On the 23rd of October, the 5th China-Central and Eastern Europe Countries 17+1 High-Level Tourism Forum took place in Riga, Latvia.
Insight into public discussion: Insight into public discussion: ‘The Scandinavian Direction in Transcontinental Connectivity: The Role of Latvia’
On June 20, in the framework of New Silk Road Programme…
India and the EU are currently redefining their roles as actors within the International relations. Amidst recent developments and challenges …11 June, 2019
The European Union (EU) and China established formal diplomatic ties in 1975 with the aim of facilitating cooperation in the areas of ‘peace, prosperity…05 June, 2019
China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is often seen as a rival to the European Union’s (EU) take on connectivity. This has to do…09 June, 2019
The 16 +1 Summit provides an opportunity for the increased cooperation of China with the CEEC, in sectors such as trade, infrastructure, and tourism.April 2019
The Latvian Institute of International Affairs invites you to to the public discussion: “The Scandinavian Direction in Transcontinental Connectivity: The Role of Latvia”…07 June, 2019
Andris Spruds, the Director of LIIA together with a researcher at LIIA Sintija Broka, was attending the two-day international seminar on “Baltic Nationalism..November 2018
The European Union (EU) has committed itself to promote human rights, democracy and the rule of law. On the eve of the 70th anniversary of the signing…December 2018
Experiences with Chinese investment in the Western Balkans and the post-Soviet space: Lessons for Central Europe?
Una Aleksandra Bērziņa-Čerenkova, head of the New Silk Road programme at the Latvian Institute for International Affairs participated in..
From 26 – 28 of May, LIIA participated in Shanghai Forum 2018. During these days, in a framework of New Silk Road programme LIIA signed a mem…May 2018