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Jan 11 2017

Implications of Brexit for the UK, the EU and the international system: a summary of the 2016 lecture series

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submitted by Karen E. Smith, Professor of International Relations During Michaelmas Term 2016, Professor Karen E Smith of the International Relations Department organised a series of ten lectures on ‘Brexit: the implications for the UK, the EU and the international … Continue reading

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Jun 30 2016

Workshop on Citizen Preferences, Political Mobilization, Institutional Change, and Regime Stability in Russia and Ukraine

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On June 10 2016, Tomila Lankina organised a workshop on Citizen Preferences, Political Mobilization, Institutional Change, and Regime Stability in Russia and Ukraine.  The workshop received generous funding from the British Academy (Mid-Career Fellowship awarded to Tomila Lankina), the LSE … Continue reading

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Jun 28 2016

Global South Unit lectures and alumni event in Peru and Chile

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Professor Chris Alden and Dr Alvaro Mendez of the LSE International Relations Department’s Global South Unit conducted a series of lectures, workshops and meetings in Peru and Chile in May 2016.

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Jun 21 2016

LSE-Waseda University PhD Exchange Programme 2016

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I am a third year Ph.D. student in the Department of International Relations, interested in International Political Economy, particularly on Korea and Japan’s Free Trade Agreements (FTAs). I am currently on an exchange programme at Waseda University, Graduate School of … Continue reading

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May 10 2016

Dr Katerina Dalacoura workshops on Contemporary Turkish Discourses on Culture in IR

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In the context of her British Academy project on ‘Alternative Universalisms? Contemporary Turkish Discourses on Culture in International Relations’, Dr Katerina Dalacoura co-organised two workshops, one in Ankara, Turkey, and the other in Washington DC. Both were funded by the … Continue reading

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Jun 11 2015

New online portal on Gulf History involving IR Dept PhD alumnus, Francis Owtram

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IR Department  PhD alumnus, Francis Owtram, is currently assisting with the development of an online portal of archival material which will be of key interest to students of the history and international relations of the Arabian/Persian Gulf.  The Qatar Digital … Continue reading

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Apr 28 2015

Award-winning novelist Karl Marlantes visits LSE International Relations Department

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On 12/13 March 2015 the LSE International Relations Department was visited by decorated Marine and Vietnam War veteran, Karl Marlantes, writer of one of the great books about war in his award-winning novel/memoir Matterhorn. Marlantes agreed to join a ‘Talk … Continue reading

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Apr 21 2015

A View from the Border: Everyday lives in Burma’s conflict zones in times of transition

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This article originally appeared on the India at LSE blog. This week, a new photo exhibition opened at LSE with images taken by Hkun Lat, Hkun Li and David Brenner portraying the everyday lives of people in Burma’s conflict-ridden Kachin State. … Continue reading

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Apr 16 2015

The Global Transformation: history, modernity and the making of international relations – a public discussion

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On Tuesday 17 March 2015 the Department of International Relations held a public discussion to launch a new book: The Global Transformation: history, modernity and the making of international relations, co-authored by Barry Buzan and George Lawson.

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Sep 30 2014

Workshop: ‘Modernity and International Relations: Can’t Live With It, Can’t Live Without It’

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Workshop supported by the IR Department at LSE and the BISA Working Group on Historical Sociology and IR George Lawson (g.lawson@lse.ac.uk) September 2014 This one-day workshop examined the value of the ongoing hold of modernity on the international imagination. In … Continue reading

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