On December 13, our Strategic Analysis Think Tank team organized a roundtable discussion, where we presented two analytical studies on the strategic and security focus of the foreign and security policy of the Slovak Republic in the Western Balkans region and Eastern partnership countries.
From the 27th of November until the 01st of December, 2023, the team of Strategic Analysis Think Tank, in cooperation with the Populus Rei, co-organized the series of two three-day training sessions focused on the development of agrotourism, green tourism, organic and bio-product production, local branding, regional cooperation, and cooperatives, for young farmers, representatives of regional and local self-governments, CSO and NGO representatives, local SMEs and micro-entrepreneurs. The training session focused on ABL (Administrative Boundary Line) communities.
On November 26, 2023, a team of Strategic Analysis Think Tank, in cooperation with the Information Center on NATO and the EU, Georgia, organized an Advocacy event to promote Feasibility studies for the ABL Communities.
The aim of the project is to better understand the challenge of hybrid threats in the Western Balkans region for representatives of the foreign policy and security expert community in Slovakia by analyzing the current situation, conditions, instruments, actors and relationships directly in the target region through a whole-of-society approach.
The project aims to mitigate deepening media polarization in support of voters’ informed decision-making in Georgia and V4 states by assessing internal and external political factors that stimulate polarization after the start of the war in Ukraine, as well as by promoting dialogue and experience exchange between media and civil society of Georgia and V4 States.
The team of Strategic Analysis supports The Armenian Institute of International and Security Affairs in the implementation of the project “Development of Strategic Communication Skills: Lessons from Visegrad Four's Experience”, supported by the International Visegrad Fund.The project is aimed at developing and introducing a course on strategic communication and hybrid threats for Armenian public servants and representatives of civil society organizations.