Faculty Notes

Professor Pike to Participate in Contemporary History Conference in Lisbon

Read more...Professor David Wingeate Pike (Contemporary History and Politics) has just sent to press a work on the Channel Islands under Nazi occupation, which he wrote in collaboration with his former student Anne Farache, whose father was sent to Aurigny ...

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Ambassador Bolewski to Join New Journal Board

Read more...Ambassador Wilfried Bolewski (Ph.D.), our Professor of International Law and Diplomacy, has been invited by Dr. Corneliu Bjola, from the University of Oxford, to join the board of a new peer-review journal entitled Diplomacy and Foreign Policy, to be ...

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Prof. Milovidov Attends UN Committee on the Rights of the Child Meeting

Read more...On September 12, Professor Elizabeth Milovidov attended the 2014 Day of General Discussion organized by the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child in the Palais des Nations in Geneva. This year's theme was "Digital Media and ...

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Prof. Anand Teaches in the JSA Program at Princeton

Read more...In July Professor Ruchi Anand taught a summer course at Princeton University, as part of the Junior State of America programs. Dr. Anand has taught with JSA Summer Programs since 2001 at ...

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Prof. Graziano Publishes Book on Geopolitics with Columbia University Press

Read more...Professor Graziano's latest book has been accepted for publication by Columbia University Press. The subject is the geopolitics of religions: Manlio Graziano explains why, and when, religion has gained back its major role and impact in international ...

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Professor Yates Interviewed on Al Jazeera about African Politics

Read more...Professor Yates was interviewed for Al Jazeera’s flagship discussion show ‘Empire’ about the increasing presence of Chinese, French and American military forces and business interests on the African continent. This show will be broadcast this Sunday, July 27, at ...

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Prof. Milovidov in Senegal to Speak on Gender and Leadership

Read more...Prof. Elizabeth Milovidov conducted a series of workshops on Gender and Leadership in Dakar, at Yavuz Selim Middle School, on July 15-16. She spoke on themes such as women empowerment, gender and equality, and women leadership to raise awareness ...

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Ambassador Bolewski Discusses Germany’s Role in Ukraine on BBC

Read more...AGS Professor Ambassador Wilfried Bolewski was interviewed on BBC Radio 5‘s Up All Night show on May 14th, where he discussed this week’s visit by German Foreign Minister Steinmeier to Kiev in order to assist in mediating the ongoing ...

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Tatiana Coutto Presents at UNIDIR Conference on Disarmament in Geneva

Read more...Professor Tatiana Coutto will participate in an International Conference on disarmament in the Middle East, which will take place in Geneva (Switzerland) on June 25. The event will be chaired by Director of the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR), ...

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Professor Graziano Invited to China as a Guest Professor of Geopolitics

Read more...Professor Manlio Graziano was invited to Suzhou, China to teach a two-week course module on geopolitics to Master's students of Business. His classes provide a perspective on the political context within the international community of the countries with which ...

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