Digest for 95-03-24



                          Table of Contents

WHAT'S NEW . . .

#01-24 March 95  The Study in Russia Program Summer, 1995 for Theatre

#02-24 March 95  New NIS Business Documents

#03-24 March 95  New Issue of RUSAG-L Current Events

#04-24 March 95  "Moscow 1995: An International Conference on Distance
                 Education" Updates

#05-24 March 95  East-West International Conference on Human-Computer
                 Interaction


RECENT EMAIL . . .

#01-24 March 95  Sender:  firstum@earlham.edu
                 Subject: Vilnius-St Petersburg

#02-24 March 95  Sender:  Spencer D Short sac14918@saclink.csus.edu
                 Subject: Russian Crime Statistics

#03-24 March 95  Sender:  HRSSRS - Ethel Dunn    edunn@well.sf.ca.us
                 Subject: new law on social protection for disabled in Russia

#04-24 March 95  Sender:  "Andrew Shipilov"
ASHIPILOV@roch-ltc2.ro.cc.mn.us
                 Subject: Ukrainian Embassy in Washington

#05-24 March 95  Sender:  delphig@CAM.ORG (Delphi Canada / Delphi Russia)
                 Subject: Wood plant in Krasnovarsk

#06-24 March 95  Sender:  Andrea LaFayette-Fisher    citzinfo@teleport.com
                 Subject: Biz Contacts in Irkutsk Region

#07-24 March 95  Sender:  citzinfo@teleport.com (Andrea LaFayette-Fisher)
                 Subject: Re: Digest for 95-03-17

#08-24 March 95  Sender:  "KS Enterprises International"   kse@dhm.com
                 Subject: New switch completed - Cyberlink

#09-24 March 95  Sender:  Professor John C. K. Daly
                          BOKCU%KSUVM@solar.rtd.utk.edu
                 Subject: Study Tour in Theatre Studies to Voronezh,
                          July 1995

#10-24 March 95  Sender:  ac737@lafn.org (Michael Segal)
                 Subject: Export Financing for Ukraine (fwd)

#11-24 March 95  Sender:  "Tracy A. Feeney"    moscow@AACU.NW.DC.US
                 Subject: UPDATE -- Moscow 1995: An International Conference
                          on Distance Education

APPENDIX:        LISTSERV address & basic procedures

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WHAT'S NEW . . .

*  The Study in Russia Program Summer 1995 is a survey of Russian culture
   through the investigation of the basic principles of stage dance,
   Stanislavsky's method of basic principles of drama, great Russian
   playwrights, plus much more.  This program, through Kansas State
   University,  will take place in Voronezh, Russia during July of 1995
   and provides college credit. Information about this program can be
   found from the Education and the Travel page. (Also see email message
   #009)

*  Two new NIS BISNIS doucuemnts have been added to the Business and
   Economic page.  They are:

       - Newly-Built Hotels in Tashkent, Samarkand and Bukhara for
            Sale or Lease
       - USG Assistance Nudges Key Central Asian Nation Onto The
            Infobahn - Email Connectivity (also availble from the
            Telecommunications page)

*  The new issue of RUSAG-L's Current Events can be found from our Science
   page.

*  Updates on the "Moscow 1995: An International Conference on Distance
   Education" can be obtained from our "Funding and Exchange, Meeting and
   Conferences" page.  The orginal message about this conference was also
   in our February 24, 1995 digest.  (Also see today's email message #011)

*  Also from our Funding and Exchange, Meeting and Conferences page is
   pointer to the WWW server about the 1995 East-West International
   Conference on Human-Computer Interaction.  It also has lots of other
   resources on Russia.  EWHCI is held every summer in Russia.  This year's
   conference will be in St. Petersburg from July 4-8.

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E-MAIL POSTINGS . . .

Please continue to send your e-mail to friends@solar.rtd.utk.edu.


