Hefner Publishes Book Chapter on Character Education in Modern Societies
Professor Hefner outlines how efforts to build a sustainable consensus on both character education and citizenship have been made more difficult by two contemporary trends.
Nolan Book Chapter Details U.S. History of Child Separation
With Trump out of office, will people’s attention turn away from the border again? If so, how will separating children from their parents continue, under what legal guise?
Goldstein Authors Book Chapter Peacekeeping and Partition of Ireland
Professor Goldstein’s chapter looks at the historical background to the use of partition as an attempt to resolve communal conflict.
Selin Co-Authors Book Chapter on Geopolitics of the Stockholm Conference
Professors Selin and Björn-Ola Linnér discuss the geopolitical backdrop of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment, global tensions it revealed, and the conference’s continued relevance today.
Heine Publishes Book Chapter On Shifting World Order
Ambassador Heine explains COVID-19’s role in shifting the existing Western-led world order to a multipolar order, in which non-Western powers like China and India will play a much more significant role.
Heine Publishes Chapter in External Powers in Latin America
In his chapter, co-authored by Hari Seshasayee, trade advisor at ProColombia, Ambassador Heine examines India’s changing presence in Latin America.
Schmidt Remarks on Her Chapter in Our European Future
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.
Mamolea Publishes Book Chapter in The Dawn of a Discipline
In his chapter, Professor Mamolea explores the ideas, people, and events that shaped the politics of Vespasian V. Pella.
Chehabi Publishes Chapter on Rise of Iran’s Middle Class
Prof. Houchang Chehabi contributed a chapter to The Global Bourgeoisie: The Rise of the Middle Classes in the Age of Empire.
Goldstein Publishes Book Chapter on British Ambassadorial Cadre 1919-1939
Prof. Erik Goldstein published a chapter in British World Policy and the Projection of Global Power, 1830-1960 (Cambridge University Press, 2019).
Mako Publishes Book Chapter The Right of Return in Iraq
Prof. Shamiran Mako published a chapter entitled “The Right of Return in Iraq: Conceptualizing Insecurity, State Fragility and Forced Displacement.”
Gallagher Publishes Book Chapter on Global Inequality
GDP Center Director Kevin Gallagher published an article on global inequality in a new book International Policy Rules and Inequality: Implications for Global Economic Governance.
Berger Gives Talks on U.S.-Japan Relations
Prof. Thomas Berger spoke at the University of Toronto, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, and the Université de Montreal.