In a recently published article in the European Journal of Political Economy, CEU School of Public Policy Assistant Professor Michael T. Dorsch and co-author Paul Maarek, from the Université de Cergy-Pontoise, have laid out a new economic theory of political transitions.
In a public lecture at the Center for Conflict, Negotiation and Recovery (CCNR) on November 20, Professor To-hai Liou from National Chengchi University outlined how the Senkaku-Diaoyutai Islands dispute between Japan and China has destabilized the geopolitical order in Northeast Asia. "This dispute has had political, economic, and strategic effects on the region," Liou emphasized.
That was one of the questions posed by SPP Visiting Professor Jon Greenwald during a workshop organized by the Budapest Centre for the International Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities in cooperation with Central European University (CEU), the Visegrad Fund, and the Milan Šimečka Foundation. The workshop on the role of education in preventing atrocity crimes took place at CEU on November 19.