Centre for Geopolitics

Centre for Geopolitics's image
Created: 2020-04-09 12:58
Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies
Description: Videos from the Centre for Geopolitics online events
 

Media items

This collection contains 40 media items.

Showing results 1-20 of 40    < Prev    1 2    Next >
  •  

Media items

A New Asia? China-Ladakh-India

   61 views

While global attention has been focussed on the coronavirus epidemic, with perhaps a glance or two at Hong Kong and the South China Seas, the PRC has taken a dramatic step in the...

Collection: Centre for Geopolitics

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Thu 18 Jun 2020


A Westphalia for the Middle East documentary

   43 views

A short documentary about the Centre's project that encourages new ways of thinking about peace making in the Middle East.

Collection: Centre for Geopolitics

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Mon 6 Jul 2020


Advocacy and Memory: the role for NGOs in R2P

   24 views

NGOs and civil society actors around the world play an important role in implementing the promise of Responsibility to Protect. Whether advocating for accountability for atrocity...

Collection: Centre for Geopolitics

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Thu 18 Jun 2020


An American Nightmare: What will a Contested Election Mean for the World?

   19 views

The upcoming US presidential election will take place in the context of a raging pandemic and unprecedented domestic polarization in which allegations of voter fraud, voter...

Collection: Centre for Geopolitics

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Fri 9 Oct 2020


Are we at the end of the long 20th century?

   46 views

This year has been dominated by two major geopolitical developments. First, the Coronavirus epidemic with its unprecedented economic, cultural and political consequences....

Collection: Centre for Geopolitics

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Tue 20 Oct 2020


Baltic States 1939-1940

   28 views

This month marks the eightieth anniversary of the occupation of the Baltic States by the Soviet Union in June 1940. It was the start of a long nightmare for their inhabitants...

Collection: Centre for Geopolitics

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Thu 25 Jun 2020


Beyond Coronavirus?

   47 views

As the United Kingdom, and large parts of the world, attempt to emerge from the lockdown, attention has turned to the mechanics of and precedents for recovery from major...

Collection: Centre for Geopolitics

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Wed 22 Jul 2020


Britain and the Western Baltic

   40 views

The United Kingdom has a long history in the Western Baltic, the triangle bounded by Denmark, Northern Germany and southern Sweden. Long before the UK even existed, English and...

Collection: Centre for Geopolitics

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Fri 20 Nov 2020


Challenges to Japan's Leadership in Asia and the World

   24 views

In August, Shinzo Abe resigned as the Prime Minister of Japan at a time of extreme geopolitical uncertainty in Asia and globally. The panel of esteemed Japan experts offer...

Collection: Centre for Geopolitics

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Fri 13 Nov 2020


Coronavirus and Liberty in Illiberal Europe

   43 views

A distinguished panel discusses the broad questions: "are liberal democracies or autocratic governments better placed to respond to the current pandemic and to protect their...

Collection: Centre for Geopolitics

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Thu 16 Apr 2020


Covid and the Geopolitics of Brexit. A British-German Conversation

   36 views

For more than two months, the UK and the EU, like most of the rest of the world - has been preoccupied with the Coronavirus pandemic. Now, as the deadline for an extension to the...

Collection: Centre for Geopolitics

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Thu 25 Jun 2020


Covid-19 & Challenges for Atrocity Prevention

   13 views

Panel discussion that considers the challenges the coronavirus pandemic poses for the prevention of genocide and other mass atrocity.

Collection: Centre for Geopolitics

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Thu 23 Apr 2020


Existing legal limits to the Security Council Veto during mass atrocities

   22 views

Join prominent experts for a discussion of Professor Trahan's new book, Existing Legal Limits to Security Council Veto Power in the Face of Atrocity Crimes. In the book, she...

Collection: Centre for Geopolitics

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Mon 2 Nov 2020


Faith in R2P: Christian Perspectives

   16 views

The origins of R2P, at least to a degree, were entwined with inherited Christian ideas about just war and moral duties towards ‘outsiders’. How should we think about this...

Collection: Centre for Geopolitics

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Sun 18 Oct 2020


Foreign Intervention in Middle East Geopolitics

   35 views

Middle East conflicts have long experienced destructive and counter-productive foreign interventions. Often western powers such as the USA are criticised for both intervening...

Collection: Centre for Geopolitics

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Thu 2 Jul 2020


Geopolitics of the Middle East: Learning from past failed peace settlements and negotiation formats

   20 views

In this panel, we will attempt to understand better how the contexts of conflict and insecurity in the region are changing through Covid-19, how the pandemic might impact existing...

Collection: Centre for Geopolitics

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Sun 7 Jun 2020


Hong Kong's Future under China's National Security Law

   21 views

The implementation of the National Security Law on 1 July 2020 marks the end of the “One Country, Two Systems” framework agreed upon by Deng Xiaoping and the British government...

Collection: Centre for Geopolitics

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Wed 2 Sep 2020


How much do we care?

   23 views

NGOs deliver humanitarian and development aid and by doing so play a critical geopolitical role. They help people most in need and can play an important role in reducing conflict...

Collection: Centre for Geopolitics

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Tue 16 Jun 2020


Indigenous Peoples & the Responsibility to Protect

   21 views

The Responsibility to Protect (R2P), despite its focus in the West as a foreign policy tool, is primarily a commitment from each state to protect its own population from mass...

Collection: Centre for Geopolitics

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Wed 15 Jul 2020


[Results 1-20 of 40]    < Prev    1 2    Next >