'The COVID-19 Pandemic and the Liberal International Order: A view from Europe'

‘The COVID-19 pandemic has largely served to accelerate global trends that were already in evidence before it broke out in early 2020, in a world that was increasingly dominated by the “return of history”, growing great power rivalry, and the erosion of the so-called liberal international order (LIO)’.

'The New NATO Strategic Concept'

The online event organized by LSE IDEAS, New Strategy Center Romania, Elcano Royal Institute, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI) on 6 December addressed the implications of a new Strategic Concept of NATO, against a challenging backdrop.

'How Can the EU Act on Its Own in Foreign Affairs? Prospects for Open Strategic Autonomy'

Roundtable 'The European Union’s next enlargement: prospects and pitfalls'

In the context of the Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the EU, the purpose of this event was to discuss the prospect of the Balkan countries to join the EU. This event included the participation of government officials who are responsible for the European integration policy of Spain, Slovenia and several candidate countries, as well as academic experts in the field.

Mesa redonda 'España, Países Bajos, y el futuro de Europa'

Este acto incluye una presentación por parte de los responsables gubernamentales encargados de la política de la UE en España y Países Bajos. En concreto, se abordó el objetivo de la autonomía estratégica y las prioridades de ambos países en la Conferencia sobre el Futuro de Europa. Fue seguido de un debate con un grupo de representantes de la academia y sociedad civil española y neerlandesa, así como preguntas y respuestas con el público.

Debate online: ‘Rupturas europeas. Dos ejemplos históricos contemporáneos’

El 28 de octubre de 2021, la Fundación Ramón Areces organizó una conversación online con el lema ‘Rupturas europeas. Dos ejemplos históricos contemporáneos’. Intervinieron Charles Powell, director del Real Instituto Elcano; Mercedes Cabrera, catedrática de Historia del Pensamiento y de los Movimientos Sociales y Políticos en la Universidad Complutense de Madrid; y Pablo Martín-Aceña, catedrático de Historia e Instituciones Económicas en la Universidad de Alcalá de Henares.

Virtual Roundtable 'Geostrategic implications of a Taliban government in Afghanistan'

The return to power of the Taliban in Afghanistan has significant immediate and long-term geostrategic implications at the regional and international level, especially in terms of security and stability.

Charles Powell at the Black Sea and Balkans Security Forum 2021

Think Tank Talent for the Future Forum

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