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Africa — Russia — EU: Opportunities for Interpersonal Interaction and Civil Society Development

... future generations. Society, as the main actor in this partnership system for building constructive interaction, can act as a powerful regulator of all processes. Russia and Europe have a colossal historical "reserve of intercultural, scientific, educational ties." Like Russia and Africa have a solid historical base and experience for mutual assistance and friendship. This unique mutual “capital” may prove to be one of the most successful and realizable in the revival of trust, openness ...


Opportunities for Russian Higher Education in Syria and Lebanon

Russian universities can offer an interesting alternative to the suffering education systems of Syria and Lebanon Historically, Syria and Lebanon form a single region and events in one country inevitably influence the other. These states have always maintained a high literacy level in the Arab world. However, the war that ...


“Bridge” — Youth Forum on Civil Identity

On October 24–28, 2019, the city of Feodosia (Crimea) was hosting the “Bridge” (“Bridge of Identity”), a culture and education youth forum on civil identity On October 24–28, 2019, the city of Feodosia (Crimea) was hosting the “Bridge” (“Bridge of Identity”), a culture and education youth forum on civil identity. The event was organized by the Center for ...


How Migration Affects Human Capital

... migration that is mainly expats. You can see the city is thriving, as our colleague Jens ( Jens Schneider ) was also pointing out. The cities with the largest influx are also the cities that are thriving the most. Maurice Crul : Well, in my research, education is crucial. So if you are looking at the study we did on the second generation in Europe, of all the key influences in how people become part of society, education is the most crucial thing. So how society has developed the educational system ...


Russian–Chinese Dialogue: The 2019 Model

... the most pressing matters of international and regional agendas against the backdrop of increasing external pressure. They assess achievements in bilateral trade and economic cooperation as well as military and technological interaction, study ties in education, culture, sports, media and related areas, and the problems they entail. The experts present practical recommendations aimed at bringing the partnership to a new level. For the first time, priority is given to scientific and technological cooperation ...


Russia’s Policy in a Dynamic Africa: Searching for a Strategy

... reality has laid bare the long-standing problems in Russia–Africa relations. The most glaring of these problems is that Africa is changing rapidly. Russia is thus finding it increasingly difficult to rely on its Soviet legacy. This is especially true of educational contacts. In Soviet times, the future elites of African countries (political functionaries, military officers, production managers, engineers and doctors) received their education in the USSR. Today, however, African graduates of Russian universities ...


Seminar “National Strategies of the BRICS Countries: Assessments and Prospects for Cooperation”

... August 28, 2019, Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) hosted a seminar “National Strategies of the BRICS Countries: Assessments and Prospects for Cooperation” within the BRICS School program. The organizers of the international scientific and educational BRICS School program are the National BRICS Research Committee and the Public Diplomacy Support Fund named after A.M. Gorchakov. Dmitry Razumovsky, Acting Director at the RAS Institute for Latin American Studies, Alexey Zakharov, Research ...


Russia and the Bologna Process: 20 Years Later

... relations Twenty years ago in the Italian city of Bologna, an event took place that radically changed the lives of millions of people in Europe, primarily of a significant part of the new generation of Europeans. On June 19, 1999, the ministers of education of 29 European states got together at Europe’s oldest university and adopted the European Higher Education Area declaration, more widely known as the Bologna Declaration. This marked the beginning of the so-called Bologna Process, an initiative ...


Education Alliances and Russia’s “Soft Power”

... off large external debt. However, although the amount of aid for developing nations is substantial, its effect could be more targeted and important for bilateral relations and the progress of the recipient countries if this aid were more focused on education and healthcare. In the same way cooperation in migration that seriously helps reduce poverty through cash remittances by migrants to their families at home, a focus on supporting education and healthcare could produce a much bigger effect compared ...


Web Internationalization: Russian Universities 2017-2018

Report No. 40/2018 Report No. 40/2018 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. This issue provides a new ranking as of 2017–2018. The authors developed a methodology for assessing the English-language websites of universities and analyzed...


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    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
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