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14 June 2018

Trump et la fin du dollar roi?

Pour ceux qui doutaient encore, la dernière réunion du G7 a confirmé que l’administration Trump a tourné le dos au multilatéralisme économique et politique que les Etats-Unis ont construit depuis...

14 June 2018

António Vitorino: Global Compact on Migration will be a test...

On June 12, the Institute’s Global Migration Centre hosted António Vitorino, candidate for the post of Director General of the International Organisation for Migration, as part of the Global Migration...

13 June 2018

What should we conclude from the Trump/Kim summit?

David Sylvan, Professor of International Relations/Political Science and Graduate Institute Research Director, reflects on the Singapore summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un. What are your main...

06 June 2018

Graduate Institute and FAO to collaborate on food and agriculture...

From ending poverty and hunger to responding to climate change and sustaining our natural resources, food and agriculture lies at the heart of the 2030 Agenda. On 4 June, the Graduate Institute and the...

05 June 2018

Kick it like a girl! Françoise Grange Omokaro to study girls’...

Françoise Grange Omokaro has been co-awarded a grant by the Swiss Programme for Research on Global Issues for Development (r4d Programme) for a research project Kick it like a Girl! Young Women Push Themselves...

05 June 2018

Mahmoud Mohamedou: The issues raised by the ISIS story go beyond...

Professor of International History Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou discussed his recent book A Theory of Isis – Political Violence and the Transformation of the Global Order (Pluto Press and University...

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04 June 2018

Jill Abramson: “Women have a special talent for bearing witness”

On 29 May the distinguished journalist Jill Abramson spoke at Maison de la Paix about women in the media, exploring key female voices from 1930s war correspondent Martha Gellhorn (pictured above) through...

30 May 2018

Celebrating 70 years of the World Health Organization

From 20-26 May the Graduate Institute’s Global Health Centre organised a week-long programme of events for delegates attending the World Health Assembly, the annual decision-making body of the World Health...

30 May 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 May 2018

Richard Baldwin: globalisation at a ‘Holy Cow’ moment

Digital technological repeatedly surprises and disrupts despite being rather predictable. Computer processing speed, for example, has followed what is known as Moore’s Law for decades. The explanation...