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Department of Politics and International Relations (DPIR)

The study of Politics and International Relations at Oxford has a long and distinguished history and the Department has become one of the largest in the field in the UK with 100 teaching and research staff. We are proud to be considered as an internationally excellent centre for teaching and research achieving consistently high rankings in league tables for teaching and research.

Series associated with Department of Politics and International Relations (DPIR)

1909: The People's Budget
Academic Blogging: Political Analysis in the Digital Age
Annual Oxford Fulbright Distinguished Lectures in International Relations
Centre for International Studies Podcasts
Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict
German Politics: An Introduction
Israel Studies Seminar
Judgement and Justice: The Life and Diary of William Godwin
OxPeace (Oxford Network of Peace Studies) Conference 2021. Peace in the Nuclear Era: threats, treaties and public understanding
OxPeace Conference 2009: The Serious Study of Peace
Political Demonology: The Logic of Evil in Contemporary Literature and Theology
Politics and International Relations Podcasts
Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
Spain: 1959 - 1992
The Egyptian Revolution, One Year On
The Engagement of Theory
The Global Thinkers Series, Oxford
The Legacy of Margaret Thatcher
The State of the State
US China Relations: An Introduction
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401 Creative Commons Political Journalism in Transition This seminar marks the publication of a new Reuters Institute book, Political Journalism in Transition: Western Europe in a Comparative Perspective, which provides a comprehensive and comparative analysis of the state of political journalism today. Raymond Kuhn, Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, John Lloyd 14 Nov 2013
402 Creative Commons Moscow is not Russia - reporting Russia's outback Ben Judah, author of 'Fragile Empire: How Russia Fell In And Out Of Love with Vladimir Putin', gives a talk for the Reuters Schoolf of Journalism seminar series. Ben Judah 06 Nov 2013
403 Creative Commons The global citizens movement and the role of independent journalists David Hoffman, Founder/President Emeritus, Internews gives a talk for the Reuters School of Journalism seminar series. David Hoffman 29 Oct 2013
404 Creative Commons Ten years that shook the media world [2013] Rasmus Kleis Nielsen gives a talk for the Reuters seminar series. Rasmus Kleis Nielsen 22 Oct 2013
405 Creative Commons Moral Maze, Arijit Sen Arijit Sen, CNN-IBN gives his opinion on the debates premise 'Journalism coarsens, simplifies and distorts politics (and the new journalism won't be any better)'. As part of the 30th Anniversary Reunion of the Journalism Fellow Programme. Arijit Sen, Jean Seaton, Michael Parks, Paul Taylor 19 Sep 2013
406 Creative Commons Plenary panel debate: The Future of Journalism Panel debate at the 30th Anniversary Reunion of the Journalism Fellow Programme. Mark Thompson, Natalie Nougayrède, Peter Barron, John Stackhouse 17 Sep 2013
407 Creative Commons Paying the Piper: Rethinking the Economics of Newspaper Journalism Reuters Memorial Lecture 2013 - by Mark Thompson, President and Chief Executive of the New York Times Company. Mark Thompson, David Levy, John Lloyd 17 Sep 2013
408 Creative Commons The Future of Journalism - Natalie Nougayrède (Le Monde) Natalie Nougayrède, Executive Editor of Le Monde talks at the 30th Anniversary Reunion of the Journalism Fellow Programme. Natalie Nougayrède 17 Sep 2013
409 Creative Commons The Future of Journalism - Nic Newman (RISJ Research Associate) Nic Newman, Digital Media Strategist and RISJ Research Associate, talks at the 30th Anniversary Reunion of the Journalism Fellow Programme. Nic Newman 17 Sep 2013
410 Creative Commons The Future of Journalism - John Stackhouse (Editor-in-chief, Globe and Mail, Toronto). John Stackhouse, Editor-in-Chief of The Globe and Mail, Toronto, talking at the 30th Anniversary Reunion of the Journalism Fellow Programme. John Stackhouse 17 Sep 2013
