University Education in Situation of Increasing of Geopolitical Tensions

Interview with Francis Fukuyama

Authors

  • Francis Fukuyama Stanford University
  • Sergiy Kurbatov National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine

Keywords:

history, “the end of history”, democratic forms of governance, Orange revolution, Euromaidan, university, academic freedom, social sciences

Abstract

In his exclusive interview to our journal the director of Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law at Stanford University Francis Fukuyama explains his famous idea about “the end of history” and its relevance toward contemporary situation. Analyzing contemporary political processes, Francis Fukuyama stresses the current competition of democratic and non-democratic forms of governance and underlines the role of Ukraine as a country, where this competition is especially intensive. So, the results of the overcoming of Ukrainian crisis would be crucial for further development of world civilization. Francis Fukuyama also shares his vision of current situation in social sciences and humanities and their role in university life of the 21st century.

Author Biographies

Francis Fukuyama, Stanford University

Director of Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law and Oliver Nomellini Senior Fellow at Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies

Sergiy Kurbatov, National Academy of Educational Sciences of Ukraine

PhD, Head of Department of Leadership and Institutional Development, Institute of Higher Education;
Affiliated researcher, Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies, University of Uppsala, Sweden

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Published

2015-06-01

How to Cite

Fukuyama, F., & Kurbatov, S. (2015). University Education in Situation of Increasing of Geopolitical Tensions: Interview with Francis Fukuyama. Filosofiya Osvity. Philosophy of Education, 16(1), 133–139. Retrieved from https://philosopheducation.com/index.php/philed/article/view/526

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