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04 mars 2019

UN Sanctions and Mediation: Establishing Evidence to Inform Practice

The United Nations Sanctions and Mediation Project (SMP) has published its final report entitled “UN Sanctions and Mediation: Establishing Evidence to Inform Practice”.  Based on an 18-month policy research...

04 mars 2019

Exploring Social Change and Democratic Forms: The Influence of...

In her chapter for Building Development Studies for the New Millennium (Palgrave Macmillan), Christine Lutringer, executive director of the Albert Hirschman Centre on Democracy, adopts a long-term perspective...

01 mars 2019

Gender Experts and Gender Expertise

The rise of gender expertise and gender experts as a new profession is a significant and highly controversial phenomenon of contemporary feminist politics. In its latest special issue, the European Journal...

01 mars 2019

Black Activism and Women’s Rights in Interwar Bermuda

The 1930s and 40s saw a spike in antiracist and women’s rights activism in Bermuda. Nicole Bourbonnais, Assistant Professor of International History at the Graduate Institute, recently published in the...

28 février 2019

Palestine and Rule of Power: Local Dissent vs. International...

A new volume published by Palgrave Macmillan addresses issues of resistance, steadfastness and mobilisation against settler colonialism and repression in Palestine. Alaa Tartir, affiliated with the Graduate...

26 février 2019

Les cols blancs passeront à la trappe

Un livre paru tout récemment sous la plume de Richard Baldwin, professeur d’économie internationale à l’Institut, annonce un grand chambardement dans le secteur des services suite à la robotisation, la...

12 février 2019

Buyer-Seller Relationships in the Bangladeshi Garment Industry

Bangladesh is known for its fast-growing clothing industry. How do its firms trade with international buyers? How do these relationships impact the country’s development strategy? As she details below,...

31 janvier 2019

The Rise and Fall of Pan-Arabism

Pan-Arabism was essentially but a phase in the political history of the Middle East and North Africa. So argues Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou in his chapter for the Routledge “Handbook of South-South...

31 janvier 2019

The Farming of Trust: Organic Certification in Uttarakhand

In a paper for “American Ethnologist”, Shaila Seshia Galvin shows how certification inspectors, confronted with the limits of document keeping and inspections, come to understand organic farming as “the...

31 janvier 2019

Sustaining Peace in Cities

Considering the increasing risk of urban conflict and insecurity, a recent Routledge volume edited by Achim Wennmann and Oliver Jütersonke, from the CCDP, provides new perspectives on sustaining peace...