International Dialogue – 2016

International dialogue: East-West 2016
seventh international scientific conference

Date: 15 and 16 April 2016
Place: International Slavic University “G. R. Derzhavin” – Sveti Nikole
Number of participants: 210
Number of articles: 141
Countries: 7
ISSN print: 1857-9299
ISSN online: 1857-9302

Scientific Journals:

  1. Economics.pdf
  2. Law and Political Science.pdf
  3. Philosophy, Linguistic and Culture.pdf
  4. Psychology, Pedagogy and Education.pdf

Organizational Committee:

President: PhD Jordan Gjorcev, Macedonia
Vice President: 
Vladislav M. Yuryev, Russia
MSc Borche Serafimovski, Macedonia

Editors Committee:

PhD Dushan Nikolovski, Macedonia
PhD Aleksandar Ilievski – Macedonia
PhD Miroslav Krstic – Serbia
PhD Zdravko Gargarov – Bulgaria
PhD Hadjib Salkic – Bosnia and Herzegovina
PhD Tatyana Osadchaya – Russia

Main Topics:

Law and Political Science:

  1. Theory and History of the State and Law, Constitutional Law
  2. Civil Law, Civil and Arbitration Process
  3. Criminal Law and Procedure
  4. International Relations and World Politics
  5. Political Institutions, Processes and Technologies
  6. Administrative Law and Public Administration
  7. International Public Law, EU Law and Diplomacy
  8. Finance and Business Law
  9. Man and Society: Civil Society In Post-Socialist Countries
  10. From the Governing Political Parties Towards the Projects of the Political Parties: Party Systems in Post-Socialist Countries
  11. Conflicts of Interest: Political and Military Conflicts in the Post-Socialist Area
  12. New Global Realignment – Spheres of Interest and Geopolitical Doctrine In the World
  13. Polarization and Crisis as Strategies that Encourages Terrorism
  14. The New World Order as a Strategic Perspective and a Critical Writing of History
  15. European Union, the East-West Polarization and Governance in Times of Change

Psychology and Pedagogy:

  1. Personal and Interpersonal, National and International, Ethnic and Inter-Ethnic… Tolerance and Acceptance – Psychology of Peace
  2. Sexuality – Stereotypes, Prejudices, Trends
  3. From Vulnerability to Resilience – Psychotherapeutic Approaches
  4. Law & Order: Psychology in The Legal System
  5. An Interdisciplinary Approach in the Promotion of Mental Health
  6. Family, Marriage, Partnership Relations – Challenges and Approaches For Better Functionality
  7. Psychological Aspects of Contemporary Organization of Teaching
  8. Advantages and Disadvantages of External Evaluation/Testing
  9. Prevention of “Burn Out” and Mobbing in the Workplace
  10. The Mixing of Cultures as a Reality of the Contemporary World
  11. Psychological Tolerance From Interpersonal and Intercultural Aspects
  12. The Collective Subject as a Phenomenon of Modern Relationships
  13. Spirituality as a Source of Personal and Collective Orientation
  14. Socio-Psychological Research on Aggression
  15. Globalization and Contemporary Models of Education


  1. New Challenges of Economic Efficiency
  2. The Economy and Political Thought in the Development of the Global Economy
  3. The Role and Effectiveness of Fiscal Policy in the Stabilization of the Economies
  4. Contemporary Economies Through the Lens of Recent Economic and Political Situations
  5. A New Agenda of Human Resources Management and Organizational Effectiveness
  6. The International Character of Changes and Management Practices
  7. Financial Institutions and the New Global Trends
  8. Modern Trends and Challenges in the Fields of Accounting and Auditing
  9. Challenges of Marketing in the Modern Market Economy
  10. New Content of the Marketing Trends in Social and Digital Media
  11. Socio-Economic Problems of the Contemporary Society and Possible Solutions
  12. Trends and Models of Development of the Tourism Industry
  13. Applied Aspects of Regional Economic Development
  14. Information Technologies in Economics And Business
  15. Theoretical and Applied Aspects of the International Cooperation Between Russia and Macedonia

Philosophy, Linguistics and Culture:

  1. Philosophy and Education – Philosophical Problems in Education
  2. The Nature and Limits of the Philosophy of Education
  3. Ethics and the History of Philosophy – Tradition, Memory, Identity
  4. Philosophy, Culture and the Shaping of Worldview
  5. Philosophy of gender, race, sexuality
  6. Philosophical Theory of Values
  7. Applied Ethics
  8. Philosophy and Society
  9. Cultural Traits of the Russian-Speaking Community in Macedonia
  10. Comparative Analysis of the Culture of Macedonian Cities
  11. Continuity of the Ancient Culture of Macedonia and the Contemporary World
  12. Contemporary Culturo-Linguistic Tendencies
  13. Humanism as the Objective of Literary and Artistic Creation
  14. The Interpretative Potential of Lexical Categories
  15. Cognitive Mechanisms of the Interpretative Functions of Language

Photo Gallery, 2016