The conference was attended by Khachik Galstyan, Doctor of History of Political Science at YSU Faculty of International Relations.
According to Mr. Kh. Galstyan one of the most large-scale integration processes going on in the post-Soviet space is the Eurasian Integration Project, which is gradually expanding its geography and scope of cooperation.
It should be noted that during the meetings and discussions the experience and peculiarities of teaching YSU conflict-related subjects (conflict transformation, negotiation technologies) were presented.
Kh. Galstyan's scientific report was dedicated to the possibilities of applying the integration paradigm to the transformation of post-Soviet space ethno-political conflicts.
"Probably the most urgent of these are the issues of participation in the Eurasian integration of the conflict regions of the Eurasian territory and the unrecognized states," Kh. Galstyan.
In this context, the author considers the experience of the activities of the Euroregions and the possibilities of applying this model to the integration of unrecognized states in the Eurasian territory.