On June 19 in Kiev was held a round table of the Ukrainian and Russian political scientists "Political reforms in Ukraine and Russia ".
On June 19 in Kiev was held a round table of the Ukrainian and Russian political scientists "Political reforms in Ukraine and Russia ". The round table was held under the initiative of the director of the Kiev centre of political researches and conflict studies M. Pogrebinsky within the framework of " Year of Russia in Ukraine. The meeting of Russian and Ukrainian experts has passed at organizational support of Institute of Sociology of National Academy of Science of Ukraine.
From the Ukrainian party in a round table have taken part: the deputy director of Institute of sociology of National Academy of Science of Ukraine Eugeny Golovaha, the director of the Kiev institute of global strategy Vadim Karasev, the deputy director of Institute political and ethnopolitical researches of Ukraine Jury Levenets; the director of the Ukrainian branch of the International institute of humanitarian-political researches Vladimir Malinkovich, the chairman of board of the Centre of applied political science "Penta" Vladimir Fesenko.
The following questions have been discussed:
• Comparison of the basic directions of political transformations in Ukraine and Russia on modern a stage. What is common and what is different? On what levels the basic political transformations are concentrated in two countries?
• In what degree Ukraine and Russia come nearer or, on the contrary, keep away from standards of the European pluralistic democracy? What it is necessary to make to expand frameworks of democratic processes in two countries and at the same time to not allow destabilization of a political situation? How it is necessary to concern to phenomena of " controlled democracy " and what their prospects?
• How in Russia estimate a direction of the Polish and Ukrainian contingent to Iraq and a politics of Ukraine concerning the NATO? What today's purposes of foreign policy of Russia, including concerning Ukraine?