Pooling Academic Excellence with Entrepreneurship for New Partnerships
Edited By Martin Forstner, Hannelore Lee-Jahnke and Mingjiong Chai
This volume contains contributions in English, French, German and Italian.
Sustainable Values and Networking in T/I-Training as a Response to Geopolitical Changes
The current report is based on two sources: an evaluation of geopolitical conditions with regard to interpreters and translators and a sociolinguistic survey on stereotypes and values that shape the direction of sociocultural interaction between people from the CIS and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in conditions of cultural integration.
In this context it is reasonable to make several introductory remarks on the character of dealing with humanitarian and other issues in the framework of geopolitical theories:
– applied and empirical research plays a major role in geopolitical theories;
– interdisciplinary approach is the only way to address geopolitical issues, as it combines information obtained in different disciplines;
– geopolitics claims to be a universal science, capable of accounting for the origins and progress of natural, social, economic, cultural, historical and other processes;
– geopolitics as is implied by the parts of its name (geo and politics) develops concepts affecting primarily geographical space;
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