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Presentation of the book “Belarusian Foreign Policy: 360°”

The new book "Belarusian Foreign Policy: 360°" was presented yesterday on May 31 st, 2017. In the new collection of articles the Centre for East European Policy Studies, together with the authors of the book- researchers from Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Russia and Ukraine reflect on the dinamics of Belarusian foreign relations

Presentation of the book “The War in Syria: Lessons for the West”

On October 29, from presentation of the collection of articles “The War in Syria: Lessons for the West”, issued by the Centre for East European Policy Studies (CEEPS) was held in the National Library of Latvia within Riga Conference. The new book was presented by its co-editors – the CEEPS’s Executive director Andis Kudors, Member of the European Parliament Artis Pabriks and two of the book’s authors – media expert Liz Wahl and professor Julian Lindley-French under the guidance of the moderator, CEEPS’s researcher, who is also a co-author of the book, Māris Cepurītis.

Seminar „The Role of NGOs and Media in Hybrid Warfare. Ukrainian Experience Two Years after Russian Invasion”

Seminar „The Role of NGOs and Media in Hybrid Warfare. Ukrainian Experience Two Years after Russ their narration about the hybrid threats and attacks faced by their country as the result of Russia’s aggression and explained the significance of the impact of the media and NGOs and the process how the media and NGOs become a part of hybrid war.

Presentation of the collection of articles “Fortress Russia: Political, Economic, and Security Development in Russia Following the Annexation of Crimea and its Consequences for the Baltic States”

The presentation of the collection of articles “Fortress Russia: Political, Economic, and Security Development in Russia Following the Annexation of Crimea and its Consequences for the Baltic States” was held on February 25, 2016. This collection of articles deals with political and economic processes in Russia from the annexation of Crimea until late 2015. The book is subdivided into four parts: Ideology, Politics, Economy and Security. Authors of the book are researchers from Baltic States and Russia. 

Presentation of the report "Hiding in Plain Sight: Putin’s War in Ukraine"

The presentation and discussion on the report "Hiding in Plain Sight: Putin’s War in Ukraine" was held on June 17th, 2015 at The Latvian War Museum. The publisher of this report is the international think-tank Atlantic Council. The event was organized by the Centre for East European Policy Studies in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia and Embassy of the United States of America in the Republic of Latvia.

Presentation of the collection of articles "The War in Ukraine: Lessons for Europe"

The new collection of articles "The War in Ukraine: Lessons for Europe", publicized by the Centre for East European Policy Studies was presented on May 15, 2015. The group of authors of the book includes researchers from Latvia, the United Kingdom, Finland, Ukraine and Russia.

Presentation of the research "Russian Public Diplomacy in Latvia: the Mass Media and Non-Governmental Sector"

The research "Russian Public Diplomacy in Latvia: the Mass Media and Non-Governmental Sector" was presented by the Centre for East European Policy Studies on September 25, 2014.

Presentation of the research “Russia’s Information Campaign against Ukraine: from Vilnius Summit to Crimean Referendum”

On June 17, a research “Russia’s Information Campaign against Ukraine: from Vilnius Summit to Crimean Referendum” was presented. The research was carried out by Andis Kudors and Maris Cepuritis, the researchers of Centre for East European Policy Studies and Martins Kaprans, PhD in communication science. The study was commissioned by the NATO StartCom Centre of Excellence.

Presentation of the research "The Economic Presence of Russia and Belarus in the Baltic States: Risks and Opportunities"

On November 30, 2012 Latvian Institute of International Affairs and Centre for East European Policy Studies, together with researchers from Lithuania, Estonia and Russia, presented their research "The Economic Presence of Russia and Belarus in the Baltic States: Risks and Opportunities".