Workshop on Europe in an Uncertain World: Openness, Resilience and Vulnerabilities of Small States and Middle Powers

225,00 (συμπεριλαμβάνεται ο Φ.Π.Α.)

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To be held on 14-15-16 September, 2023 in Athens, Greece

The workshop is organized by the Institute of International Economic Relations (IIER) (Research Program on the Theory and Practice of International Relations) in collaboration with:

  • Neapolis University Pafos, Cyprus
  • Institute for European Studies, University of Malta
  • Department of Political Science and International Relations, University of the Peloponnese
  • Department of International and European Studies, University of Macedonia 

The workshop would like to emphasize creative and novel approaches to how theory informs and transforms practice. It welcomes scholars at all stages of their career. Some of the research questions this workshop seeks to explore include but are not limited to:

  • How small states dealt with the 2008-9 Eurozone crisis, and what lessons learned could formulate national economic and social policies and EU’s governance structures in the face of the current global uncertainty?
  • How could a policy framework on small states and middle powers be incorporated into EU’s Global Strategy and Connectivity Strategy in the digital decade in order to expand EU’s geopolitical footprint?
  • Are the tendencies of “slowbalization” and/or “newbalization” shaping new regional orders? 
  • What role for Europe´s small states and middle powers in the European Union (EU Strategic Compass) and NATO (Strategic Concept)? 
  • Could small states have a defining role in EU’s policies on dealing with inequalities and advancing a transformative industrial and technological revolution?


  • Until 1 September, 2023: 150 euros per person
  • After 1 September, 2023: 225 euros per person

The workshop will be held in the premises of IIER in Athens: 16 Panepistimiou Street, 106 72. Tel: +30 210 3620274, email: [email protected]