Tuesday, 16 March, 16h15 – 17h30 CET via Zoom
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The broader Black Sea region is the scene of increasing tensions amid renewed great power competition and conflicting geopolitical and geo-economic interests. The rise of China and its solidifying regional footprint requires a better understanding of how this influence is capitalized at a national and regional level, what type of challenges it creates for respective countries, and what choices decision-makers have at their disposal in this new complex and complicated geopolitical setting.
Dimitar Lilkov – Research Officer, The Wilfried Martens Centre for European Studies
Marcin Kaczmarski – Lecturer in Security Studies, University of Glasgow
Tena Prelec – Research Associate at LSEE-Research on South-Eastern Europe, London School of Economics
Moderated by Alexandra Martin – Head of Brussels Office, GLOBSEC