Sub-Saharan Africa – Central and Eastern Europe Relations

Prepare to embark on a journey into the dynamic world of Sub-Saharan Africa-Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) relations with an exciting introductory course this August. Led by Dr. Stefan Cibian, this program is tailored for students and individuals passionate about international relations, foreign affairs, and development.

Participants will gain valuable insights into the intricacies of Africa-CEE relations. From understanding historical ties to exploring contemporary dynamics, this hybrid course offers a comprehensive overview.

The course is designed to engage students in enriching discussions and curated learning experiences, providing a solid foundation for grasping key concepts. Whether new to the subject or seeking to deepen your understanding, this course offers a valuable opportunity to expand your knowledge.

The course will take place at the Făgăraș Summer School on August 9, 2024 between 2.30 and 4.00 P.M..

Departments/units: Făgăraș Summer School 2024, Educational Programs Department, Center for International Affairs and Postdevleopment

Regions: Africa, Central and Eastern Europe, Romania

Topics: Postcolonialism, International Development, Sustainable Development Goals, Communism and Totalitarianism, Democracy and Democratization, Foreign Policy and Diplomacy