Yesterday I participated in presentation of a venia legendi by professor Tero Autio: „Globalization, Curriculum, and New Belongings of Subjectivity“, and a scientific seminar by professor Roland Axtmann: „Cosmopolitanism as Political Philosophy and Social Theory“. Professor Tero Autio (professor at the University of Tampere, a candidate for the position of Professor of Theories of Curriculum […]
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Facing the end of January already, I feel a bit obliged to say something about the Hungarian Presidency Programme that leads the EU until the 30th of June 2011. The key events and keywords are: The second Eastern Partnership Summit (EaP Summit) is taking place in Hungary in May 2011, targeting the EU Member States and six […]
What to do if desperately misunderstood, attacked and opposed by people? Escape from such people really feels as a good idea. Consequently, for general intelligence, educative, mental (and physical) wellbeing reasons, I organized myself an out-of-school visit to the United Arab Emirates. My first impressions? Well … I had heard about the economic leap, but […]
The Journal of Contemporary European Studies has published its 4th isssue on developments in EU-Asia relations. The number contains Editorial Foreword written by Maria Garcia: The Complex and Multifaceted Nature of EU-Asia Relations; six research articles: Michael Smith, Huaixian Xie, “The European Union and China: The Logics of ‘Strategic Partnership”, Pietro De Matteis, “EU-China Cooperation In […]
The Estonian parliamentary journal Riigikogu Toimetised published my second article “Political Parties on European Level“. The article first defines political parties on European level, distinguishes political foundations on European level from those and introduces the legal basis of action of the named entities. Thereafter the article describes the work and history of political parties on […]
This Friday (3 December 2010 at 10-13) I am reading two lectures on legal remedies in EU law to the Estonian lawyers at the National Library of Estonia (Main Conference Hall has been booked, although the topic is not that novel). As it could be useful to introduce the scientific concept of remedies because the term […]
I recently wrote a book review: Nicola Casarini. Remaking Global Order. The Evolution of Europe-China Relations and its Implications for East Asia and the United States. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010. Pp. 344. ISBN: 978-0-19-956007-3 As I am expecting the book review to be published (I myself would really more elaborate on the style of the review), […]
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