Cezara Grama

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Cezara Grama has been working with EFOR since 2014 on projects focusing anti-corruption and rule of law, judiciary reform, as well as electoral law and public administration. Most recently, she has been involved in a project focusing on best practices exchange between Romania and neighbouring countries (Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine) on anti-corruption and judiciary reform.

She graduated from Law School at the University of Bucharest in 2013 and holds a Masters Degree in International Public Law.

Kremlin’s Energy Policy as a Channel of Influence. A comparative assessment.

Case studies from Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, Romania and Hungary   The EU has been increasingly caught up in its own internal struggles over the past years – migration, populism, Brexit – and is facing fundamental challenges to its core principles and values from problematic member states such as Poland, Hungary or Romania. Russia stands only ···

REPORT. War by other means. Kremlin’s Energy Policy as a Channel of Influence

April 11 2019, 16.00 Location: Permanent Representation of the Czech Republic to the EU (Rue Caroly 15, 1050 Brussels)    The report WAR BY OTHER MEANS. Kremlin’s Energy Policy as a Channel of Influence. A comparative assessment will be launched in Brussels on the 11th of April 2019 at the at 16.30 at the Permanent Representation of the ···

Kennedy Academy for Students 2018

  Expert Forum has joined  the American Councils for International Education in Romania to bring you  Kennedy Academy for Students, a program which seeks to empower 20 young Romanian student NGO leaders aged 18-26 to better lead their organizations, increase their English language ability, learn more about U.S. democratic values, and gain the necessary life-long tools to ···

Energy, Russian Influence, and Democratic Backsliding in Central and Eastern Europe

The democratic transitions in Central and Eastern Europe are facing significant challenges. Across the region, Russia is expanding its economic and political influence and using it to undermine democratic standards and values. Using its strong position as a dominant energy supplier to the EU and former Soviet republics, Russia is employing economic incentives and punishment ···