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The Eastern Europe Studies Centre unveils the President V. Adamkus Conference Hall

The Eastern Europe Studies Centre’s (EESC) conference hall was granted the title of the President Valdas Adamkus Conference Hall on Thursday. “This...

Janeliūnas to lead Eastern Europe Studies Centre research programs

Professor Tomas Janeliūnas has been appointed as a head of Eastern Europe Studies Centre (EESC) research programs. Janeliūnas, a lecturer at the Vilnius University Institute of International Relations and Political Science, will contribute to the most important EESC...

British analyst Edward Lucas to join the Eastern Europe Studies Centre

The EESC is pleased to announce that the security expert Edward Lucas is to join as a non-resident advisor. Lucas is a Senior Fellow at the US-based Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA). “The advice and knowledge offered by such an experienced expert will serve...

Analytical study
“Resilient Media: Challenges and Opportunities in the Democratisation Process”
(January 2021)

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Analytical study
“Sino-Lithuanian Relations in 2020: Shedding the Masks?”
(November 2020)

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Analytical study
“Non-Traditional Threats and NATO. A look toward an expanded role for the NATO alliance”
(December 2020)

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Analytical study
“Lithuanian Parliamentary Elections 2020: Notable Narratives”
(December 2020)

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Fact Sheet
“Voices of Central and Eastern Europe”
(October 2020)

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Fact Sheet
“Voices of Central and Eastern Europe
Lithuania country report

(October 2020)

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Analytical publication
“The Protests in Belarus: Insights From Minsk and the Western View”
(August 2020)

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Analytical Study
“A. Lukashenko’s Regime and Public Resistance: Scenarios for Short-Term Events in Belarus”
(September 2020)

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Analytical Study
“The Dragon and the Knight: China’s Growing Presence in Lithuania”
(February 2020)

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Summary of a High-Level Webinar
“The Struggle for COVID-19 Narratives – Implications for European Security”
(May 2020)

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Analytical study
“Research on the Assessment of the Geopolitical Situation and Perception of Threats”
(July 2020)

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Belarus: What’s Next?

Belarus: What’s Next?

Eastern Europe Studies Centre held the virtual discussion Belarus: What’s Next? During its course, the participants discussed the situation in Belarus and shared insights on potential future scenarios. The speakers included: Gabrielius Landsbergis, Minister of Foreign...

Nordic security conference “The Arctic – What’s at stake?”

Nordic security conference “The Arctic – What’s at stake?”

The Nordic embassies and Nordic Council of Ministers in Vilnius together with Vytautas Magnus University (VMU) and Lithuanian think-tank the Eastern Europe Studies Centre invites you to the virtual Nordic security conference “The Arctic – what’s at stake?” on 19 March...

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