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2019

January

22/01/19
25/01/19

February

05/02/19
13/02/19
  • Meet us in Geneva
  • Join staff, students and alumni from the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy

March

05/03/19
06/03/19
  • Annual Law Lecture: In Search of the International Law of Cyberspace
  • Professor Michael Schmitt
  • We welcome Professor Michael Schmitt to deliver the 17th Annual Ruth Steinkraus-Cohen International Law lecture "In Search of the International Law of Cyberspace: A Travelogue", in partnership with United Nations Association Westminster and The Bar Council of England and Wales.

11/03/19
12/03/19
13/03/19
14/03/19
18/03/19
26/03/19
  • Disarmament in Africa
  • Dr Eka Ikpe (Kings College London), Elli Kytomaki (Chatham House / EK Consulting) & Olamide Samuel (SOAS)

April

03/04/19
  • India's Foreign Policy
  • Professor Harsh V. Pant (King's College London), Dr. Avinash Paliwal (SOAS), Dr Thorsten Wojczewski (King's College London)
26/04/19
29/04/19
  • Understanding Lashkar-e-Tayyaba
  • Professor C. Christine Fair (Georgetown University), Dr. Matthw Nelson (SOAS), Dr Ayesha Siddiqa (SOAS), Dr Walter Ladwig (Kings College London), Dr Sarah Ashraf (ISD Global)

May

20/05/19
20/05/19
21/05/19
22/05/19
23/05/19
24/05/19

June

17/06/19
18/06/19
19/06/19
20/06/19
25/06/19

July

11/07/19
17/07/19
31/07/19

August

30/08/19

October

02/10/19
14/10/19
28/10/19
30/10/19
31/10/19
  • Can the Banks be trusted again?
  • Suvro Dutta (KPMG)
  • KPMG's Suvro Dutta will talk about whether banks are safe and can be trusted now, or if the sector need further reforms – in the UK and internationally.

November

28/11/19
  • The Diplomacy of Decolonization
  • Professor Alanna O'Malley (Leiden University / /The Hague University of Applied Sciences), Dr Sue Onslow (Institute of Commonwealth Studies) + more TBC
  • Professor Alanna O’Malley discusses the role of the UN during the Congo crisis from 1960 to 1964, revealing how the UN helped position this event as a lightning rod in debates about how decolonisation interacted with the Cold War.