News Archives

14 February 2019

Fin de règne à Caracas : Le gouvernement de Nicolas Maduro au...

A l'interne, l'hyperinflation, l'effondrement économique et le virage autoritaire du régime tournent à la tragédie. Les classes populaires, bénéficiaires de la rente pétrolière sous Hugo Chávez, s'en détournent...

11 February 2019

An Exchange “Straight Out of the Movies”

Adithi Koushik, originally from Bengaluru, India, is in her second year of studies for a Master in International Law at the Graduate Institute. She spent a semester abroad at the University of California,...

05 February 2019

A Yale PhD Candidate Finds His “Home Away from Home”

Stephen Herzog came to the Graduate Institute in the 2018 fall semester as a junior research fellow to explore archival materials and conduct interviews for his doctoral dissertation on nuclear arms control....

29 January 2019

Paving the Way to More Responsible Journalism

The Graduate Institute, together with its Danish partner, the Constructive Institute, organised the second Global Constructive Journalism Conference on 18 January 2019. Speakers came from global media...

25 January 2019

Two Graduate Institute Students win a prize for their Applied...

In a time of an epidemic of fake news and the questioning of social media, Amanda Germanio and Julia Jäckle, two students working toward a Master in Development Studies at the Graduate Institute, developed,...

24 January 2019

Accord de collaboration avec PricewaterhouseCoopers

L’Institut a signé le mardi 22 janvier un accord avec PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) qui vise notamment à élargir les possibilités d’expérience professionnelle pour ses étudiants (« capstones », stages,...

24 January 2019

Capstone 2019: Call for New Student Projects with Geneva Partners

Now in its ninth year, the Graduate Institute’s flagship Capstone applied research initiative is preparing to launch. Capstone research collaborations bring together small groups of students with external...

23 January 2019

Brexit Agony: Lessons Learned for Negotiators

Defeat in the House of Commons of the proposed Withdrawal Agreement between the UK and the EU was largely expected. And defeat there was, to an unprecedented extent in the House of Commons’ history. As...

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14 January 2019

Global Health Disruptors: Migration

Migration has always been part of human history. The overall number of migrants across the world has remained stable over the past decade, but in recent years we have seen an unprecedented level of movement...

14 January 2019

An Oxford PhD Candidate Finds Inspiration at the Institute

Leandra Bias (pictured) completed a three-week stay at the Institute as part of her doctoral research and funded by the Europaeum Oxford-Geneva Bursary. Of Greek heritage but born and raised in Zurich,...