Recent Events

Records 48 / 53

You Vote, We Decide! Analyzing the 2010 Iraqi Elections and the Ensuing Political Process

October 7, 2010

Abbas Kadhim is an Assistant Professor of National Security Affairs at the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California.  He also holds a Visiting Scholar status at Stanford University since...

Mary Robinson : Human Rights Strategies in the 21st Century [Humanities Center Event]

April 13, 2010

President Robinson will be drawing on the work of Realizing Rights in areas of corporate responsibility, right to health, decent work and climate justice.

Globalization, Citizenship, Human Rights and Education

March 10, 2010

Since World War II, a major element of globalization has involved the expansion of human rights norms, rules, and institutions.  This broad movement represents a dramatic shift from earlier...

Aesthetic Education in the Age of Globalization

February 26, 2010

The lecture is preceded by a workshop at 10am in the same location. For additional information please access the DLCL site listing here.

The European Union's Lisbon Treaty : Assessment and Implications for the United States

February 18, 2010

Born in Tunis in 1957, Laurent Cohen-Tanugi is a Paris-based international lawyer, policy adviser and public intellectual.

Immigrant Identity in a Cosmopolitan World

January 8, 2010

Dr. von Vacano’s teaching and research interests are in political philosophy and the history of political thought.

Human Rights Inc.: The World Novel, Narrative Form, and International Law

November 20, 2009

The Center for the Study of the Novel is pleased to present a discussion of Professor Joseph Slaughter's new book, Human Rights Inc: The World Novel, Narrative Form, and International Law.

Pious Words, Puny Deeds: The "International Community" and Mass Atrocities

November 13, 2009

Rajan Menon is the Monroe J. Rathbone Professor of International Relations at Lehigh University.

Prescribing Cultures and Pharmaceutical Policy in the Asia-Pacific: A Book Launch Event

September 23, 2009

Pharmaceutical policies are interlinked globally, yet deeply rooted in local culture.

Is Asia Still Rising? Repercussions Of Recession

January 21, 2009

Asia’s economies have been hard hit by the current global financial crisis, despite in most cases enjoying strong macroeconomic fundamentals and stable financial systems.  Early hopes were that the...

Opportunities and Constraints in East Asian Regionalism

January 13, 2009

The U.S. financial crisis has spread around the globe.

Indian Democracy and Law from the Bottom Up: the Case of Urban Rickshaw Pullers and Street Vendors

October 23, 2008

Madhu Kishwar is Senior Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS) in Delhi; founder-president of Manushi Sangathan, an organization committed to strengthening democratic...

The Five Biggest Misconceptions That Western Experts Have About Russia

October 7, 2008

Andranik Migranyan is director of the US office of the institute of Democracy and Cooperation, the first Russian think tank to research political issues in the West.

Ethical and Economic Case for Global Redistribution

November 2, 2007

Branko Milanovic is lead economist in the World Bank research group and visiting professor at the School for Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University.

Russia's Foreign Policy: The Substance behind the Tough Talk

June 5, 2007

Dmitri Trenin is a senior associate of the Carnegie Endowment, the deputy director of the Carnegie Moscow Center and chair of its Foreign and Security Policy Program.

Taiwan's China Policy and Cross-Strait Relations

May 30, 2007

This is a CDDRL's Special Event within our Democracy in Taiwan Program. Dr.

DNA for Peace: The Balance Between Biosciences for Development and Security

May 30, 2007

One of the world's greatest ethical challenges is the inequities in global health.

Egypt 2005-2007: Backsliding on Democratic Reform

May 23, 2007

Amr Hamzawy is Senior Associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Globalization for Whom? Market Discipline and Corporate Subsidy in the Era of Transnational Hyper-Capitalism

March 16, 2007

Sameer Dossani is director of "50 Years is Enough: U.S. Network for Global Economic Justice", a coalition of over 200 U.S.

Democracy's True Cost

February 28, 2007

About the Speaker:Sheri Berman is Associate Professor of Political Science at Barnard College, Columbia University.

Managing Cultural Conflicts: State Power and Alternative Globalization in China

May 30, 2006

Yunxiang Yan is a professor of anthropology and co-director of the Center for Chinese Studies at University of California, Los Angeles.

Whither Turkish Democracy? Liberalism, Islamism and External Influences

March 29, 2006

FUAT KEYMAN is professor of International Relations at Koç University/Istanbul.

The World Is Not Flat: Globalization is Disequalizing

December 7, 2005

Nancy Birdsall is the founding president of the Center for Global Development.

Integrated Circuit Development in Globalization - a China Experience

November 1, 2005

In today's global economy, access to resources around the world has never been easier.