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Sender:  firstum@earlham.edu
Subject: Vilnius-St Petersburg

I've been following Friends and Partners with much appreciation.

Does someone know whether it is possible to make advance reservations
for overnight trains between Vilnius and St Petersburg from the USA?
(Or are the trains so uncrowded that I shouldn't worry?  I want to
arrive in Petersburg on May 1.)

Thanks!

Johan

Johan Maurer, Friends United Meeting
Richmond, Indiana, USA
firstum@earlham.edu (or) 72763.366@compuserve.com

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Sender:  Spencer D Short sac14918@saclink.csus.edu
Subject: Russian Crime Statistics

Dear FRIENDS,
      I am a junior at Sacramento State University majoring in government
and minoring in criminal justice and am trying to put together a research
paper on Russian (CIS) crime and governmental and economic corruption due to
the crime. I have checked all major sources that came to mind(namely
NEWSWEEK and FOREIGN AFFAIRS). The problem that I am having in collecting
data is that there are no real numbers that any of these stories use that
can be verified (percentages of crimes now as opposed to five or ten
years ago)If anyone can help point me to another source(s) or give me
anecdotes of what the situation
as regards to crime in Russia (CIS) is, I would be very happy to hear about
them.
                Thank You,
                      Spencer Short

                      sac14918@saclink1.csus.edu

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Sender:  HRSSRS - Ethel Dunn    edunn@well.sf.ca.us
Subject: new law on social protection for disabled in Russia

I'd be very grateful if any friend on this list would send me commentary on
the new law on social protection of disabled, particularly the social
implications. I read Russian but haven't mastered downloading it. I see
Izvestiia, Uchitel'skaia gazeta, Litgazeta, Sel'skaia zhizn', Sel'skaia nov,
Sotsial'noe obespecheniia and Zravookhranenie. Local commentary would be
very interesting. Ethel Dunn

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Sender:  "Andrew Shipilov"    ASHIPILOV@roch-ltc2.ro.cc.mn.us
Subject: Ukrainian Embassy in Washington

Dear friends,

Is there anyone who knows the E-mail address of the Ukrainian Embassy
either in Washington D.C. or in Chicago IL.

Thank you very much.

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Andrew V. Shipilov                      "We cannot change the wind,
Rochester Community College              but we can adjust the sales"
Rochester MN, USA                        Unknown author
phone/fax (507)-252-5917
e-mail: ashipilov@roch-ltc2.ro.cc.mn.us
======================================================================

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Sender:  delphig@CAM.ORG (Delphi Canada / Delphi Russia)
Subject: Wood plant in Krasnovarsk

Can anyone find information for me on the activites (if it's still in
existance) of a wood processing company called

Yenisei-Universal-2   having it's head office at Krasnovarsk, Pos.
Industrialny, 12b

Any information would be appreciated!
Thank you

Vladimir Ivanov
Monntreal, Canada
Delphi Group International
6 Edison, St. Lambert (Montreal)
P.Q. Canada J4R 2P2

Phone: 514-672-1734
Fax: 514-465-8129
E-Mail: Delphig@cam.org

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Sender:  Andrea LaFayette-Fisher    citzinfo@teleport.com
Subject: Biz Contacts in Irkutsk Region

Dear Friends,

Our Irkutsk center is quite often visited by Irkutsk business people who
want to find a partner in the US, or an investor.  If you have any
interest in the business climate in the Irkutsk area, please send your
name and inquiry to me at: citzinfo@teleport.com

I will be happy to answer questions about business in that area, or to
help you find a partner for business or other professional reasons.

Andrea LaFayette-Fisher

citzinfo@teleport.COM  Public Access User --- Not affiliated with Teleport
Public Access UNIX and Internet at (503) 220-1016 (2400-14400, N81)

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Sender:  citzinfo@teleport.com (Andrea LaFayette-Fisher)
Subject: Re: Digest for 95-03-17

Dear Friends,

Please note that any of you who are in the Portland, Oregon area on
Wednesday, April 5th are invited to attend East West Business Association's
April meeting.

