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Aspects of International Relations: International Political Economy
Featuring academics from the International Relations Department at the LSE, ‘Aspects of IR: International Political Economy’ is a short film about the study of international political economy, particularly at the LSE. The film looks at what we study, and why, and also at the major themes in IPE, such as the financial crisis, climate change and globalisation of markets. It debates how IPE fits into IR, and the rewards and value of studying IPE. Contributors: Dr Julia Gray, Dr James Morrison, Dr Stephen Woolcock For further information please visit: http://www.lse.ac.uk/internationalRelations
Introduction to International Political Economy, Lecture #1
This is a PowerPoint based lecture on fundamental concepts in International Political Economy based on a textbook written by Thomas Oatley.
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Neorrealismo, Jackeline Argüello Lemus
ACERCA DE LA ACADÉMICA Jackeline Argüello Lemus es profesora de filosofía de la ciencia en la Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociales de la UNAM y funge, asimismo, como Secretaría de Investigación del Centro de Relaciones Internacionales de la misma Facultad. BIBLIOGRAFÍA RECOMENDADA Gilpin, Robert, Global Political Economy, Understanding the international economic order, Princeton University Press, 1987. Kenneth, Neal W., “Structural Realis after the Cold War”, en International Security, Vol. 25, No. 1, Verano de 2000, pp. 5-41. Kenneth, Neal W., Teoría de la política internacional, Argentina, Grupo Editor Latinoamericano, Colección Estudios Internacionales, 1988. PÁGINA DEL PROYECTO PAPIME https://proyectos.politicas.unam.mx/conceptospolysoc/
What is HEGEMONIC STABILITY THEORY? What does HEGEMONIC STABILITY THEORY mean? HEGEMONIC STABILITY THEORY meaning - HEGEMONIC STABILITY THEORY definition - HEGEMONIC STABILITY THEORY explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Hegemonic stability theory (HST) is a theory of international relations, rooted in research from the fields of political science, economics, and history. HST indicates that the international system is more likely to remain stable when a single nation-state is the dominant world power, or hegemon. Thus, the fall of an existing hegemon or the state of no hegemon diminishes the stability of the international system. When a hegemon exercises leadership, either through diplomacy, coercion, or persuasion, it is actually deploying its "preponderance of power." This is called hegemony, which refers to a state's ability to "single-handedly dominate the rules and arrangements ... international political and economic relations." HST can help analyze the rise of great powers to the role of world leader or hegemon, which have been ongoing since the 15th century. Also, it can be used to understand and to calculate the future of international politics through the discussion of the symbiotic relation between the declining hegemon and its rising successor. Research on hegemony can be divided into two schools of thought: the realist school and the systemic school. Each school can be further sub-divided. Two dominant theories have emerged from each school. What Robert Keohane first called the "theory of hegemonic stability," joins A. F. K. Organski's Power Transition Theory as the two dominant approaches to the realist school of thought. Long Cycle Theory, espoused by George Modelski, and World Systems Theory, espoused by Immanuel Wallerstein, have emerged as the two dominant approaches to the systemic school of thought. Charles P. Kindleberger is one of the scholars most closely associated with HST, and is regarded by some as the theory's father. In the 1973 book The World in Depression: 1929-1939, he argued that the economic chaos between World War I and World War II that led to the Great Depression was partly attributable to the lack of a world leader with a dominant economy. Kindleberger's reasoning touched upon more than economics, however: the central idea behind HST is that the stability of the global system, in terms of politics, international law, and so on, relies on the hegemon to develop and enforce the rules of the system. In addition to Kindleberger, key figures in the development of hegemonic stability theory include George Modelski, Robert Gilpin, Robert Keohane, Stephen Krasner, and others.