411 Creative Commons The Future of Journalism - Peter Barron (Google) Peter Barron, Peter Barron, Director of Communications and Public Affairs for EMEA, Google, talks at the 30th Anniversary Reunion of the Journalism Fellow Programme. Peter Barron 17 Sep 2013
412 Creative Commons What Obama's Elections Have Taught the Media - and the Rest of Us: RISJ/BBC Butler Lecture 2013 Larry J. Sabato, American political scientist and political analyst and Robert Kent Gooch Professor of Politics at the University of Virginia, and director of its Center for Politics, gives the 2013 RISJ/BBC Butler lecture. Larry J Sabato 27 Aug 2013
413 Manipulation and Independence in Humanitarian Action: Ethical Challenges in Recent Crises (partial recording) Professor Antonio Donini (Tufts University) gives a talk on 7th November 2012. This is a Oxford Humanitarian Group Event. Antonio Donini 12 Aug 2013
414 The Craft of Humanitarian Work: Reflection, Political Judgment and Strategic Intervention Spring' and Future Humanitarian Challenges Professor Greg Johnson, Pacific Lutheran University gives a talk on 1st May 2013. This is a Oxford Humanitarian Group Event. Greg Johnson 12 Aug 2013
415 What Works in Protecting Civilians: Lessons from Recent Humanitarian Action Urban Reichhold (Fellow, Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi), Berlin) gives a talk on 4th March 2012. This is an Oxford Humanitarian Group Event. Urban Reichhold 12 Aug 2013
416 Negotiating Humanitarian Agreements with Everybody: Geneva Call's Experience with Armed Non-State Actors Elisabeth Decrey-Warner (President, Geneva Call), gives a talk on 25th Feb 2012. This is an Oxford Humanitarian Group Event. Elisabeth Decrey-Warner 12 Aug 2013
417 Negotiating Space: Redefining Civilian-Military Roles During Complex Crises (partial recording) Dr Marcia Byrom Hartwell (Visiting Scholar, United States Institute of Peace, (USIP) Washington DC) gives a talk for the Oxford Humanitarian Group seminar series. Marcia Byrom Hartwell 12 Aug 2013
418 Preventative War Professor Deen Chatterjee gives a talk for the ELAC semianar series on 21st May 2013. With Professor Cheyney Ryan and Dr David Rodin. Deen Chatterjee, David Rodin, Cheyney Ryan 09 Aug 2013
419 The Ethics of Humanitarian Accountability Alice Obrecht (One World Trust) and Philip Tamminga (DARA) give a talk for Oxford Humanitarian Group/ELAC seminar series. Introduced by Hugo Slim. Alice Obrecht, Phillip Tamminga, Hugo Slim 09 Aug 2013
420 Creative Commons Influence Operations and Psyops: Information Warfare in the 21st Century Bob Seeley, MOD, gives a talk for the ELAC/CCW seminar series on 13th November 2012. Bob Seeley 09 Aug 2013
421 Liberalism and State Violence: Reflections on the Liberal Way of War Director of Liberal Way of War Program Professor Alan Cromartie gives a talk for the ELAC/CCW Seminar series on 9th October 2012. Introduced by Dr Robert Johnson. Alan Cromartie, Robert Johnson 09 Aug 2013
422 Creative Commons Making a success of a news start-up Hugo Dixon, Editor-at-Large Reuters News, founder of Breaking Views website, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series. Hugo Dixon 10 Jul 2013
423 Creative Commons Verifying social media information in real time: from the UK riots to the Boston bombings, via Hurricane Sandy Farida Vis, University of Sheffield, gives a talk for the RISJ seminar series on social media and the news on June 12th 2013. Farida Vis 02 Jul 2013
424 Creative Commons Writing news for young people Miranda Green, Editor, The Day, gives a talk for the Reuters seminar series about writing news for young people. Miranda Green 17 Jun 2013
425 Creative Commons Reporting the UK to Germany John F Jungclaussen, Die Zeit, UK Correspondent, gives a talk for the RISJ seminar series on reporting UK news to the German news media. John F Jungclaussen 04 Jun 2013
426 Creative Commons 'A walk on the Dark Side': the changing face of corporate communications Tim Burt, former media editor at the FT and author of 'Dark Art: the changing face of public relations' gives a talk for the RISJ seminar series on Public Relations and the media. Tim Burt 04 Jun 2013
