Tommaso Durante, lecturer of the module Changing Global Landscapes: Globalization Challenges for the IRO master program published a contribution to the book The Palgrave Handbook of Global Approaches to Peace of Aigul Kulnazarova and Vesselin Popovski.
On the five-year anniversary of the Revolution of Dignity (aka Euromaidan) in Ukraine, Dr Kateryna Zarembo, guest researcher at the Center of Global Politics (CGP), has published a contribution to the book Civil Society in Post-Euromaidan Ukraine.
Congratulations on receiving the master degree from Freie Universität Berlin to our graduates! After two years of intensive study of International Relations Online and East European Studies, they can now proudly hold their diploma in their hands.
On Tuesday, the 6th of November, the Center for Global Politics welcomed several Members of the Estonian Parliament. The guests were Mr Marko Mihkelson (Estonian Reform Party), Mart Nutt (Isamaa (conservative party)), Ms Barbi Pilvre (Social Democratic Party) and Mr Henn Põlluaas (Conservative People’s Party of Estonia).
The 8th and 9th of October the seminar “Populism and the Future of European Integration”, organized by the Center for the Study of Democracy at the Universidad Francisco de Vitoria in Madrid, took place. Prof. Segbers got invited and talked on the 9th of October about “Eastern Europe and Euroscepticism”.
Yesterday, Prof. Segbers gave a talk for the Open Lithuania Foundation and Goethe-Institute Lithuania in Vilnius with the title “Today’s challenges and the crisis in the European Union: how serious is this?”.
In its new online publication, the German Academic Exchange Service DAAD presents its work from 2008 to 2018, funding high-quality international summer schools both in Germany and abroad. Amongst the ten exemplary programs portrayed are our own Global Politics Seasonal Schools (GPSS). The DAAD brochure is available in German here, and we have recapped some […]
While it is difficult to predict the future, there are distinct developments that already reveal what the world will look like in the upcoming years. Among others, China and the European Union are important actors on the global stage who claim their right to have a say in finding solutions for the most pressing issues […]
This year’s school revolves all around the guiding theme “Migration in the Middle East and Europe: Challenges and Opportunities”. Once again, the Center for Global Politics invited renowned lecturers from Jordan and Germany to jointly discuss current hot topics, this year with a focus on Migration.
Prof. Dr. Klaus Segbers, Director of the Center for Global Politics, wrote an opinion piece for the leading German Newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, published on the 31.07.2018. The article is about the role of a stable Germany for the EU and the indispensable role of the EU itself.
CGP is happy to be back to SIRPA/ Fudan University with their 14th joint Global Politics Summer School China. This year’s guiding theme “How many World Orders will we See in the Future?” will steer discussions around recent developments at the global level and look at diverging views on global orders.
For the second time after 2017, the Center for Graduate International Studies of the University of Tehran and the Center for Global Politics of Freie Universität Berlin joined efforts to organize the Global Politics Summer School (GPSS) Iran. CGP is not only glad to continue its cooperation with the University of Tehran, but is also […]
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.