The School for International Studies provides the editorial office of the Canadian Journal of Development Studies/Revue canadienne d'études du développement.
March 18, 2015: International Justice: A Q&A with the Honourable Louise Arbour.
March 18, 2015: Listen to Gloria Macarenko's interview with Louise Arbour today around 4.35PM on On the Coast, CBC Radio (88.1 FM, 690 AM).
March 19-20, 2015: Louise Arbour, Simons Visiting Chair chairs the International Criminal Justice: The State of Play conference organized by The Simons Foundation and the School for International Studies. View the program here.
March 28, 2015: Free film screening of Cambodian Son.
NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Honourable Louise Arbour presented a public lecture 'From Syria to Crimea, is global governance at a loss?' on September 25, 2014. Watch the video here.
April 6, 2015: Morten Jerven has edited a special issue in the Journal of Development Studies: Statistical Tragedy in Africa? Evaluating the Data Base for African Economic Development. The special issue will be launched at the Center of Global Development on April 6 in Washington DC. On twitter.
March 18, 2015: FASS features a story on alumnus, Reid Standish!
March 5, 2015: 'A Nuclear Deal with Iran: "A Farewell to Arms Control"?' by Paul Meyer.
February 13, 2015: Morten Jerven on does economics have 'an Africa problem'?
February 12, 2015: Simons Chair Jeff Checkel will be giving the keynote address at a conference on the 'Europeanization of Foreign Policies,' University of Hamburg, Germany.
February 12, 2015: Ethnographies of Uncertainty in Africa book launch with Liz Cooper at the University of Oxford in England.
February 5, 2015: Ethnographies of Uncertainty in Africa book launch with Liz Cooper at the Université Libre de Bruxelles in Belgium.
February 3, 2015: Morten Jerven has a new edited book, Measuring African Development: Past and Present. This book was previously published as a special issue of the Canadian Journal of Development Studies.
January 29, 2015: 'From Vienna to New York: The bumpy road to nuclear disarmament' by Paul Meyer.