427 Creative Commons Constructivism and the Study of Global IR Amitav Acharya (UNESCO Chair in Transnational Challenges and Governance, American University) discusses 'Constructivism and the Study of Global IR' in the 'Future of Constructivist Research in International Relations' conference (30 April 2013). Amitav Acharya, Vinicius Rodrigues Vieira, Kalypso Nicolaidis 22 May 2013
428 Creative Commons Are legal norms distinctive and what do they add to the analysis of political change? Martha Finnemore (The George Washington University) discusses 'Are legal norms distinctive and what do they add to the analysis of political change?' in the 'Future of Constructivist Research in International Relations' conference (30 April 2013). Martha Finnemore, Travers McLeod, Andrew Hurrell 22 May 2013
429 Creative Commons Constructivism and the Turn to Practice Iver Neumann (Montague Burton Professor of International Relations, LSE) discusses 'Constructivism and the Turn to Practice' in the 'Future of Constructivist Research in International Relations' conference (30 April 2013). Iver Neumann, Quentin Bruneau, Todd Hall 22 May 2013
430 Creative Commons The Role of Agency in Constructivism Kathryn Sikkink (Blavatnik School of Government) discusses 'The Role of Agency in Constructivism' in the 'Future of Constructivist Research in International Relations' conference (30 April 2013). Kathryn Sikkink, Max Thompson, Duncan Snidal 22 May 2013
431 Creative Commons The 'Arab Spring' and Future Humanitarian Challenges 25 April 2013, Special lecture co-hosted by ELAC, the new Oxford Martin Programme on Human Rights for Future Generations and the Oxford Humanitarian Group by Yves Daccord (Director-General of the International Committee of the Red Cross, ICRC). Yves Daccord 30 Apr 2013
432 Creative Commons The challenges of reporting China to the outside world Jane Macartney, the Times and former Reuters Beijing bureau chief gives a talk for the RISJ seminar series. Jane Macartney 16 Apr 2013
433 Creative Commons The Legacy of Margaret Thatcher What is Margaret Thatcher's legacy? Academics Gillian Peele and Tom Lubbock discuss the legacy of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Gillian Peele, Tom Lubbock 09 Apr 2013
434 Where to Now for Just War Theory? Professor Jeff McMahan (Rutgers) with Dr Janina Dill and Dr Hugo Slim (ELAC, Oxford) discuss the Just War theory for the Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict seminar series on 8th February 2013. Hugo Slim, Jeff McMahan, Janina Dill 02 Apr 2013
435 Critical Voices on the Responsibility to Protect Dr Aidan Hehir (Director of the Security and International Relations Programme, University of Westminster) and Dr Ann-Christin Raschdorf (Former Visiting Fellow, ELAC 2011), are chaired by Professor Jennifer Welsh on 9th November 2012. Aidan Hehir, Ann-Christin Raschdorf, Jennifer Welsh 26 Mar 2013
436 Creative Commons How Technology can help to Democratise the Media Shu Chaudhary gives a talk for the Reuters School of Journalism, Seminar series. Shu Chardhary 11 Mar 2013
437 Torture and Human Dignity 25 Jan 2013, ELAC/Oxford Martin HRFG Programme Discussion Event with Professors David J. Luban, Jeremy Waldron and Henry Shue, chaired by Dr David Rodin. David Lubin, David Rodin, Jeremy Waldron, Henry Shue 11 Mar 2013
438 The End of the Anglo-Saxon Era: Australia's Defence in the Asian Century Professor Hugh White (Professor of Strategic Studies, Australian National University) on 30 Oct 2012, this talk is for the ELAC/CCW Seminar Series. Hugh White 11 Mar 2013
439 International Order and Violent Extremism: Lessons from Sri Lanka Professor Sir Adam Roberts (President, British Academy and Emeritus Professor of International Relations, Oxford) gives a talk for the ELAC/CCW Seminar Series on 23 Oct 2012. Sir Adam Roberts 11 Mar 2013
440 Creative Commons Reporting the UK to a French audience Sonia Delesalle-Stolper, London correspondent for Libération, gives a talk for the Reuters School of Journalism on reporting the UK in the French media. Sonia Delesalle-Stolper 04 Feb 2013
441 Creative Commons Open Journalism, Social Media and the England Riots Paul Lewis, Special Projects Editor, Guardian, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute of Journalism seminar series on ope journalism, social media and the England Riots. Paul Lewis 04 Feb 2013
