Power Perception and Conflict Prevention in the Black Sea Region: A Conversation with Neli Kirilova
In this episode of ‘Conflict Tipping Podcast,’ host Laura May speaks with Neli Kirilova, a researcher focused on power perception and conflict prevention in the Black Sea Region.
Kirilova discusses why the Black Sea region is a nexus for conflict, largely due to cultural, religious, and linguistic diversity. She also delves into how foreign policy strategies can signal triggers for potential conflicts and effectively prevent escalation. The conversation then turns to discussing the importance of psychology and therapy in leadership.
Neli’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/neli-kirilova
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