Public Lectures in Russia’s Foreign Policy

The Centre for Cultural Relations – Caucasian House is organizing public lecture series in Russia’s Foreign Policy. The lectures will be delivered by Dr. ANDREY MAKARYCHEV, Guest Professor at the University of Tartu, Estonia.

 

Since the year 2012 “Caucasian House” is conducting analytical researches related to Russia’s foreign and internal policy and Georgian-Russian relations while analyzing deeper the different aspects of it. Considering current situation in Georgia, it is extremely important to have professionals and researchers, who understand Russia’s foreign policy, internal processes and can contribute by working in academic field as well as participating in development of relevant state policies. It should be noted that it is already second year when Caucasian House is conducting public lectures in Russian Foreign Policy and aims to increase the knowledge of students and young researches about Russia. 

 

VENUE: Tbilisi State University, Building I. Ilia Chavchavadze Ave 1.

SCHEDULE:

Nov 28,  12:00 pm room 302, 1st building Russian identity-in-the-making: between the Soviet and the post-Soviet
Nov 28,  14:00 pm room 302, 1st building Russia’s normative project: the sources of Euroscepticism
Nov 30,  16:00 pm room 115, 1st building Russia’s neighborhood policy (the cases of Estonia, Ukraine and Georgia)
Dec 01,  16:00 pm room 115, 1st building After Syria: a new security debate in Russia 

Participants who will attend all lectures will be awarded a certificate of completion.

Other details:

Working language – English

Attendance is free

For additional information please contact project coordinator Ana Dvali by e-mail ana.dvali@caucasianhouse.ge or call +995 577 77 04 09

To attend the lectures, please register below.

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For the further information about the event, please see the attached file.

 

The lectures are held in the framework of the project “Georgian-Russian Dialogue for Peace and Cooperation” funded by The British Embassy Tbilisi