SOAS University of London

Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy

Room 4429 Seminar Series

Guest speakers and events surrounding Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy related topics and research programmes.

Guest speakers and events surrounding Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy related topics and research programmes.

These events take place at 1pm on Tuesdays in Room 4429. 

Previous Events in this series

Networking Session

Felicity Bush - Careers
5 February 2019, Russell Square: College Buildings, 4429, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Asia Rising: China & India as Emergent Great Powers

Dr Chris Ogden

This event is part of the South Asia & Global Affair seminar series.

The talk will be RECORDED.

NO BOOKING required - If you do not have a SOAS ID Card please sign in at the Main reception. 

OPEN to all.

28 November 2017, Russell Square: College Buildings, 4429, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

The Politics and Ethics of Corporate Compliance

Chenaara Edghill-Peart

OPEN to all - no booking required. This talk will be recorded. 

NOTE: If you do do not have a SOAS ID card please sign in at reception. Event entry will be on first come first basis

17 October 2017, Russell Square: College Buildings, 4429, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

The Historical Significance of East Asia’s Reemergence

Philip Golub

Philip Golub - Professor of International Relations, Department of International and Comparative Politics, American University of Paris

21 March 2017, Russell Square: College Buildings, 4429, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Richard Murphy: Taming the Inclination to Tax Abuse

Professor Richard Murphy

Richard Murphy is a former practicing chartered accountant. He was a founder of the Tax Justice Network. He is now Professor of Practice in International Political Economy, City, University of London specializing in the study of issues relating to domestic and international tax abuse. He also directs Tax Research UK and writes on macroeconomic policy.

17 January 2017, Russell Square: College Buildings, 4429, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Vulnerable Group Skills: Training Course

Join in on this fun and exciting workshop to add tangible value to your skills in working with vulnerable groups such as refugees.

6 December 2016, Russell Square: College Buildings, 4429, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

The Next US President and Foreign Policy

David C. Unger

The next US President and Foreign Policy

CISD is delighted to invite you to a seminar on

Tue. November 15th from 1.00 - 3.00 pm in room 4429

15 November 2016, Russell Square: College Buildings, 4429, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Vulnerable Group Skills: Training Course

Join in on this fun and exciting workshop to add tangible value to your skills in working with vulnerable groups such as refugees!

1 November 2016, Russell Square: College Buildings, 4429, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

SCRAP

Dr Dan Plesch

SCRAP is a research-based, holistic approach to global disarmament developed in CISD at SOAS. It proposes the adoption of an international legally binding agreement for complete and general disarmament. As a concept, it is designed to expand the idea of what is possible in disarmament by drawing on the best practice of past agreements.

4 October 2016, Russell Square: College Buildings, 4429, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Track 2 Dialogue – Pugwash Experiences in the Greater Middle East and South Asia

Sandra Ionno Butcher, Executive Director, Pugwash

Sandra has been involved in private dialogue bringing together high level actors in conflicts in South Asia and the Middle East, and has detailed understanding of the role of twin track diplomacy throughout the Cold War.

She is executive director of the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs, where she also serves as director of the Pugwash history project.

17 November 2015, Russell Square: College Buildings, 4429, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Yemen and Human Rights: Oxfam's Perspective

Martin Butcher, Policy Adviser, Arms Campaign, Oxfam

Martin Butcher is a policy adviser on arms issues for Oxfam. He has worked in the field of security, arms control and disarmament for over 25 years, in London, Brussels and Washington DC.

10 November 2015, Russell Square: College Buildings, 4429, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM