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Welcome to STRATPOL

Transatlantic relations | European security | Eastern Partnership

STRATPOL - Strategic Policy Institute - is an independent think-tank established for the research of international relations and security policy. Its primary focus lies in European security, Transatlantic relations and Eastern Partnership countries.
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Transatlantic relations
Our activities zero in on NATO's strategic challenges (missions, partnerships, strategic), and regional issues related to Central European, Baltic and Black Sea security, especially after the new regional security environment created by Russian invasion to Ukraine.

European security
The program encompasses the evolving security architecture in Europe, including the NATO, European Union, as well as regional cooperation in Central Europe, as well as regions with significant influence on Europe's security (the Middle East, Russia, South Caucasus).

Eastern Partnership
Our activities in Eastern Partnership countries put the geographic focus primarily on Ukraine and Georgia. The EaP program includes conferences, seminars, education and training activities, consultancy, publications and capacity-building exercises.

About Us

STRATPOL is an independent think-tank based in Slovakia with focus on international relations and security policy. Its activities cover European security, Transatlantic relations and Eastern Partnership countries. For instance, our research, publications, and events cover the topical issues and developments in Central Europe, Ukraine, states of the South Caucasus, as well as NATO, the United States and key strategic regions. Our experts have a proven record in strategic decision-making in their respective governments, military, as well as the world of academia.

STRATPOL contributes to academic debate, shapes public opinion through the media and influences policies by formulating recommendations for foreign and security policy decision-makers.

STRATPOL has expanded on the professional basis of the Centre for European and North Atlantic Affairs, securing the continuity of the Centre’s projects and partnerships. Among our achievements are the Panorama of global security environment, a reputable peer-reviewed and indexed publication on international relations; yearly South Caucasus Security Forum, a high-level forum for exchanges of views on security developments in the neighborhood, held in Tbilisi, Georgia, and long-term projects on security sector reform and capacity building in Ukraine and Georgia, among others.