Lecturer, Coordinator of Centre of Contemporary Central Asian Studies
CEO, Mithra Associates LLC, Former Chief of Staff of President Karzai
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Latvia
Anchor and Correspondent, BBC
associate professor and director of the Institute of International Relations and Political Science at Vilnius University
Since the European Union reached a migration deal with Turkey in 2016, the gates for Syrian refugees in Turkey who wish to seek a safe haven in Europe have been closed. Today’s approximately 3.7 million Syrians in Turkey live in limbo.
In the next few months Finland and Sweden will likely become the 31st and 32nd members of NATO. What kind of Allies will they be, and what will this mean for the security of the Nordic-Baltic region?