Professor Goldstein and Dean Najam joined fellow diplomats, professors, scientists, prominent public figures, experts, and many more as they presented to young diplomats, future leaders, and decision makers.
Professors Garčević, Erik Goldstein, Hare, Najam, Selin, Storella, and Weinstein took part in UNITAR’s Executive Summer Programme on Innovations in Science Diplomacy, which aims to triangulate education, research and leadership.
Professor Goldstein addresses the global efforts to change the international tax system, the use of COVID-19 vaccines as geopolitical tools, and much more.
“The mystique of monarchy works, sometimes, and Britain has been effective at deploying it as one of the tools in its diplomatic armoury.”
“While many governments have been challenged by the suddenness of the pandemic and its scale, Johnson showed a strong unwillingness to both provide leadership and come to grips with the issues.”
The Festschrift volume demonstrates the immense regard and affection that Professor Goldstein’s written work, teaching, and personal qualities have generated over the course of his more than four decades of sustained and influential scholarship.
“Charles has prepared all his life for the role, and no doubt will be ready to assume the role.”
“The question of Scotland’s future will be the next big problem facing the London government.”
“There is a general opinion that Boris Johnson’s days are numbered.”
Professors Garčević, Goldstein, Heine, Mali, Miller, & Najam discussed how the U.S. elections – the process & the results – were received around the world.
Professors Garčević, Goldstein, Najam, and Schmidt discussed the significance of diplomacy in building a cohesive and sustainable world.
Prof. Erik Goldstein published a new book entitled Aspects of British Policy and the Treaty of Versailles (Routledge, 2020).
Prof. Erik Goldstein speaks at Emmanuel College on the impacts of the Eastern Mediterranean in the era of the Great War, 1914-22.
Prof. Erik Goldstein published an article examining the innovative public diplomacy of the first United States ambassador to London.
Prof. Erik Goldstein discusses British Home Secretary Priti Patel’s prospects of becoming Prime Minister.
Prof. Erik Goldstein published a chapter in British World Policy and the Projection of Global Power, 1830-1960 (Cambridge University Press, 2019).
Prof. Erik Goldstein discusses a recent phone call between United States President Donald Trump and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
Prof. Erik Goldstein delivered a keynote lecture at a conference entitled “The Frustrated Peace? The Versailles Treaty and its Political, Social and Economic Impact on Europe.”
Prof. Erik Goldstein co-edited the special issue of the journal on “Of War and Peace: Aspects of British Policy and the Treaty of Versailles.”
Prof. Erik Goldstein and Amb. Vesko Garcevic spoke at the 12th Summer School for Young Diplomats Gavro Vuković in Montenegro.