The “China-Eurasia” Council For Political and Strategic Research in cooperation with the Institute of Oriental Studies, National Academy of Sciences and the Department of Oriental Studies, International Scientific Educational Centre of National Academy of Sciences organizes “Rethinking China’s Foreign Policy-2018” special course, which will take place from 20 to 25 of September in Yerevan.
- Diplomatic Foundation of Armenia
The Aim of the Special Course
The main aim of this special course is to introduce the peculiarities of China’s Foreign Policy to those who are interested in China and its politics providing them with solid knowledge and information about this rising Superpower, which increases its economic and political influence on a Global Stage.
The special program is planned to be conducted by Armenian and foreign scholars (online) with solid professional background of doing research on issues related to China’s foreign policy. The classes will be conducted in Armenian, Russian and English.
Successful candidates must be under the age of 35, with higher education in the areas of Political Sciences, Oriental Studies, Media and Communication, International Relations, Economics and other related fields.
Successful candidates will get certificates of completion upon graduation.
For applying to the program the following documents are required to be sent in PDF format by 16th of September (deadline) to Dr. Mher Sahakyan at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Motivation Letter (Around 1500 words) specifying why would you like to participate in the program
- 1 recommendation letter from lecturers, supervisors, or from graduates of the 2017 program.
Successful candidates will be notified about the results by 17th of September and will be notified about the exact date and time, format, schedule and other details of the program. Each candidate will receive unique selection procedure to recruit the best candidates and talents into the program. Special Course is FREE of CHARGE.
The classes will start from 19:00 to 21:00 in Yerevan, Armenia.
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Founded in 2016 “China-Eurasia” Council for Political and Strategic Research (CECPSR) is one of the Eurasia’s international policy institutions focused on China and Eurasia defense and security; regional study; and transnational challenges in the era of China’s pivot towards Eurasian mainland and Russia’s and the US’s pivots towards Asia.
It is a bipartisan, nonprofit policy research organization. On the basis of its research and network the CECPSR is ready to provide advises to decision makers in politics and business.
CECPSR focuses on strengthening cooperation, mutual understanding and peace, between individuals and scholars of Eurasian countries and China.
The Institute of Oriental Studies, National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia (IOS NAS RA) was founded in 1971, on the basis of the Department of Oriental Studies, created in 1958. The IOS studies the history, socio-political, international and regional relations, the culture, religion, the problems of national minorities and ethnic groups of the countries and peoples of the Middle East, Caucasus and Eastern Asia from antiquity to the present. From the geographical point of view this is conditioned by the circumstance that the Middle East and Caucasus are the regions which are the immediate neighbors of Armenia, whose ancient and modern history is closely interlaced with the history of the Assyrians, Babylonians, Hittites, Persians, Byzantines, Georgians, Caucasian Albanians, Arabs, Kurds, Turks and other peoples. Besides, in most Arabic countries, Iran, Turkey, Georgia and Northern Caucasus there are active Armenian communities.
The Department of Oriental Studies of the International Scientific-Educational Center of the National Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia was founded in 2008. The establishment of the department proceeded from the need to prepare highly qualified specialists in the field of Oriental Studies, one of the important branches in historiography. Over the last 5 years, the faculty of the department published 20 monographs and 6 study handbooks. Only from 2014 – 2017 the faculty published 120 articles.