THE FOURTH OF AN 8 PART LECTURE SERIES
War in East Asia
August 21, 2023
Speaker: Jonathan Shen
THE THIRD OF AN 8 PART LECTURE SERIES
East Asia- Refresher
August 11, 2023
Annual Student Conference of SRIS-FEFU
End of an Era in World Politics?
April 28, 2023, 1700 VLAT / 1230 IST
FEFU's Oriental Institute - School of Regional and International Studies
Pacific Students' Club
Institute of World Affairs & Security(IWAS)
THE SECOND OF AN 8 PART LECTURE SERIES
Economic Relations in East Asia & Role of China in East Asian Social Development
Speaker: Dr Aveivey
April 3, 2023
THE FIRST OF AN 8 PART LECTURE SERIES
East Asia - An Introduction
March 20, 2023
Yezidis((Ezidis) of Iraq through Conflict and Persecution
Date: 12 December 2022
Venue: Tetso College
Farhad Barakat is from Sinjar. He is an Ezidi, minority rights - peace activist and a co-founder of two nongovernmental organizations in Sinjar: 'Progress in Peace' and 'Snabel Future organization'. He serves as the Area coordinator of 'Progress in Peace' organization in Sinjar. He is a graduate from the translation department of the College of Kurdish, Arabic, English and French languages at the University of Duhok, Kurdistan, Iraq.
NEW ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY
Date: 14 October 2022
Time: 11:00 am (India). Earlier schedule 10:00 am
Venue: Tetso College
Dr Salvatore Babones is a sociologist and associate professor at University of Sydney. He described the existing economic geography and provided a comparative analysis.
CHANGING MEDIA LANDSCAPE IN ASIA
Date: 26 September, 2022
Time: 2:30 PM (India)
Venue: Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi
*exclusive event with restricted entry
Speaker: Ms Sonoko Watanabe, Managing Director and Regional CEO, Nikkei Group Asia.
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India, China & Russia
in the new Geopolitical context (or contest?)
The School of Regional and International Studies (SRIS), Far Eastern Federal University, Russia and IWAS Institute for World Affairs & Security foundation, India are organizing a talk on India, China & Russia in the new Geopolitical context on June 29, 2023 at 2:30 pm(Indian Standard Time)
Lt Gen Syed Ata Hasnain (Retd)
Gen Hasnain has had a 40 year illustrious career in turbulent environments and hot spots across India's borders and beyond. He has participated in UN operations from Mozambique to Rwanda. He has commanded the Srinagar based 15 Corps and is among the foremost scholar-warriors of India. He holds a PhD from the King's College London. He is on the Governing Council of the Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA) and Institute of Peace & Conflict Studies (IPCS). Gen Hasnain has six decorations awarded by the President for India and two by the Army Chief. In 2018 The President of India appointed Lt Gen Hasnain as Chancellor of the Central University of Kashmir. He is a member of the National Disaster Management Authority.
Dr Ravni Thakur
Dr. Ravni Thakur is among the foremost Sinologists in India. She is the Head of the Department at the Department of East Asian Studies, University of Delhi. She has an M.A. in Development Studies from the Institute of Social Studies in The Hague and a Ph.D. from the Sinology Institute, University of Leiden, The Netherlands. She also studied at the Beijing Language Institute and Beijing University from 1982–1984. She taught for two years at the Institut Nationale des Langues et Civilizations Orientales in Paris (1992–1994). After her return to India, she was Professor for Chinese studies at the Jamia Millia Islamia, University New Delhi and Senior Fellow at the Delhi Policy Group. She has participated actively in the BRICS countries Academic Forum and been a research scholar at the BRICS Policy Research Institute, Rio de Janeiro. Her research articles are available on the net. Her recent books include: China under Xi Jinping: Critical Essays on Key Issues (2020), New Delhi: Gyan Publishers and Across the Himalayan Gap II: A Chinese Quest for Understanding China, edited with Tan Chung and Zhang Minqiu, New Delhi: Konark Publisher, 2013.
Dr. Andrey Gubin
Dr. Andrey Gubin is an Associate Professor at the Department of International Relations at Far Eastern Federal University(FEFU), Vladivostok. He holds Ph.D. in Political Science.
His professional and research interests include but are not limited to: National Security Issues; International Military Cooperation; WMD Non-Proliferation; Local and Regional Conflicts; Russian Far East Development; Russian Foreign Policy in the Asia-Pacific.
Dr Andrei Kozinets
Due to change of schedule of events Dr Kozinets wouldn't be able to attend. We hope to bring our audiences a future event with Dr Kozinets. Dr Andrei Kozinets is Associate Professor at the Department of International Relations in the Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok. He holds a Ph.D. in Political Science. He has written for East Asia Forum, and The Diplomat. He has been the President of The Vladivostok Club and associated with MUNRFE. Some of his research interests include but are not limited to Non-Western International Relations Theories with a focus on Chinese and Indian schools of IR.
Trinh Quoc Vinh.
Trinh Quoc Vinh has professional experience in the field of diplomacy and is a postgraduate student at Institute of Oriental Studies-School of Regional and International Studies, FEFU. He is a member of the trade delegation of Vietnam, a former assistant of the Consul General of Vietnam in Vladivostok, and former employee of the Embassy of Vietnam in Russia.
Mr Danil Vinokurov
A young scholar, Mr Danil Vinokurov, is an Undergraduate Student of International Relations at Institute of Oriental Studies-School of Regional and International Studies, Far Eastern Federal University,
Dr Artyom Lukin
Dr Artyom Lukin is Deputy Director for Research at the School of Regional and International Studies, Far Eastern Federal University (Vladivostok, Russia). He holds a Ph.D. in Political Science and is also Associate Professor at the Department of International Relations. He has authored numerous chapters and papers in Russian and English on Asia-Pacific international politics and Russia's engagement with Asia.
Dr Aveivey D
Dr Aveivey D teaches at the University of Delhi. She received her PhD from CEAS, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi. She has completed Masters and M.Phil from University of Delhi. She was a Research Fellow at the India China Institute, The New School University, New York under a Ford Foundation Fellowship. She has a background in sociology and international studies.
Ms Anastasia Bezotosova
Special thanks to Ms Anastasia Bezotosova of Far Eastern Federal University for the arrangements and efforts to enable this event. She is an undergraduate student of International Relations at Far Eastern Federal University.
RIPPLES THROUGH EURASIA
Held on 24 March 2022 at Tetso College
The event was held in collaboration with Tetso College, India with Samuel Halton as the keynote speaker
FORUM: SIA, Tetso
CONFLICT IN UKRAINE
Held on 12 March 2022 at Tetso College
The event was held in collaboration with Tetso College, India with Col(Res.) Miri Eisin as the keynote speaker. Miri has served in the intelligence in IDF and was spokesperson to Prime Minister of Israel Ehud Olmert.
She teaches at Reichmann University, Herzliya and is a part of several think tanks. She is a founder of the Taub Center
FORUM: SIA, Tetso