The EU has neglected Europe’s South-East corner, thereby granting opportunities for other global actors to make strategic gains in the region, further jeopardizing the prospects for EU membership for countries of the Western Balkans.
Dean Najam argued for a “global social contract” rooted in truly global norms and deeply global values.
Over 50 scholars, scientists, government officials, law enforcement officers, and students gathered for the conference.
Prof. Robert Hefner attended a recent conference on “The Islamic Case for Religious Freedom,” in Jakarta, Indonesia.
USAF (Ret) Lt. Gen. Jack Weinstein spoke at the 2019 Alliance Linking Leaders in Education and the Services (ALLIES) Conference on Cybersecurity and Geopolitics.
The Institute on Culture, Religion and World Affairs hosted a conference entitled “Muslim Communities in Europe and North America: Contemporary Developments and Challenges.”
Prof. Igor Lukes presented a paper entitled “The Year 1989 as a Miracle in the History of the Cold War.”
Prof. Erik Goldstein gave a talk entitled “Partition and Peacemaking after the Great War.”
Dean Adil Najam gave a talk that focused on the global aspects on ecological injustice, particularly in the Age of Adaptation.
Dean Adil Najam and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs William Grimes spoke at the conference organized by the Delta Phi Epsilon Gamma Chapter at Boston University.
The highly-attended annual convention fosters rigorous discussion on a broad range of topics within the field of international studies.
CURA Director Timothy Longman presented a paper at a March 20-22, 2019 conference in Paris on responding to extreme violence.
Rita Kiki Edozie, Associate Dean at UMass Boston, delivered the keynote address of the conference.
Prof. Vivien Schmidt spoke at the conference “Rethinking Europe: Celebrating Helmut Schmidt at 100.”
Amb. Vesko Garcevic spoke as part of a panel entitled “Tools and Actors: Diplomacy and Security Policy.”
Prof. Manjari Chatterjee Miller and Prof. Min Ye presented at a conference entitled “The Free and Open Indo-Pacific Region: Concepts, Challenges and Opportunities.”
The two-day conference was entitled “Mexican Literature, Culture, and Film across Borders: Translation, Migration, and Frontiers.”
Prof. Joseph Wippl hosted the conference on “Secrecy and Security in a Democratic Society.”
Prof. Vivien Schmidt delivered a keynote presentation at a conference hosted by the Institute for Advanced Social Research at the University of Tampere in Finland.
Prof. Robert Hefner presented a paper on, “Plurality in Being Islamic: Perspectives from Indonesia on the Balkans-to-Bengal Legacy.”