Participants of the "InterRussia" internship program discussed Russia's place in the world with Fyodor Lukyanov

International Relations
On April 18, participants of the “InteRussia” internship program discussed Fyodor Lukyanov, an international journalist and editor-in-chief of the journal "Russia in Global Politics". The topic of the conversation was the future of the world order and the course that Russia will follow.

As the expert noted, after February 2022, both Russia's domestic and foreign policy will undergo major changes.

Project “InteRussia”, implemented in 2021, has provided a unique experience of cooperation and combining potentials of top scientific and political institutions and is the first and only program of this kind in Russia. The goal of InteRussia is to strengthen and expand academic, social and cultural ties, develop conditions for a meaningful dialogue between young professionals in the political and academic communities of Russia and foreign countries.

The topic of the new internship program is “The post-Soviet space 30 years after the breakup of the USSR”. During the next six weeks, 10 young scholars from Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan will be conducting individual studies under the guidance of top academic advisors of MGIMO. The participants will meet with representatives of the scientific and expert community and governmental officials, visit educational and sociopolitical platforms and will be able to attend public diplomacy events hosted by partners.

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