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Workshop: National case studies from the Czech Republic and Lithuania on Russian influence and counter-measures

On June 18 afternoon (13:00 – 17:00) European Values Think-Tank will organize workshops for Georgian journalists and analysts from non-governmental organizations.

The workshops will present case studies from Czech Republic and Lithuania on Russian influence operations and lessons learned from NATO countries.

The event will be held under Chatham House Rule, working language is English, no interpreting.

Venue of this event is Embassy of the Czech Republic in Tbilisi.

Georgian journalists and NGO analysts are welcome to register to receive further information via email:

Fellowships and Internships for Foreign Experts and Students

In our international team, we welcome foreign students and experts to exchange experience and work on joint projects. In 2018, we had our colleagues in/from 8 foreign countries on/from 4 continents.

Below, see some examples of framework cooperation which we are proud to have:

  •  The University of Toronto, Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy – foreign internship placements for their students
  • The University of Glasgow – foreign internship placements for their students (long-term cooperation set, no students yet)
  • Besides that, we regularly hire interns for our online Kremlin Watch internships from well-known universities such as Sciences Po, University of Oxford, Georgetown University etc.

 

For more information, please contact:

Klára Veverka

Deputy Director for Operations

veverka@evropskehodnoty.cz

The Significance and Modalities of Deterrence: The Current Military & Strategic Situation in the Baltics

European Values Think-Tank presents a new report by the Security Strategies Program Head, Martin Svárovský. The text is reflecting the need for deterrent and reassuring measures in the form of the European Reassurance Initiative / European Deterrence Initiative along with the Enhanced Forward Presence and their further reinforcement, especially in the Baltics. PDF available here.

Roundtable with Jessikka Aro

Time: Thursday, May 2rd, 15:00 – 16:30

Venue: Office of the European Values Think-Tank, Na Baště sv. Jiří 11, Prague 6, Subway station Hradčanská

Profile: Jessikka Aro is an investigative journalist with the Finnish Public Broadcasting Company’s cross-media product Yle Kioski. Aro specialises in research into Russia, extremism and information war. She won the Bonnier Journalism Prize in 2016 for her research about pro-Russia trolls in Finland. At the moment she is investigating and writing a book on how Russia-connected activists troll, hack and stalk civilians internationally.

Registration:

 

Workshop on understanding Russian and Chinese influence operations

On May 6 afternoon (13:00 – 17:00) European Values Think-Tank will organize workshops for Georgian journalists and analysts from non-governmental organizations.

The workshops will focus on understanding objectives and influence toolkits of Russia and China and lessons learnt from countering this threat in Central Europe.

The event will be held under Chatham House Rule, working language is English, no interpreting.

Venue of this event will be in Tbilisi and confirmed participants will be notified before the event.

Georgian journalists and NGO analysts are welcome to register to receive further information via email:

Confronting hostile foreign influence against European democracies

The Lithuanian Embassy in Berlin and European Values Think-Tank would like to invite you to an evening debate on Confronting hostile foreign influence against European democracies.

Time: April 4, 18:00

Venue: Lithuanian Embassy in Berlin, Charitéstraße 9, 10117 Berlin

Speakers:

  • Andrex Foxall, Director of Russia Program, Henry Jackson Society, based in London
  • Jakub Janda, Director, European Values Think-Tank, based in Prague
  • Mareike Ohlberg, Fellow, MERICS, based in Berlin
  • Martin Hála, Director, Sinopsis, based in Prague

Please, register here:

 

 

Martin Svárovský – Polish

Kierownikiem nowego Programu Strategii Bezpieczeństwa został Martin Svárovský. Celem programu w ramach think-tanku European Values jest stymulacja dyskusji strategicznej poświęconej zmianom środowiska politycznego oraz kwestiom wzmacniana bezpieczeństwa regionu flanku wschodniego NATO. Miedzi głównymi tematami nowego programu są stosunki transatlantyckie oraz Czesko-Polskie. Číst dále

Senior diplomat Martin Svárovský is joining European Values Think-Tank to lead its new Security Strategies Program

The team of the European Values Think-Tank has been strengthened by Mr. Martin Svárovský who was for 19 years serving at the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs as Deputy Director of the Central European Department, Deputy Director of the Policy Planning Staff and Deputy Ambassador of the Czech Republic to Warsaw and Budapest. Martin will be heading the new Security Strategies Program of the European Values Think-Tank focusing mainly on security interests of the Czech Republic in the context of Trans-Atlantic Alliance, relations with Poland and increasingly aggressive behavior of Russia and China. Číst dále

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