Launched in 2013, the Antall József Summer School is a twelve-day programme focusing on one of the most important regional partnerships of Europe, the Visegrad Cooperation. Through traditional and more interactive forms of education, including lectures, workshops, debates, roundtable discussions, and short trainings, the event series, organised annually, provides a profound analysis of the Visegrad...

Baltic International Summer School June 19 – 30, 2018 Our values, attitudes, and behavior are constantly tested by disinformation, fake news, attempts of spinning and twisting the reality and defining normality. They are often difficult to grasp and their relationship to various political, economic, or personal agendas initially may seem unclear. The aim of this intensive program is to...

Level: BA / MA Credits: 4 ECTS Application deadline: 13 May, 2018   Week I in Tallinn - Estonian Business Environment 8-14 July Week II in Tartu - EU and Russian Relations 15-21 July   The programme will introduce the challenges and achievements of social, economic and political reforms and their past, present and future impacts on local as well as on international scale. Students will learn of...

Level: BA / MA Credits: 4 ECTS Application deadline: 13 May, 2018   Week I in Tartu - EU-Russian Relations 15-21 July Week II in Pärnu - Baltic Regional Security  22-28 July The program will introduce the challenges and achievements of Estonian social, economic and political reforms and their past, present and future impacts on local as well as on international scale. Students will learn of...

Location: University of Tartu, Pärnu College (Ringi 35, Pärnu, Estonia) Time: July 23 - July 27, 2018 Level:  advanced undergraduate and MA students a professionals.   Objectives: The 7th Martens Summer School on International Law, organised by the School of Law of the University of Tartu in the Estonian coastal resort town Pärnu, will deal with the comparative aspects of...

Introduction The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was established to eliminate the ideological and military threats posed by the Soviet Union after it appeared as a winner in evident results of the Second World War. The Truman doctrine which forms the base of the Cold War policy of the United States was meant to limit the geopolitical expansion of Soviet Union and in a different way was considered...

Cultural Landscapes in Central and Eastern Europe after World War II and the Collapse of Communism Wrocław, Poland, 19-21 September 2018 The end of World War II saw large parts of Central European countries in ruin. The borders were changed after the Potsdam conference, leading to mass deportations and resettlement of millions of people. Vast areas of multi-ethnic borderlands that had been typical of the...

Ukrainian politics is always complex. For the past three and one half years the leadership, in the form of President Petro Poroshenko, has remained stable, though increasingly unpopular. He is likely to stand for reelection in 2019, if not sooner. Otherwise the clearest thing about the views of the electorate is that it it is not especially enamoured with any of the leading politicians. In fact, the third...

The Prague-based NGO SCHOLA EMPIRICA is pleased to launch the 14th edition of Prague Summer Schools! Prague Summer Schools are seven-day academic programs designed to bring together undergraduate and graduate students of various nationalities and academic backgrounds to enjoy their summer holidays in a unique academic and cultural environment. SCHOLA EMPIRICA is pleased to announce the forthcoming Prague...

Call for Papers A conference of the ECPR Standing Group on Central and Eastern European Politics Political Leaders in Central and Eastern Europe: Roles, Actions and Consequences 19-21 April 2018  Babes-Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca (Romania)   The political leadership lies at the origin of most transformations in democracies today, e.g. policies, institutional gridlocks, radicalization. An...

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