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Realism (international relations)
Realism is a school of thought in international relations theory based on four central propositions, namely Political Groupism, Egoism, International anarchy and Power politics. Realpolitikal diplomacy first came to be known through the works of Thomas Hobbes and Niccolò Machiavelli, but it was not until Hans Morgenthau that scholars began to study such theory methodically, with Realism emerging as an international relations-based approach in the inter-war years of the 20th century. As the theories began to anchor themselves in international relations studies throughout the 20th century, branches began to emerge such as classical realism, neorealism, defensive realism, offensive realism, and neoclassical realism. Jonathan Haslam from the University of Cambridge characterizes Realism as "a spectrum of ideas." Regardless of which definition is used, the theories of realism revolve around four central propositions: This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Askwith Forum: Changes in Mind - Five Decades of Insights into Intelligence, Thinking, and Learning
Speakers: Drew Gilpin Faust, president and Lincoln Professor of History, Harvard University James E. Ryan, dean and Charles William Eliot Professor, HGSE Howard Gardner, co-founder and co-director, Project Zero (1972-2000); Hobbs Professor of Cognition and Education, HGSE; adjunct professor of Psychology, Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences Dave Perkins, Carl H. Pforzheimer, Jr. Professor of Teaching and Learning, Emeritus, HGSE Steven Seidel, Ed.M.’89, Ed.D.’95, director, Project Zero (2000-2007); Bauman and Bryant Senior Lecturer on Arts in Education, HGSE Shari Tishman, Ed.D.’91, director, Project Zero (2007-2014); lecturer on education, HGSE Daniel Wilson, Ed.M.’94, Ed.D.’07, director, Project Zero (2014-present) This Askwith Forum will offer insights gleaned from a half-century of iconoclastic investigations into changing conceptions of the mind and the implications of these changes for today’s teachers, schools, and society. “This is a fantastic opportunity to explore and reflect on how our perceptions of how our minds work have changed over the past fifty years,” said Daniel Wilson, director of Project Zero. "The role of education in today’s complex world requires us to take stock in what we know about the human mind and consider how to best cultivate citizens of tomorrow. We look forward to sharing views on major insights, and discussing implications for educators from current luminary thinkers in our field.” Project Zero (PZ) is a Harvard Graduate School of Education research center that focuses on learning, thinking, and creativity in the arts, as well as humanistic and scientific disciplines, at the individual and institutional levels. Project Zero will launch its year-long 50th anniversary by hosting this special Askwith Forum as part of HUBweek in Boston.
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World currency
In the foreign exchange market and international finance, a world currency, supranational currency, or global currency refers to a currency that is transacted internationally, with no set borders. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Solve Day 1 part 1: Monday, October 5, 2015
Welcome to Solve Rafael Reif, President, MIT Why We Solve Jason Pontin, Editor in Chief & Publisher, MIT Technology Review Opening Keynote: Setting Our Sights on Solving the World’s Hardest Problems Jeffrey Sachs, Quetelet Professor of Sustainable Development, Professor of Health Policy & Management, Columbia University; Director, Earth Institute, Columbia University Solve: Cure Introduced by Phillip A. Sharp, Institute Professor, MIT; Curator: Cure Challenges for the Future of Healthcare Susan Hockfield (moderator), President Emerita, MIT Anthony Fauci, Director, NIAID, National Institutes of Health Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Chairman & Managing Director, Biocon Mark McClellan, Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution David Meeker, CEO, Genzyme
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Diana C. Mutz | How Much Is One American Worth? || Radcliffe Institute
Diana C. Mutz delivers the 2015–2016 Kim and Judy Davis Dean's Lecture in the Social Sciences at the Radcliffe Institute for the Advanced Study. In her talk, “How Much is One American Worth? Public Opinion toward Globalization,” Mutz examines the psychological, political, economic, and philosophical underpinnings of American attitudes toward policies such as international trade and outsourcing.
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Scales of Environmental Justice: Building a Transformative Politics
The Environment Forum at the Mahindra Center is convened by Robin Kelsey (Dean of Arts and Humanities, Harvard University) and Ian Jared Miller (Professor of History, Harvard University). http://mahindrahumanities.fas.harvard.edu/content/scales-environmental-justice-building-transformative-politics
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Confronting Challenges to Diversity in the Research Workforce
A conversation with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor and President Christina Paxson. October 28, 2016 Brown University
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The Next Level of Diplomacy: Youth and Global Engagement
Farah Pandith, Special Representative to Muslim Communities; Zeenat Rahman, Special Adviser for Global Youth Issues; and Kathy Calvin, President and CEO, UN Foundation participated in a panel event to encourage youth involvement in foreign affairs at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, DC on April 18, 2013.
