Resetting Turkey’s Strategic Relations West and East
Changing Youth Values in Southern Europe
Art Exhibit - Occupying Paris: 1968 and the Spaces of Protest
The Ethnic Cleansing Solution? The League of Nations, Internationalist Imperialism, and the Idea of Partition
How Can Europe and Social Democracy Overcome their Crises Together?
Memory, Nationalist Politics and Male Survivors of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence in Bosnia-Herzegovina
The Struggle Continues: The Politics of Protest Since 1968
Hungary's Elections: Are Voters Enough to Protect Democracy?
Looking at elections in Hungary this week, the authors state that the country's story shows a "subtle erosion of democracy — one where politicians took advantage of transitory control of the legislature to rewrite the rules of the political game."
Art Exhibit – Occupying Paris: 1968 and the Spaces of Protest
On the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the May 1968 movement, this new exhibit features a selection of period posters and photographs to reconsider an extraordinary month of civil disobedience, evaluate the impact it made then, and assess the legacy it bequeathed for practitioners of dissent to this day. The exhibit will will run through June 1, 2018 at the Jacek E. Giedrojć Gallery at CES.