This website uses third party cookies to improve your experience. If you continue browsing or close this notice, you will accept their use.

Political philosophy and Theories of International Relations

Thu, 11/20/2014 - 17:00 - 20:00

Colloquium in Ethics, Politics, and Society – Political philosophy and Theories of International Relations Tatiana Alekseeva (MGIMO University) Honoured scholar of the Russian Federation, Professor, Dr. of Philosophy. She graduated from MGIMO. Tatiana Alekseeva is a visiting Professor of several US universities. She is the author of 13 books and more than hundred essays and articles. Professor Alekseeva is a winner of the Udaltsov prize. Two books – ”Contemporary Political Theories” and “Political Philosophy” received Best Book awards from the Russian Political Science Association. She is a member of the Board of the Expert Council of the Committee of International Affairs of the Council of the Federation; member of the Expert Committee for the Humanitarian Sciences of the Committee on Sciences and Scientific Technologies of the Russian State Duma; member of the Presidium of the Academy of Political Science; Co-Director for the International Relations Theories and Comparative politics of the Russian International Studies Association. At the same time Professor Alekseeva is a member of the editorial boards of the magazines “Polis”, “Politea”, “International Processes”, “Comparative Politics”, “Eastern Europe” and a publisher of the popular scientific magazine “ Knowledge is Power”. Member of the American Academy of Political Sciences, Elected member of the Russian Academy of Military Sciences. Professor Alekseeva nowadays teaches the following courses: Comparative Foreign Policy; Discourses of Foreign Policy; Business/government Relations; Ideo-political Grounds for Cooperation in World Politics. E-mail: __________________________________________ 17.00-19.00 Sala del Consiglio, Via Pola – Roma The Colloquium in Ethics, Politics, and Society is organized by CEGP-Center for Ethics and Global Politics, directed by Prof. Sebastiano Maffettone.