Essays by Foreign Fellows
Guest Lectures from Abroad
Zdenek t'astný(Institute of Sociology, Slovakian Academy
of Sciences): "The Main Directions in the Transformation of Economy and
Agriculture in Slovakia," February 1, 1999.
Aziz Niyazi (Institute of Oriental Studies, Russian
Academy of Sciences): "Problems of Democratization and Environmental
Protection in Central Asia," March 16, 1999.
Petr Krauchanka (The Ambassador of the Republic of
Belarus in Japan): "The past, present and future of the Republic of
Belarus," April 23, 1999.
Ivan Bennet (Institute of Economics, Hungarian Academy of
Sciences): "The EU Enlargement: Finnish Experiences and Hungarian
Dilemmas," April 27, 1999.
Bruno Dallago (University of Trento, Italy): "Asset
Specificity, Stability and Change of the Economic System: Transition in
Central-Eastern Europe," April 28, 1999.
K. Fröhberg (University of Halle, Germany): "Impact of
East Enlargement of the EU," May 26, 1999.
Tsuyoshi Hasegawa (University of California, USA):
"American-Soviet Relations Over the Kuril Islands at the Closing Stages
of World War II," June 17, 1999.
L. Son (Film director, Kazakhstan): The Korean in Central
Asia after the Breakup of the Soviet Union," June 29, 1999.
H. Eitzen (Columbia University, USA): "Creating
World-Pictures for a New Nation: The Kazakhstani Experience," July 21,
I. Il'chev (Sofia University, Bulgaria):
"Bulgarian-Russian Relations in the First World War," July 28, 1999.
Geoffrey Jukes (Australian National University):
"Russia's Medium Term Prospects as an Asia-Pacific Participant,"
September 27, 1999.
G. Széll (University of Osnabrük, Germany): "Europe with
a Human Face," October 6, 1999.
Dmitrii Prigov (Artist, poet, performer, Russia): "The
Front of Modern Russian Literature," October 18, 1999.
Gennadii Bordiugov (Moscow State University, Russia):
"The Politics and Order of Extraordinary Steps in the History of
Twentieth Century Russia," November 2, 1999.
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