442 Creative Commons Legacy media and technology transitions - what went wrong? Lucy Küng, Professor of Media Management at Jönköping International Business School. Lucy Küng 19 Dec 2012
443 Creative Commons Women in Journalism - a new kind of glass ceiling? Suzanne Franks, City University, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute of Journalism seminar series. Suzanne Franks 19 Dec 2012
444 More News is Good News: Democracy and Media in India Prannoy Roy, director of New Delhi Television, gives a lecture on the history of NDTV and Indian television and the part democracy and rulership has played it's development. Prannoy Roy, John Lloyd, Daya Thussu, Geert Linnebank 29 Nov 2012
445 Creative Commons Godwin and London in the 1820s A discussion of religious dissent, the development of a secular education at London University in the 1820s, and Godwin's own lifelong concern with education. Mark Philp, David O’Shaughnessy, Ellen Sandford O'Neill 22 Nov 2012
446 Creative Commons Godwin and his historical context A discussion of the historical period in which William Godwin was writing and the social and political pressures that he was working under at the time. Mark Philp, David O’Shaughnessy, Ellen Sandford O'Neill 22 Nov 2012
447 Creative Commons Godwin and his friends A discussion about the social aspects of the life of the writer William Godwin- how he interacted with his friends and how he was seen by his peers. Mark Philp, David O’Shaughnessy, Ellen Sandford O'Neill 22 Nov 2012
448 Creative Commons Godwin and Frankenstein How far did Godwin have an impact on Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (1818) and what does it tell us about how she thought about his principles, and his life. Mark Philp, David O’Shaughnessy, Ellen Sandford O'Neill 22 Nov 2012
449 Creative Commons Godwin's life and family A discussion of Godwin's relationships with unconventional women; and his 'Victorian' attitudes towards his daughter, Mary Shelley and his wife, Mary Wollstonecraft. Mark Philp, David O’Shaughnessy, Ellen Sandford O'Neill 22 Nov 2012
450 Creative Commons Introduction to William Godwin The first part in this series gives a biography of the writer William Godwin, exploring his background and the key points from his life. Mark Philp, David O’Shaughnessy, Ellen Sandford O'Neill 22 Nov 2012
451 Creative Commons New challenges of reporting on government Christopher Cook, FT education correspondent, gives a talk for the RISJ seminar series. Christopher Cook 21 Nov 2012
452 Creative Commons The war for Leveson's ear John Mair, senior lecturer Coventry University and author of 'The Phone Hacking Scandal; Journalism on Trial' gives a talk for the RISJ seminar series. John Mair 21 Nov 2012
453 Creative Commons Presentation from Ojeaku Nwabuzo (Runnymede Trust) Ojeaku Nwabuzo (Runnymede Trust) gives a talk for the Same Difference? - Nigerian Brits, French Senegalese: Comparing Integration in the UK and France conference held on 6th July 2012 at St Anthony's College, Oxford. Ojeaku Nwabuzo 13 Nov 2012
454 Creative Commons The theatrics of life on the estate: a playwrite's view Oladipo Agboluaje, gives a talk for the Same Difference? - Nigerian Brits, French Senegalese: Comparing Integration in the UK and France conference held on 6th July 2012 at St Anthony's College, Oxford. Oladipo Agboluaje 13 Nov 2012
455 Creative Commons Snaps shots from Southwark - What the Research said Kathryn Nwajiaku-Dahou gives a talk for the Same Difference - Nigerian Brits, French Senegalese: Comparing Integration in the UK and France conference. Kathryn Nwajiaku-Dahou 13 Nov 2012
456 Creative Commons Focus on Southwark: Inter group relations at community level (Camberwell and Bermondsey) Ole Jensen, (Compas, Oxford University), gives a talk for the Same Difference Conference. Ole Jensen 13 Nov 2012
457 Creative Commons Reporting Results: Same Difference? Nigerian Brits - French Senegalese: What they said? What the research said? Kathryn Nwajiaku-Dahou (Oxford University, lead researcher) and Constance Mbassi Manga (Project researcher, Kings College) give a talk for the Same Difference Conference. Kathryn Nwajiaku-Dahou, Mbassi Manga 13 Nov 2012
