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Applicant Visiting Days Cancelled
Due to Covd-19 Applicant Visiting Days 21 & 28 March have cancelled

First Applicant Visiting Day of 2020
Saturday 15 February

Online Open Day 2019
28 November 2019

Roundtable: ‘Who’s in, Who’s out? Borders and Walls in International Politics’, 27 September
Friday 27 September
Start of term Departmental Roundtable

‘Subversion as Statecraft: Russia and the United States’ EH Carr Lecture - William C. Wohlforth, 3 October
6.00pm Thursday 3 October
Annual EH Carr Lecture & Centenary Lecture

‘Drone Violence as Wild Justice: Administrative Executions on the Terror Frontier’ Christian Enemark, 17 October
4:30pm 17 October
Centenary Lecture Series & IPRS

‘Flirting with disaster: Artificial Intelligence and accidents’ Christopher Hobson, 24 October
4:30pm 24th October
Centenary Lecture & IPRS

Beatrice Fihn, Executive Director ICAN, delivers Annual Waltz Lecture, 31 October
6.00pm 31 October
Kenneth N. Waltz Lecture 2019 & Centenary Lecture

Beyond the NHS? Global health and international politics’ Colin McInnes, 27 November
6pm 27 November 2019
Centenary Lecture

Gideon Rachman Centenary Speaker Series 4 April
4 April 2019
Gideon Rachman: 'Is the West Disintegrating: On the future of the international order.'

4th Centenary Lecture - Prof Louise Richardson, ‘A Hundred Years’ Crisis? In defence of globalism and International Relations’
7 February 2019
Professor Louise Richardson, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford, will deliver a public lecture entitled ‘A Hundred Years’ Crisis? In defence of globalism and International Relations’

International Politics Centenary Alumni Crisis Game 3-5 May
3-5 May 2019
In this Centenary year, we will be holding a unique Alumni Crisis Game in the wonderful setting of Gregynog.

International Politics Centenary Academic Conference 17-19 June 2019
17-19 June 2019
To celebrate the Centenary of the Department of International Politics, we will be holding the Centenary Academic Conference focused on he work that has come out of the Department over the course of the past 100 Years.

Interpol Centenary Alumni Reunion June 21-23 2019
21-23 June 2019
International Politics celebrates its centenary in association with the Old Students’ Association Reunion Weekend

Seminar 'In conversation with Professor Cox', Wednesday 5 December
Wednesday 5 December
A seminar with Professor Michael Cox as a follow up to his lecture on Tuesday evening.

Annual EH Carr & Third Centenary Speaker Series Lecture, Professor Michael Cox, Tuesday 4 December
6:15pm Tuesday 4 December 2018
Professor Michael Cox will deliver a lecture entitled 'E.H. Carr: Nationalism and the Nation-State in an Age of Crisis'

Centre for Intelligence and International Security Studies · 8th Conference · 15-17 November 2018
15-17 November 2018
Intelligence, Past and Present in War and Peace: From the First World War to Today

Kenneth N. Waltz Annual Lecture & Second Centenary Lecture: Professor Cynthia Enloe, 15 November
Thursday 15 November, 6pm
‘Wounds: a Feminist Understanding of Intimacy and War.'

University Open Day 10 November 2018
Saturday 10 November
Come and Visit Us

US Mid-Term Elections Roundtable Wednesdays 7 November
Wednesday 7 November, 6:10pm
Discussion and Q&A on the Congressional elections taking place in the USA on Tuesday

Centenary Reseach Seminar: "Negotiating a multilateral deal: an insider’s view of the extension of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty”
Thursday 1st November 2018
Talk by Andrew Barlow, former Foreign and Commonwealth Office official.

Centenary Event: Geraint Talfan Davies 'Europe:Ruin or Recovery?'
Wednesday 31 October 2018
Centenary celebrations talk and Q&A with Geraint Talfan Davies, Co-Founder of Institute of Welsh Affairs

Centenary Lecture: Rt. Hon. Carwyn Jones AM, First Minister of Wales
11 October 2018
Towards a better Union: past, present and post-Brexit prospects for the United Kingdom

Departmental Round Table: The UK in a Troubled World
28 September 2018
The UK in a Troubled World: the current crisis of British politics