The presentation this time will be "Volunteer Opportunities in the FSU."
The focus will be professional training, such as done through Peace Corps
and Citizens' Democracy Corps.  We will have former CDC participants
speaking of their experiences, and describing opportunities to participate.
There will be other speakers as well, possibly some from VOCA --- we aren't
certain yet. Andrea LaFayette-Fisher will describe what it takes to set up
your own non-profit opportunity in Russia, as she experienced in helping to
establish a professional development/information center in Irkutsk.

The meeting will begin around 6:00 pm, and will be held in EWBA's new
meeting space --- the Cascade Room on the second floor of Smith Center at
Portland State University.

For more information, please e-mail to: citzinfo@teleport.com

Vse Oni Talantie, vse oni krasavtzi, vse oni poeti..

Andrea LaFayette-Fisher
Citizens' Information Initiative
citzinfo@Teleport.com

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Sender:  "KS Enterprises International"   kse@dhm.com
Subject: New switch completed - Cyberlink

Good news.  Finally, Cyberlink has completed the installation of a new
switch.  All customers, who's applications were processed prior to March 5,
1995, should be connected and should be able to make international calls
without any problems.  Even though you haven't received a confirmation letter
from Cyberlink,  just dial 1-800-867-0288.  If you will get a dial tone after
you dial this number, it means that your account is established and you can
make International calls.  If you will get a busy signal (try few times), it
means that your account is not established as of yet, then let us know and we
will investigate the problem.

Existing customers, who had accounts established long time ago and
experienced problems geting through to 800 number, the problem should have
been fixed and you should be able to access Cyberlink without any problems.

Thank you for your patience and if you experience any problems, please let us
know.  If you did not receive an application and would like to get one, or
need any additional information, please feel free to contact us.   Enjoy.

Sincerely,
KS Enterprises International

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Sender:  Professor John C. K. Daly    BOKCU%KSUVM@solar.rtd.utk.edu
Subject: Study Tour in Theatre Studies to Voronezh, July 1995

STUDY IN RUSSIA PROGRAM  SUMMER 1995

A survey of Russian culture through investigating the basic principles
of Russian classical ballet and folkloric stage dance; basic principles
of drama according to the Stanislavsky method; great Russian playwrights, such
as Chekhov, Gogol, Tolstoi; stage combat, plastique/mime; voice and breath
training; etiquette and mannerisms of 19th Century; and Russian language.

NOTE: A PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE OF THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE IS NOT A PREREQUISITE!
The group will at all times be accompanied by interpreters.

WHERE:     ALEXEI KOLTSOV ACADEMIC DRAMA THEATRE, VORONEZH, RUSSIA

           Voronezh is a strong cultural and trade center, home of
           seven professional theatres, including drama,  dance,
           opera, and a world famous puppet theatre.  This city,
           only recently opened to foreigners, was founded in the
           16th Century at the confluence of the rivers Don and
           Voronezh; Peter the Great established the Russian navy
           here in the 17th Century. The current population of Voronezh
           is about 1,000,000.

WHEN:                       JULY 6 - JULY 30, 1995

ORGANIZATION:     KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY, PEG WHERRY, DIVISION OF
                  CONTINUING EDUCATION/ACHMED VALK, KSU DANCE PROGRAM,
                  KATE ANDERSON, KSU THEATER PROGRAM, JOHN C.K. DALY,
                  KSU DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY, IRINA KHRAMTSOVA, KSU
                  DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

CREDITS:   UP TO 4 UNDERGRADUATE OR GRADUATE CREDITS AVAILABLE OR AUDIT
           PARTICIPATION

           KSU Theater 710--Practicum in Theater:  Russian Methods in Theater
           Arts (3 UG or G credits)
           Dance 599--Independent Study in Dance and Movement (1 UG or G cr.)