458 Creative Commons Black Africans - who are they? Lavinia Mitton (University of Kent) gives a talk for the Same Difference? - Nigerian Brits, French Senegalese: Comparing Integration in the UK and France conference held on 6th July 2012 at St Anthony's College, Oxford. Lavinia Mitton 13 Nov 2012
459 Creative Commons Welcome Address to the Same Difference? - Nigerian Brits, French Senegalese: Comparing Integration in the UK and France Conference Katherine Nwajiaku-Dahou gives an introduction to the Same Difference? - Nigerian Brits, French Senegalese: Comparing Integration in the UK and France conference held on 6th July 2012 at St Anthony's College, Oxford. Kathryn Nwajiaku-Dahou 13 Nov 2012
460 Creative Commons Conclusions: What have we learned? What should be done next? Stephen Whitefield, head of the Department of Politics and International Relations, draws some conclusions from the Volcano symposium: a series of talks discussing the causes of and possible solutions to the current global crisis. Stephen Whitefield 12 Nov 2012
461 Creative Commons Elites and Societies: Are our rules capable of solving the crisis? Are our societies finding solutions for themselves? Sociologists Donatella Della Porta and Ferenc Miszlivetz both give talks for the Volcano symposium: a series of events discussing the current global crisis. Donatella della Porta, Ferenc Miszlivetz 12 Nov 2012
462 Creative Commons Crisis in and of Economics Economists John Kay and David Ruccio both give talks for the Volcano symposium: a series of events discussing the current global crisis. John Kay, David Ruccio 12 Nov 2012
463 A Crisis of Civilisation? Philosopher Vittorio Hösle, Dominican friar Timothy Radcliffe and writer Malise Ruthven each give a talk for the Volcano symposium: a series of events discussing the current global crisis. Vittorio Hösle, Timothy Radcliffe, Malise Ruthven 12 Nov 2012
464 The Current Crisis Through the Lens of History Art historian Timothy Clarke, political philosopher Antonio Negri and historian David Priestland each give a talk for the Volcano symposium: a series of events discussing the current global crisis. Timothy Clarke, Antonio Negri, David Priestland 12 Nov 2012
465 Creative Commons Introduction to the Volcano symposium Stephen Whitefield, head of the Department of Politics and International Relations, gives an introduction to the Volcano symposium: a series of talks discussing the causes of and possible solutions to the current global crisis. Stephen Whitefield 12 Nov 2012
466 Creative Commons Networked journalism and the age of social discovery [2012] Nic Newman, former Future Media Controller, BBC and RISJ Visiting Fellow. Nic Newman 05 Nov 2012
467 Creative Commons Ten years that Shook the Media World [2012] Launch of a new Reuters Institute report, 'Ten Years that Shook the Media World'. Rasmus Kleis Nielsen 05 Nov 2012
468 Creative Commons Liberalising Illiberal Liberalism Professor Charles Mills of Northwestern University delivers the closing keynote address for the Inaugural Oxford Graduate Conference in Political Theory. The conference theme was Political Theory and the Liberal Tradition. Charles Mills 04 Oct 2012
469 Creative Commons Colonial toleration and the practise of British state multiculturalism Zaki Nahaboo, DPhil student at the Open University, delivers a talk for the Inaugural Oxford Graduate Conference in Political Theory. The conference theme was Political Theory and the Liberal Tradition. Zaki Nahaboo 04 Oct 2012
470 Creative Commons Liberalism and Historical Injustice Jennifer Page, graduate student at Harvard, delivers a talk for the Inaugural Oxford Graduate Conference in Political Theory. The conference theme was Political Theory and the Liberal Tradition. Jennifer Page 04 Oct 2012
471 Creative Commons Wollstonecraft as a Care Ethicist? Contemporary Care Ethics and Wollstonecraft's alternatives in 18th Century debate about Women, Virtue and the progress of Civilisation Madeline Cronin, graduate student at University of Notre Dame, delivers a talk for the Inaugural Oxford Graduate Conference in Political Theory. The conference theme was Political Theory and the Liberal Tradition. Madeline Cronin 04 Oct 2012
