Research seminar on ‘ European Union: Forming a New Agent in the Field of International Security ’ with Georgey Kuterev and Richard Sakwa
The International Laboratory of World Order Studies and New Regionalism invites everyone on February 21 at 5 p.m. to visit a research seminar where Georgey Kuterev will make a report on the topic «European Union: Forming a New Agent in the Field of International Security».
Based on the latest book “The European Union: Risks and Challenges of the Modern Stage of Political Evolution” (URSS, 2019), which Kutyrev G.I. co-wrote with N.A. Medushevsky, G.M. Mikhaleva and M.A. Gordeeva, he will tell about the history of the development of a common EU security and defense policy, analyze the goals, problems and achievements of European policy and outline what tasks the EU is going to solve in this area. The organization of political unification was implied from the first moments of the creation of the European Community, but was never implemented. In the development of the European security and defense policy, three main stages are distinguished: bipolar (1945-1991), post-bipolar (1991-2014) and modern (2014 - present). Kutyrev G.I. considers each of them, highlights the features of occurrence and development. During the seminar, participants will have the opportunity to ask questions about the future of the European security system. Students, graduate students and teachers of the HSE are invited, as well as all those interested in the subject.
Georgey Kuterev is PhD in Political Science, Research Fellow at the Department of International Relations of the National Research University Higher School of Economics, a specialist in the study of European security, international conflicts, and political parties. Richard Sakwa is a Professor of the Department of Political Science and International Relations, University of Kent (UK), member of the Valdai International Discussion Club, leading researcher at the International Laboratory of World Order and New Regionalism, will speak as a commentator on the report.
The lecture will be held on February 21, 5 p.m.
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The working language is English.
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