Pardee School professors and fellow scholars comment on Chancellor Angela Merkel’s legacy, the implications for transatlantic relations following the German elections, as well as how the results might affect the balance of power and policies in the EU.
“The conservatives’ control of all [Iranian] institutions comes at a price: a narrowing of the regime’s social base and thus its legitimacy.”
The Pardee Graduate Council hosted a holiday feast for graduate students as well as election speeches for the 2020 Pardee Graduate Council.
Amb. Vesko Garcevic discusses how the outcome of the recent European Parliament elections will impact the Balkans.
Prof. Jeremy Menchik was interviewed for a recent article on this year’s elections in Indonesia.
The Pardee Graduate Council (PGC) held its annual board elections and Thanksgiving dinner.
The Beyond the Headlines series continued with a discussion entitled “The Brazilian Elections: What are the Implications?”
Dean Adil Najam and Prof. Igor Lukes spoke as part of a panel hosted by the BU Alumni Association on politics in post-truth America.
Prof. Vivien Schmidt discusses the recent elections in Germany, possible coalitions, and the impact on the European Union.
Prof. Vivien Schmidt discussed the upcoming German elections from the perspective of the United States.
Amb. Paul Hare discusses the June 8, 2017 United Kingdom parliamentary elections.
Professors Erik Goldstein, William Keylor and Joseph Wippl discussed how the upcoming elections across Europe will impact the United States.
Prof. Jeremy Menchik called the election a success for Indonesia’s democratic institutions.
The Pardee Graduate Council (PGC), the official graduate student organization of the Pardee School, held its annual executive board elections.
Prof. Palmer discussed the challenges facing candidate Keiko Fujimori in Peru’s upcoming presidential elections.
Chehabi said voters may see upcoming elections as a rigged process.
The Pardee Graduate Council (PGC), the official graduate student organization of the Pardee School, held its 2016/2017 executive board elections.
The Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University is holding elections for the 2015/2016 Graduate International Relations Student Council executive board.
The implications of the dramatic weekend elections in Taiwan were explored by the BU Center for the Study of Asia.