Starting in September 2018, the Center for Global Politics and the Dresden International University offer a master-level qualification on the topic of “Promises and Disruptions of Global Flows”.
Tommaso Durante, lecturer of the Center for Global Politics, released a new academic website about the importance of pictures, their effect on and connection with theory.
The latest Global Matters Blogpost is online. This weeks topic is about Populism in Europe: Because of populist governments in countries like Poland, Hungary and Slovakia the democratic picture of Europe and the EU is changing. How can we deal with these populist tendencies? You are very welcome to share your opinion here.
Following the Italian elections in March this year, we now have the opportunity to observe a newly elected populist government in action. One can argue that Poland, Hungary, and Slovakia have become increasingly populist under existing conservative and nationalist governments. Austria’s governing coalition uneasily incorporates many aspects of populism into their far-right platform. Italy, however, […]
On the 19th of June, Prof. Dr. Segbers invited Cécile Calla to his Seminar „Medien und Politik“ (Media and Politics) at the Freie Universität Berlin.
In less than two weeks, 27 students from Iran, Germany and Denmark will participate in this year’s Global Politics Summer School Iran. It is the second time after 2017 that the school will take place at the University of Tehran. The program is jointly organized and funded by the Center for Global Politics of FU […]
Global matters is a project of the Center for Global Politics at Freie Universität Berlin. Our goal is to present ideas and reflections on important global issues. Global matters is an attempt to offer this orientation and to encourage informed debates about how global issues should or could be analyzed and addressed. Since we do […]
In a few days one of the world’s largest sporting events commences: the FIFA Football World Cup, this year held in Russia. With the recurrence of the World Cup in a new city every four years, we find ourselves debating how close or far politics should be from big soccer events. Putin’s Russia (which is […]