Senada Šelo Šabić, a research associate in the Department of International Economic and International Relations, on Monday 3rd March 2014 gave a public lecture “Croatian Foreign Policy after EU Accession” at the Central European University in Budapest upon the invitation from the Center for EU Enlargement Studies.

Šelo Šabić briefly described the development of the Croatian foreign policy since independence, and then focused on three areas of foreign policy making that can be broadly defined as normative, economic and geographic. These areas certainly do not exhaust all foreign policy making, but development cooperation, economic diplomacy and politics towards neighbors, as examples of each of the areas, are high on the list of foreign policy priorities of Croatia today.

The audience was mixed and the lecture was followed by an interesting discussion.


For more information on the lecture please follow this link.

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