This unique executive course is structured along thematic modules involving 75 hours of classes and meetings with leading academics and professionals from the Euroasian region. The effectiveness of the course is enhanced by its advanced teaching methodology involving a structured mix of:
- In-presence classes at the beginning and the end of the course
- Intensive online classes distributed over a definite schedule allowing professionals to combine their active participation with professional engagements.
The course involves the following four thematic modules:
Euroasian Geopolitics: Historical Approaches
Participants will be provided with an overview of relations within Euroasia since the XIX° century with a focus on the ambitions, self-perceptions and perceptions of others, power relations, imperial strategies and colonial mechanisms. Through its comparative perspective, this module will allow participants to gain a detailed insight of how current issues are heavily influenced by geopolitical experiences and traditions.
Euroasian Geopolitics Today
Building upon the historical approaches, participants will continue their advanced training by gaining a detailed overview of the current state of geopolitical interactions within the region and external partners. Particular attention will be directed to issues related to the perception of hegemony and associated security strategies.
The historical and current assessment of Euroasian geopolitics provides the basis to comprehend the current intricacies connected to present-day economic and trade development in the area. At the end of module, participants will gain the necessary political and economic knowledge to identify the most relevant and effective commercial strategies taking into consideration the evolving social and technological developments in the region.
Learning from Experts
The expertise and knowledge gained in the three modules will be complemented with direct interactions with regional economic and political experts. They will be sharing direct experiences and successful cases of economic and commercial developments while describing specific strategies and best-practices required to be successful actors in the region.
Participants are expected to attend the opening and closing classes to held at Luiss Guido Carli in Rome and complete all classes to be delivered online using the university’s Cisco Webex Platform.
Throughout the course, participants will be supported by a dedicated academic tutor and will be able to access relevant class material shared via the Moodle’s enabled Luiss Learn platform.