Past News

Legacy
14 juin 2018

Are weaker agreements more widely accepted?

Ratification of treaties by states is an important step towards domestic compliance to international norms. But are countries less likely to ratify agreements that are more demanding? On Wednesday 6 June...

01 juin 2018

North Korea-Iran nuclear negotiations: what you really need to...

In a recent webinar, professors Grégoire Mallard and Stephanie Hofmann discussed the nuclear negotiations with Iran and Norther Korea. These negotiations stand in stark contrast to one another. The Iran...

30 mai 2018

Global governance and ‘technologies of expertise’

On 24 & 25 May, the Graduate Institute’s Global Governance Centre and NORRAG (Network for international policies and cooperation in education and training) hosted Technologies of Expertise as Technologies...

29 mai 2018

Protection, Law, and the Forging of a British Global Order

How do specific global orders come about? What are the main organizing principles that structure inter-polity relations within those global orders? On Wednesday 23 May 2018, the Global Governance Colloquium...

17 mai 2018

Tracing the effects of IO financing reforms

Last April Cecilia Cannon was among the many Graduate Institute professors and researchers who went to San Francisco to contribute to the 2018 Annual Convention of the International Studies Association...