Cuban and foreign scholars on international political issues develop collateral panels this week, in the context of the VIII Conference on Strategic Studies to be held in this capital from 27 to 29 next.
At the headquarters of the Higher Institute of International Relations (ISRI), young researchers will present their opinions on these issues on Tuesday, while analyzing the crises and trends in the political future of Latin America and the Caribbean, specifically the cases of Mexico, Peru, Argentina, Venezuela, Colombia and Ecuador.
The international migration of Cubans in the hemispheric and global context, as well as the perspectives and challenges of this phenomenon for the island, will also be the subject of debates.
As part of the meeting, several books by ISRI authors were presented on Monday, as well as that of the Italian scholar Andrea Surbone, with the title Philoponics. No debt: equality and freedom.
This edition of the Strategic Studies Conference brings together in Havana researchers, professors, analysts, students and the general public, to deepen on the current situation in international relations, under the slogan Transforming the international order: challenges of the transition and proposals from the South.
Detailed !️ program - VIII Conference on Strategic
👉 Studies Central panels (virtual): 27 to 29/9 Face-to-face side panels: 25 and 26/9
👉 at the headquarters of the @ISRICuba
👉 Virtual collateral panels: 4 and 5/10
Available via YouTube
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Hence, the meeting, which takes place in a hybrid format, has as thematic lines the Redistribution of global power: alliances and associations; Geopolitical conflicts and tensions; Political processes and correlation of forces; Digital social networks and manipulation of information, and Proposals and alternatives from the South, among others.
The Conference, co-sponsored by the Latin American Social Council, will be broadcast on CIPI's YouTube channel (CIPICuba), and can be followed through the website of that study center, and on social networks X, Facebook, Instagram, and Telegram.
In video, report of Canal Caribe
(With information from Prensa Latina)