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Business / Economics - Politics - 15.01.2020

Politics - Administration - 14.01.2020
What will shape our world in 2020?
In 2020, unrest in Hong Kong, political turbulence in Australia, and spats over social media will continue to dominate the news.

Politics - 13.01.2020
Preparing for the legislature
Preparing for the legislature
Separation of powers, foreign policy, economic policy and climate change - at a two-day event in the Bern region, ETH imparted expertise to newly elected parliamentarians.

Politics - 10.01.2020

Administration - Politics - 08.01.2020

Politics - 08.01.2020
Future of U.S./Iran relations
Stanford scholars warn that instability in Iraq and Arab Gulf states would be the result of continuing conflicts between the United States and Iran.

Politics - 18.12.2019

Politics - Administration - 17.12.2019
Impeachment puts GOP’s divisive tactics center-stage, says Berkeley expert
Thomas Mann is a resident scholar at Berkeley's Institute of Governmental Studies.

Politics - Environment - 12.12.2019
What’s the point of impeachment in hyper-polarized America?
Because Congress and the public are locked in extreme partisan polarization, the impeachment process will not change many minds, according to a panel of experts.

Politics - 12.12.2019
His Excellency Jack to represent Queensland’s youth
University of Queensland graduand Jack Hill has been appointed Youth Governor of Queensland for 2020, working to amplify the voice of young people across the state.

Politics - Philosophy - 09.12.2019
In a war perceived as just, many Americans excuse war criminals
In a war perceived as just, many Americans excuse war criminals
Almost half of Americans are willing to allow a war crime - a massacre of innocent women and children - go unpunished when they believe the act was committed by soldiers fighting for a just cause.

Politics - 06.12.2019
Oxford interviews explained
Oxford interviews explained
Over the next two weeks Oxford will welcome thousands of prospective undergraduate students as they take part in the University's annual admissions interviews.

Business / Economics - Politics - 06.12.2019

Astronomy / Space Science - Politics - 28.11.2019
ESA Ministerial Council Meeting: Switzerland to participate in new programmes and play a leading role in the removal of space debris
On 27 and 28 November 2019, State Secretary Martina Hirayama attended the European Space Agency's ESA Ministerial Council meeting in Seville ("Space 19+").

Politics - 26.11.2019
Symposium: Critical Turns in the Study of Modern Turkey
11:00 - 18:00 VeranstalterIn Zentrum für Südosteuropastudien Veranstaltungsort Ort: Meerscheinschlössl, Mozartgasse 3 8010 Teilnahme Termin vormerken: Termin vormerken Turkey's recent history abounds with epic critical turns and junctures.

Administration - Politics - 01.11.2019
Q&A with Vice Provost and Dean of Research Kathryn Moler on undue foreign interference in academic research
Q&A with Vice Provost and Dean of Research Kathryn Moler on undue foreign interference in academic research
Two faculty committees recently provided recommendations for how Stanford should address federal concerns about undue foreign interference in research.

Politics - Environment - 29.10.2019
Opinion: Greta Thunberg highlights the problematic way both the right and left view child activists
Dr Diana Georgescu, Lecturer at UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies, writes that Greta Thunberg divides opinion due to deep-seated beliefs that childhood is an age of innocence and being dependent on adults.

Politics - 29.10.2019
How violence unfolded during China's Cultural Revolution
How violence unfolded during China’s Cultural Revolution
Contrary to many published narratives, China's Cultural Revolution was a rebellion that unfolded from within the party state, with party cadres seizing power from their superiors, Stanford sociologist finds.

Politics - 24.10.2019
Suspicions of Internet Monitoring Lead to Self-Censorship
Suspicions of Internet Monitoring Lead to Self-Censorship
More than half of internet users in Switzerland avoid searching for certain terms or expressing certain views online because they believe they are being monitored.

Politics - 18.10.2019
Offers alternative interpretation of iconic Rainbow Portrait & challenges myths of Elizabethan England
New book offers alternative interpretation of iconic Rainbow Portrait & challenges myths of Elizabethan England A new book by a Professor at the University of Sussex offers a new interpretation o

Politics - Social Sciences - 16.10.2019
Bridging political divides
Bridging political divides
"America in One Room" was a historic gathering organized under the supervision of Stanford's Center for Deliberative Democracy that brought 500 American voters together for a nonpartisan discussion about the major issues of the 2020 presidential election.

Politics - 15.10.2019
Border walls don’t make us safer or stronger, says political scientist
A family looks towards metal bars marking the U.S. border where it meets the Pacific Ocean on March 2, 2016, in Tijuana, Mexico.

Administration - Politics - 15.10.2019
Mideast energy subsidy reforms succeed against the odds
Mideast energy subsidy reforms succeed against the odds
As government reforms of energy subsidies trigger chaos in OPEC-member Ecuador, similar reforms are quietly succeeding in other oil-exporting countries.

Politics - 11.10.2019
Why 1619 should matter as much to America as 1776
Finding evidence of slavery's impact on modern America isn't difficult. What's challenging, said journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones, is centering that evidence within the national memory.

Politics - 08.10.2019
New paper explores race, representation in campaign finance
In politics as in life, money talks. And in American politics, the question of "Who donates?” is closely linked to the crucial question of "Who governs?” By far, most campaign donations historically have come from white voters.

Politics - Event - 08.10.2019
Pearson Global Forum in Berlin to focus on deconstructing conflict
Renowned experts from politics, academia and civil society will gather Oct.

Career - Politics - 04.10.2019
Stanford Drell Lecturer advises rethinking U.S. national security in an age of global disruptions
Stanford Drell Lecturer advises rethinking U.S. national security in an age of global disruptions
At Stanford, former Pentagon leader Michèle Flournoy advises rethinking U.S. national security and defense in an era where great-power rivalries and geopolitical and technological change have shifted the strategic landscape.

Politics - Social Sciences - 26.09.2019
Examines why liberty blossoms in some states but wilts in others
In The Narrow Corridor, Prof. James Robinson examines struggle between state and society Nearly three decades after the fall of the Berlin Wall, University of Chicago scholar James A. R
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