Eurasian Studies: The Relations Between the East & the West’

Teacher(s): Nina Dadalauri

Lessons: 4/week

When the world as we know it ends, how do we build a different and a better future on the ruins of the past on a state level? When the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) broke down in 1990s, what were the causes and consequences of these massive transformation processes in politics, economy and social life?

This folk high school class combines the fields of comparative politics and area studies in order to get an in-depth understanding of the political, economic and social processes and institutions in the countries ranging from the Eastern Europe to the South Caucasus and the Central Asia, territories that in this course have been pinned as ‘Eurasia’.

The class will tackle past and current affairs across the region and discuss the engagement of global players (eg EU and USA) in the context of political and economic change in Eurasia.

We will discuss relationships among the countries in the region. Conflicts, history and transformation processes in politics, economy and social life.

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