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22 October 2018

Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou: Reading the Khashoggi Affair

The disappearance of the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi since his visit to the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul, on 2 October, and the suspicions of his murder by the Saudi authorities represent one of the most important political crises in the contemporary history of the monarchy in Riyadh. Beyond the violence and morbidity of the alleged sequence of events – namely that Khashoggi was killed...
18 October 2018

A narrative of French political culture by Paroma Ghose

Paroma Ghose is a fifth year PhD student in the International History Department at the Graduate Institute. Her research, "It ain't nothin' but music": A Rap History of the 'Other' in France (1981-2012),...

18 October 2018

Interview with Professor Rui Esteves

The International History Department is delighted to welcome Professor Rui Esteves, who specialises in monetary and financial history. In this interview, Professor Esteves highlights his work and its contribution...