- published: 13 Mar 2013
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The German Center for Eurasian Studies is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that promotes the realist approach to understanding and explaining contemporary Eurasian affairs. Through research, conferences, and media outreach, we inform policy makers and citizens about global problems and their solutions. The German Center for Eurasian Studies was founded in 2016 and is based in Berlin, Germany.
Get your free audio book: http://blon.us/f/b01bxkzmvc This book discusses the return of geopolitical ideas and doctrines to the post-soviet space with special focus on the new phenomenon of digital geopolitics, which is an overarching term for different political practices including dissemination of geopolitical ideas online, using the internet by political figures and diplomats for legitimation and outreach activity, and viral spread of geopolitical memes. Different chapters explore the new possibilities and threats associated with this digitalization of geopolitical knowledge and practice. Our authors consider new spatial sensibilities and new identities of global as well as local Selves, the emergence of which is facilitated by the internet. They explore recent reconfigurations of the ...
More than 1500 participants from all over the world took part at the Eurasian Economic Youth Forum! The Youth Time delegation presented key initiatives and projects at a roundtable discussion. Pavel Kamynin was part of the EEYF social projects contest jury. Our experts also reported on international trade in financial services during the international educational forum "The WTO model", that was part of the EEYF. Youth Time stand at the Forum exhibition presented our magazines and books.
Close to 120 United Methodist Churches serve the people of Eurasia spiritually and through outreach ministries. In countries that once constituted the former Soviet Union, the church is attracting new members. Vladimir Shaporenko, Executive Secretary -- Europe/Eurasia for Global Ministries, explains that residents of these countries are responding to the church's "holistic western theology." Youth ministry plays a large role in outreach efforts here, and more educational resources are welcome. More at http://10-fold.org.
GEO stands for Globally Engaged in Outreach. LCMS missionary, David Fiala had an opportunity to catch up with some former students during his time as a GEO missionary and teacher in Slovakia. Now several years later these young adults share the importance of the GEO teachers on their lives and their faith.