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Virtual platform on International Relations relaunched in Cuba

Virtual platform on International Relations relaunched in Cuba

Havana, Oct 27 (Prensa Latina) The Cuban Foreign Ministry today relaunched the virtual platform Redint for the exchange of knowledge on international relations.
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Through this Cuban Network of Researchers on International Relations (Redint), one can get access to specialized bibliography, develop online debates using its virtual forum, and hold videoconferences.

Created in 2016, it brings together more than a hundred Cuban and foreign professionals, and its main purposes are to promote cooperation among its members, as well as to enhance the visibility of the research results of academics, teachers and specialists.

It also shares with the public the most relevant scientific production of researchers.

Redint has a new website with the most recent articles on the subject, specialized Cuban journals, research projects in progress, the latest books published and the results of academic events.

It also provides information on PhD programs, master’s degrees and courses offered by Cuban universities and study centers, as well as several audiovisual materials and podcasts reflecting the debates and opinions of its researchers.

Coordinated by the Higher Institute of International Relations ‘Raúl Roa García’ (ISRI), this initiative promotes the establishment of alliances and joint projects with other similar networks on an international scale, with the participation of various research centers on the island.

The main contents of this Network are available to the public through the website https://redint.isri.cu/ and you can follow its social networks on Facebook, Twitter and its Youtube channel.


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