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Funding institution

IBEI - INSTITUT BARCELONA D'ESTUDIS INTERNACIONALS

Ramon Trias Fargas 25-27 08005 Barcelona

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What is VISIONS? Visions and practices of geopolitics in the European Union and its neighborhood (VISIONS) is a research project which is designed to investigate the current rapidly changing geopolitical landscape of the EU and its near neighborhood and analyze its consequences. 

 

We are interested to know how geopolitics may contribute to the empowerment of determined social actors or, conversely, the disempowerment, marginalization or securitization of other social groups such as women, migrants or ethno-linguistic minorities.

Latest News

Aitor Bonsoms joins Project VISIONS

27 January 2020

Aitor Bonsoms has joined Project VISIONS. Aitor is a PhD candidate at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, under the supervision of Dr. Elisabeth Johansson-Nogués.

 

 

VISIONS panel accepted at the seventh edition of EUIA Conference

22 January 2020

A VISIONS panel on “Visions and practices of a geopolitical EU” has been accepted at the seventh edition of European Union in International Affairs (EUIA) Conference, to be held in Brussels, 27-29 May 2020.

New VISIONS publication on “Populist challenges to EU foreign policy in the Southern Neighbourhood”

8 January 2020

 

VISIONS member Adrià Rivera Escartin (IBEI) published an article in the Journal of European Public Policy on “Populist challenges to EU foreign policy in the Southern Neighbourhood: an informal and illiberal Europeanisation?”.

VISIONS researcher Elisabeth Johansson-Nogués discusses EU's geopolitical outlook at Jawaharlal Nehru University

7 November 2019

VISIONS researcher Elisabeth Johansson-Nogués discusses EU's geopolitical outlook with participants in a roundtable on EU-India Strategic Partnership: Trends and Possibilities.

 

Peter Seeberg gives a lecture at IEMed, Barcelona

7 November 2019

 

Peter Seeberg gave a lecture at IEMed, Barcelona on “Security challenges and authoritarian resilience in the Mediterranean Levant in a regional and international perspective” with a focus on the Jordanian case.