Countries and regions of the world: models of interaction in the digital era
Countries and regions of the world: models of interaction in the digital era

Countries and regions of the world: models of interaction in the digital era

The program is offered at the Faculty of International Relations and Foreign Area Studies of the Institute of History and Archives of RSUH.

The program is designed for students with a bachelor's degree in humanities, social and cultural sciences, as well as for specialists in the field of history, international relations, foreign area studies, political science, economics, jurisprudence, linguistics, culturology.

The originality and attractiveness of this program lies in the combination of regional and country-based approaches, the study of regions and separate countries - their history, politics, business, media and ethnocultural features, with analysis of the use and implementation of digital technologies for the development of the information society and the formation of a global digital community.

The program is multidisciplinary and describes the political, economic and social processes taking place in the countries of Europe and America, Asia and the Middle East under the conditions of digital transformation and interaction of various states and regions of the world, as well as the impact of the digital infrastructure of various states and regions where the data is in digital form are one of the key factors influencing the development and inter-civilization interaction.

The students will have the opportunity to master the theoretical and applied research methods, engage in expert analysis in the field of international relations, study the characteristics of modern digital technologies in the management of national and international political processes, learn the role of digital technologies in diplomatic activity and strategic planning.

Types of occupation: expert analysis, research.

Key disciplines of the program:

  • Research Methodology;
  • Foreign language for professions;
  • History and culture of the region of specialization;
  • History and methodology of comprehensive area studies;
  • Information security in modern international relations;
  • Data security and protection;
  • Digital diplomacy and foreign policy of Russia;
  • Digital technologies in the information tracking system;
  • Foreign policy of the leading states of the world;
  • Ensuring cybersecurity in world politics;
  • Digital technologies in international political research;
  • The processes of political modernization and transformation of the modern world map.

Areas of occupation: state, public and private organizations, political parties, diplomatic missions, research institutes and foundations, expert and analytical centers, government bodies, educational organizations, the media.