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Dec 4 2018

Ten Years of the G20: The Illiberal Turn of Neoliberalism’s Saviour

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Dr Tristen Naylor, Fellow in the Department of International Relations, LSE, attended the G20 Meeting in Argentina in 2018 and gives his assessment here: It has been a decade since the G20 leaders of the world’s most powerful economies first met … Continue reading

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Dec 4 2018

“Rethinking Neoclassical Realism” – Workshop at LSE

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On 29 November, thirty scholars met to discuss neoclassical realism in a day-long workshop organised by Gustav Meibauer and funded by the IR Department. The workshop brought together senior and junior researchers as well as doctoral students from the UK … Continue reading

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Nov 28 2018

Cumberland Lodge Conference 2018

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This year’s annual weekend conference at Cumberland lodge was held from November 23 – November 25, 2018. There were 95 participants mainly Undergraduate, Masters and PhD students as well as faculty and Fellows from the International Relations Department who converged … Continue reading

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Nov 7 2018

The Science of Stress Reduction

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Today is Stress Awareness Day – an annual campaign dedicated to raise awareness of the impact of stress and to promote wellbeing. As we observe this day and take stock of how stress manifests in our own lives and places … Continue reading

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Oct 11 2018

New Blog Post at Africa at LSE from Dr Milli Lake

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In her latest blog post for Africa at LSE, Dr Milli Lake of LSE Department of International Relations explores how and to what extent the spotlight on sexual violence has restructured judicial priorities in eastern DR Congo and South Africa. … Continue reading

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Oct 11 2018

Professor Tarak Barkawi wins major AHA 2018 award for ‘Soldiers of Empire’

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We are thrilled to announce that Tarak Barkawi, Professor of International Relations at the London School of Economics, has been selected as the winner of the 2018 Paul Birdsall Prize for the book Soldiers of Empire: Indian and British Armies … Continue reading

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Sep 27 2018

The Dominique Jacquin-Berdal Travel Grant awarded for 2018

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The Dominique Jacquin-Berdal Travel Grant was established by the International Relations Department at the LSE in memory of Dr Dominique Jacquin-Berdal who was a lecturer in the Department from 1999 until her death in 2006. She taught on nationalism and … Continue reading

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Sep 19 2018

Introducing Dr Natalya Naqvi

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Dr Natalya Naqvi joined the LSE International Relations Department as Assistant Professor in September 2018.  She introduces herself here:

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Sep 11 2018

Internships in the IR Department – reports from previous interns

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Funded by donations from LSE Alumni, our Undergraduate Research Internship Scheme and the LSE Internship Fund provide our undergraduate students with the exciting opportunity to enhance their studies and time at LSE. Below are some reports from previous interns about their experiences. Follow … Continue reading

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Aug 28 2018

Gender and bias in the International Relations curriculum: Insights from reading lists

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Kiran Phull, Gokhan Ciflikli and Gustav Meibauer, three members of the LSE Department of International Relations have produced an important paper analysing female exclusion in an International Relations curriculum, using the LSE IR curriculum as a dataset. The paper is … Continue reading

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