472 Creative Commons Locke, Liberalism, and Disabilities: Towards an 'Ableist Contract' Lucas Pinheiro, Cambridge, delivers a talk for the Inaugural Oxford Graduate Conference in Political Theory. The conference theme was Political Theory and the Liberal Tradition. Lucas Pinheiro 04 Oct 2012
473 Creative Commons Why should we accommodate caregivers in workplaces? Sara Mrsny, DPhil student at Stanford, delivers a talk for the Inaugural Oxford Graduate Conference in Political Theory. The conference theme was Political Theory and the Liberal Tradition. Sara Mrsny 04 Oct 2012
474 Creative Commons Public opinion and its liberal/anti-liberal critics: A reinterpretation of popular sovereignty in liberal democracy through Lippmann, Schmitt and Dewey David Ragazzoni, DPhil student at Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, delivers a talk for the Inaugural Oxford Graduate Conference in Political Theory. The conference theme was Political Theory and the Liberal Tradition. David Ragazzoni 04 Oct 2012
475 Creative Commons Freedom of Conscience and the Authority of the State François Boucher, DPhil student at Queen's University, delivers a talk for the Inaugural Oxford Graduate Conference in Political Theory. The conference theme was Political Theory and the Liberal Tradition. François Boucher 04 Oct 2012
476 Creative Commons Religion in Liberal Thought: the Case of Tocqueville and Humboldt Carel Kauffmann, student at Cambridge, delivers a talk for the Inaugural Oxford Graduate Conference in Political Theory. The conference theme was Political Theory and the Liberal Tradition. Carel Kauffmann 04 Oct 2012
477 Creative Commons Truth, Evolution and Experiment: A Reconciliation Between Pragmatic Liberalism and Epistemic Democracy Felix Gerlsbeck, DPhil student at Columbia, delivers a talk for the Inaugural Oxford Graduate Conference in Political Theory. The conference theme was Political Theory and the Liberal Tradition. Felix Gerlsbeck 04 Oct 2012
478 Creative Commons The Ideology of the Coalition: More Muscular than Liberal? Matthew Lakin, DPhil student at Oxford, delivers a talk for the Inaugural Oxford Graduate Conference in Political Theory. The conference theme was Political Theory and the Liberal Tradition. Matthew Lakin 04 Oct 2012
479 Creative Commons Unbinding the Executive: The Challenge to Liberal Legalism Professor Jeremy Waldron, Chichele Professorship of Social and Political Theory at Oxford, delivers the keynote address for the Inaugural Oxford Graduate Conference in Political Theory. The conference theme was Political Theory and the Liberal Tradition. Jeremy Waldron 04 Oct 2012
480 Creative Commons Religion and Spirituality in Global Governance This featured as the final talk in the 'Religion, Spirituality and Global Governance' interdisciplinary conference in May 2012. Christer Jönsson, Alistair Edgar, Pamela Sue Anderson, Rama Mani 17 Sep 2012
481 Quo Vadis Global Governance? Civilizational Challenges Facing the United Nations This featured as the fourth talk in the 'Religion, Spirituality and Global Governance' interdisciplinary conference in May 2012. Adam Roberts, Scilla Elworthy, Christer Jönsson 17 Sep 2012
482 Creative Commons Religion, War and Peace This featured as the third talk in the 'Religion, Spirituality and Global Governance' interdisciplinary conference in May 2012. Richard Caplan, Ryan McKay, Tim Sisk, Fletcher Cox 17 Sep 2012
483 Creative Commons Religion, Civilization and Globalization This featured as the second talk in the 'Religion, Spirituality and Global Governance' interdisciplinary conference in May 2012. Rama Mani, Anne Baring, Katherine Marshall, Jeffrey Haynes 17 Sep 2012
484 Religion, Spirituality and Global Governance : Welcome Comments This featured as the first talk in the 'Religion, Spirituality and Global Governance' interdisciplinary conference in May 2012. Richard Caplan, Alistair Edgar, Timothy Sisk 17 Sep 2012
485 Creative Commons The racial crisis of America's civil rights state: Transformation of the State, American Style Keynote Speech by Professor Desmond King FBA (University of Oxford) for the Third Conference of 'Transformations of the State' (11 May), which forms part of the Anglo-German 'State of the State' Fellowship Programme, with an introduction by Heike Klüver. Desmond King, Heike Klüver 16 Jul 2012
