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Conferences - May 14, 2013

2013 Vienna Seminar: The Dangerous Nexus of Crime, Conflict, and Terrorism

On May 14-15, the IPI Vienna Seminar took place, focusing on the dangerous nexus between crime, conflict and terrorism, particularly in failing states. This 43rd session of the Vienna Seminar–which was held in the historic Marble Hall of the Austrian Ministry for European and International Affairs–was attended by over one hundred participants from around the world, 

 

Panel Discussions - June 20, 2012

Vienna IPI Meeting on Strategic Forecasting: Process and Policy

The world is changing at an unprecedented pace. It is hard enough to keep track of the events of the day, let alone to think about the challenges of tomorrow. But while it is not possible to predict the future, it is possible to prepare for it. Strategic forecasting enables policy makers to have a better sense of what may be over the horizon, and therefore be better equipped to prevent and response to events. 

 

Conferences - May 23, 2012

The Impact of the Uprisings: IPI Vienna Seminar 2012

This year’s IPI Vienna Seminar, which took place on May 23-24th, focused on “The Uprisings: The Future of North Africa and the Middle East.”  

 

Conferences - May 23, 2011

2011 Vienna Seminar on Coping with Crisis in Europe and Central Asia

The 41st session of the IPI Vienna Seminar has just been held at the Austrian Diplomatic Academy, focusing on the subject, Coping with Crisis in Europe and Central Asia: Adapting to New Threats and Challenges.  

 

Panel Discussions - April 03, 2011

First IPI Vienna Workshop on OSCE Issues

A workshop at IPI's Vienna office on April 3rd focused on confidence-building measures (CBMs) and how they have been used to reduce tensions and build trust between parties in several conflict situations throughout the world. It also briefly reflected on experience with CBMs in the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) area.