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    25 Июля 2011
    The first Studia Baltica international summer school closes with success

    The results of the Studia Baltica international summer school were discussed on July 23. The president of Russian Railways, the head of the Department of Public Policy of Mikhail Lomonosov Moscow State University, Prof. Valdimir I. Yakunin, gave a lecture to the students.

    The results of the Studia Baltica international summer school were discussed on July 23. The president of Russian Railways, the head of the Department of Public Policy of Mikhail Lomonosov Moscow State University, Prof. Valdimir I. Yakunin, gave a lecture to the students.

    After the lecture, five student research teams consisting of summer school participants presented the results of their applied research, which included surveys, content analysis, and expert reviews. On the basis of the research conducted, students formulated proposals for Russian and EU political elites aimed at improving bilateral cooperation. The expert council, which brought together the rector of IKBFU, Prof. A.P. Klemeshev, the acting dean of the Faculty of Political Science of Moscow State University, Prof. A.Yu. Shutov, and the head of the Department of Public Policy of Mikhail Lomonosov Moscow State University, Prof. V.I. Yakunin, presented the best report award. All participants received certificates and souvenirs; the best research team were invited to the Rhodes Youth Forum, which will be held in autumn on the island of Rhodes, Greece.

    In his closing address, Prof. A.P. Klemeshev announced the decision of summer school organisers to give it the status of an annual event.

    The first Studia Baltica international summer school was held form July 18 to 23. Over 40 young researchers from 6 countries – Russia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Poland, and Germany – took part in the event. They attended a number of lectures by leading scholars and experts on Russia-EU relations.