486 'Maritime Security in the Indian Ocean' and 'A New Era: The Iranian Navy, Strategy Expansion and Soft Power' Cdre Keith Winstanley (CCW RN Hudson Fellow) and Cdr Tracy Vincent (CCW US Navy Hudson Fellow give talks for the ELAC/CCW seminar series on 12 June 2012. Introduced by Dr Jan Lemnitzer. Keith Winstanley, Tracy Vincent, Jan Lemnitzer 02 Jul 2012
487 Creative Commons The Media-Industrial Complex: Comparing the influence of Murdoch and Berlusconi? Steven Barnett, Westminster and Benedetta Brevini, City University, give a talk for the Reuters Institute Seminar series. Steven Barnett, Benedetta Brevini 25 Jun 2012
488 Creative Commons Challenges for Media Democratization in Brazil and Latin America Dr Carolina Matos, former LSE fellow, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series on 6th June 2012. Carolina Matos 25 Jun 2012
489 Creative Commons The Decade Ahead: The US Role in the World (2012 Fulbright Lecture) Ambassador Thomas Pickering delivers the second Annual Oxford Fulbright Lecture on International Relations. This lecture took place on 18 May 2012. Thomas Pickering 20 Jun 2012
490 Creative Commons Imagining NATO: Past and Present Futures for the Western Alliance Dr Kristian Søby Kristensen (Copenhagen/ CCW Visiting Fellow) gives a talk for the ELAC/CCW Seminar Series on 6 June 2012. Kristian Søby Kristensen 11 Jun 2012
491 Creative Commons One War at a Time: Britain, the War of 1812 and the Defeat of Napoleon Professor Andrew Lambert, Laughton Professor of Naval History, King's College London, gives a talk for the ELAC/CCW seminar series. Andrew Lambert 07 Jun 2012
492 Creative Commons Berlusconismo and Murdochismo Bill Emmott, editor of The Economist 1993-2006, columnist for The Times and La Stampa, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series on Silvio Berlesconi and Rupert Murdoch. Bill Emmott 06 Jun 2012
493 Creative Commons Doing business by making news or making news by doing business? Elena Raviola, Gothenburg University, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series. Elena Raviola 06 Jun 2012
494 Creative Commons Semantic Polling: The 2010 UK General Election and real-time opinion monitoring Nick Anstead, London School of Economics, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series. Nick Anstead 06 Jun 2012
495 Creative Commons Panel 6: Beyond Egypt: Facebook Revolution? Social Media as Orientalist Mediation Miriyam Aouragh examines the useful and useless roles of the internet in the Arab revolutions by critically revisiting mainstream narratives on its role. Miriyam Aouragh 25 May 2012
496 Panel 6: Beyond Egypt: Fear of Tahrir: Turkish Perspectives on the Egyptian Revolution Kerem Öktem presents a critical reading of Turkish public debates and the policies of the ruling party in Turkey on the Egyptian revolution. Kerem Öktem 25 May 2012
497 Creative Commons Panel 6: Beyond Egypt: Contesting Democracy: Discursive Patterns Before and After the Egyptian Uprising Andrea Teti critiques European discourses on democracy promotion in Egypt and their alienation of Egyptian pro-democracy opposition groups. Andrea Teti 25 May 2012
498 Creative Commons Panel 6: Beyond Egypt: Revolutionary Egypt's Relations with Surrounding States: Internal Transformation, External Realignment and Regional Security Fred Lawson examines the reconfiguration of Egyptian foreign policy since the revolution, particularly with respect to relations with Iran and Ethiopia. Fred Lawson 25 May 2012
499 Creative Commons Panel 5: Competing Visions of Tahrir: Trickster: Taufiq 'Ukasha, the Perpetuation of Liminal Crisis, and the Shaping of Counter-revolutionary Discourse Walter Armbrust examines the 'counter-revolution' through the lens of television talk show host Taufiq 'Ukasha, a 'trickster' prone to generating perverted forms of social knowledge. Walter Armbrust 25 May 2012
500 Creative Commons Panel 5: Competing Visions of Tahrir: In Search of Antistructure: The Meaning of Tahrir Square in Egypt's Ongoing Social Drama Mark Peterson examines meaning construction and the 'iterations' of Tahrir Square gatherings in the unfolding experience of the ongoing revolution. Mark Peterson 25 May 2012