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GG Lectures

Principles and Laws in World Politics: Classical Chinese Perspectives on Global Conflict

Workshop and book discussion by Dr. Walter Lee (Hong Kong Metropolitan University)

14 November  2022 |  10:00 CET  |  online

During this workshop the author of the monograph “Principles and Laws in World Politics: Classical Chinese Perspectives on Global Conflict” Assistant Professor from Hong Kong Metropolitan University Dr. Walter Lee together with Prof. Erika de Wet (Institute of International Law and International Relations), Prof. Josef Marko (Institute of Public Law and Political Science) and Prof. Franz Winter (Institute for Religious Studies) will discuss contemporary Chinese international relations in light of ancient Chinese philosophy, and then stride into the future searching for common principles and laws guiding modern international relations.

The videorecord of this event may be founf here.

András Jakab und Lando Kirchmair über die Rechtsstaatlichkeitskrise: „Wer Rechtsstaat sagt, muss auch Grundrechte meinen“

Die Grundrechtecharta als Instrument effektiver Durchsetzung des Rechtsstaatsprinzips

23. JUNI 2022 | 17:30 Uhr RESOWI-Zentrum (HS 15.05, Bauteil E, EG) | hybrid

Im Mittelpunkt zur Lösung der Rechtsstaatlichkeitskrise in der EU werden oft der Sanktionsmechanismus nach Artikel 7 EUV, die EuGH-Rechtsprechung zu Artikel 19 Abs 1 UAbs 2 EUV und auch seit Kurzem der Konditionalitätsmechanismus zum Schutz des EU-Haushalts diskutiert. Doch in dieser Problemlage bietet auch die Grundrechtecharta eine mögliche Handhabe, die bisher im Diskurs (zu) wenig Beachtung gefunden hat. Dies ist Gegenstand der Diskussionsveranstaltung am 23. Juni um 17:30 Uhr gewesen. 

Die Videoaufzeichnung zu diesem Vortrag finden Sie hier.


Tragic January of Kazakhstan and War in Ukraine – Implications for Regional and World OrderFilippo Buranelli on the Tragic January of Kazakhstan and the War in Ukraine

by Dr. Filippo Costa Buranelli (University of St Andrews, UK)

March 17, 2022  at 17:00

In the first two weeks of 2022, Kazakhstan was ravaged by an unprecedented scale of protests, violence, and repression. A month later, Russia has invaded Ukraine and is now waging the most destructive war on European soil since the end of WWII. This war is having, and will have, profound repercussions for both Eurasia and world order.

This presentation offered reflections on the violent events of the past two months, on their possible connections, and on how the Eurasian regional complex is playing a crucial role in advancing, violently, a multipolar world order based on a reinterpretation of basic norms and institutions of international society.

The Video Coverage of this Lecture may be found here.

Addressing Intractable Conflict Through Interactive Methods

by Dr. Tamra d´Estrée (Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver)

November 4, 2021 at 17:00

Intractable conflicts persist when groups struggle to have basic human needs met for identity, security, and participation in institutions that govern their lives. Stalled peacemaking processes often require alternative channels for information sharing and new thinking to emerge. Moving parties toward post-conflict reconciliation also requires addressing the emotional infrastructure that has kept parties locked in conflict. This talk  discusses how interactive conflict resolution methods, such as those developed by Herbert C. Kelman and others, have been used to change thinking, create new policy options, build relationships and communication channels, and address emotional resistance to peacemaking.

The Video coverage of this Lecture may be found here

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