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LSE IDEAS

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American Surveillance: 2014-15 Philippe Roman Chair Matthew Connelly

Released on: 2 June 2015

Contributor(s): Matthew Connelly

In the wake of Wikileaks and Edward Snowden, it would seem that the US state is obsessed with surveillance and secrecy....

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Power Shifts: Perspectives from the US Foreign Policy Conference

Released on: 16 January 2015

Contributor(s): Delegates at the US Foreign Policy Conference

In September 2014, leading thinkers descended on the LSE for the US Foreign Policy Conference, co-hosted by LSE IDEAS...

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Greece and Europe

Released on: 29 October 2014

Contributor(s): Dr Eirini Karamouzi

In the context of the Eurozone crisis, many have questioned the rationale behind the decision to let Greece join the...

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Reflecting on the end of the Cold War

Released on: 29 October 2014

Contributor(s): Professor Michael Cox

A quarter-century after the end of the Cold War, Founding Co-Director of LSE IDEAS Professor Michael Cox explains why...

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Towards a Global History of the Cold War in Latin America

Released on: 29 October 2014

Contributor(s): Dr Tanya Harmer

Dr Tanya Harmer discusses her research and the need for a global history of the Cold War in Latin America.

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Revolutions and Roundabouts: The Spread of Protest in the Arab Spring

Released on: 14 July 2014

Contributor(s): David Patel

David Patel, Assistant Professor Cornell University and Crown Center Brandeis University discusses his innovative...

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Mass Protests and Electoral Fraud in Russia

Released on: 14 July 2014

Contributor(s): Tomila Lankina, Rodion Skovoroda

Tomila Lankina, Associate Professor of International Relations, LSE and Rodion Skovoroda, Assistant Professor...

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Social Media and Social Networks in the EuroMaidan Protests

Released on: 14 July 2014

Contributor(s): Olga Onuch, Joshua Tucker

Olga Onuch, Research Fellow Nuffield College, Oxford University, and Joshua Tucker, Professor of Politics New York...

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How can states work together to improve global drug policy?

Released on: 14 May 2014

Contributor(s): Dr Nestor Osorio, Dr Ethan Nadelmann, Professor Peter Reuter, Professor Jonathan Caulkins, Professor Mark Kleiman, Dr Vanda Felbab-Brown, Professor Alejandro Madrazo Lajous, Professor Daniel Mejia, Professor Laura Atuesta Becerra…

The LSE IDEAS Expert Group Report on the Economics of Drug Policy produced the most thorough independent economic...

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What are the key questions surrounding regulatory experimentation?

Released on: 14 May 2014

Contributor(s): Dr Nestor Osorio, Dr Ethan Nadelmann, Professor Peter Reuter, Professor Jonathan Caulkins, Professor Mark Kleiman, Dr Vanda Felbab-Brown, Professor Alejandro Madrazo Lajous, Professor Daniel Mejia, Professor Laura Atuesta Becerra…

The LSE IDEAS Expert Group Report on the Economics of Drug Policy produced the most thorough independent economic...

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Ending the Drug Wars: Al Jazeera interview with Editor John Collins

Released on: 7 May 2014

Contributor(s): John Collins

John Collins, Editor of LSE IDEAS Report 'Ending the Drug Wars', talks to Al Jazeera about how the war on drugs has...

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The New Middle East Cold War

Released on: 1 May 2014

Contributor(s): Professor F. Gregory Gause III

Professor F. Gregory Gause III talks about his public lecture ‘The New Middle East Cold War’, organised by the LSE...

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Nationalist wars in Europe?

Released on: 18 March 2014

Contributor(s): Professor Vladislav Zubok, Professor Geoffrey Hosking, Professor Vera Tolz, Dr Victor Apryshchenko

Debate comparing the current crisis over Ukraine in a comparative perspective of the Yugoslav crisis. Discussion of...

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What happened to fascism in Ukraine and Russia?

Released on: 18 March 2014

Contributor(s): Professor Vladislav Zubok, Professor Catriona Kelly, Dr Georgiy Kassianov, Dr Igor Torbakov

Debate on the past and present of national identities and nationalist movements in Ukraine and Russia. Focus on the...

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MSc Diplomacy and International Strategy

Released on: 25 September 2013

Contributor(s): Professor Michael Cox, Gordon Barrass, Dr Toby Dodge, Lauren Ferstandig, Nicolas Trindade, Mark Byatt

Faculty and participants discuss the Executive Masters programme in Diplomacy and International Affairs.

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The Gulag: What We Know Now and Why it Matters

Released on: 24 September 2013

Contributor(s): Anne Applebaum

What was the Gulag? Were you able to work in archives, and do they make a difference? How do survivors remember the...

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Putinism: The Ideology

Released on: 24 September 2013

Contributor(s): Anne Applebaum

What is Putinism? Is it an ideology?

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Does Eastern Europe Still Exist?

Released on: 24 September 2013

Contributor(s): Anne Applebaum

Are there lessons which can be learned from the East European experience of reform? Which have been most successful,...

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Why Have International Drug Policies Proved so Resistant to Change?

Released on: 17 September 2013

Contributor(s): Dr. William B. McAllister, Prof. Peter Reuter, Prof. David Courtwright, Prof. Alex Stevens, Prof. Paul Gootenberg, Dr. David Bewley-Taylor, Prof. Virginia Berridge, Dr. Ethan Nadelmann, Dr. Joanne Csete, Damon Barrett, Nigel Inkster, Prof. Joseph Spillane

In this video twelve world leading drug policy experts address the question: why have international drug policies...

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Is There Hope for Reform of International Drug Policies?

Released on: 17 September 2013

Contributor(s): Dr. William B. McAllister, Prof. Peter Reuter, Prof. David Courtwright, Prof. Alex Stevens, Prof. Paul Gootenberg, Dr. David Bewley-Taylor, Prof. Virginia Berridge, Dr. Ethan Nadelmann, Dr. Joanne Csete, Damon Barrett, Nigel Inkster, Prof. Joseph Spillane

In this video twelve world leading drug policy experts address the question: Is there hope for reform of international...

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