International Conference ‘Instrumentalizing the Recent Past in Foreign Policy – The Legitimization of External Intervention in the Former Soviet Space’, Bucharest, Romania

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Nadia Bureiko, researcher of Quadrivium, spoke at the panel on side effects of the Ukrainian crisis in South East Europe at the International Conference ‘Instrumentalizing the Recent Past in Foreign Policy – The Legitimization of External Intervention in the Former Soviet Space’ in Bucharest, Romania.

In October 20-21 the International Conference ‘Instrumentalizing the Recent Past in Foreign Policy – The Legitimization of External Intervention in the Former Soviet Space’ was organized by Department of International Relations and European Integration at the National University of Political Studies and Public Administration (SNSPA) in Bucharest, Romania.

The conference focused on the analysis of the current events in Eastern Europe with the aim to more precisely evaluate the topicality of the lessons learned from the Yugoslav secession wars and external intervention, as well as their use and possible misuse in the context of Russian resurgence in the former Soviet space.

Nadia Bureiko, researcher of Quadrivium, spoke at the panel on side effects of the Ukrainian crisis in South East Europe.


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