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    21 Июля 2011
    The Studia Baltica summer school opens its doors

    On July 18, the opening of the Studia Baltica "Russia and the EU: new institutions, new elites, new images" political science international summer school took place at IKBFU. The project is run by the "Russian Baltic" centre for social and political research, the IKBFU European Union Centre, the Faculty of Political Science of Lomonosov State University, and the Baltic branch of the Russian Political Science Association.

    On July 18, the opening of the Studia Baltica "Russia and the EU: new institutions, new elites, new images" political science international summer school took place at IKBFU. The project is run by the "Russian Baltic" centre for social and political research, the IKBFU European Union Centre, the Faculty of Political Science of Lomonosov State University, and the Baltic branch of the Russian Political Science Association.

    The international summer school is a platform for the development of cooperation between Russian and European young academic communities. The opening ceremony featured addresses from the IKBFU rector, Prof. A.P. Klemeshev, the acting dean of the Faculty of Political Science of Moscow State University, Prof. A.Yu. Shutov, the IKBFU vice rector for international relations, Dr. I.I. Zhukovsky, the head of the EU unit of the European Cooperation Department of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, G.V. Mikhno, and the EU deputy head of European Commission Delegation in Russia, Michael Webb.

    Prof. Andrey P. Klemeshev: "The Studia Baltica international summer school is an important project for our university. It brings together young researchers, experts in the field of international relations, politicians, social activists, and journalists from Russia, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, France, and Germany. I believe that such meetings will become a tradition at our university."