On 25 November, all 8 groups of participants presented their projects and got valuable feedback from our experts.
- The topics of the presentations were the following:
- Making Choice Within US-China Competition: The Case of India and Japan
- The Dimensions of World Trade in the Post-COVID-19 Era
- Institutional Fragmentation as an Inherent Feature of the Future World Order
- The Efficiency of Cultural Diplomacy in the Era of COVID-19
- Traditional Conflicts at the Fin de Siècle? Examining the Role of COVID-19 Pandemic in Current Warfare Events
- Non-Traditional Security Challenges: Cybersecurity as a "Hidden" Threat of the Future
- Brazil, China, and Russia’s Policies, Achievements and Challenges in Pursuing UN Sustainable Development Goals
- The Role of the State and Global Governance in the Era of the 4th Industrial Revolution. From the AI Perspective.
The experts were well-known scholar Zhang Xin, PhD, an Assistant to the Dean, School of Advanced International and Area Studies at East China Normal University (ECNU); Alexander Korolev, PhD, Deputy Head of the Eurasian Sector, Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies (CCEIS), Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, HSE; and Alexander Zaytsev, PhD, Research Fellow, Deputy Head of the International Economic Research Sector at the Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies (CCEIS), HSE.
The experts noticed the high quality of all works but especially highlighted the presentations “Institutional Fragmentation as An Inherent Feature of the Future World Order” and “The Role of State and Global Governance in the Era of the 4th Industrial Revolution. From the AI Perspective”.
We wish all the participants success in their future research! Hope to see some of them and, of course, new participants offline next year.
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