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[19/02/2021 - Country in focus: Germany] On "Contemporary German Foreign Policy" with H.E. Mr. Cord MEIER-KLODT, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Romania

posted 17 Feb 2021, 06:42 by FSP UB   [ updated 17 Feb 2021, 06:42 ]



The Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies (IDC) 
of the Faculty of Political Science, University of Bucharest 

announces a new event in the series 

Country in focus: Germany 

 
Friday, 19 February 2021, 14:15-15:00


CONTEMPORARY GERMAN
FOREIGN POLICY

Guest speaker
H.E. Mr. Cord MEIER-KLODT
Ambassador, 
Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany to Romania

Event moderated by

Assoc. Prof. Luciana Alexandra GHICA
Director, Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies
&
Joachim UMLAUF 
Director, Goethe Institute Bucharest


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If you already registered for previous events in the series, you do not have to register and you should have received the link for the current event by email. If you have not received the link, please write us at idc@fspub.unibuc.ro.

The module Country in focus: Germany is a series of guest lectures with German and other experts from embassies, cultural institutes, the business environment, political foundations, media, civil society and academia, on contemporary issues related to politics, economy and cultural debates conducted in the German-language sphere (e.g. foreign policy of Germany, cultural and civil society affairs in Germany, German political foundations, the German business environment, Franco-German relations). 

This new event in the series explores the Germany’s Presidency of the Council of the European Union and the current direction of the German foreign policy, with a focus on the role of Germany in Europe and in the world. 

The module is organized jointly by the University of Bucharest through its Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies (IDC) at the Faculty of Political Science, and the Goethe Institute Bucharest, and it offers 3 extra ECTS credits to those who attend 75% of the series and complete the participant survey form at the end (syllabus available here).

All events take place in English. For the moment, meetings will be held exclusively online (usually on Fridays). 

Designed primarily for political science students, the events are open to all interested students and young professionals. 

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The series of seminars “In focus” is an initiative of the Centre for International Cooperation and Development Studies (IDC) of the Faculty of Political Science of the University of Bucharest (FSPUB), and it is organized with governmental and non-governmental partner institutions. Aiming to familiarize students with the political, economic, social and cultural development of various countries around the globe, as well as with the contemporary agenda of international public affairs, this series addresses a significant gap in the Romanian social and political science education, as students rarely have the opportunity to study in more detail anything more than a handful of countries. 

Created in 2011 within the pilot project Professionals in International Relations and European Studies (ProRISE) which later transformed into IDC, this initiative is currently part of the curriculum of the professional MA in International Public Affairs and of the BA in International Relations and European Studies (3 ECTS extra credits). Students from different master programs of the University of Bucharest can also enroll for credits. Pending upon guest availability, especially given the dynamic context of the COVID-19 pandemic, some events may be rescheduled or postponed for the second semester. Upon completion, credits will be provided for the semester when the module started