Monthly Archives: September 2016

Sep 20 2016

Remittances and Walls by Covadonga Meseguer

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In one of the many boutades that candidate Donald Trump has provided us with during his campaign, he proposed to force Mexico to pay $5–$10bn for the construction of the border wall as a condition for the flow of remittances … Continue reading

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Sep 15 2016

Research Student Destinations: Elisabetta Brighi, Lecturer, PhD 2005

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Dr Elisabetta Brighi Lecturer in International Relations, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Westminster (permanent post) Thesis Title: Foreign Policy and the International/Domestic Nexus: The Case of Italy (2005) Supervisor: Professor Christopher Hill Dr. Brighi’s current research interests lie at … Continue reading

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Sep 15 2016

Research Student Destinations: Reuben Yik-Pern Wong, Professor, PhD 2003

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Reuben Yik-Pern Wong Associate Professor and Jean Monnet Chair, NUS Political Science Dept Director of Studies, College of Alice & Peter Tan Thesis Title: Europeanization and French policy in East Asia, 1988-2002 (2003) Supervisor: Professor Christopher Hill Reuben Wong is Director of … Continue reading

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Sep 15 2016

Research Student Destinations: Chad Peterson, Policy Planning, PhD 2007

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Chad Peterson Member, Policy Planning Staff, Office of the U.S. Secretary of State (2016-2018) Thesis Title: German diplomacy in east central Europe: Foreign relations with the Czech Republic and Poland 1990-1998 (2007) Supervisor: Professor Christopher Hill “Chad Peterson’s research compared and contrasted … Continue reading

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Sep 15 2016

Research Student Destinations: José Luis Valdés-Ugalde, Professor, PhD 1999

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José Luis Valdés-Ugalde Full time tenured researcher and professor at UNAM (1994 to present) Thesis Title: Intervining in Revolution. The US exercise of Power in Guatemala 1954 (1999) Supervisor: Professor Christopher Hill “Individually, I have developed among others, the following research project, “From … Continue reading

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Sep 14 2016

Janina Dill’s book runner up in prestigious Birks Prize for Outstanding Legal Scholarship

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Congratulations to Dr Janina Dill for winning second prize in the 2016 Peter Birks Prizes for Outstanding Legal Scholarship with her book Legitimate Targets? Social Construction, International Law and US Bombing (Cambridge University Press). The standard of the entries was extremely … Continue reading

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