Research Seminar by Prof. Astrov: Great Powers That Reveal Themselves: Russia as a 'Minor' Power
The International Relations Department at WVPU is pleased to announce the next lecture of its Politics and IR Research Seminar Series, which is providing a platform to WVPU's IR faculty and invited academic guests to discuss new scholarly output. The format is a classic one: 45 minutes presentation followed by a 30-45 minute Q&A session.
The primary purpose of the Research Seminar Series is to offer a forum to faculty members and invited academics to present their work and receive comments and feedback from colleagues and students. For students this is an excellent opportunity to gather firsthand experience with ongoing academic debates and research, as well as academic working methods.
The Politics & IR Research Seminar Series will continue on FRIDAY, December 7, 2018, with Prof. Dr. Alexander Astrov (CEU) presenting his current research: Great Powers That Reveal Themselves: Russia as a 'Minor' Power.
As space is limited, please register at email@example.com
The Politics & IR Research Seminar Series will continue in 2019
with Franco Algieri, Iver B. Neumann, Mathias Jopp, Reinhard Krumm, Ralph Schöllhammer, Joachim Honeck & Anatoly Reshetnikov.
Dates are going to be announced by the end of the year.