You are cordially invited to a lecture and discussion led by Prof. Alexander Cooley, Director, Harriman Institute, Columbia University
The forced landing in May 2021 of a Ryanair flight by Belorusian authorities and coerced detention of a passenger who was a dissenting journalist has spotlighted the practice of transnational repression- the targeting of political exiles and opposition figures abroad by authoritarians and their security services.
Why are these acts of transnational repression increasing in spaces like the European Union once considered absolutely safe and why has the international community failed to develop an effective response? Please join us for a conversation led by Alexander Cooley, the Claire Tow Professor of Political Science at Barnard College and Director of Columbia University’s Harriman Institute.
Kindly note that:
Masks are mandatory for guests at all times in indoor space
Guests should keep distances in indoor and outdoor areas
Also, due to Covid restrictions at Panteion University, only a limited number of guests will be allowed, and they will be chosen on a first register, first-serve basis. Should your plans change and you are unable to come, please make sure you cancel your participation through the link provided in the email you will receive upon registering. This will allow additional members to enjoy the lecture.