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28 février 2018

How the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) has changed, and why that matters?

Intellectual property (IP) rules and policy sit at the heart of high-stakes battles across the global knowledge economy. On matters as diverse as internet piracy, access to medicines, counterfeiting, data privacy and domain names to the use of seeds, and indigenous knowledge, news headlines regularly highlight disputes over how societies regulate the ownership of information, ideas, technology and...
23 février 2018

New Perspectives on the End of the Cold War: Unexpected Transformations?

A new book edited by Professor Hanhimäki and colleagues addresses diverse issues and challenges several “common wisdoms” about the end of the Cold War. Together, its contributions provide insights on the...

16 février 2018

Is global governance in crisis, or just transforming?

Whereas the 20th century was defined by the expansion of multilateral cooperation and integration, the early 21st century has witnessed President Trump’s “America first” policy, “Brexit” and various populist...

19 décembre 2017

PhD research on altruism in international law

Jason Rudall explores the emergence of legal relationships between states and individuals in other countries.

13 décembre 2017

Liliana Andonova on global public-private partnerships

Her latest book explains the nature of this institutional change in international relations.