Closed Seminar: The Energy Conundrum
Energy politics are caught between growing demand, the requirements of transformation, business and national interests as well as the limits of available
Upcoming Closed Seminar: The Energy Conundrum
The combined and conflicting effects of global warming, the war in Ukraine and the Covid-driven rearrangement of international trade patterns puts national
Armenian and Azerbaijani Politicians on Meeting in Vienna
We asked the participants of our conference on the Karabakh Conflict on their impressions of the meeting.
We Convened High-Level Talks on the Karabakh Conflict
As announced earlier on, the political dialogue between high-ranking politicians representing various Armenian and Azerbaijani parties continued under the auspices of ICEUR-Vienna.
“Lukachenko’s Men would turn on him” – Franak Viacorka on the War in Ukraine
Franak Viačorka is Belarusian politician and journalist. He is president of the Digital Communication Network and nonresident fellow at the Atlantic Council's
“Russia profits from Nordstream leaks” – Energy Expert Mikhail Krutikhin on Nordstream Leaks
We asked Energy Expert Mikhail Krutikhin for his perspective on the leaks in the Nordstream 1 and 2 pipelines.