The second season of Velina's Talk was launched on September 17. The first digital talk was on Afghanistan with Hizbullah Khan, who is a journalist and a political analyst based in the country. Spotify LINK Apple LINK Google LINK Anchor LINK
Not surprisingly, Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States have decided to deepen diplomatic, security and defence cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region, including through cooperation with partners, i.e. likely Japan and India in the near future. The announcement to support mutual security and defence interests and promote more intensive information and technology sharing, building on the long-standing bilateral relationship, must be seen in the context of an inte
I attended the Three Seas Initiative Generation Freedom Conference in Warsaw & will be giving a speech on the 3SI Future Scenarios 2050. With the Undersecretary of State Pawel Jablonski at the Three Seas Initiative Generation Free Conference in Warsaw. I gave a speech on the #Threeseasinitiative as a geopolitical approach and Austria’s role at the #GenFree conference.
My comments for CNN. "The fact that the US is willing to spend more political capital and invest in security and defense ties with the UK and Australia before reaching out to EU powers is quite revealing," said Velina Tchakarova, director of the Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy. She added that despite many positive developments in understanding the importance of this region, "it is obvious that the EU must first become a security actor in the Indo-Pacific i
Bled Strategic Forum The Indo-Pacific has emerged as the new grounds for international cooperation in the 21st century. Given the rapidly evolving balance of power in the region, the necessity for like-minded nations to cooperate to provide an effective counterbalance has increased. As these powers navigate different crises related to the ongoing pandemic, trade, connectivity, climate change, security, and data, the Indo-Pacific provides an opportunity for their interests to
Donnerstag, 09. September 2021, 19 Uhr, in den Räumlichkeiten der ÖAG (Clubraum) sowie per Zoom zum Thema „20 Jahre 9/11 – Geopolitik von New York nach Afghanistan“ Am Podium begrüßen wir: GenMjr Mag. Dr. Johann Frank, MAS, Institutsleiter für Friedenssicherung und Konfliktmanagement (IFK) der Landesverteidigungsakademie Prof. Dr. Michael Roither, MBA, Vizerektor für Internationales, Fachhochschule Burgenland, Leiter des Masterstudiengangs Digitale Medien und Kommunikation Ve