Hillary Rodham Clinton | Radcliffe Day 2018
On Radcliffe Day 2018, Friday, May 25, we awarded the Radcliffe Medal to Hillary Rodham Clinton (1:32:14). As an attorney, a first lady, a senator, a secretary of state, and the first woman nominated by a major party for the US presidency, Secretary Clinton has worked tirelessly over the course of decades in the public eye, often under unprecedented scrutiny, to make meaningful change. Radcliffe Day features a personal tribute to Secretary Clinton delivered by the global affairs trailblazer, former secretary of state, and 2001 Radcliffe Medalist Madeleine Albright (35:09) and a wide-ranging keynote conversation between Secretary Clinton and Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey ’92 (46:45). Introduction by Lizabeth Cohen, dean of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study and the Howard Mumford Jones Professor of American Studies at Harvard University For information about the Radcliffe Institute and its many public programs, visit https://www.radcliffe.harvard.edu/. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RadcliffeInstitute Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/RadInstitute Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/radcliffe.institute
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S-CAR Parents of the Field: J. David Singer
J. David Singer will be remembered as the pioneer of conflict and peace studies who insisted on empirical evidence for theoretical statements as epitomized by his "Correlates of War" project, if not for the charm, wit, and sense of humor with which he led his life. http://scar.gmu.edu/parents
Mike Bloomberg Delivers Rice University Commencement Address
Mike Bloomberg delivers remarks at the 2018 Rice University Commencement ceremony on May 12, 2018 in Houston, TX. https://mikebloom.bg/2IjgpL6
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Cracking the Glass Ceiling: Women Presidents and the Changing University
Brown University President Christina Paxson hosts a public roundtable, Cracking the Glass Ceiling: Women Presidents and the Changing University, featuring three women who have been presidents of major universities: Drew Gilpin Faust, President of Harvard University, Shirley Tilghman, former President of Princeton University and Nan Keohane, former President of Wellesley College and Duke University. They discuss social changes that have allowed women finally to become leaders of major universities and the challenges women still face in these key leadership roles.
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Morning Exercises | Harvard University Commencement 2014
The Morning Exercises at Harvard's 363nd Commencement at Tercentenary Theatre on May 29, 2014. For more information on this year's Commencement, visit http://news.harvard.edu/gazette/. Welcome to the 363rd Harvard Commencement. Although Harvard's first Commencement in 1642 is more than 372 years behind us, Commencement numbering has fallen out of step as exercises were omitted for reasons ranging from war to plague. The cumulative effect is that 2014, for example, marks only the 363rd Harvard Commencement. Commencement at Harvard is comprised of three components: the ceremonial Morning Exercises, during which University degrees are conferred; the mid-day luncheons and diploma-awarding ceremonies at the undergraduate Houses, Graduate and Professional Schools; and the afternoon Annual Meeting of the Harvard Alumni Association, during which Harvard's president and the featured Commencement speaker deliver their addresses. The Morning Exercises, which convene in the outdoor Tercentenary Theatre, are attended by approximately 32,000 degree candidates, family members, faculty, alumni/ae, and guests.
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University presidents Tim Sands and Kent Fuchs discuss challenges of higher education
Virginia Tech President Tim Sands and University of Florida President Kent Fuchs are longtime friends, former colleagues at Purdue, and now peers leading large, land-grant universities. During Sunday night’s “Beyond Boundaries Presidential Conversation”, the two presidents shared ideas about how their institutions must evolve to meet the needs of society and prepare students to thrive in a globally connected world. Read more: http://vtnews.vt.edu/articles/2016/09/president-sands-fuchs.html SUBSCRIBE to Virginia Tech's YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/29V4DYT LIKE Virginia Tech on Facebook: http://bit.ly/2a4TVku FOLLOW Virginia Tech on Twitter: http://bit.ly/29IlgV9 President Sands' “Beyond Boundaries” visioning initiative seeks to define Virginia Tech’s role a generation into the future, and align the educational experience with the needs and opportunities that will be created by changing world economies and the evolving landscape of higher education. Learn more: http://www.beyondboundaries.vt.edu/
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2012 Western Illinois University Faculty Assembly
Western Illinois University 2012 Faculty Assembly hosted by Provost and Academic Vice President Dr. Ken Hawkinson. Learn more about the Office of the Provost and Academic Vice President on Western Illinois University's website at http://www.wiu.edu/provost/