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Many prominent Moscow and St. Petersburg experts in international relations, social philosophy, history, political science and geography took part in expert discussion “Go, Russia. But where to? To Europe or out of it?”
"Just the fact that we started to debate if Russia belongs in Europe over again indicates that we are back in Europe"
On November 23 a roundtable discussion “Go, Russia. But where to? To Europe or out of it?” took place in St. Petersburg. Prominent Moscow and St. Petersburg experts in international relations, social philosophy, history, political science and geography took part in it. Here are key conclusions written down by Nickolay Petrov, member of the European Dialogue Expert Group over the course of the debate
On November 23 St. the European University of St.Petersburg is hosting a roundtable discussion within the framework of The European Russia series of talks, organised by the European Dialogue Expert Group with support from Konrad Adenauer Foundation Russia
On Friday, November 23rd, Blagosphere centre will host an open interview with Irina Prokhorova, editor-in-chief of Novoye Literaturnoye obozreniye publishing house. This is another talk in a series of open interviews under From the European Point of View project, which is organised by the European Dialogue Expert Group with support from Konrad Adenauer Foundation Russia
Alexander Auzan: “A nation has certainly emerged in Russia despite all its ethnic and cultural differences”
On October 25th, Blagosfera center hosted an open interview of Eugene Gontmakher, member of the European Dialogue Expert Group with Alexander Auzan, head of Department of Economics, Moscow State university. This is the second talk in a series of open interviews, which is organised by the European Dialogue expert group with support from Konrad Adenauer Foundation Russia. Our next interview will be with Irina Prokhorova, editor-in-chief of the Novoye Literaturnoye Obozreniye publishing house
Under the "European Russia" project the European Dialogue group talks to experts about values and understanding of these values shared by the Russian and the European nations. Elena Nikishina, Head of Institute of National Projects and associate professor, Department of Economics, Moscow State University has told us about the correlation of individualistic values and confidence with economic growth and the quality of political and economic institutions. We also discussed how students’ vision changes as they advance from course to course and what the government should have done to reduce resentment caused by the pension reform
European Russia. How does the conservative turn in Russia correlate with conservatism in Europe and the US?
The European Dialogue as part of the European Russia project holds a series of conversations about the values and value orientations of Russians and Europeans. We talked to Andrey Melvil, Director of the Department of Political Science and Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the Higher School of Economics, about crisis of the liberal doctrine in Russia and Western countries, about the situational understanding of conservatism and liberalism, and about factors determining the traits of modern Russian conservatism.
Markus Ederer: “When in Russia I always see pictures of European life and no Genghis Khan around”. An open interview with Markus Ederer, EU ambassador to Russia
On September 24th Blagosfera center welcomed Markus Ederer, EU ambassador to Russia, who was interviewed by Eugene Gontmakher, economist and a member of Civic Initiative Committee. The interview kicked-off “From the European Point of View” series of talks, which was organised by the European Dialogue expert group with support from Konrad Adenauer Foundation. A heavy Moscow rain did not deter several diplomats including ambassador of Belgium, minister-counsellor of Poland, a representative of a German embassy as well as many students from visiting the event. Other meetings from this series will take place on October 25 and November 23
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