Faculty Notes

Professor Anand Presents at ISA Annual Convention, Addresses the Issues Around the Westernization of the Body Image in India

Read more...Professor Ruchi Anand participated in the Annual Convention of the International Studies Association (ISA), which brought together an estimated 6,000 scholars and professional practitioners from all continents in San Francisco, April 3-6, 2013. This year's convention was held on ...

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Régis Bismuth Presents at International Conference on State Capitalism

Read more...Professor Régis Bismuth presented a paper at an international conference held in Québec, Canada, at the University of Laval, on the theme: "State Capitalism in the New Global Political Economy", November 21-24 2013.

Professor Bismuth's paper focused on "The Legal ...

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Douglas Yates Invited in Iraq to Present at a Conference on Oil and Politics

Read more...On October 8th, Professor Yates traveled to Erbil, the capital of Kurdistan, Iraq to present a paper on "Ethnicity, Violence and Oil-Rent in Gabon" for an international scientific colloquium hosted by the Institut Français du Proche-Orient (IFPO), one of the oldest French ...

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Steve McGiffen to Publish Paper on European Foreign Relations

Read more...Professor Steve McGiffen's paper, "European Neighbourhood Policy: Path to Democracy or Road to Co-option? Dynamic versus Passive Revolution in the Arab Spring" will be published early in 2014 as part of a book, Renegotiating the Social Contract in Africa, to ...

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Ambassador Bolewski Interviewed by The Paris Globalist on the Syrian Crisis and International Law

Read more...Ambassador Wilfried Bolewski, professor of Diplomacy and International Law at AGS, participated in an interview with the online international affairs magazine The Paris Globalist (November 26th, 2013), giving his expertise on the ongoing crisis in ...

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Professor Bismuth publishes article on NSA case in LeMonde.fr

Read more...Professor Régis Bismuth authored an article in France's leading online newspaper LeMonde.fr, discussing the possibility for France to refer the case of the NSA's alledged surveillance program of its diplomacy to the International Court of Justice.

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Douglas Yates Invited in South Africa to Present at a Conference on Conflict Resolution

Read more...On August 30th, Douglas Yates was invited by the Center for Conflict Resolution to Stellenbosch, South Africa, to present a paper on "The French Peacekeeping Role in Africa", to be published in a forthcoming edited volume. This presentation was ...

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Prof. Milovidov to Present at International Seminar on Children's Rights in Geneva

Read more...Professor Elizabeth Milovidov will participate in an international seminar on "Sexual Tourism Implicating Children: Prevention, Protection, Interdiction and Care for Victims" to take place on October 15-18 at the International Institute for the Rights of the Child ...

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Prof Bismuth Presents at Conferences in Greece and Canada, Gives a Guest Lecture in Brazil

Read more...On August 29-31, Professor Régis Bismuth participated in the annual regional conference of the International Law Association, on the theme "Governance, Trade, Resources" in Athens, Greece.

Gathering academics as well as practitioners from around the world, the conference focused on ...

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Ambassador Bolewski Participates in Televised Debate on the Syrian Crisis

Read more...On August 28th, Ambassador Wilfried Bolewski participated in a debate about the Syrian crisis on TV channel France 24. As we are facing a potential escalation towards intervention-oriented military action, he was asked to bring to the debate his ...

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