|November 17, 2016 - Issues of Conflict Management Series|
Supported by the Steven Muller Chair in German Studies
Challenges to the Human Rights Pillar of the United System. Reflecting on a Year as President of the UN-Human Rights Council
JOACHIM RUECKER Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Federal Republic of Germany, United Nations Office in Geneva; Special Representative of the Federal Government for the Middle East Stability Partnership; President of the UN-Human Rights Council
|November 14, 2016 - Strategic Studies Series|
What Lessons Can We Learn From the First World War?
GARY SHEFFIELD University of Wolverhampton, U.K.
|November 3, 2016 - International Development and Economics Series|
The Civil Economy Strategy Against Marginalization: Theory, Practice and Policy Suggestions
LEONARDO BECCHETTI University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy
|October 24, 2016 - Contemporary History and Institutions of the Mediterranean Series|
Eurafrica: The Colonial History of European Integration and Its Contemporary Relevance
PEO HANSEN Linkoping University, Sweden
|October 20, 2016 - Understanding the New Europe Series|
The Future of Transatlantic Relations
PAUL ADAMSON Forum Europe; E!Sharp, Belgium
|October 17, 2016 - Constitutional Developments in Central Asia Series|
The Emergence and Mobilization of Islamism in the Former Soviet Union: Tajikistan in Comparative Perspective
KATHLEEN COLLINS University of Minnesota, U.S.
|October 14, 2016 |
Emerging Populism and Foreign Policy
CHRISTOPHER J. HILL Wilson E. Schmidt Distinguished Professor (effective 1 January 2017), Henry A. Kissinger Center for Global Affairs, Johns Hopkins University SAIS, U.K.
|October 13, 2016 - Migration Series|
International Migration: Crisis or Opportunity? How Can Human Rights, Rule of Law and Sustainable Development Make a Difference?
IRENE KHAN International Development of Law Organisation, Italy
|October 10, 2016 - Globalizing the Culture Wars: Religion in International Relations Series|
Faith in Law: The Politics of Secularism, Religion and Hindu Majoritarianism in Indian Constitutional Law
RATNA KAPUR Queen Mary University, U.K.; Jindal Global Law School, India; Harvard Law School, U.S.
|October 6, 2016 - New Trends in Central Banking and Finance Series|
Globalization and the Politics of Inequality
LLOYD GRUBER The London School of Economics and Political Science, U.K.