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Сабин Селими е роден во Словенија на денот кога падна Берлинскиот ѕид. Како корисник на Претседателска Стипендија тој ги завршил своите додипломски студии по економија и меѓународни студии на американскиот универзитет во Вашингтон. Тој ги завршил своите магистерски студии по меѓународна јавна политика на Универзитетскиот колеџ во Лондон, во рамки на Шевенинг програмата за стипендирање. Има долго работно искуство во јавниот сектор а во моментов е ангажиран како консултант. Неговите области на интерес вклучуваат дигитална дипломатија, трансатлантски односи и европски прашања особено поврзани со Балканот.

Welcome to the “new normal”

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Sabin Selimi 200x250Once the pandemic crisis is over, expect the state to return with more power and legitimacy.

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The dwindling role of the EU in the world

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If member states cannot rely on one another in coordinating efforts to fight the spread of the disease, how would the EU respond in case of a crisis even more devastating than the current pandemic?

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Artificial Intelligence will have a profound impact on global politics in the 2020s and beyond

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Sabin Selimi 200x250To get AI right, we need stronger cooperation between state institutions—governments, law enforcement agencies, the judiciary and parliaments—private sector, academia, civil society and the public at large.

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The need for enhancing digital diplomacy in Southeast Europe

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When used properly, digital diplomacy is a persuasive and timely addition to traditional forms of diplomacy. The countries that don’t use and master it, will simply have reduced influence and power on the world stage.

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The Unthought Future of Democracy in Southeast Europe

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Sabin Selimi

Today, humans run for office. Tomorrow, the intelligent machines will. And, they may win, as citizens become increasingly frustrated with human politicians.

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