News & Events
The Centre for EU-Russia Studies organises and sponsors a variety of events related to research, teaching and public outreach in the field of EU-Russia Studies. This includes frequent public lecture and special seminars, academic conferences, Summer and Winter Schools as well as regular publication of academic studies and media articles.
- 1st European Workshop in International Studies (EWIS), organised by the European International Studies Association (EISA, formerly the ECPR-Standing Group in International Relations), 5 – 8 June 2013 in Tartu, Estonia.
- International Workshop: “Religion, Law and Policy Making: European Norms and National Practices in Eastern Europe and the Russian Federation”, organised by the Center for EU-Russia Studies (CEURUS), 13 – 14 June 2013 in Tartu, Estonia.
- 2nd Martens Summer School on International Law, organized by the Center for EU-Russian Studies (CEURUS), University of Tartu, 28.07.-02.8.2013.
- Public lectures:
06.03.2013: Public lecture by Alexander Lomanov (Institute of Far Eastern Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences) on “The Change of Leadership in China and Its Consequences for the EU and Russia” View lecture on UTTV)
02.12.2012: Public lecture by Hiski Haukkala (University of Tampere, Finland) on “The Role of National Perspectives in the EU’s Russia Policy”
12.09.2012: Public lecture by Andrey Y. Melville (Higher School of Economics, Moscow): “How do transitions to democracy get stuck and where?
See other public lectures organized by CEURUS
- Winter/Summer schools:
10-16 February 2013: 3rd International Winter School “Transformation of Modern Statehood: Sovereignty, Memory, Identity”, organised by CEURUS/HSE Moscow in Kääriku (Estonia).
29.07.-03.08.2012: 1st Martens Summer School on International Law: “Russia and International Human Rights”, in Pärnu, Estonia
Previous Winter/Summer school
04.03.2013: Conference: “Democracy, Development, Modernization: Insights from Three Worlds” in Tartu, Estonia
Other CEURUS conferences