“Security in Europe: Asymmetries, Threat Character and Power projections” [in Greek] – 23rd of October 2020
The EU Security Watch Spot, part of the Jean Monnet Project “Enhancing the Debate about Intercultural Dialogue, EU Values and Diversity”, of the Department of International and European Studies of the University of Macedonia organizes its first Event.
The title of the Event is “Contemporary issues of security in the European environment, Revision, Identities, Asymmetric threats and power relations” and will take place via the zoom platform on Friday 23/10/2020 at 17:00-19:30.
The main guest speaker of the event is Mr. Konstantinos Lambropoulos, Senior Strategic Analyst and Partner of the Geneva Center for Security Studies. The topic of his speech is “Security in Europe: Asymmetries, Threat Character and Power projections”.
A round table discussion with their participants will follow:
Security issues in our wider area
George Spyropoulos, Professor, Department of International and European Studies, University of Macedonia
Security and power relations in the Eastern Mediterranean
Spyridon Litsas, Professor, Department of International and European Studies, University of Macedonia
The security of small states in Europe
Revecca Pedi, Assistant Professor, Department of International and European Studies, University of Macedonia
Is European Security the victim of an evolving revisionism?
FotiniBellou, Assistant Professor, Department of International and European Studies, University of Macedonia, UNESCO Chair “Women, Peace and Security”, Head of the EU Security Watch Spot of the Jean Monnet Project
The discussion will be moderated by the Head of the EU Security Watch Spot, MsFotiniBellou.
Participants will be given certificates of attendance signed by the Head of the EU Security Watch Spot MsFotiniBellou and the Academic Coordinator of the Jean Monnet Project MsDespoinaAnagnostopoulou.
The link for access to the lecture is:
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