Current Events and News

2019-2020 Centenary Events


5 December 2019 

Jan Ruzicka (Aberystwyth University)

"Re-inventing the World: David Davies and International Politics", Main Hall, Department of International Politics, 6pm.

29 November 2019

Lt General James Hockenhull (Chief of Defence Intelligence)

Title TBA, Main Hall, Department of International Politics, 6pm

27 November 2019

Colin McInnes (Aberystwyth University)

"Beyond the NHS?: Global Health and International Politics in Transition", Main Hall, Department of International Politics, 6pm.

31 October 2019

Beatrice Fihn (International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons)

"International Politics is Alive and Well", Main Hall, Department of International Politics, 6pm.

17 October 2019

Christian Enemark (University of Southampton)

"Drone Violence as Wild Justice: Administrative Executions on the Terror Frontier", Main Hall, Department of International Politics, 4.30pm.

3 October 2019

William Wohlforth (Dartmouth College)

EH Carr Memorial Lecture: "Subversion as Statecraft. Russia and the United States." Main Hall, Department of International Politics, 6pm. For more information, please click here

21-23 June 2019

Alumni Reunion

For more information and to register, click here 

20-21 June 2019

Early Career and Postgraduate Research Workshop

17-19 June 2019

Academic Conference on Aber Legacy and Futures of IR

16 May 2019

Ben Lake:

"Brexit from the back benches"

3-5 May 2019

Alumni Crisis Game

2 May 2019

Professor John Ikenberry:

 "The End of the Liberal World Order?"

25-27 April 2019

DDMI Conference on Davies’ intellectual legacy

4 April 2019

Gideon Rachman, Financial Times:

"Is the West desintegrating?"

5 March 2019

Sir Steve Smith:

"The Roaring Nineties and Noughties: The Transformation of the Department of International Politics at Aberystwyth"

21 february 2019

Professor Ken Booth:

"International Relations; the Future’s Inconvenient Truth"

7 February 2019

Professor Louise Richardson:

"A Hundred Years’ Crisis: In defence of globalism and International Relations"

4 December 2018

Professor Michael Cox:

"E. H. Carr: Nationalism and the Nation State in an Age of Crisis"

24 November 2018

Dr Jan Ruzicka:


15 November 2018

Professor Cynthia Enloe:

"Wounds: A Feminist Understanding of Intimacy and War"

1 November 2018

Andrew Barlow:

"Negotiating a multilateral deal: an insiders view of the extension of the NPT"

31 October 2018

Geraint Talfan Davies:

"Europe: Ruin or Recovery?"

11 October 2018

Rt. Hon. Carwyn Jones AM, First Minister:

"Towards a better Union: Past, Present and Post Brexit prospects for the UK"