COST:      $2,500.00 -- $3,000.00 depending on number of credits

           Price includes airfare roundtrip New York-Moscow, all local
           transportation, room & board, tuition, excursions, performances,
           two days in Moscow

           Financial aid for individual participants through Federal Grant
           has been applied for, which will be applied against the travel
           costs should the grant be approved. The applied for amount
           is $1000 each for up to fifteen students.

Minimal enrollment is 15 participants.  No prior experience in the performing
arts is necessary, only an interest in crosscultural communication through a
survey of the rich Russian theater tradition.

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND/OR TO RECEIVE A MORE DETAILED BROCHURE PLEASE CONTACT:

ACHMED VALK, KSU DANCE PROGRAM, 129 NICHOLS HALL, MANHATTAN, KS 66506-2303
PHONE (913) 532-6887, FAX (913) 532-7004. E-MAIL ahavalk@ksuvm.ksu.edu

JOHN C.K. DALY, HISTORY, EISENHOWER HALL, KSU, MANHATTAN, KS 66506,
PHONE (913) 532-0366, FAX (913) 532-7004, E-MAIL bokcu@ksuvm.ksu.edu

PEG WHERRY, CON ED, COLLEGE COURT, KSU, MANHATTAN, KS 66506-2303
PHONE (913) 532-5637

PLEASE FEEL FREE TO SHARE THIS INFORMATION WITH ANYONE THAT YOU THINK
MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING IN THIS UNIQUE EXPERIENCE!!!

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Sender:  ac737@lafn.org (Michael Segal)
Subject: Export Financing for Ukraine (fwd)

================= Begin forwarded message =================

)From: Michael_Segal@ortel.org (Michael Segal)
To: ac737@lafn.org, US-AID@ortel.org, Import-Export_Biz@ortel.org,
International_Marketing@ortel.org
Subject: Export Financing for Ukraine
Date: Wed, 22 Mar

For More information, please contact the West Coast Outreach office of USAID
in Portland, OR at (503)-229-6734, or respond via e-mail.

)From: disrael@usaid.gov ("Daniel Israel")
To: ac737@lafn.org
Subject: Export Financing for Ukraine
Date: Wed, 22 Mar

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
March 21, 1995

USAID AND U.S. COMPANIES ANNOUNCE EXPORT FINANCING FOR UKRAINE

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the
Citizens Network for Foreign Affairs (CNFA) announced today a
$160 million export activity for U.S. agricultural supplies to
Ukraine in which the financial risk of exporting is shared by
USAID and participating U.S. companies.

This program is part of a $250 million package that the United
States announced in Paris today to support Ukraine's
comprehensive economic reform program for 1995.

The package leverages $130 million from USAID and at least $30
million from U.S. agribusinesses to guarantee exports of U.S.
agricultural inputs (seeds, fertilizer, herbicides, pesticides
and agricultural equipment) to Ukraine.  As part of a public-
private partnership engineered by CNFA and USAID, the U.S.
government and U.S. agribusiness suppliers will share the risk on
transactions financed under the trade credit insurance program.
The initial estimate of the private sector contribution is $30
million and could go as high as $90 million.

"By working with U.S. businesses to generate agricultural exports
to Ukraine, USAID accomplishes two important development goals,"
said Thomas A. Dine, Assistant Administrator for Europe and the
New Independent States at USAID.  "First, we are helping to
foster agricultural development in Ukraine with the best
technology the United States has to offer.  Second, USAID is
helping to build an economy that will open markets and create
economic opportunities for U.S. agribusinesses over the long
term."

Exports of U.S. agricultural supplies will have a significant
impact on economic growth in Ukraine and the United States.
Conservative estimates indicate $150 million in agricultural
inputs could cover costs and generate another $300 million to
$400 million in crop revenue in one growing season.  The new
trade financing package will help keep Ukraine's reform efforts
on track and will help secure multilateral support for Ukraine's
reform program.

