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- Professor Robert Falkner has published an article ‘The Longue Durée of International Environmental Norm Change: Global Environmental Politics Meets the English School of International Relations’, in Global Environmental Politics. Watch Global Environmental Politics Journal's interview with Robert on his article on YouTube.
- LSE Fellow Dimitrios Stroikos has edited the latest volume of Space Policy, which is out now.
- Research Manager Sarah Hélias was the winner in the category for Research Support Advocate at the LSE Values in Practice Awards.
- PhD candidates Albert Cullell Cano and Sophie Anna Kaldor have received the US Phelan Centre PhD Summer Research Grant 2023-34 for their research projects.
- Katerina Dalacoura has published a chapter, ‘Islamism in Republican Turkey’, in Caroline Tee, Philip Dorroll and Fabio Vicini (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Religion in Turkey.
Katerina also gave a lecture on 7 February 2024, ‘The International Thought of Turkish Islamists: History, Civilisation and Nation’, at the School of Government and International Affairs, Durham University.
- Professor John Sidel explains Indonesia's trajectory as a stable and consolidated democracy over the last 25 years and what the future likely holds. Watch here on YouTube.
- DINAM Fellow Mariia Zolkina was invited by LSE IDEAS to present her findings on women’s changing roles in Ukraine. Watch Women on the Frontline (Russia-Ukraine Dialogues Series).
- LSE Fellow Dr Howie Rechavia-Taylor has recently published an article in Project Muse: "German Colonialism in the Courtroom—Law, Reparation, and the Grammars of the Shoah".
- Newly graduated IRD Fellow Dr Tarsis Brito has a new publication in Review of International Studies, "Between race and animality: European borders, ‘colonial dogs’, and the policing of humanity".
- Read Fawaz Gerges' new article in Project Syndicate "Why 'the Rest' Are Rejecting the West".
- Read LSE Fellow Dimitrios Stroikos' latest publication, the chapter 'China and India as Rising Powers and the Militarisation of Space' in The Militarization of European Space Policy.
- PhD candidate Mariah Thornton recently published a blog piece with LSE IDEAS analysing the results of the Taiwanese election results last week, you can read it here: 'Taiwan’s 2024 election results: hard lessons in resisting disinformation'.
- Visiting Fellow Dr Jianyong Yue has had an article published in Global Policy, you can read it here: 'The Limits to China's Peaceful Rise – Deep Integration and a New Cold War'.
- Read William A. Callahan's new article, ‘Visualizing Affective Democracy: Learning Community in China and Taiwan through Images of Foreigners’, in Asan Forum.
- Rohan Mukherjee has secured a Tier 3 grant from LSE’s Global Research Fund to co-organise the inaugural ‘Ashoka LSE Diplomatic Studies Workshop’ at Ashoka University (Sonipat, India) in September 2024.
- DINAM Fellow Mariia Zolkina was an expert on a panel at the event 'Russo-Ukrainian War: Where Things Stand', where they discussed the current state of the Russo-Ukrainian war and the most recent military, political, foreign policy, economic, and societal developments.
- Visiting Senior Fellow Dr Anahita Motazed Rad, has published an article in Middle East Monitor (MEMO) on Developmental states in the Middle East and the status of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
- Rohan Mukherjee had his book Ascending Order: Rising Powers and the Politics of Status in International Institutions recently reviewed in Political Science Quarterly.
- LSE DINAM Fellow Mariia Zolkina has has published a column 2024 will be a decisive year for diplomacy. On illusions and reality for Ukraine in a joint special issue of the Economist and NV, Ukrainian media outlet The World Ahead 2024. Find out more about Mariia's other media appearances and published writing.
- Fawaz Gerges made an appearance on CNN to discuss "Will the war in Gaza escalate to a wider regional conflict".
- Lauren Sukin has accepted a Stanton Nuclear Security Fellowship at MIT for a visiting appointment as a Junior Faculty Fellow during the 2023-2024 academic year.
- Howie Rechavia-Taylor, LSE Fellow, served as Visiting Professor last month to the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. He made a significant contribution by delivering a specialised course on queer politics, 'Queer Anti-Fascism: Transnational Sexual Politics in Authoritarian Times' for graduate students.
- Spyros Economides will be a Visiting Scholar at Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies (CES) at Harvard University from 1 March to 1 June 2024. He will be working on the project ‘Geopolitics, Values and the Re-emergence of “the West”’, which looks at the persistence of the ‘the West’ in international relations and its use in both contemporary academic literature and public commentary.
- Check out this new review of Katherine Millar's book Support the troops: military obligation, gender, and the making of political community, in International Affairs.
- Read IRD Fellow Alexandros Zachariades' report for 89, Global on Gaza and the domestic crises in Lebanon, Jordan and Egypt.
- PhD Candidate Bruno Binetti has written a piece for Foreign Affairs on how Javier Milei Could Change Argentina.
- Peter Trubowitz's, book Geopolitics and Democracy: The Western Liberal Order from Foundation to Fracture, was listed as one of Foreign Affairs’ “Best of Books of 2023.”
- Kira Huju, LSE Fellow, has just published her book Cosmopolitan Elites: Indian diplomats and the social hierarchies of global order (OUP, 2023).] which offers a new way of thinking about liberal order and the cosmopolitan elites who maintain it. It explores how caste underpins social relations among Indian diplomats, and influences how India engages in multilateral diplomacy.
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