Interview with Prof. Dr. Tanja Börzel and Prof. Dr. Thomas Risse about the challenges and opportunities for Georgia's EU aspirations
Oct 15, 2019
Prof. Dr. Tanja Börzel und Prof. Dr. Thomas Risse gave a lecture on "The Rise of Authoritarian Populism" in São Paulo
Sep 29, 2019
Schmelzle, Cord/Stollenwerk, Eric(2018) : ´Virtuous or Vicious Circle? Governance Effectiveness and Legitimacy in Areas of Limited Statehood´ in: Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, 12(4).
Jan 24, 2019
Prof. Dr. Thomas Risse about the challenges of a future world order in Interview with Neue Gesellschaft/Frankfurter Hefte
Nov 22, 2018
Cluster of Excellence “Contestations of the Liberal Script“ (SCRIPTS) with Prof. Dr. Tanja Börzel and Prof. Dr. Michael Zürn as spokespersons has been approved
Oct 15, 2018
New book "The Oxford Handbook of Governance and Limited Statehood" edited by Thomas Risse, Tanja A. Börzel and Anke Draude
Jun 21, 2018
Jan 18, 2018
Limited Statehood Does Not Equal Civil War - New Essay published by Prof. Dr. Thomas Risse & Eric Stollenwerk in Daedalus Volume II
The second volume of Daedalus "Ending Civil Wars: Constraints and Possibilities" is online now and can be accessed here . Among the fourteen contributions to this edition is also Thomas Risse and Eric Stollenwerk ´s essay, which can be viewed here .
Jan 16, 2018
New Podcast: Listen to Prof. Dr. Thomas Risse´s recent interview at the Observatório de Regionalismo
Dec 07, 2017
Prof. Dr. Thomas Risse from the Free University of Berlin talks about ″Governance in Areas of Limited Statehood″ in São Paulo
Oct 24, 2017
"Global Norms and Local Courts. Translating the Rule of Law in Bangladesh" - New book by Prof. Dr. Tobias Berger
Prof. Dr. Berger has published a new book last week: "Global Norms and Local Courts. Translating the Rule of Law in Bangladesh". You can find more information here.
Oct 11, 2017
"World Politics in Translation. Power, Relationality and Difference in Global Cooperation" - New book by Prof. Dr. Tobias Berger
Prof. Dr. Tobias Berger has published a new book last week: "World Politics in Translation. Power, Relationality and Difference in Global Cooperation". You can find more information here.
Oct 11, 2017
Prof. Thomas Risse und Prof. Tanja Börzel gave a lecture and an interview regarding "Governance Without Hierarchy?" at SOAS University
May 23, 2016
Invitation Roundtable: Freie Universität – Center for Transnational Relations, Foreign and Security Policy (ATASP) & Texas A&AM – Bush School of Government & Public Service Thursday, May 26, 10 – 12, room: 21 B Dear Students of the MA International Relations and MA Political Science programs, as much as other interested students, we kindly invite you for the Roundtable event on The Future of Transatlantic Cooperation: Where do we go from here? Panelists Prof. Dr. Tanja Börzel, FU Berlin, Director EU Centre of Excellency/ Center on European Integration, OSI Prof. Dr. Gabriel Thornton Instructional Associate Professor; President, Texas A&M Women's Faculty Network Bush School of Government and Public Service; Texas A&M University Prof. Dr. Christopher Layne University Distinguished Professor of International Affairs; Robert M. Gates Chair in National Security George H. W. Bush School of Government & Public Service; Texas A & M University Prof. Dr. Thomas Risse FU Berlin, Director Center on Transnational Relations, Foreign and Security Policy Chair: Dr. Ingo Peters Please be aware that the FU/ OSI also entertain an MA Exchange Program with the Bush School! The professors from Texas A & M come with a group of about 10 of their students. Following the introductory statements by the panelist, we hope for an active engagement of students. Moreover, it is more than welcome if some students of the Berlin programs would join the group to the Vegie-Mensa after the event in order to allow for a personal exchange between students! Berlin, April 30, 2016 Ingo Peters P.S. Please sign up for this event by announcing your interest to email@example.com
May 19, 2016
Article in the Washington Post: “Here’s what the research reveals about the violence in Nagorno Karabakh — and how ‘freezing’ conflicts can backfire” by Dr. Nelli Babayan
Link to the Article
Apr 11, 2016