Midpoint in the second week of in-house classes for 2016, IRO students took part in a series of lecture and an organized excursion on Germany’s parliamentary history.
News from Oct 12, 2016
IRO students have already gone through the half of their time together. Wednesday has been awaiting them with even more interesting and topical research issues to discover and discuss. After the classes, many of the junior students participated in an organized excursion on Germany’s parliamentary history in the very heart of Berlin. The exhibition Milestones – Setbacks – Sidetracks. The Path to Parliamentary Democracy in Germany is displayed in the cathedral Deutscher Dom at Gendarmenmarkt square.
Today, EES students met their Politics instructor Prof. Dr. Irina Busygina, Head of the Center for Regional Political Studies at MGIMO. She joined CGP in-house class for the first time. We are happy to welcome her aboard.
The 11th run of IRO could not finish their first in-house class without entering the fantasy world of International Relations theory with Dr. Daniel Kuchler. Their journey has just begun, we hope they will enjoy it.