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Influence of Russian-Georgian conflict on European security to be discussed in Tallinn2008-12-10 09:53
«Russian-Georgian conflict and Estonia» is the leading topic of the seventh The Civilian World forum, to be held on December, 10th , Regnum informs.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Alexander Rahr, a well-known expert and political scientist from Germany, and Manana Nachkebia, the Secretary-General of the New Rights party, are expected to present their speeches.
According to many experts, the events in the Caucasus in august 2008 considerably influenced the security of Europe, including Estonia. Possible risks and scenarios of further development of the situation are expected to be analyzed at the forum.
Another planned event is the public discussion, with Professor Tyn Vijk and Ahto Lobjakas, the correspondent of the Free Europe radio (Estonian office).
Their opponents are: Evgeniy Golikov, Ph.D, and Sergey Stadnikov, historian. The presenter of the forum is Rejn Toomla, political scientist.
The Civilian World forum was first held on May 4th, 2007. The leading topic was the events of April, 2007, the dismantling of the Bronze Soldier.
According to the agency, the purpose of the forum is to develop dialog between different communities, to analyze problems, flaws and possible directions of integration policy in Estonia. The events of the forum are traditionally open to wide public, well-known experts and public figures are welcomed.