Actual problems of studying the Asia-Pacific countries
- The purpose of this course: to acquaint students with the main countries of the Asia-Pacific region, its history and main stages of the development. Show the main challenges with which the APR countries faced during the XX-XXI centuries.
- Able to improve and develop intellectual and cultural level, build a trajectory of professional development and career.
- Able to develop complex oriental projects using modern conceptual models and research technologies of domestic and foreign oriental studies Able to use traditional and interactive methods of classroom and extracurricular work in the framework of teaching the basics of oriental studies and teaching various special oriental disciplines
- Able to freely carry out professional and scientific communication in foreign languages Able to search for information on topical issues in Asia and and process it using modern methods of qualitative and quantitative analysis Able to independently identify the problematic field of research in the field of various aspects of the study of Asia and Africa
- Able to solve problems in professional and social activities, taking into account social, socio-cultural, socio-political, ethnocultural and religious differences between the peoples of Asia and Africa Able to understand and analyze scientific, political and journalistic literature on the development of Asia and Africa, including in foreign languages
- Lecture 1. Seminar 1. Introduction to the course.
- Lecture 2. Seminar 2. Territorial disputes in the APR
- Lecture 3. Seminar 3. Main features of US foreign policy in Asia
- Lecture 4. Seminar 4. Are India and Japan still the Great Powers?
- Lecture 5. Seminar 5. Changing in China's international position
- Lecture 6. Seminar 6. The Role of Russia in the APR
- 2023/2024 1st module0.4 * Group Presentation + 0.35 * Essay + 0.25 * In-Class Participation
- Damayanti, A. (2018). US Pivot and Stability in the Asia Pacific Region. https://doi.org/10.20473/jgs.9.1.2015.63-80
- Heritage, A. V. aut. (2020). Order, Contestation and Ontological Security-Seeking in the South China Sea by Anisa Heritage, Pak K. Lee.
- Perwita, A. A. B., & Tertia, J. (2018). India-Japan Maritime Security Cooperation in Indo-Pacific: Creating a Maritime Power Nexus in Balancing China (2012-2017). https://doi.org/10.19166/verity.v10i19.1306
- Vassilieva, A., & Akaha, T. (2014). Russia and East Asia : Informal and Gradual Integration. Routledge.
- Will China’s rise be peaceful? Security, stability, and legitimacy edited by Asle Toje. (2018).