Institute for Diplomacy and International Governance Speaker Series

The Institute for Diplomacy and International Governance has organised a Speaker Series to bring together a mix of academics and practitioners discuss issues relating to diplomacy, foreign policy and international governance.

The speakers will cover a range of interesting and exciting topics including space policy, conflict resolution, President Donald Trump, Turkish diaspora, military intervention in Africa, and the role of research in security policymaking.

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31 October 2019 4.30pm-6pm

Legitimating French Military Interventions in Africa: the Case of Mali and the Sahel

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Prof. Gordon Cumming

Cardiff University

LDN.3.23
14 November 2019 3pm-4.30pm

The Evolution of Sovereignty in the Governance of Outer Space: Legal and Political Perspectives

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Dr. Jill Stuart

LSE

LDN.0.14
23 January 2020 3pm-4.30pm

Transnational Citizenship or Long-Distance Repression? Turkey's Diaspora Engagement Policies

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Dr. Fiona Adamson

SOAS

LDN.3.23
20 February 2020 3pm-4.30pm

Imagined Conflicts: Fictitious Case Studies as a Tool for Conflict Resolution and Peace Building

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Dr. An Jacobs

Nottingham Trent University

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Dr. Norma Rossi

Sandhurst Academy

LDN.3.23
26 March 2020 3pm-4.30pm

Trump: Extraordinary or Routine? Assessing Foreign Policy Change

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Dr. Nick Kitchen

University of Surrey

LDN.3.23
30 April 2020 3pm-4.30pm

The Role of Research in Government Conflict and Security Policymaking

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James Baker

Stabilisation Unit

 LDN.3.23