Tag: Lecture

Online Lecture Series “Decolonising Europe” by Dr. Beste Isleyen and Dr. Tasniem Anwar, #1 (17 June- 15 July 2020)

Online Lecture Series “Decolonising Europe” by Dr. Beste Isleyen and Dr. Tasniem Anwar, #1 (17 June- 15 July 2020)

Dr. Beste Isleyen and Ms Tasniem Anwar organised a series of online lectures, “Decolonising Europe”,  at the Amsterdam Centre for European Studies – ACES. The Online Lecture Series were inaugurated with a lecture that explored the meaning, emergence and implications of “Eurocentrism” in world politics. The […]

Workshop with Dr. Beste İşleyen: “”The Governance of Borders and Migration in the (Southern) Mediterranean: Entanglements of the Domestic, the Regional and the International”

Workshop with Dr. Beste İşleyen: “”The Governance of Borders and Migration in the (Southern) Mediterranean: Entanglements of the Domestic, the Regional and the International”

Dr. Beste İşleyen convened a workshop on “The Governance of Borders and Migration in the (Southern) Mediterranean: Entanglements of the Domestic, the Regional and the International”. The workshop brought together academics with diverse geographical foci, including Italy, Greece, Malta, Morocco, Libya, Tunisia and Turkey. Amsterdam […]

Event: international conference “The International System with Trump: to Where?”

Event: international conference “The International System with Trump: to Where?”

Dr. Dimitris Bouris and Dr. Daniela Huber participated in the international conference “The International System with Trump: to Where?” organized by the Ibrahim Abu-Lughod Institute of International Studies, 16-17 April 2019.

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Nabil Shaath shares his thoughts on Palestinian statehood and international consensus

Nabil Shaath shares his thoughts on Palestinian statehood and international consensus

Nabil Shaath, the foreign policy adviser of the Palestinian President, gave a lecture at Birzeit University on the Palestinian quest for independence within an international context, on Wednesday, November 7th, 2018. Learn more about the event.

Professor Khaled Al-Hroub traces the impact of the British Mandate and the Oslo Accords on Palestinian statehood

Professor Khaled Al-Hroub traces the impact of the British Mandate and the Oslo Accords on Palestinian statehood

Khaled Al-Hroub, a professor of Middle Eastern studies at Northwestern University in Qatar, gave a lecture on the impact of colonial powers on Palestinian statehood, and the historic plan to delegitimize the Palestinian quest for independence, at Birzeit University on Thursday, October 4th 2018. See […]

Lecture by Ambassador of Japan to Jordan

Lecture by Ambassador of Japan to Jordan

The Ambassador of Japan to Jordan Hidenao Yanagi delivered a lecture at the University of Jordan titled: “Japanese Policy towards the Middle East including the Jordan-Japan Relations”.

He addressed topics including Jordan’s importance in the region, Jordan – Japan relations, the conflict in Syria in regard to Syrian refugees, Japanese foreign policy in the Middle East and Japan’s position in the Middle East Peace Process.


For more information on the event and further description of the discussions, visit The University of Jordan.

Guest lecture: Anis Nacrour “The ‘Arab Spring’ and its Global Consequences” – Roskilde, 1 February 2019

Guest lecture: Anis Nacrour “The ‘Arab Spring’ and its Global Consequences” – Roskilde, 1 February 2019

Michelle Pace hosted on the 1st of February 2019, the former French diplomat and former Head of EU Delegation to Syria, Anis Nacrour. In his talk, Anis Nacrour addressed the major past and ongoing changes and challenges in International Relations in the last twenty-five years. […]