Past Events

Negotiation and Mediation at the United Nations in the 21st Century

02/07/2017

Controversial Issues in Security and Resilience Studies Speaker Series
Nana Kharbedia
Programme Assistant with MSU (PMD); NU Aluma (BS, International Affairs and Political Science)

Julian Davis
Team Leader, Middle East Region with MSU; Former Political Affairs Officer in the Middle East and West Asia Division, Department of Political Affairs, United Nations..
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Graduate Admissions Welcome Day

12/15/2016

The Political Science Graduate Program is hosting several Welcome Days. Prospective students can come and learn about the department and program and see all that Northeastern has to offer in a graduate program.   Sign up here!

Join Professor Miles for the launch of his new book “In the Shadow of Moses”

12/08/2016

Join us on Thursday, December 8th, to celebrate the publication of In the Shadow of Moses:  New Jewish Movements in Africa and the Diaspora.  The book includes a chapter by Professor Bill Miles, as well as chapters by local scholars Marla Brettschneider (University of New Hampshire) and Len Lyons (independent scholar).  Co-sponsored by the Jewish Studies Program and the…
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Nuclear Proliferation and World Security

11/22/2016

Controversial Issues in Security and Resilience Studies Speaker Series

Join us for a lecture by Monica Herz, Professor in the Institute of International Relations at Pontifical Catholic University, Rio de Janeiro, and founder of Global South Unit for Mediation, for the fifth, and final fall semester event in the Controversial Issues in Security and Resilience Studies speaker series…
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Current Issues in Diplomacy

11/08/2016

Controversial Issues in Security and Resilience Studies Speaker Series

Dorothy Ngutter, U.S. Department of State Diplomat in Residence, NU Alumna (AS, Communications and Political Science) will be speaking at the fourth event in the Controversial Issues in Security and Resilience Studies speaker series…
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“When Elephants Fight” Film Screening

11/01/2016

Controversial Issues in Security and Resilience Studies Speaker Series

Please join us the for a presentation and discussion by campaign director J.D. Steir on the subject of mining in the Democratic Republic of Congo and ensuing violence for the third event in the Controversial Issues in Security and Resilience Studies speaker series…
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Religion at the Ballot Box!

10/27/2016

Join Michael Dukakis and other surprise “guest candidates” for a discussion (over pizza!) of the role of religion in this year’s presidential elections. Professor William Miles will be hosting. Thursday, Oct. 27, 11:45-1:25, 227 Richards Hall…
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Jews, Palestinians, and Israel: Three Historiographies, Three Moralities, & Three Roadmaps

10/26/2016

SAVE THE DATE: Award-winning Israeli political philosopher Chaim Gans in Northeastern University’s Third Annual Israel Studies Lecture Series.   Jews, Palestinians, and Israel: Three Historiographies, Three Moralities, & Three Roadmaps   In his talk, Professor Chaim Gans will draw upon his most recent book, A Political Theory for the Jewish People, to outline three competing approaches to Zionism…
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Terrorism, Cyber-security, and Lethal Autonomous Weapons: 21st Century Threats to Global Security

10/11/2016

Controversial Issues in Security and Resilience Studies Speaker Series

Kerstin Vignard, Chief of Operations and Deputy to the Director – United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research, Max Abrahms, Assistant Professor, Political Science, and Denise Garcia, Associate Professor, Political Science & International Affairs will be on the panel at the second event in the Controversial Issues in Security and Resilience Studies speaker series…
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