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On October 20-21, 2020, the Institute of History, Archeology and ethnology, FEB RAS has held the 17th All-Russia Young Scientists Online Conference with International Participation “The Far East in Global and Local Historical Trends”. The conference was organized by the Council of Young Scientists with the support of the Institute’s Administration. Read more →

On October  10 the XXI Far Eastern book Exhibition-Fair “Printing House” – 2020   has summed up the results.  The book forum has been held since 1997 and presented more than 450 far eastern companies. Every year experts award to «The Best books» of the region in 28 nominations. Read more →

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FEB RAS YouTube channel presents a cycle of lectures “Archaeology of the Nomadic Empires” (in Russian) by Professor Nikolay N. Kradin, the Director of the Institute of History, Archaeology and Ethnography FEB RAS, Corresponding Member of the RAS. Read more →

On September 14–20 2020, the VII International Scientific Conference “Sakhalin Island” by A.P. Chekhov in the 21st Century”   was held, dedicated to the 160th anniversary of the birth of A.P. Chekhov, the 130th anniversary of his trip to Sakhalin and the 125th anniversary of the publication of his book “Sakhalin Island” as a separate edition. Read more →

On 12-14 September 2020, Nepal Institute for International Cooperation and Engagement (NIICE), an Independent Think Tank based in Nepal will host the International Young Scholars Summit – 2020. This Summit is a gathering between 50 to 120 young people from around the world to come together to discuss, find solutions, share best practices and develop innovative projects on youth empowerment, conflict transformation and Peacebuilding. The webinar will be live on Youtube.

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On 8 September 2020, in Vladivostok, the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Institute of History, Archeology and Ethnography of the Peoples of the Far East FEB RAS and the Russian Historical Society held, the International Scientific Conference «75th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War and World War II: Lessons from History and the Present»

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Throughout its history the Russian Far East has had many faces. It was a springboard to the Pacific for the Tsarist empire, a global hub to-be, a magnet for migrants and a sealed-off, militarized borderland. Read more →

The Interview by N.N. Goryachev, Junior Research Fellow of the Laboratory of Situation Analysis to the Vladnews Agency: https://vladnews.ru/2019-09-24/159370/primorskiy_uchnyy

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