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May 23 2019

Marco Lam blog prize runner up 2019: Tetsekela M Anyiam-Osigwe

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We are pleased to announce the winners of the inaugural Marco Lam Prize. In honour of the late Kuan Long (Marco) Lam, the Department established this prize for outstanding blogging. Marco was an outstanding student and a keen blogger and … Continue reading

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May 23 2019

Marco Lam blog prize runner-up 2019: Jad Baghdadi

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We are pleased to announce the winners of the inaugural Marco Lam Prize. In honour of the late Kuan Long (Marco) Lam, the Department established this prize for outstanding blogging. Marco was an outstanding student and a keen blogger and … Continue reading

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May 23 2019

Marco Lam blog prize winner 2019: Milton Wong

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We are pleased to announce the winners of the inaugural Marco Lam Prize. In honour of the late Kuan Long (Marco) Lam, the Department established this prize for outstanding blogging. Marco was an outstanding student and a keen blogger and … Continue reading

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May 23 2019

The Marco Lam Prize 2019

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We are pleased to announce the winners of the inaugural Marco Lam Prize. In honour of the late Kuan Long (Marco) Lam, the Department established this prize for outstanding blogging. Marco was an outstanding student, who excelled in his coursework … Continue reading

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Apr 10 2019

The Islamic Dinner: a report by Bader Al-Mutawa

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Masters student Bader Al-Mutawa reports on his experiences on the course ‘Islam in World Politics’ (IR461) and the recent dinner the students attended.

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Mar 12 2019

Male authors outnumber their female counterparts on international relations course reading lists by more than five to one

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Do scholars produce and reproduce a biased representation of the academy when compiling their taught course reading lists? Following a year-long mapping exercise of the university’s entire international relations curriculum by a group of PhD students at the LSE, Gustav … Continue reading

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Dec 12 2018

2017-18 MSc Dissertation Prizewinners announced

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The International Relations Department is very pleased to be able to announce the MSc dissertation prizewinners for the 2017-18 session (see below for summaries of each dissertation):    

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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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