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Why China Will Win the Artificial Intelligence Race

... unemployability of young Americans. Fake news overload naturally leads to pervasive intellectual stupefaction. US policy-makers will ignore this ominous trend, just as they ignore the perennial national slide in global indices that measure the quality of life, education and human capital yields . Can the human mind — incessantly subjected to politicized fairy tales and violent belief systems — be capable of continual innovation? It is of course easier to blame an external bogeyman for a purely internal ...


Why I came to Russia

... come to Russia was personal reasons, the passing away of a friend and the complete shock and incomprehension I felt as an international relations specialist to the Ukrainian crisis, ultimately the reason I found for being in Russia is to complete my education.. When I mention my life long dream to work for the United Nations, the UNICEF logo (an icon I discovered later in Chrisitanity) imprinted in my mind is of the earliest orientation for my life, my North Star. When I say to my new found Russian ...


Literature, Science and Global Russians. Interview with Olga Breininger

... can serve as a good support for attempts to effect changes at the global level. Tell us about your research interests. What are you writing your doctoral dissertation about? Was the choice of topic a natural result of the general trajectory of your education thus far? Or was it influenced by other factors? Has your fiction writing played a part in your academic work? Right now, I am working primarily as a literary anthropologist. My research interests are modern Russian literature and politics ...


Web Internationalization of Russian Universities (2016–2017)

RIAC Report #31 / 2017 This report is the result of a new stage in the research of the online English-language resources on the websites of Russian universities and is a follow-up to the initial report produced by the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) entitled “Web Internationalization: Russian Universities” in 2015. The authors developed a methodology for assessing the English-language websites of universities. The online resources of 47 universities were analysed and compared with...


The Impact of Tensions between the EU and Russia at the People-to-People Level

... regional and trans-border cooperation, and people-to-people contacts. In other words, both sides focus on the less political aspects of relations. However, in the last three years political tensions have had some negative impact on Russia–EU relations in education, culture, academic study, science and innovation, although not as bad an impact as first expected. There is a tendency to politicise what should be non-political even when it serves as a vital bridge for maintaining contacts, especially in times ...


Transformation of Higher Education in China and its Implications for Russia

China’s activities oriented towards transformation of the country into an internationally recognised educational hub started not long ago. In 1998, President Jiang Zemin in his speech that marked the 100-year anniversary of the Peking University, set an ambitious goal to upgrade the system of higher education in China in order to push Chinese universities ...


Elementary Education in the World: stages, types, legislation, specifics

School stages, School types, Legislation, Specifics <p> 1 September in Russia celebrates Knowledge Day. To celebrate this event RIAC prepared a special reader, which explains the diversity of the school systems around the world (school stages, school types, legislation and specifics). </p> <p> Project page: <a href="/en/schoolsystems" target="_blank"></a> </p>


Education in Russia

... with history and well educated. However, today, interpreting a famous saying of Aristotle, it is difficult to “show somebody the man” by “giving them a child before the age of seven.” Since the Soviet times, the one-time intense education system (later adopted by China) has been constantly deteriorating. And even though the statistics shows relatively high levels of higher education in Russia, the output divulges the following trend: while the number of people with education ...


Interview with Ms Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO © GEM.Ms. Irina Bokova, Director General of UNESCO became Honorary Membership at Global Education Magazine. Javier Collado Ruano: Today, 5th December 2015, International Volunteer ...


Global Education Magazine: International #Volunteer Day

Download here Global Education Magazine - International Volunteer Day . "All that is not given is lost" Indian Proverb .. The Ecological and Social Footprint: A Challenge for Global Citizenship La huella ecológica y social: un desafío para la ciudadanía ...


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