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On December 18 Sant’ Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa hosted an international conference «Overlapping Easts: From Shared Neighborhood to Globalized Borderlands» under the auspices of EU international program Erasmus+.

On December 18 Sant’ Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa hosted an international conference «Overlapping Easts: From Shared Neighborhood to Globalized Borderlands» under the auspices of EU international program Erasmus+.

European and American scientists who focus on Post-Soviet space issues and its interactions with European Union took part in the conference. Andrey Kortunov, RIAC Director General, made a report at the opening session of the conference.

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