What principles of foreign policy that should be included in Chile’s new constitution?
The GDP Center, ISPI, and T20 National Coordinator and Chair, brought together varied proposals from MICs and the international community to address the MICs’ external debt challenges.
Given growing tensions between the United States and China, Ambassador Heine argues that Latin America should go for what he calls the “Active Non Alignment option.”
In a talk on her new book chapter – ““European Economic Governance: Key issues to assess its recent past and its desirable evolution” – Schmidt discussed the problems of the past and offered some new ideas for the future of European Union economic governance.
What are regional perceptions of China’s vaccine-related efforts? Is vaccine access a new area of geopolitical competition between the US and China, or a rare opportunity for constructive collaboration and coordination?
While some variants of populism are indeed incompatible with constitutionalism, Bojan Bugaric and Mark Tushnet argue that the tension between populism and constitutionalism is narrower than much of the commentary suggests.
This virtual convocation included remarks from the 8th Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-Moon, the presentation of the 2021 student and faculty awards, and Dean Adil Najam’s “Dean’s Charge” to the Class of 2021.
In the context of the Conference on The Future of Europe, Schmidt noted that an issue facing the EU is Eurozone Crisis governance and mentioned how the COVID-19 pandemic has reversed the economic of austerity in the region.
Ambassador Heine discusses why the pandemic has spread so fiercely in India as well as the role of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government in the recent spike.
“With Biden, diplomacy and multilateralism is back. He’s made this clear in many many ways, both in his discourse and his actions.”
In his remarks, Ambassador Heine takes stock of the PA’s achievements over the past ten years, elaborates on what it needs to do to enhance ties with Asia, and makes some recommendations on the way forward.
Quinn Slobodian described the embrace of direct democracy by the political right in Europe as a weapon against the state, challenging the claim that neoliberalism is inherently ”anti-democratic.“
Professor Selin said it is important that the U.S. have re-engaged with global climate change cooperation; however, there is still much more action needed to address the climate crisis.
What will be the political and international security implications of demographic and population changes in rising/superpowers over the next several decades?
University of Leeds Professor Iyiola Solanke explains the impact of Brexit on residency rights of non-European Union (EU) nationals and how this affects the rights of EU citizens.
Experts explored how Germany, Brazil, and India have been expanding their global influence in the shadow of the U.S. and China.
“If we restrict the space of nature, if we restrict the space of biodiversity, then nature will hit back…there is no human health without ecological health.”
Ambassador Heine discusses to what extend that China’s policies can be implemented in other countries and what ripple effect its success will have on the global economy.
Mamolea detailed the life and work of Vespasian Pella, an early 20th century Romanian jurist who championed a system of international justice that was designed to prevent war, punish atrocity, and vindicate humanity’s political and economic rights.
Veronika Wand-Danielsson discusses Sweden’s role in advancing the rights of women and her view that government has a responsibility to integrate gender perspectives in all policy areas, including foreign policy.