International law, Diplomacy and International organizations

Globalization has changed the paradigm of international relations. Classical mechanisms of public international law, seemed inadequate to keep pace with the changes generated by the new configuration within the international community. However, the backbone of international cooperation, regardless of the effects of globalization, is still the legal classification and codification of rights and obligations of international actors, balance maintained by regulations of contemporary international law. In this framework, the Centre will focus on some research topics that relate to local and regional specificities:
  • Black Sea Synergy;
  • Human rights and refugee protection;
  • Transverse aspects : Strategic affairs, Energy, Space, Migrations and Citizenship.