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RES014 The EU-Russia Conflict after 2014: Implications for the Baltic Sea Region / CBIR Winter School in St. Petersburg 2–5 ECTS
Periods
Period I Period II Period III Period IV
Language of instruction
English
Type or level of studies
Advanced studies
Course unit descriptions in the curriculum
MDP in Russian and European Studies
International Relations
School of Management

Learning outcomes

Upon completion of the course students are able to

? analyze the implications of topical political events and processes for international relations in the Baltic Sea Region (BSR)
? recognize elements of continuity and change in relations between Finland and Russia, the European Union and Russia, or Nato and Russia in the Baltic Sea Region
? construct arguments about political dynamics in the Baltic Sea Region
? propose solutions to problems in the political situation in the region

General description

The course is offered as a Cross-Border International Relations winter school, organized at the St. Petersburg State University, Russia, 21-25 November 2016.

The programme consists of the following lectures (tbc) by Russian and Finnish experts:

- “The Future of the relations between the European Union and the Eurasian Economic Union” (Lanko)

- “The implications of the EU-Russia conflict for Finnish and Swedish foreign and security policies" (Pesu)

-“Transboundary water management on the borders  between Russia and the European Union” (Lanko)

 -“Impact of the Russia-EU conflict on cross-border cooperation in   the region” (Yarovoi)

-“The Future of EU-Russia Relations” (Forsberg)

Enrolment for University Studies

The course is compulsory for RES Master's Programme IR students (double degree). Other students interested in participating, please, send a short letter of motivation (app. 300 words) to Sirke Mäkinen (Sirke.Makinen at uta.fi) by 1 October 2016.

Teachers

Dmitri Lanko, Teacher responsible
Gleb Yarovoy, Teacher responsible
Tuomas Forsberg, Teacher
Tuomas.Forsberg[ät]uta.fi
Matti Pesu, Teacher
Sirke Mäkinen, Contact person
Sirke.Makinen[ät]uta.fi

Teaching

21-Nov-2016 – 25-Nov-2016
Lectures
Mon 21-Nov-2016, St. Petersburg State University/School of International Relation
Group work

Evaluation

Numeric 1-5.

Evaluation criteria

Lectures and workshops, independent reading, essay writing

Further information

The course is compulsory for RES Master's Programme IR students (double degree). Other students interested in participating, please, send a short letter of motivation (app. 300 words) to Sirke Mäkinen (Sirke.Makinen at uta.fi) by 1 October 2016.