This seminar is about the EU's defence and security policy. This is also the topic for the EU's high level meeting in December.
Based on a field research mission conducted in Mali in November 2013 this seminar aims to offer insights into the problems Mali is facing, with a view to contribute to a better understanding of the complexities of the fragile balance in post-election Mali.
This seminar will discuss the prospect of Macedonia’s EU accession and other questions related to the countries' European future.
Theory seminar with Professor Laura Sjoberg on the subject of international relations
Seminar with Professor Laura Sjoberg, who will present her new book: "Gendering Global Conflict: Toward a Feminist Theory of War".
Half day seminar on "Slums, States and Citizens: Slum dwellers and the state in Delhi, Durban and Nairobi", with presentation of findings from a project which studies the relations between the urban poor and the state in Delhi, Durban and Nairobi.
Seminar with Mikhail Krutikhin, partner of the RusEnergy independent analytical and consulting agency sho will talk about "Governance and the Law in Russian Business: Examples from the Petroleum Sector".
On Thursday 28 November 2013 Hege Medin will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic, and on Friday 29 November 2013 she will defend her thesis for the PhD degree (Norwegian School of Economics, NHH).
The sudden emergence of nationalist references among Putin’s liberal opponents has caused confusion among Western pundits. This presentation, given by Marlene Laruelle, Research Professor of International Affairs at the Elliot School of International Affairs, GWU, seeks to close the gap by going ‘beyond Navalny’ in an attempt to anchor the ‘Natsdem’ phenomenon in a history of intellectual and social transformations in the debates on Russia’s national identity.
At a critical moment in Afghanistan, this year’s Military Power Seminar aims to bring together a broad range of contributors and participants to discuss experiences from Afghanistan and their impact.