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St Antony’s College 2014 Elliott Lecture: 'Ukraine and its Place in the World'

Recorded: 14/03/2014

On 14 March 2014 the Russian and Eurasian Studies Centre at St Antony’s College organised the 2014 Elliott Lecture: “Ukraine and its Place in the World”.

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‘Winning friends abroad: can Britain’s cultural power maintain its influence in the modern world?’

Recorded: 27/02/2014

Sir Martin Davidson KCMG, CEO of the British Council, examines the UK’s soft power capacity: its ability to make its national presence felt through its powers of cultural attraction rather than its economic muscle and military might. In a rapidly changing international environment, achieving its foreign policy goals will require all of the UK’s creativity, wit and innovation. Does the UK have what it takes?

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'Academic Blogging: Political Analysis in the Digital Age'

Recorded: 25/02/2014

On Tuesday 25 February, from 13:00 to 17:00, the Department of Politics and International Relations hosted an event on the subject of 'Academic Blogging: Political Analysis in the Digital Age' in the Lecture Theatre of Manor Road Building.

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Book Launch - 'Is the EU Doomed'

Recorded: 11/02/2014

A book Discussion on Professor Jan Zielonka's new book 'Is the EU Doomed?' (Publication date April 2014) took place on 11 February 2014, with discussants Edward Lucas (The Economist), Kalypso Nicolaïdis (St Antony’s College, Oxford), and Andreas Gross (Swiss MP and Head of Socialist Group, Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe). The discussion was chaired by Othon Anastasakis (St Antony’s College, Oxford).

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Book Launch - 'The War That Ended Peace: The Road to 1914’

Recorded: 31/01/2014

On 31 January 2014, St. Antony's College hosted a book launch for its Warden Professor Margaret MacMillan's new release 'The War That Ended The Peace: The Road to 1914'. Discussants were Paul Betts (St Antony’s College, Oxford), Robert Service (St Antony’s College, Oxford), Eugene Rogan (St Antony’s College, Oxford), and Adam Roberts (Balliol College, Oxford) and the event was chaired by Othon Anastasakis (St Antony’s College, Oxford).

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'The Global Liberal Order and its Future'

Recorded: 24/01/2014

On 24 January 2014, the Centre for International Studies hosted a workshop on 'The Global Liberal Order and its Future' with Professor John Ikenberry (Princeton University and George Eastman Professor, Oxford University, 2013-2014 and Fellow of Balliol College) and Professor Andrew Hurrell (DPIR and Balliol College). The event was chaired by Professor Rosemary Foot (St Antony’s College) and commentators were Ms Kate Brooks (Department of Politics and International Relations and Green Templeton College); and Mr Julian Gruin (Department of Politics and International Relations and St Antony’s College).

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Launch of Constitutional Studies Programme

Recorded: 23/01/2014

The Constitutional Studies Programme is a joint initiative between the Faculty of Law and the Department of Politics at the University of Oxford. Its objectives are to increase the amount of interdisciplinary cooperation between law and political science in the field of constitutional studies and to raise the profile of the academic study of constitutional law and politics.

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DPIR Alumni Event: ‘The Engagement of Theory’

Recorded: 30/11/2013

The theory of politics is sometimes seen as abstract, ivory-tower thinking, detached from reality. But the challenges that face Britain today—constitutional reform, possible secession by Scotland, our relation to the authorities in Brussels and in Strasbourg, and our views about immigration and financial equity—all involve fundamental concepts and values. And it is the mission of political theorists to think as hard as they can about how those values and concepts affect the issues that face our politicians and voters. So we have assembled a team of Oxford theorists to present some of our latest thinking on these topics, to show how theory affects practice and how practice generates the problems that engage and fascinate our theorists. Our theme is “The Engagement of Theory” and our presentations are about the challenges and sometimes the disconcerting implications of working through these issues with a clear sense of political values.

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Cyril Foster Lecture: ‘The Political Origins of Global Justice’

Recorded: 28/11/2013

Against the background of the broader history of the idea of human rights, this lecture investigates when and why the contemporary field of "global justice" in philosophy and political theory was invented. Returning to the engagement of American liberals with the decolonization process in the 1970s, in the aftermath of the Vietnam war and even as more powerful tendencies were about to bring the welfarist ideal of the postwar era low, this lecture presents contemporary "cosmopolitanism" as a response to a forgotten revolt of the global south against the prevailing economic order of our age.

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'Palestine's Future: Law, Diplomacy, and Activism'

Recorded: 27/11/2013

Professor Richard Falk is Albert G. Milbank Professor Emeritus of International Law at Princeton University, the author or co-author of 20 books and the editor or co-editor of another 20 books, political activist on world affairs, member of a number of International Commissions (MacBride Commission, Independent Commission on Kosovo) and formal United Nations roles.

Professor Falk is currently United Nations Special Rapporteur, appointed by the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) on "the situation of human rights in the Palestinian territories occupied since 1967”.

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