Lecture on contemporary Russia at the Catholic University in Ruzomberok

On November 22, 2017, Grigorij Mesežnikov delieverd a lecture in the framework of series of lectures of experts invited by the Faculty of Philosophy of the Catholic University in Ružomberok. 


The theme of the lecture and next discussion with the pedagogues and students of journalism and political science was development in contemporary Russia and its socio-political, historical and international context. 


IVO president’s lecture was introduced by Dr. Imrich Gazda from the Department of Journalism at the Faculty of Arts of Catholic University. In his lecture, Grigorij Mesežnikov focused on the basic characteristics of the current political regime in Russia, the history of the Russian state and the policy of the Russian Federation towards the former republics of the USSR, the Western countries, the European Union, Central Europe and Slovakia.

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