HSE students took part in the XXVII international conference of students, postgraduates and young scientists "Lomonosov"
The XXVII International Conference of students, postgraduates and young scientists "Lomonosov" was held online at the Moscow State University from 10 to 24 November 2020. 1st year students of the of the “Socio-economic and political development of modern Asia" master's program actively participated in this conference.
Several students made reports dedicated to different issues in Asian studies: Aisylu Garayeva (Music Market in Japan 2015-2019: Challenges and Opportunities), Ravil Khamzin (Formation of Shiism as an Official Ideology in Safavid Iran), Daria Vanifatyeva (Analysis of Challenges, Risks and Threats to the Socio-economic Development of the Republic of Korea), Alexandra Yankova (Features and Prospects of Cybersecurity Cooperation Between Russia and China), Valeria Akhmadullina (Qatar Diplomatic Crisis in the Assessments of the Arab Media), Yegor Sheverev (Current Development of Startup Ecosystem in Japan: Problems and Perspectives), Artem Solomko (Implementation of the Society 5.0 policy in Japan: Challenges and Prospects for the Introduction of Alternative Energy Sources in Business), Alexander Starshinov (Weak Points of South Korean "Soft Power”), Ilya Kolnin (Transformation of Commercial Realities in the Yuan Era (1279-1368) According to the Tao and Zhi Lue 島 夷 誌 略 ("Brief Description of the Island Aliens"; 1349/1350).
You can find more about the conference on the website: https://lomonosov-msu.ru/rus/event/6500/page/1743