Its organizers recall BELTA, the Union State Standing Committee, the Association for Foreign Policy Research named after AA Gromyko, Ministries of Foreign Affairs of Russia and Belarus. The founders also include the Academy of Management under the leadership of the President of the Republic of Belarus and the European Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the EEC and the Foundation for Humanitarian Cooperation of the CIS.
According to the terms of the competition, students and graduate students, scientists, diplomats of CIS member states under the age of 40, teachers, analysts, business specialists, representatives of public organizations are allowed to participate. participate. Candidates, the agency said, must submit an application via an electronic form on the competition’s official website until May 15.
The authors of the best international works will be determined in three categories, the main one being articles by graduate students, scientists, analysts and diplomats under the age of 40 on August 1, 2023. In addition, the jury has the right to establish additional special appointments, the organizers of the competition report.
Among the topics for competitions offered this year are “Perspectives of integration projects in the post-Soviet space: the Union State of Belarus and Russia, the EAEU, the CIS, the CSTO “, “The contours of the new world order: challenges and opportunities for the CIS countries”, “Science diplomacy as a resource for the formation of Greater Eurasia”, “Total Sanctions War”: legal status, consequences and methods of counter action”.
The list of research papers also includes – “The role and place of Central Asia and Transcaucasia in Eurasian integration”, “Conflict threats and tools for strengthening security in Eurasia”, “The diplomatic legacy of AA Gromyko”, as well as “The Great Patriotic War and the war of the Second World War: problems of preserving historical memory and combating the falsification of history.
The works will also be accepted to participate in the competition in a special nomination for journalistic essays on the themes “A new redistribution of the world: a war of civilizations or a balance of macroregions?”, “The role of the UN in international relations : the last bastion of international law?”, “Culture wars: how to fight for The reformatting of a person’s identity affects world politics?
All finalists, explain the organizers, will receive a scholarship to participate in the forum of winners of the competition, which will be held in the Russian capital in July 2023. They will be able to present their works, participate in unique master classes, and their works will be published in a scientific collection of articles.
In addition, the jury may grant the winners a scholarship for a research project, publication of a monograph or participation in a conference, a scholarship for advanced training in leading Russian universities, as well as a letter of recommendation for an internship at the Eurasian University. Economic Commission.
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