Within the International Conference of the Romanian Centre for Russian Studies of the University of Bucharest, a Round Table was held, organised in partnership with the Institute for the Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe of Vienna, which is celebrating 70 years since its founding this year.
The debate moderated by Sebastian Schäffer, the director of the Institute for the Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe, focused on issues relating to the enlargment and integration of the EU, the conditions of good neighbourhood, the evolution of democracy and multilateralism, all within the larger context of the Russian aggression against Ukraine.
The following participated in this debate: professors Mihai Răzvan Ungureanu, Radu Carp and Armand Gosu from the University of Bucharest, Iver Neumann, the director of the Fritdjof Nansen Institute of Oslo – partner and financer of the Romanian Centre for Russian Studies -, and professor Aleksander Etkind from the Central European University of Vienna.
“De ce regresează România cultural?” by Cristian Ștefănescu, interview with Mihai Răzvan Ungureanu (Romania)
“Ce s-ar întâmpla dacă SUA și-ar retrage trupele din România?” by Cristian Ștefănescu, interview with Stefan Meister (Germany)