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Monday 5th December 2016

Understanding the Colombian Peace Process

Understanding the Colombian Peace Process
Date
05/12/2016
Location
War Studies Meeting Room (K. 6.07)
Description
Oscar Palma, Professor in International Relations at the Universidad del Rosario in Bogota asks what were the reasons for Colombians to reject the accords? What has changed and what remains in the new version of the agreement? What are its future implications for security and stability in Colombia? What does the new process of approval say about Colombian democracy?
Categories:
Lecture

What Next: US Foreign Policy under Trump and World Order

What Next: US Foreign Policy under Trump and World Order
Date
05/12/2016
Location
S3.30 Strand Building Strand Campus
Description
Please join us for our next CSSS BBL, when we will have Dr Alexander Lennon discussing 'What Next: US Foreign Policy under Trump and World Order'. Dr Lennon is the Editor in the Chief of the Washington Quarterly at the Elliott School of International Affairs,George Washington University.
Categories:
Lecture

Guerrillas & Gorillas: conservation in the warzones of eastern DRC

Guerrillas & Gorillas: conservation in the warzones of eastern DRC
Date
05/12/2016
Location
War Studies Meeting Room (K. 6.07)
Description
On a rare visit to the United Kingdom, world famous gorilla conservationist John Kahekwa will discuss the unique series of issues that conflict presents to conservation, having been born and worked all his life in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).
Categories:
Lecture
Tuesday 6th December 2016

The Song of Roland

The Song of Roland
Date
06/12/2016
Location
Council Room (K2.29)
Description
Simon Gaunt and Karen Pratt, both of the Department of French, King's College London, discuss the challenges of translating the Roland and read from their new translation of the poem (The Song of Roland and Other Poems of Charlemagne, Oxford University Press, 2016).
Categories:
Conference/Seminar, Culture, Lecture, Other
Wednesday 7th December 2016

From Silence to 'Showmanship': The British government's presentation of nuclear weapons policy, 1974-1983

From Silence to 'Showmanship': The British government's presentation of nuclear weapons policy, 1974-1983
Date
07/12/2016
Location
Fourth Floor, K4.31, King’s Building, Strand Campus
Description
From Silence to 'Showmanship': The British government's presentation of nuclear weapons policy, 1974-1983
Categories:
Lecture

Inaugural Lecture - Professor Heneghan and Professor Khan

Inaugural Lecture - Professor Heneghan and Professor Khan
Date
07/12/2016
Description
Professor Heneghan and Professor Khan are the speakers of the third evening of 2016-17 Inaugural Lecture series.
Categories:
Lecture
Thursday 8th December 2016

16th century Portuguese Gastronomy

16th century Portuguese Gastronomy
Date
08/12/2016
Location
Council Room (K2.29) King’s Building Strand Campus
Description
The adventure of Flavours in the Portuguese-speaking world. A lecture by Anabela Leal Barros, University of Minho (Portugal).
Categories:
Lecture

Casualty Recording Post-Chilcot

Casualty Recording Post-Chilcot
Date
08/12/2016
Location
Weston Room Maughan Library
Description
Join the War Crimes Research Group for a panel discussion of the UK launch of the first-ever set of international standards for recording casualties for use in the field and as a resource for conflict analysts (published 23 November 2016).
Categories:
Lecture
Monday 12th December 2016

A Very Ambiguous Empire: Russia's Hybrid Exceptionalism

A Very Ambiguous Empire: Russia's Hybrid Exceptionalism
Date
12/12/2016
Location
War Studies Meeting Room (K. 6.07)
Description
Dr Kevork Oskanian from the Centre for Russian and East European Studies, University of Birmingham, examines the role of the Russian and Soviet imperial legacies in the politics of contemporary Eurasia.
Categories:
Lecture
Wednesday 14th December 2016

Vietnam War

Vietnam War
Date
14/12/2016
Location
War Studies Meeting Room (K. 6.07)
Description
The Vietnam War was not only a war, but also a contest between rival nation-building visions.
Categories:
Lecture
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