(Un)Resolved: An Informal Debate about Current Events

Conversational and casual, (Un)Resolved is a brilliant way to put your knowledge of IR into practice!

These very informal sessions put the spotlight on a topical news item, which you explore from an IR perspective, with pizza.

Hosted by a member of IR faculty, these sessions are open to all students and faculty in the Department of International Relations. 

The Winter Term sessions are:


Thursday 14 March 2024
4.00pm to 5.30pm
Venue CKK 2.14

Join Dr Stephanie Schwartz, Assistant Professor in the Department, to discuss "Asylum: A Thing of the Past?”.

Dr Schwartz's research focuses on the politics of forced migration, violent conflict, and humanitarian governance. Her current book project, Homeward Bound: Refugee Return and Local Conflict after Civil War, examines how refugee return influences future patterns of conflict and displacement. Other ongoing research focuses on global asylum governance and qualitative research methods.

Registration details have been sent by email.



We are committed to providing transformational opportunities beyond the classroom in line with LSE's Student Futures programme. This activity contributes to 'Engaging with Civic Issues'.