Faculty Notes

Prof. Graziano presents his latest book at the Italian Cultural Institute in New York

Read more...Professor Manlio Graziano presented his latest book, The Failure of Italian Nationhood (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010) at the Italian Cultural Institute in New York City on September 13, in front of an audience of around fifty journalists, university ...

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Professor Bismuth's Recent Publications

Read more...Professor Bismuth published an article entitled «Le droit international économique: entre libéralisation et régulation» in the May-June issue of the International Relations journal Questions Internationales, published by La Documentation Française (n° 49, 2011, pp. 68-74). This article ...

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Prof. Graziano Publishes Article in Leading Italian Geopolitics Journal

Read more...Professor Manlio Graziano published an article about the geopolitical relations between France and Germany in the latest issue of Italy's leading journal on geopolitics Limes. His article is entitled "Come riunire i franchi dell’Est e dell’Ovest" ...

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Prof. McGiffen speaks at meeting of 'Modern Left Parties' on European Crisis

Read more...On August 19th-20th Professor Steve McGiffen, who also works as a consultant and translator for the Socialist Party of the Netherlands (SPNL), attended a gathering of 'Modern Left Parties' in Amsterdam. The small, informal meeting was ...

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Prof. Anand Teaches in the Junior Statesmen of America Program at Stanford

Read more...Having taught the 'International Relations' section at JSA Stanford in July 2011, Professor Anand, who replaced Prof. Paul Viotti, has now taught at three of the most prestigious university campuses in the world, Georgetown, Stanford and Princeton. The Junior ...

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Professor Harwich Named Co-Director of Leading French Research Center on the Americas

Read more...In June, Prof. Nikita Harwich was elected Co-director of the French Research Center "Mondes Américains, Sociétés, Circulations, Pouvoirs (XVème-XXIème siècle)" (MASCIPO), which is the largest and one of the most highly regarded research centers in France concerning the ...

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Prof. Mc Giffen Edits Special Issue of Socialism and Democracy Featuring Articles by AGS Alumni

Read more...Professor McGiffen has guest-edited a special edition about the European Union of the U.S.-based quarterly journal Socialism and Democracy, published by Routledge. This edition, which will appear in July, contains an article by Mc Giffen entitled "Bloodless Coup d'Etat: the ...

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Prof. Hanna-El-Daher in Brussels at Workshop on Prevention of Genocide

Read more...On May 12-13, AGS faculty member Ambassador Samira Hanna-El-Daher participated in a workshop entitled "Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities" which took place in Brussels, at the Hungarian Permanent Representation to the European Union. The event was organized by ...

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Prof. Hanna-El-Daher Speaks on Lebanon at the French Airforce Academy

Read more...On March 9, AGS faculty member Ambassador Samira Hanna-El-Daher gave a presentation at the French Airforce Academy (Ecole de l'Air) on the subject of Lebanon.

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Professor Hanna-El-Daher goes to Chad on an Election Observation Mission

Read more...AGS professor Ambassador Samira Hanna-El-Daher was one of the election observers in Chad during the last legislative elections on February 13, as a member of the delegation of the International Organization of the Francophonie (Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie).

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