International project "Jean Monnet project"Print
Jean Monnet Project “The role of the European Union in resolving modern international conflicts”
Project Reference Number: 611095-EPP-1-2019-1-RU-EPPJMO-PROJECT
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The project is carried out with the support of the European Union within the framework of Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Programme.
The project is aimed at the in-depth study of the changing role of the European Union in resolving modern international conflicts and promotion of European peacekeeping experience.
Project leader – Nina Shevchuk, Candidate of political science, associate professor, professional diplomat with the highest level of expertise in the field of conflict resolution.
Maria Bulanakova, Candidate of history, associate professor, head of the Department of International Relations (Faculty of International Relations and Politics);
Natalia Mikheeva, Candidate of political science, associate professor;
Dmitry Novik, Candidate of history, director of NWIM Centre for International Project Activities (CIPA), senior lecturer at the Faculty of International Relations and Politics.
Project technical coordinators:
Victoria Morozova, CIPA international coordinator;
Elizaveta Berezina, CIPA international coordinator.
October 23rd, 2019 – Introductory seminar.
October 30-31st, 2019 – Fall workshops module. Workshops: “Unity of positions? Interests and approaches of different EU members towards resolving modern international conflicts”; “The EU and De Facto States”; “EU and Russia: the role and degree of involvement in conflicts in the Caucasus”; “EU and Russia: the role and degree of involvement in conflicts in Moldova / Transdnistria”.
April 24th, 2020 – Round Table “Problems and prospects of cooperation between Russia and the European Union on settlement in the post-Soviet space”.
April 27-28th, 2020 – Panel discussion “The role of the European Union in resolving modern international conflicts”.
Dates are provisional!
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