"This public-private partnership is a win-win initiative," said
CNFA President John H. Costello.  "It will help U.S.
agribusinesses compete and succeed in Ukraine without shouldering
all the risks on their own, while USAID benefits from leverage
that will provide more agricultural assistance for every U.S.
taxpayer dollar invested in the program."

Agricultural production is the key to economic growth in Ukraine.
The food sector generates 30 percent of the country's net
material product and employs more than 20 percent of the labor
force.  The World Bank reports that increases in the Ukrainian
food supply will increase domestic savings and provide capital
for expansion of the non-farm sector.

The program will cost USAID about $30 million to cover the costs
involved with insuring exports to Ukraine.  This includes
administrative costs of the U.S. Export-Import Bank, which will
manage the program in conjunction with USAID.  The Ukrainian
government will provide a sovereign guarantee on repayment for
the full amount of USAID financing.

Agricultural inputs financed under this program will be channeled
through as many private sector distributors as possible in
Ukraine.  Also participating in the program will be the Ukrainian
state agrochemical company, Agrochem, which is scheduled to be
broken up into 25 private companies leading to privatization.
Ukraine also has agreed to cut subsidies and credits to state
enterprises under its agreement with the International Monetary
Fund.

USAID is the federal agency responsible for the design and
delivery of U.S. assistance around the world, including in the 27
countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the new independent
states of the former Soviet Union.

CNFA is a non-profit organization dedicated to stimulating
international growth and development.  CNFA works with companies,
entrepreneurs, farm groups, business alliances, and other groups
to create lasting and effective opportunities in international
markets.

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an e-mail to "listproc@info.usaid.gov" -- in the body of the e-
mail include the message:  sub USAID_PRESS_RELEASE your name

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Sender:  "Tracy A. Feeney"    moscow@AACU.NW.DC.US
Subject: UPDATE -- Moscow 1995: An International Conference on
            Distance Education

Dear Colleague,

Attached you will find updated schedule and speaker information for
Moscow 1995.  We hope that you will indicate your interest by completing
the registration form, and returning it with payment for applicable fees.  The
organizers invite those who would like to be considered as presenters or
moderators to indicate this on the registration form, as well.

We look forward to your reply -- please contact me if you have any
questions.

Tracy Feeney
System and Project Coordinator, AAC&U

P.S.  Apologies of those of you who are receiving this transmission a
second time due to conversion problems at our site.

------------------- MOSCOW95.NEW follows --------------------
MOSCOW 1995: AN INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON DISTANCE EDUCATION

MOSCOW 1995 reflects an extraordinary convergence of
developments.  Among them:  the search by colleges, universities
and schools for new, off-campus educational markets and ways to
enrich and internationalize their programs; the evolution and
widening use of effective, low-cost educational technologies that
bring distance learning within the reach of virtually any
institution or organization; the emergence of new educational
markets, as institutions around the world and notably in the
countries of the former Soviet Union seek partnerships in
providing quality education and training through distance
learning; and the availability of major funding to assist in the
development of distance learning internationally.  Because of the
importance of the opportunities these developments create, a
diverse set of organizations has joined together to plan this
conference.

DESIGNED FOR

     All those in colleges and universities, foundations,
     government agencies, corporations and schools interested in
     exploring the prospects for distance learning, and
     especially for conducting  programs internationally.  Early
     registrations are from many different countries.
     Substantial  numbers of participants will be from the United
     States, the countries of Europe, Russia and the New
     Independent States.

