Conflict or Cooperation: Security Challenges in EuropeSummer Course

Conflict or Cooperation: Security Challenges in Europe
Major Discipline(s)
International Relations, Political Science, Government
Location: Copenhagen
Session 3

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022 marked a new turning point for the EU. This course seeks to grasp the new security developments in Europe, focusing on the Baltic Sea Region states, and especially on the Nordics (Denmark, Finland, Sweden) and the Baltics (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania). It aims at explaining their concerns and picturing implications that Russia’s aggressive foreign policy has on their domestic and foreign policies, both on strictly regional and wider international level (EU, NATO).

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Milosz Jeromin Cordes

DIS Summer Faculty

PhD (Cultural Studies, SWPS University, Warsaw 2017), MA (East-European Cultural Studies, University of Warsaw 2012), MA (International Relations, University of Warsaw & St. Petersburg State University, 2012), BA (History, University of Warsaw 2011), BA (International Relations, University of Warsaw 2010). Research Fellow at the Danish Foreign Policy Society (2021), Post-Doc Researcher at Lund University (2021). Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellow (2006). Vice-Consul at Poland's Consulate General in Kaliningrad (2018-2021), Second Secretary at Poland's Permanent Representation to the European Union (2016-2018), Second Secretary & Specialist at Poland's Ministry of Foreign Affairs' (2012-2016). With DIS since 2021.