At the round table that was held on 15th October 2015 in hotel Dubrovnik, named“Future Foreign Policy Challenges of the EU – Geostrategy”, the representatives of the academia, state administration, non-governmental sector, international organisations, diplomatic community and media debated about geostrategic aspect of the EU’s foreign policy challenges in the forthcoming period.
There were two panel discussions that touched upon many topics. The first panel discussion included current issues of migration and geo-strategic importance of the EU, as well as the position and experience of the EU and the Islamic Community in Croatia, against the radicalization of Islam. Another discussion dealt with the issue of geo-strategic importance of Turkey, positioning the EU in the contemporary world, and the impact of economic problems within the EU on Common Foreign Security Policy.
Discussions have yielded a number of conclusions and answers that will be included in a policy paper.