International CPD Events in May 2019
The Panacea Program
2nd May 2019 10:00 | Rebecca D'Amato
An intensive and interactive weekend course focusing on emotional intelligence and soulful development.
What might the European elections mean for the future of the EU?
16th May 2019 18:30 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
In this especially timely occasion; the panel will consider the impact of the upcoming European elections on the EU as a negotiating actor of Brexit and the future relationship with the UK. Will the balance of power change in the EU institutions? Is this the next stop for the populist wave; after Brexit?
Internationale Blues: Revolutionary Pessimism and the Politics of Solidarity
17th May 2019 18:30 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
In the context of Afro-pessimism; this lecture will imagine “the Internationale;” that great song of international solidarity and revolution transcending the nation; as a blues.
How Reform Worked in China
21st May 2019 18:30 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
Chinese economist Yingyi Qian will be in dialogue with Jin Keyu to discuss Qian’s book How Reform Worked in China: The Transition from Plan to Market.
State-Like and State-Dislike in the Anthropological Margins
23rd May 2019 18:00 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
This lecture argues for a return to the study of political institutions in so-called “stateless societies”.
Upheaval: how nations cope with crisis and change
28th May 2019 18:30 | The London School of Economics and Political Science
In his new book Upheaval: how nations cope with crisis and change Jared Diamond traces how seven countries have survived defining catastrophes – from the forced opening of Japan to the Soviet invasion of Finland to Chile’s brutal Pinochet regime – through selective change; a process of painful self-appraisal and adaptation.
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- Brexit: with a little help from our friends 07-02-19 View Details
- A Short History of Europe 12-02-19 View Details
- Refugia: solving the problem of mass displacement 14-02-19 View Details
- A New International Order? Peacemaking after the First World War 25-02-19 View Details
- Beyond Journeys: a dialogue with migrants and refugees 27-02-19 View Details
- New Reconcilliations: the two Koreas 27-02-19 View Details
- Developing Urban Futures 28-02-19 View Details
- The New World Gives the Orders 28-02-19 View Details
- Human Flow Screening 01-03-19 View Details
- Putin’s Russia and its challenge to the postwar liberal order 01-03-19 View Details
- Brave New World 02-03-19 View Details
- Art and Conflict 02-03-19 View Details
- Borders and Walls 02-03-19 View Details
- New World Order 2035 02-03-19 View Details
- The Coming Asian Century: challenges for the West 05-03-19 View Details
- China's Re-education Camps in Xinjiang 12-03-19 View Details
- Tokyo: Post Olympic Market 13-03-19 View Details
- The Panacea Program 02-05-19 View Details
- What might the European elections mean for the future of the EU? 16-05-19 View Details
- Internationale Blues: Revolutionary Pessimism and the Politics of Solidarity 17-05-19 View Details
- How Reform Worked in China 21-05-19 View Details
- State-Like and State-Dislike in the Anthropological Margins 23-05-19 View Details
- Upheaval: how nations cope with crisis and change 28-05-19 View Details
- International Conference on Restructuring of the Global Economy 2019 08-07-19 View Details