Professor Rosemary Hollis is a leading analyst of Middle Eastern affairs. She is presently Professor of Middle East Policy Studies and director of the Olive Tree Programme at City University London. The title of her DDMI Annual Lecture is: 'The 2013 Syria Crisis: Implications for Britain and the Middle East' (provisional). Her lecture will take place at 6 pm in the Main Hall of the International Politics Building on 27 February 2014.
6th Davies Forum - What will Germany’s new coalition government mean for Germany, Europe, and the world?’
The 6th Davies Forum will take place at 4:30 p.m. on 9 December in the Main Hall of the International Politics Building. The speakers will be Professor Björn Weiler from the Department of History & Welsh History, and Drs Claudia Hillebrand and Alistair Shepherd and PhD Candidate Robert Kammel from the Department of International Politics. They will discuss: 'What will Germany’s new coalition government mean for Germany, Europe, and the world?’
Dr Helen Brocklehurst guest lecture: 'State of play: securities of childhood - insecurities of children'
The DDMI and its International Politics Research Group are pleased to host Dr Helen Brocklehurst of the Department of Politics and International Relations, Swansea University. Brocklehurst is an IR specialist with a strong interest in children and childhood and their relationship to international politics. Her guest lecture will take place at 2:00 pm on 22 November in the Meetings Room of the International Politics Building.
Wolfgang Wagner - "Accommodation or Confrontation? The cultural foundations of policies toward so-called 'rogue states'"
The DDMI and its research group, the International Politics Research Group, were pleased to host a special guest lecture by Professor Wolfgang Wagner of VU University Amsterdam. The lecture took place in the Main Hall of the International Politics Building, Aberystwyth University, on the 21st of October.