The Jean Monnet project “Learning by Doing: EU Standards in the Balkans” (1 September 2018 – 31 August 2019) coordinated by IRMO’s Department for International Economic and Political Relations aims to raise a level of awareness in Croatia of the EU, strengthen EU agenda in Croatia and align Croatian approach towards the Western Balkans (WBs) with that of the EU. This project fills a gap between discourse and action, between, what is recognized as European and national interests and inability (or unwillingness) to translate these interests into constructive policies.

The EU and Global Investment Governance: from CETA to a Multilateral Investment Court

On Monday 1 July 2019, the Institute for Development and International Relations (IRMO) hosted a seminar discussing CETA and Multilateral Investment Court. This seminar was the final in a year-long line of seminars, lectures, roundtables, […]

25-26.04.2019

Starting in the evening of 25 April in the House of Europe we took on the challenge to address and explore the topic – “Values at Stake: Revisiting Normative Horizons for Southeast Europe”. Starting with the […]

23.04.2019. Croatia on its way to the Euro – why, how and when?

On Tuesday 23 April 2019, a lecture and workshop were organised by the Institute for Development and International Relations (IRMO) in cooperation with the Faculty of Political Science and Dag Hammarskjöld University College of International […]

Event Announcement for 25-26.04.2019.

We invite you to join us in our exploration of the topic: “Values at Stake: Revisiting Normative Horizons for Southeast Europe”. Starting with the welcome address at 18.00 on Thursday the 25th of April in the […]

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