Fachkonferenz

Tendenzen der politischen Entwicklung in Osteuropa: Ukraine, Russland, Weißrussland und Moldawien

Die KAS veranstaltete zusammen mit dem Institut für internationale Beziehungen und Politikwissenschaften eine Konferenz zum Thema “Tendenzen der politischen Entwicklung in Osteuropa: Ukraine, Russland, Weißrussland und Moldawien”.

Details

Die traditionelle Jahreskonferenz war in diesem Jahr der Analyse der politischen Prozesse in den Osteuropa-Ländern (Russland, Weißrussland, Ukraine, Moldawien) gewidmet. An der Veranstaltung nahmen Wissenschaftler, Experten, Journalisten und Vertreter der Nicht-Regierungs-Organisationen aus Litauen, Russland, Weißrussland, Ukraine und Moldawien teil, die zu den folgenden Themen Vorträge hielten und diskutierten: Prozess der Demokratisierung und Entwicklung der Zivilgesellschaft in den osteuropäischen Ländern, Probleme der öffentlichen Verwaltung in Russland, Weißrussland, Ukraine und Moldawien, politische Kommunikation, Medien und Wahlprozesse in Osteuropa, methodologische und theoretische Probleme der Forschung der Osteuropa-Region etc.

PROGRAMME

Thursday, November 17, room 402

14:30-15:00 REGISTRATION

15:00-15:30 OPENING SPEECHES

Raimundas Lopata, Director, Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Vilnius University

Andreas von Below, Director, Konrad Adenauer Foundation for Baltic states

Klaudijus Maniokas, Acting President, Lithuanian Political Science Association

I session. THE POST-REVOLUTIONARY UKRAINE: REALITY AND EXPECTATIONS

Chairpersons:

Vladas Sirutavičius, Director, Ukraine Institute

Volodymyr Fesenko, Director, Political Research Center „Penta“

15:30 - 17:30

UKRAINE AT THE GEOPOLITICAL CROSSROADS

Evaldas Nekrašas, Professor, Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Vilnius University

POST-REVOLUTIONARY UKRAINE: BETWEEN THE PRESIDENTIAL AND PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS

Sergiy Kyselov, Head of Political Science Department, Kiev-Magiliansk Academy

CONSTANTLY UNSTABLE POLITICAL REGIME AND DEMOCRACY CONSOLIDATION PERSPECTIVES

Živilė Šatūnienė, PhD Student, Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Vilnius University

THE TRANSATLANTIC INTEGRATION OBJECTIVES OFTHE UKRAINE : PRESENTATION FOR DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN AUDIENCES

Vykintas Pugačiauskas, Journalist, Lithuanian Television

17:30 – 18:15

Participants of the debate: Varvara Žlugtenko (Journalist, daily newspaper „Den“), Vadim Volovoj (PhD Student, Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Vilnius University), Nina Severina (Journalist, Doneck district State TV Company), Volodymyr Kushnirenko (Head of Political Science Department, Kiev-Magiliansk Academy), Marius Gedutis (Institute of Political Science and Diplomacy, Vytautas Magnus University)

18:30-20:30 Dinner

Friday, November 18, room 402

II session. TENDENCIES OF THE RUSSIAN FOREIGN POLICY

Chairperson:

Raimundas Lopata, Director, Institute of International Relations and Political Science

9:00-10:20

RUSSIA AND UKRAINE: MORE THAN A NEIGHBOUR LESS THAN A PARTNER

Boris Kuznecov, Director, Integration Research and Project Centre, Saint - Petersburg

RUSSIA IN THE WORLD ECONOMY: POSSIBLE EVOLUTION SCENARIOS

Liudas Zdanavičius, Institute of International Relations and Political Science

THE INTERNATIONALISATION OF THE CIS AREA: CHANGES OF THE RUSSIAN POLITICS

Leonid Karabeshkin, Integration Research and Project Centre, Saint – Petersburg

RUSSIA AND THE EU‘s NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICY: LOOKING FROM THE RUSSIAN – LITHUANIAN RELATIONS

Andrius Butkus, Baltic Research Centre, Saint – Petersburg

10:20 - 10:50 QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS

10:50 – 11:10 COFFEE BREAK

III session. PHENOMENON OF BELARUS: SELF-SUFFICIENCY OR ALLYING WITH RUSSIA PERSPECTIVE?

Chairperson:

Lauras Bielinis, Docent, Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Vilnius University, Director, Belarus Institute

11:10 – 12:30

PHENOMENON OF THE MODERN BELARUS

Jurij Ševcov, Centre for European Integration problems, EHU

QUO VADIS BELARUS: COMPETITIVE STATE CONCEPTS

Jovita Pranevičiūtė, Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Vilnius University

IMPACT OF „LUKASHISM“ FOR THE POSTSOVIET AREA COUNTRIES

Aleksandr Feduto

GUDIJA OR BELARUS: STATEHOOD IDENTITY PROBLEM

Vadzim Vileita, Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Vilnius University

12:30 – 13:00 QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS

13:00- 14:00 Lunch

IV session. MOLDOVA‘S ORIENTATION TO THE WEST: ATTITUDES OF THE ELITE AND SOCIETY

Chairperson:

Algimantas Jankauskas, Deputy Director, Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Vilnius University

14:00 – 15.20

OLD AND NEW MEMBERS OF THE PARLIAMENTARY ELITE: THE CASES OF LITHUANIA AND MOLDOVA

Irmina Matonytė, Institute for Social Research

EUROPEAN NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICY VS. POLITICS OF SURVIVAL: CASE OF MOLDOVA

Cirnela Ciprian, Regensbourg University, Germany

THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE DNIESTER PROBLEM SOLUTION

Adomas Davalga, Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Vilnius University

DEMOCRATIZATION PROCESS IN MOLDOVA: IS POSSIBLE EVOLIUTION WITHOUT REVOLIUTION

Žygimantas Vaičiūnas, Institute of International Relations ana Political Science, Vilnius University

15.20 - 15:50QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS

Zum Kalender hinzufügen

Veranstaltungsort

Institut für internationale Beziehungen und Politikwissenschaften, Vokiečių Str.10, Vilnius, LT-01130, Litauen

Kontakt

Dr. Andreas von Below

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