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EPN organizes guest lecture with Amanda Paul to discuss the crises in the world

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At the 23rd edition of Breakfast Talks, EPN members had the chance to discuss the recent political developments and crisis in the world with an expert on the area, Policy Analyst and Journalist Amanda Paul.

At the 23rd edition of Breakfast Talks, EPN members had the chance to discuss the recent political developments and crisis in the world with an expert on the area, Policy Analyst and Journalist Amanda Paul. Following an open-buffet breakfast accompanied by a friendly environment, the journalist began her talk on the ongoing crisis in Russia, Ukraine, Middle East and the impacts of these crisis on Europe. According to Paul, at a time when ISID is defined as the biggest threat that the world has ever confronted in recent years, the threat posed by Russia should not be underestimated. While Russia has increased its military expenses and deployed weapons a great deal in recent years, the West has not yet responded to this threat sufficiently, the analyst underlined. She further noted that if the West wants to stop Russia, it should fill the power vacuums in the region before Russia does. Also touching on the Syrian and ISID crisis, Paul said ISID is a big threat for all communities whether you are Muslim, Christian or Hindu. The talk ended after the intense question-answer part.

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