VII Intercollegiate Scientific Conference «Africa in the Context of Forming a New System of International Relations» at FGSN
VII Intercollegiate Scientific Conference «Africa in the Context of Forming a New System of International Relations» at FGSN
On February 28, 2017, in the hall No. 415 of the Faculty of Humanitarian and Social Sciences of the Peoples' Friendship University, the VII Inter-University Scientific Conference "Africa in the Context of Forming a New System of International Relations"

February 28, 2017 in the hall number 415

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

VII Interuniversity Scientific Conference

"Africa in the context of the formation of

New system of international relations "

The conference is dedicated to the theme

"International conflicts and the problem

Genocide in international relations ".

Scientists, graduate students, students are invited.

The conference starts at 10.30 clock.

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