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Seminar with Johanna Rickne

January 11, 2018

Johanna Rickne is an Associate Professor in Economics at the Swedish Institute for Social Research, Stockholm University, and an affiliated researcher at the Uppsala Center for Labor Studies ...

Beggars Can’t Be Choosers: The European Crisis and Chinese Direct Investment in the European Union

March 6, 2014

This seminar is part of the "Europe and the Global Economy" series.

Expulsions: Inequality's Fifth Circle

May 2, 2012

In the last two decades there has been a sharp growth in the numbers of people that have been “expelled,” numbers far larger than the newly “incorporated” middle classes of countries such as India...

Russia on the Verge: What After the Post-Soviet Paradigm?

December 2, 2011

Fyodor Lukyanov is editor-in-chief of the journal Russia in Global Affairs, published in Russian and English with the participation of Foreign Affairs magazine.

Social Banking and Social Finance: Answers to the Financial Crisis?

April 6, 2011

From 2007 to 2010, a financial and economic crisis gripped the United States, Europe and the world.

The European Union's Lisbon Treaty : Assessment and Implications for the United States

February 18, 2010

Born in Tunis in 1957, Laurent Cohen-Tanugi is a Paris-based international lawyer, policy adviser and public intellectual.

The New Global Architecture - Where Europe Fits In

May 18, 2009

Ambassador Sheinwald discusses how he envisages international relations will form in the near and far future.

How Can We Live After This? Women's Memories of Srebrenica

May 22, 2008

Selma Leydesdorff will speak on the results of her interviews with the women who survived the worst massacre in Europe since World War II.

The European Union and "Chindia"

April 14, 2008

The rise of China and India is unparalleled in human history because never before has the world witnessed the simultaneous and consistent takeoffs of two nations, accounting for more one third of...

The European Union and "Chindia"

April 14, 2008

The rise of China and India is unparalleled in human history because never before has the world witnessed the simultaneous and consistent takeoffs of two nations, accounting for more one third of...

The Laws of Others: Three Constitutionalist Responses to Interdependence

April 4, 2008

Jan-Werner Mueller's research interests include the history of modern political thought, liberalism and its critics, nationalism, and the normative dimensions of European integration.

Is "Eastern Europe" Disappearing?

February 25, 2008

"Eastern Europe" is a concept many political scientists, area studies scholars, and lay people have been using over the years almost by default.

Human Rights and Political Reform in Contemporary China: Views from a Swedish Diplomat and Scholar

November 30, 2007

No country is changing as rapidly as China has done since the reform process started close to three decades ago.

10th United Nations Association Film Festival

October 25, 2007

UNAFF, which is now completing its first decade, was originally conceived to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Switzerland in the United Nations: A Five-Year Report Card

May 3, 2007

Peter Maurer is Switzerland's first Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations, assuming the position in September 2004, when Switzerland became the body's 190th member.

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Portrait of Karl Eikenberry Karl Eikenberry Professor of the Practice Shorenstein APARC Fellow, Affiliate, CISAC, Affiliate, CDDRL, Affiliate, TEC