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Walter Schwimmer, the President of IISES, on the International Youth Forum «Greater Europe Meetings 2019»
Below you can find Walter Schwimmer's report
CALL FOR PAPERS
The 6th International Scientific Congress “Globalistics-2020”: “Topical issues and future of humankind” will be held on May 18-23, 2020 at the Lomonosov Moscow State University traditionally organizing and hosting the Congresses “Globalistics” since 2009.
The Congress is a main platform for interdisciplinary dialogue in the field of science and education, formation and strengthening ties between scientists from all over the world.
The focus area of the Congress is the study of global issues and the future of humanity.
Scientists, researchers, teachers and students whose research interests relate to the study of global issues and international relations are invited to participate in the Congress.
If you are interested in attending the Congress, please contact us.
Further details about the Congress will be sent to you later and will be posted here.
Is the increasing multipolarity dragging the world into chaos?
Russia has re-established itself as a pivotal state between Europe, Asia and America, with decisive influence on many of the conflicts that affect surrounding regions. Both Russia and India are members of BRICS and the Shanghai Cooperation Organizations which show potential in the future to replace respectively the G-7 and NATO in terms of importance. The Russian leadership does not wish to weaken the European Union, but rather to establish with it or its leading members a reliable partnership immune to US or any other diktats and pressures.
Some of the planners of EIR met in Vienna in late July. They represented the International Institute for Social and Economic Studies in Vienna, Austria, chaired by Dr Walter Schwimmer, former Secretary-General of the Council of Europe (the IISES Secretary-General is Dr Vladimir Kulikov); Moscow State University in Russia; the International Institute for Global Analyses “Vision & Global Trends” in Rome, Italy chaired by Dr Tiberio Graziani; and Paris-Berlin-Moscou founded by business executive and international affairs expert Henri de Grossouvre. This writer was among them.
The International Institute for Social and Economic Studies invites you to the launch of a series of “IISES Seminars, Lectures and Discussions”:
Tuesday, May 15, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 12.30 a.m.
with Prof. Vasily Simchera, Director, Statistical Institute of the Russian State Committee on Statistics (2000 – 2011)
in the premises of “Austria Living”, 1010 Wien, Dorotheergasse 6-8 / DG 27
(close to St.Stephen’s Square, Metro U1 and U3)
on “Is Digital Economy Based on Reliable and Smart Data Possible? Introducing Binominal Statistics” (IISES Special Report)
IISES Seminars and Lectures Program Include a unique variety of personalities and formats including:
- - Dr. Walter Schwimmer, President IISES, Secretary General Council of Europe 1999-2004, “Enabling Economic Pragmatism Mechanisms in the Times of Economic Turbulence”
- - Tom Mahon, founder, TomMahonBooks “The Digital Revolution Succeeded as a Technical Project; Now it Must Succeed as a Human Project”
- - Dr. Andrey Klepach, Deputy Chairman – Board Member, State Corporation “Bank for Development and Foreign Economic Affairs (Vnesheconombank)”, on “Lessons from contemporary crisis for economic development of Russia” (IISES Special Report)
- - Prof. Deepak (Kumar) Lal, Senior Vice-President, Mont Pelerin Society, “Some ideas in connection with a new book “War or Peace: The Struggle for world power” (2018, Oxford University Press)
Participation fees for seminars and webinars (regular 300 Euro) with launching discount 200 Euro.
Academics institutions can register one participant free of charge.
Prof. Vasily Simchera, Director, Statistical Institute of the Russian State Committee on Statistics (2000 – 2011) on
“Is Digital Economy Based on Reliable and Smart Data Possible? Introducing Binominal Statistics”
(IISES Special Report)
“Austria Living”, 1010 Wien, Dorotheergasse 6-8 / DG 27