ORGANIZED BY

     The Association of American Colleges and Universities
     (AAC&U)
     The Association of Russian Institutions of Higher Education
     (ARIHE)
     The United State Distance Learning Association (USDLA)
     American Universities in Russia, Ukraine and the New
     Independent States (AURUNIS)
     The Russian Association for Distance Learning (RADL)
     The International Alliance for Higher Education (IAHE)
     The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB)
     University Research Corporation (URC)
     The National Foreign Language Center of Johns Hopkins
     University (NFLC)
     United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
     U.S. Army Continuing Education System (ACES)

SUPPORTED BY (PARTIAL LISTING)

     AT&T
     Educational Services International
     Mentor Networks Inc.
     ROSNET, USA
     Russia House

CONFIRMED OR INVITED SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

United States Senator Bill Bradley (D-NJ)

The Honorable Thomas Pickering, Ambassador, American Embassy,
Moscow

The Honorable Joseph Duffey, Director, United States Information
Agency

The Honorable Thomas Dine, Assistant Administrator for Eastern
Europe and the New Independent States, United States Agency for
International Development

George Soros, Philanthropist

Keith Harry, Director, International Center for Distance
Learning, Open University, United Kingdom

Claire Gaudiani, President, Connecticut College

David Maxwell, Director, National Foreign Language Center, The
Johns Hopkins University

Georges Van der Perre, Professor, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
and President, EuroPACE 2000

Fred Starr, President, Aspen Institute of Humanistic Studies

Gottfried Leibbrant, Chair, UNESCO, the Netherlands

Richard Brecht, Professor of Germanic and Slavic Languages and
Literatures, University of Maryland-College Park

Michael Moore, Director, American Center for the Study of
Distance Education

Rosemary diCarlo, Soros Foundation

Brian Kenworthy, Professor, University of South Australia and co-
director, UNESCO Provision of Distance Education Project in Post-
Russian Mongolia

Patrick Portway, Executive Director, United States Distance
Learning Association

Paula P. Brownlee, President, Association of American Colleges
and Universities

Ronald Godwin, President, Educational Services International

Victor Savinykh, Chair, Association of Russian Institution of
Higher Education

Glenn Kessler, Chair Emeritus, United States Distance Learning
Association

Linda Scatton, Assistant Provost for Graduate Studies, State
University of New York

Gennady Osipov, President, Russian Association for Distance
Learning and member, Russian Academy of Sciences

Also featured on the program are many other speakers on
theoretical and practical issues in distance education and
distance learning programs in and among countries around the
world.  Special presentations will be made by corporate service
providers, including AT&T and Apple Computer, as well.

     "We look forward here in Russia to welcoming colleagues from
     around the world to MOSCOW 1995 and exploring cooperation in
     many forms."

     - Victor Savinykh
     Former Cosmonaut
     Rector, Moscow Institute of Engineering in Geodesy,
     Aerial Photography and Cartography
     Chair, Association of Russian Institutions of Higher
     Education


     "Distance education is helping meet critical global
     needs.  MOSCOW 1995 will play an important part
     in promoting its wider and more effective use."

     - U.S. Senator Bill Bradley

                                  PURPOSE

This five-day conference will explore the many opportunities for
and challenges of establishing distance learning internationally.

The program is broadly conceived, addressing political, economic,
educational and technological dimensions of the topic, among
others.  The conference will help interested participants
establish  appropriate ties, discover resources, and make their
own programs, services and/or interests better known.  Useful for
the beginner no less than the expert, MOSCOW 1995 will provide a
comprehensive orientation to the fast-developing world of
educational technology and distance learning, to the
opportunities it presents any institution or organization wishing
to provide or receive education or training, and to the planning
and implementation steps necessary to ensure success and quality.

A special focus will be on opportunities for those interested in
engaging in distance learning with Russia and the New Independent
States.



NOTE:  rest of conference listing is on Friends and Partners WWW server on the
Funding and Exchange, Meetings and Conferences page.




Program enquiries:                     Logistics enquiries:

Association of American Colleges       AURUNIS
 and Universities                      1800 Connecticut Avenue NW
1818 R Street NW                       Washington DC  20009
Washington DC  20009                   202/986-6010 phone
202/387-3760 phone                     202/667-4244 fax
202/265-9532 fax                       aurunis@tmn.com
moscow@aacu.nw.dc.us


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