Faculty Notes

Prof. Milovidov attends Launch of Children's Rights and Business Principles

Read more...On March 12, 2012, Professor Elizabeth Milovidov attended the London launch of the Children's Rights and Business Principles. The Principles were formulated by UNICEF, Save the Children and the UN Global Compact with the aim that the business community ...

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Professor McGiffen Gives a Talk on GMOs in Agriculture at the European Commission

Read more...On 15th December Professor Steve McGiffen gave a talk to an invited group of officials at the European Commission in Brussels, on the subject of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in agriculture. Professor McGiffen was the guest ...

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Patrick Clairzier Publishes Article in "Socialism and Democracy"

Read more...Patrick Clairzier published an article in the latest issue of Routledge's Journal Socialism and Democracy: "Paths to Development through Trade: EU-Led Trade Liberalization vs South–South Cooperation" (2011, Volume 25: Issue 2, pp.64-80).

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Professor Yates Publishes New Book on the Resource Curse in Africa

Read more...Professor Douglas Yates just published his fifth book: The Scramble for African Oil: Oppression, Corruption and War for Control of Africa's Natural Resources. The book was released by London’s Pluto Press on January 17th, 2012.

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Prof. Steve McGiffen and AGS Staff Sarah Pedersen Attend Conference on Climate Change in Brussels

Read more...On November 10, Professor Steve McGiffen attended a conference on climate change at the European Parliament in Brussels, organized by the United Left Group/Nordic Green Left European Parliamentary Group (GUE/NGL) in the run-up to the Conference of Parties to ...

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Professor Yates Participates in Chatham House Conference in UK

Read more...On November 16th, Professor Douglas Yates participated in a one-day conference on "Oil, Politics and Africa" organized by Chatham House (the British Royal Institute of International Affairs) and the African Studies Centre at Coventry University (UK). This conference examined current ...

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Prof. Graziano Interviewed in Canadian Newspaper About Berlusconi

Read more...Professor Manlio Graziano, who teaches at AGS and at La Sorbonne in Paris, was interviewed in the Canadian newspaper La Presse on November 8 about Silvio Berlusconi's politics and his government's legacy following the announcement of ...

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Professor Bismuth Publishes Doctoral Dissertation on International Law

Read more...Professor Regis Bismuth's doctoral dissertation was just published in French by Belgian publisher Bruylant. It is entitled La Coopération Internationale des Autorités de Régulation du Secteur Financier et le Droit International Public (International Cooperation Between Financial Regulatory Authorities and ...

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Professor Harwich Nominated as Member of the Academia Europaea in London

Read more...Prof. Nikita Harwich has been accepted as member of the Academia Europaea, a European, non-governmental association acting as an Academy. Founded in 1988 and based in London, its members include leading experts (amongst them, thirty-eight Nobel Prize Laureates, several ...

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Professor Yates on Bloomberg TV About French Primaries

Read more...On October 17th, Professor Douglas Yates was interviewed on Bloomberg TV about the nomination of Socialist candidate François Hollande to challenge President and probable candidate Nicolas Sarkozy in the May 2012 French presidential elections. ...Read More

 


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