SEMINAR 1: "The EU, China and the Western Balkans: The challenges and prospects of further integration" will be held on May 27 at 11 am at EU Info Center in Podgorica, Montenegro. 

The seminar will be organized by the Faculty of Economics, Univerity of Montenegro, and will be modereted by project coordinator, professor Danijela Jaćimović. 

You can find the final agenda HERE.

TEPSA created and shared a new YouTube talk-show about Europe: “EuropeChats”. In this show, TEPSA aims to answer the public’s questions about the European Union in a new and engaging way. TEPSA Secretary - General Jim Cloos sits down every episode to tackle a pertinent issue with TEPSA Executive Director Mariam Khotenashvili.

A new set of online guest lectures will continue at the University of Montenegro. Faculty of Economics will host professor Jing Men from The College of Europe / Dalian University of Technology. The lecture titled "The nature of EU-China relations" will be held on May 4, at 5pm for the students enrolled in a Master program and course Globalization and Economic Policy.

SEMINAR 1: "The EU, China and the Western Balkans: The challenges and prospects of further integration"

Speakers: Frank Schimmelfennig, Michael Kaeding, Jing Men, Kong Tianping, Tanja Miščević and Nikola Milović.

The smemar will be organized by the Faculty of Economics of the Univerity of Montenegro, modereted by Danijela Jaćimović. 

Venue: EU info Centre, 27 May at 11 am

An article, written by Maja Lalić Burzanović from portal RTCG, was awarded as the best newspaper article about the accession procces of Montenegro to the European Union. 

The call for articles was published by the General Secretariat of the Government - Sector for Informing Citizens about the EU and the EU Accession Process, within the EU4ME project funded by the European Union. 

Contributions to the article were given by EU ambassador Oana Cristina...

Professor Danijela Jacimovic, project leader, presented the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence project during the networking event of the Data Analytics Research Team (DART), organized by Bentley University (Massachusetts, USA) on April 6 at 2.30pm.

As DART Affiliated Scholar, professor Jacimovic explained the importance of the project for partnering organizations, and pointed out the main goals and activities which will be carried out during the following three years.

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