Faculty Notes

Prof. Douglas Yates to Publish Article in the Oxford Bibliographies Series

Read more...Professor Douglas Yates was invited by Oxford University Press to author a bibliographic article on Modern Dynastic Rule in the series Oxford Bibliographies online.

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Professor Bismuth Speaks on the American Legal System on French Radio

Read more...Professor Régis Bismuth was invited to participate in a radio debate about the extraterritorial impact of the American judicial system. Reflecting on the role of the US legal intervention in revealing the corruption network within FIFA, the discussion went ...

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Professor Milovidov Invited to Speak by US State Department, Council of Europe

Read more...Professor Elizabeth Milovidov was invited by the US State Department's Africa Regional Services at the US Embassy in Paris, to speak via video conferencing at an event in Kigali, Rwanda on February 19th, 2015. She spoke on the theme ...

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Prof. Yates Publishes Chapter on the Rise and Fall of Oil-rentier States in Africa

Read more...Professor Yates has published a chapter entitled "The Rise and Fall of Oil-Rentier States in Africa" in New Approaches to the Governance of Natural Resources: Insights from Africa (J. Andrew Grart, W.R. Nadège Compaoré and Matthew I. Mitchell, eds., ...

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Professor de Largentaye Talks about Europe in Quebec and Britanny

Read more...On November 18th, Professor Bertrand de Largentaye gave a presentation on the role of the EU in international trade negotiations in Rennes, Brittany (France). This was part of a conference series focusing on some of the main questions currently ...

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Corriere della Sera Publishes Two Articles by Prof. Graziano

Read more...Professor Graziano authored two articles in the February 8th issue of the leading Italian national newspaper Corriere della Sera. Both articles relate to the idea of a current crisis of the Nation-State, and the necessity to update our interpretation ...

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Prof. Bismuth's Recent Academic Accomplishments

Read more...On January 15-16, Prof. Régis Bismuth participated in a conference at the French Law School Université Paris II-Panthéon Assas, where he presented a paper on a comparative approach to the federalization of bank regulations in the the United States: ...

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Prof. Graziano's Book on the Relationship Between Religion and Politics to Be Published this Month

Read more...Professor Graziano's latest book on the relationship between religion and politics is coming out in Italian this month, under the title Guerra Santa e Santa Alleanza: Religioni e disordine internazionale nel XXI secolo (release date: January 15th). It ...

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Professor Bolewski to Speak on Diplomacy at Oxford University

Read more...Ambassador Wilfried Bolewski, who teaches the Diplomacy and International Law classes at AGS was invited by Oxford University to give a Public Lecture on "Diplomacy and Crises: A practitioner's insight and outlook" in the Global Governance and Diplomacy Public ...

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Two Chapters in the Africa Yearbook Authored by AGSers

Read more...Like every year since the first edition of the Africa Yearbook (Leiden: Brill) in 2004, Professor Yates authored the chapter on Gabon in the 2014 edition. This year, also featured is AGS alumnus Joseph Mangarella, who authored the ...

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