Expert Seminar "Theory and practice of situation analysis" and Situation Analysis "The conflict potential of the post-Soviet space"
At Peoples' Friendship University of Russia on April 15, 2016 – on April 16, 2016 on the basis of department of the Theory and history of the international relations of FGSS and with participation of Economics Department PFUR Conference on a subject has taken place: "Theory and practice of the situational analysis" and situational analysis "Potential of the conflict of the former Soviet Union" with participation of students, graduate students, teachers, professors of the university.
The Conference was realized in the frame of the project "European traditions in Russian Education system: foundation for talent mobility/ ETRMO" LLP - Jean Monnet Programme, Key Activity 1, Jean Monnet project (Project identification number 565672-EPP-1-2015-1-RU-EPPJMO-PROJECT). This project has been funded with support from the European Commission
At the Conference and a round table there were more than 40 students, teachers, professors and foreign speakers from Germany, Belarus, Armenia, Moldova and Slovakia.
On April 15 within a subject of Situational Analysis "The Conflict Potential of the Post-Soviet Space" have been heard these speeches of speakers:
Minasyan Sergey Mamikonovich (Armenia) the deputy director of Institute of the Caucasus (Yerevan) who has arrived with performance on a subject “Karabakh conflict: actual military and political issues”
Dr. Lyudmila Georgiyevna Pochebut (Russia) the teacher of St. Petersburg State University of Social Psychology made the report: "Psychology of crowd and modification of human soul in crowd: reasons and consequences".
Elena Anatolyevna of Dostanko (Belarus) the candidate of political sciences, the associate professor of the international relations of the Belarusian State University has touched upon a subject " Current regional security challenges for the Republic of Belarus (economic, military and migration issues)"
And Lyudmila Lipkova (Slovakia) Dr.h.c. Professor, Dean of the Faculty of International Relations, University of Economics in Bratislava with performance on a subject "Regional Security: Challenges for CEE"