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08 October 2015

Baltic Region in the European (Non) Union History, Economics, Political Practices

Cross- scientific seminar
St. Petersburg, November 6, 2015

Organisers
Regional Economy Institute of the Russian Academy of Science
Baltic Studies Association
Historical Memory Foundation

November 6 2015, the Regional Economy Institute of the Russian Academy of Science (St. Petersburg) will host Baltic Region in the European (Non) Union: History, Economics, Political Practices cross-discipline scientific seminar. The seminar will discuss the contribution of political elites of the Baltic states into the European strategy as well as domestic and foreign challenges it causes.
The experts will focus on the following issues:
- Participation of political elites of the Baltic states in establishment of international lobby groups within the EU;
- Correlation of the national historical policy of the Baltic states and international and ethnical conflicts;
- Economical and internal political consequences of curtailing cooperation with Russia for the Baltic states.
Baltic Studies Association which is a cross-discipline professional union of researchers of history and the current situation of the Baltic States will also be presented during the seminar. The presentation will cover aims, goals and strategy of the Association.
Location: Scientific Council Hall of the Regional Economy Institute of the Russian Academy of Science (floor 2, 38, Serpukhovskaya St., St. Petersburg)
Time: 11.00-17.00.
Please register till October 22, 2015.

Feel free to contact:
Ludmila Sazanovich, +7 (931) 290-30-65, karzovaluda@hotmail.com
Aleksandra Orlova, +7 (903) 502-89-17, histudies@gmail.com

 


  

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