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Jacqueline Sauvage : Some Thoughts on a French Criminal Case concerning Domestic Violence

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As part of its educational and research mission, AGS is dedicated to fighting violence against women in the world. In 2014, AGS hosted an international conference on this theme, which brought together an audience ...

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Spring Semester Starts, Former US Ambassador Joins AGS Faculty

Read more...The spring semester has started at AGS. As always, the new students who have joined us this semester come from all four corners of the globe. This term we are welcoming students from the United States, India, Liberia, ...

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AGS Middle East Society Hosts Talk on Human Rights in Bahrain

Read more...For its last event of the Fall semester, on December 3rd, the AGS Middle East Society hosted a talk on the Human Rights Situation in the Gulf Region, highlighting Bahrain as one of the countries that participated in ...

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Call for Papers: AGS International Conference on Religion in International Relations

Read more...The Call for Papers is now out for the 11th AGS International Graduate Student conference. This year's edition will tackle the challenging topic of the role of religion in world affairs, under the title: "The Complexity of Religion ...

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Another Loss, but for the Sake of Another Hope

Read more...This is an opinion piece written by Ahmed Samy Lotf, a candidate in the Master’s program of International Relations and Diplomacy at AGS, after the 13th of November terror attacks that took place in Paris. Ahmed ...

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AGS Students Start a Middle East Society

Read more...Based on an initiative by AGS students under the impulse of Professors Mariam Habibi and Joav Toker, the AGS Middle East Society was started this Fall as a platform for information and discussion about Middle Eastern politics, culture, ...

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AGS Welcomes Students from around the World for the New Semester

Read more...The Fall semester has begun. New students have come from all corners of the globe – from Thailand to Liberia, from the USA to Georgia, from Canada to India – to pursue their Master's or Ph.D. degree of ...

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AGS Celebrates Its Graduating Students in the French Senate

Read more...Like every year for the past dozen years, AGS held its end-of-year festivities in the French Senate, under the sponsorship of a French Senator. This year, Jean-Léonce Dupont, Senator of Calvados, was AGS's official host. Graduating students and ...

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AGS Launches New Academic Journal Published Jointly with Arcadia University

Read more...The inaugural issue of The Journal of International Relations, Peace Studies and Development, an online-only annual academic journal published jointly by the American Graduate School in Paris and Arcadia University, has just been made available as an open ...

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Guest Speakers from UNEP Participate in Environmental Policy Class

Read more...By Emirjona Cake, PhD Candidate at AGS

On Thursday March 19, 2015, Dr. Rahel Steinbach, Programme Officer at UNEP, Energy Branch, Division of Technology, Industry and Economics and Marie Jalabert, Gender and Energy Efficiency Consultant with UNEP, gave a ...

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