Home > IDEAS > Fellowships > News from our Fellows


News from our Fellows

  • Typhoon tourism: One week in North Korea
    Parag Khanna, Visiting Fellow at LSE IDEAS, reports on life inside the world's last Stalinist state in a fascinating piece for CNN.
  • How Multi-Stakeholder is Global Policy?
    LSE IDEAS Visiting Fellow Parag Khanna has published a piece in Global Policy journal on global policy-making in a multi-stakeholder world.
  • Hybrid Reality: Thriving in the Emerging Human-Technology Civilization (TED Books) eBook: Parag Khanna, Ayesha Khanna: Kindle Store
    LSE IDEAS Visiting Fellow Parag Khanna has published a book titled 'Hybrid Reality', now available on Amazon (Kindle Edition).
  • Anne Applebaum takes up Philippe Roman Chair
    Acclaimed scholar and journalist Anne Applebaum will arrive this week at LSE IDEAS to commence her one-year tenure as Philippe Roman Professor in History and International Affairs. Welcome to the first woman to hold this position.
  • Former LSE IDEAS Stonex Scholar awarded Max Weber Fellowship at European University Institute
    Gregorio Bettiza, former LSE IDEAS Stonex PhD Scholarship holder for International Relations, has been awarded a Max Weber Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the European University Institute (EUI).
  • New Visiting Fellow at LSE IDEAS
    Parag Khanna, Senior Research Fellow at the New America Foundation, Senior Fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations, and Director of the Hybrid Reality Institute, is now a Visiting Fellow at LSE IDEAS. Welcome Parag!
  • Dr Pettina´s Book Reviewed by Professor Rafael Rojas
    Dr. Vanni Pettinà’s last book “Cuba y EE.UU., 1933-1959. Del Compromiso Nacionalista al Conflicto (Cararata, 2011)(http://www.catarata.org/libro/mostrar/id/695), was reviewed by Professor Rafael Rojas, Director of the History Department at CIDE of Mexico City and Global Scholar at Princeton University. Rojas is actually on of the most influential scholars in the field of Latin American and Cuban Studies, with more than fifteen books on the intellectual history and the politics of Latin America, Mexico and Cuba. He has received several international prizes such as the Matías Romero award for his book Cuba mexicana: Historia de una anexión imposible (2001), the Anagrama essay prize for Tumbas sin sosiego: Revolución, disidencia y exilio del intelectual cubano (2006), and the first Isabel de Polanco Essay Award for Las repúblicas de aire: Utopía y desencanto en la revolución hispanoamericana (2009). Dr. Vanni Pettinà is LSE-IDEAS Associated Researcher and a Kluge Postdoctoral Fellow.
  • New Paulson Fellow arrives at IDEAS
    Dr Yulia Komleva is Associate Professor at the Chair of Modern and Contemporary History of Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg, Russia.
  • Dr Vanni Pettina's Book Published by Catarata
    The book 'Cuba y Estados Unidos, 1933-1959.Del compromiso nacionalista al conflicto (Cuba ann the United States, 1933-1959. From Compromise to Conflict) was published by Catarata Publishers (Spain) in October 2011. In this book, Dr. Vanni Pettinà intertwines local and global long term historical dynamics in an attempt to explain the factors that produced the Cuban 1950’s political crisis and Washington opposition to the Fidel Castro’s insurrection between 1956-1959. Based on archival researches in Europe, the US and the former Soviet Union, the book represents an attempt to refresh and update the debate on a crucial historical turning-point.
  • The Euro Crisis: A Historical Perspective
    In this research report Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol explores the current euro crisis by looking at the debates preceding the conception of the euro. How can the early days of EU monetary cooperation help us understand today's predicament? And what lessons can we draw from them for the euro?
  • A Long Goodbye: The Soviet Withdrawal from Afghanistan
    The conflict in Afghanistan looms large in the collective consciousness of Americans. What has the United States achieved, and how will it withdrawal without sacrificing those gains? Dr Kalinovsky's A Long Goodbye is the first comprehensive account of the Soviet Withdrawl in Afghanistan.