COMING UP IN 2020

WHAT TO EXPECT FROM EUROPEAN POLITICS IN 2020

Source: The Spectator

1. Brexit – or at least a ‘beta version’ of it – will happen

THE WORLD IN 2020: WHAT TO EXPECT?

.Source: The Sydney Morning Herald

SUBVERTING THE ART OF DIPLOMACY

Author: Selman Özdan

Bullshit and lies can undermine the art of diplomacy, putting in peril the relationships between states and the role of diplomats in honestly and frankly conveying information to their governments.

POLISH FOREIGN POLICY STRATEGY

1. Alliances

Tasks:

THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS IN BUSINESS STRATEGY

The potential business impact from government and regulatory intervention is significant. Depending on the industry, it can account for between 30-50 percent of a company’s EBITDA (earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortization).

THE ART OF DIPLOMACY

Author: Selman Özdan 

CROATIAN PRESIDENCY OF THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

On January 1st 2020, Croatia will take over the rotating Presidency of the Council of the EU for the first time. For six months Croatia will be the main driving force for the tasks on the agenda of the Union.

Croatia prepared its six-month presidency program based on four priorities under the motto "Strong Europe in a World of Challenges", taking into consideration the Council's EU Strategic Agenda for 2019-2024 and the programme of the new European Commission.

STOPPING THE HORRIFYING RESURGENCE OF ANTI-SEMITISM

Author: Moshe Kantor is president of the European Jewish Congress and the World Holocaust Forum Foundation

GOVERNMENT RELATIONS/PUBLIC POLICY/ADVOCACY FOR ASSOCIATIONS

Associations engage in government relations, public policy, and advocacy activities for a variety of reasons. These activities can enable an association to:

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