Strategikon strives to act as a catalyst for new solutions and policies in matters concerning the challenges of EU reforms and two/ multiple speed Europe, the main social issues affecting or enabling East-West Perspectives on Integration, as well as the reforms in the wider Black Sea Region.
Strategikon is a knowledge hub, informing people who share a passion for our fields of work, fostering dialogue between decision makers and academia, and offering leadership and policy guidelines to stakeholders, in the fields of International Security, European Union Affairs, and Good Governance.
We undertake to find remedial actions to minimize and where possible to eliminate the danger of failed or failing governance. We provide leadership guideline, we compile best practices worldwide and we strive to understand what ten years of EU membership have meant for Romania, as well as the path forward. We look into country projects and visions.
Our priorities are cybersecurity, crisis management, and the geo-strategic trends shaping the international security environment. We also look at Counterpropaganda as a tool in the geopolitical arena. We strive to be the honest broker at the crossroads of national and international civil–military cooperation efforts and be resolute in our support of national and transnational cooperation for the promotion of peace, security, and prosperity.
Latest blog articles
Geuropa and European Parliament with 300 members | By Corneliu Visoianu
April 13th, 2017
President Trump’s defense budget won’t do the job | By Harlan K. Ullman
April 10th, 2017
Donald Trump’s double hat trick damages U.S. at home and abroad | By Harlan K. Ullman
March 30th, 2017
The 2017 edition of the Strategikon Annual Book – The Year of Challenging Choices
It’s not easy to be a leader, but the solution is closer than people may think and it has to do with returning to some good old fashioned traits that shaped leaders in past decades: will power, values and vision. Launched at the Good Governance Summit, The Year of Challenging Choices strives to understand the fault lines in international relations and the relevant actors, as they are and not how they appear to be.Download book