If peace talks between Russia and Ukraine are not being considered, how long can this fighting go on, realistically? And what will the world look like when it’s over? Professors Lukes and Schilde offer their insights.
During this edition of “Beyond the Headlines,” a panel of Pardee School professors explores the threat the Ukrainian conflict poses to global security, the politics and strategies shaping the war, the impact of the war on the Global South and China, and much more.
Professors Lukes, Schilde, and Wippl participated in a Boston University town hall exploring the ongoing war in Ukraine. The panel of 10 leading academics discussed the environmental impacts of the conflict, the media bias evident in coverage of the war, as well as the United States’ involvement with and handling of the Russia-Ukraine war.
As the Jean Monnet Chair in European Security and Defense, Professor Schilde will further the Pardee School’s agenda of preparing students to meet the international challenges of the 21st century through a rigorous and sustained presentation of the EU as a global power with responsibilities over European security, international order, and global security.
Professor Goldstein explains how Britain got to where it is today, the deep history underlying the Brexit decision and the role of Boris Johnson in particular, as well as his thoughts on where the United Kingdom is headed
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.
Professors Najam, Schilde, Stern, Weinstein, and Wippl reflect on how the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States reshaped our lives over the last 20 years.
Professor Schilde’s colloquium brought together global experts and gave the students not only a firsthand account of major policy fields within the EU but also a close look at the in-house procedures and working methods applied within the Brussels complex.
Professor Lori and Schilde evaluate the phenomenon of migrant interdiction in international waters, and specifically the High Seas global commons, examining the logic of why advanced liberal democracies, in particular, engage in this practice.
“The European public supports EU defence policy, it has for decades, and citizens hold consistent and well-developed attitudes on the topic…in fact, no other policy domain is as popular and robust as the idea of pooling national sovereignty over defence.”
Nine Pardee School Faculty and one undergraduate student will present during the International Studies Associations annual convention, whose theme is “Globalization, Regionalism and Nationalism: Contending Forces in World Politics.”
Professors Lori and Schilde co-author a research paper in the ‘Journal of Global Security Studies’ on the political economy of migration and border control.
Pardee School Prof. Kaija Schilde delivered the keynote address at the 12th Annual Boston Area Model United Nations Conference (BarMUN XII).
Congratulations to Kaija Schilde and Michael Woldemariam on their recent promotions to Associate Professors with tenure!
Prof. Kaija Schilde gave a talk entitled “Explaining EU Asymmetry: A Comparison of Borders and Asylum Policy Development.”
Prof. Kaija Schilde co-wrote a recent journal article for the Texas National Security Review on the pursuit of military superiority.
Congratulations to Pardee School Prof. Kaija Schilde on being awarded the 2018 Gerald and Deanne Gitner Family Prize for Faculty Excellence.
Prof. Kaija Schilde discussed her new book, The Political Economy of European Security as part of the Pardee School Research Seminar Series.
FMHT hosted the workshop aimed at innovation disrupting exploitation markets of vulnerable and displaced populations.
Professors Noora Lori and Kaija Schilde discussed how they have attempted to bring practical interventions into the classroom with projects like the Urban Refuge app.