Faculty Notes

Dr. Douglas Yates trains German students for MUN

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Dr. Douglas Yates went to Berlin in February 2008 to give a paper on politics in Gabon during a one-day seminar for students preparing a simulation for Model United Nations ...

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Dr. Servidio writes for the International Review of Penal Law

Read more...Dr. Eileen Servidio wrote an article on Capital Punishment in the U.S. for the next issue of the International Review of Penal Law, where she regularly does the chronicle on U.S. Law. ...

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Dr. Mariam Habibi speaks about Franco-Iranian Diplomacy

Read more...Dr. Mariam Habibi gave a paper on the Franco-Iranian diplomacy in the French Senate, during a conference on Iran run by the Institut Européen de Recherches Stratégiques sur l'Iran (IERSI) in December 2007. ...

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Prof. Toker Comments the 'Conference of Donors' on France 24

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In December 2007 Prof. Joav Toker participated in a televized debate on the international news channel France 24, evaluating the results of the Parisian 'Conference of Donors' for the Palestinian state.

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Second edition of Dr. Harwich's 'Histoire du Chocolat'

Read more...Read more...Dr. Nikita Harwich is currently working ...

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Prof. Joav Toker Anchors Conference on Sustainable Development

Read more...In October 2007 Professor Toker anchored a day-long conference on 'International Sustainable Development' (Développement Durable International) at the Grande Arche de la Defense near Paris, with the participation of Jean-Louis Borloo, ...

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Dr. Eileen Servidio-Delabre's upcoming publication on international jurisdiction

Read more...Dr. Eileen Servidio-Delabre is working on a chapter on international jurisdiction for Encyclopedia Juris-Classeur. She recently wrote a chapter on extraditional law for the same collection. Her last book is entitled Common Law: Introduction ...

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Dr. Yates at the Center for Conflict Resolution in South Africa

Read more...On September 15th - 19th, Dr. Douglas Yates travelled to Cape Town, South Africa, upon the invitation of the Center for Conflict Resolution, to participate in a conference on China ...

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Dr. Anand at the International Studies Association annual convention

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Dr. Ruchi Anand is scheduled to participate in the 49th Annual ISA Convention in San Francisco (USA) on March 26th - 29th 2008. The International Studies Association's annual convention is a major international ...

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