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Institutskolloquium mit Dr. Matthias Schulze

Das Institut für Politikwissenschaft lädt Sie am 07.02.2018 um 19 Uhr zu einem Kolloquium mit Vortrag von Dr. Matthias Schulze zum Thema “From Cyber-Utopia to Cyber-War: Advocacy Coalitions and Normative Change in Cyberspace” ein. Dieses findet in der Carl-Zeiß-Straße 3 in Hörsaal 6 statt.

Experten-Workshop “Legal Norms, Moral Values and National Interests”

Vom 19.-21. Februar veranstaltet der Lehrstuhl für Internationale Beziehungen in Zusammenarbeit mit der Evangelischen Akademie Thüringen in der Evangelischen Bildungsstätte auf Schwanenwerder einen Experten-Workshop zum Thema “Legal Norms, Moral Values and National Interests”. Mehr Informationen zum Programm finden Sie hier: Programm Norms-Values-Interests – Berlin 2018

“Nationalism and National Minorities” entfällt leider krankheitsbedingt

Leider muss der Vortrag mit dem Thema “Nationalism and National Minorities” (25. Januar / 18 Uhr) von Dr. Zora Popowa krankheitsbedingt ausfallen.

Vortrag “Private Militär- und Sicherheitsfirmen: Söldner oder ganz normale Unternehmen?”

Am 11.01.2018 lädt der Lehrstuhl für Internationale Beziehungen Sie herzlich zu einem Vortrag von Andrea Schneiker (Universität Siegen) zum Thema “Private Militär- und Sicherheitsfirmen” ein. Der Vortrag findet um 18.00 Uhr im Seminarraum 113 in der Carl-Zeiß-Straße 3 statt; der Raum wird noch bekannt gegeben.

Vortrag “Countering Terrorism”

Am 20.12.2017 lädt der Lehrstuhl für Internationale Beziehungen Sie herzlich zu einem Vortrag von Sebastian von Münchow (George C. Marshall Europäisches Zentrum für Sicherheitsstudien) zum Thema der internationalen Terrorismus-Bekämpfung ein. Der Vortrag findet im Rahmen der Vorlesung “Einführung in die Friedens- und Konfliktforschung” von Prof. Biermann im Astoria-Hörsaal (Unterm Markt 8 ) von 10-12 Uhr statt.

Vortrag:”Strategien und Interessenwahrnehmung in unserer außenpolitischen Praxis”

Am 06.12.2017 (18-20 Uhr – SR 306) wird im Rahmen des Seminars “Deutschlands Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik – strategielos?” Botschafter a.D. Ulrich Brandenburg (u.a. Botschafter in Russland, Portugal und bei der NATO in Brüssel) einen Vortrag zum Thema “Strategien und Interessenwahrnehmung in unserer außenpolitischen Praxis” halten und einen Einblick in die Praxis der deutschen Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik ermöglichen.

Open Workshop Call for Young Researchers – “Donbass and Crimea: Status and Perspectives of Ukraine’s Contested Territories”

(Kyiv, NaUKMA, 26/27 January 2018)

Organized by the “German and European Studies” Program at the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (NaUKMA) and the Research Group “Frozen and Unfrozen Conflicts” of the Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS) in Regensburg

With the annexation of Crimea and the emergence of two separatist entities in Ukraine’s Donbass region (self-declared “DNR” and “LNR”) in 2014, issues of contested territory and statehood in the region between the European Union and Russia have made it to the international political agenda again. While every conflict constellation has its individual whereabouts and dynamics, the protracted existence of territorial conflicts and the emergence of these new conflicts pose similar questions to their so-called parent-states (e.g. Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia) as well as to the international community of states. Apart from broader questions of international and regional security, political and legal status and possible ways of internationalized conflict settlement, actors in the region face a range of everyday-challenges when dealing with the economic and humanitarian situation of the populations concerned. With all these conflicts being of a ‘protracted nature’ creative political thinking about effective temporary solutions – ensuring acceptable life conditions while holding status questions open – are of key importance.

The workshop aims for developing a deeper understanding of the two most recent territorial conflicts in the so-called post-Soviet space and looks for possible transfers of existing expertise and knowledge from other cases in the regions. It will take place on 26 and 27 January 2018 on the premises of the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (NaUKMA) in Kyiv, Ukraine. Organizers are the «German and European Studies»-Programme, located at NaUKMA and based on a cooperation project between NaUKMA and Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, together with the Research Group “Frozen and Unfrozen Conflicts” of the Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS). The workshop is financed by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

We invite applications from young scholars, PhD candidates, early career researchers and Post-Docs, from Germany, Ukraine, Georgia, Belarus and Moldova. Proposals (not more than 250 words) on topics fitting in one of the here prescribed three sub-themes should be sent together with a short CV to our workshop assistant (mattia.nelles@gmail.com) no later than 3 December 2017. A limited number of scholarships (based on DAAD-defined rates and categories) covering travel and accommodation expenses are available for successful applicants. Working language of the workshop is English.

Further information concerning the workshop can be found here.

CfA: DAAD-Study Trip for Ukrainian B.A. students to Germany Nov. 2017

With the kind assistance of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the Foreign Office of Germany, the Joint-German Master-program “German and European Studies” at the Kyiv-Mohyla-Academy offers twelve fully funded travel-bursaries for Ukrainian students

  • enrolled in Bachelor programs in the third or fourth year
  • with high English language skills (knowledge of German is an advantage) and
  • an interest in entering the Jena-Mohyla double Master-program in German and European studies, after finishing their B.A.

The study trip will take place from 18th November to 26th November 2017 in Jena, Erfurt and Berlin. The topic of this year’s study trip is: “Energy Policy as Security Policy in Times of Crisis!? Developments in Germany and the European Union.”

The application deadline is 20th October 2017.

For detailed information about the topic and the call, see: Call for Applications 2017

Here you can find the application form: Application Form Study Trip 2017 – Energy Security 2017

For more information about the program, see: http://www.des.uni-jena.de

Doktorandenworkshop des Lehrstuhls in Neudietendorf

Zwischen dem 27.09. und 29.09.2017 treffen sich die Doktoranden des Lehrstuhls für Internationale Beziehungen in Neudietendorf, um im gegenseitigen Austausch über den aktuellen Stand ihrer Dissertationsprojekte zu sprechen.

Ein aktuelles Programm finden Sie hier: Programm Doktorandenworkshop Neudietendorf

 

Lecture: Did Europe sell its values? A central European view on the refugee crisis

Am Mittwoch dem 06.07 wird Dr. Marek Lenc von der University of Matej Belin in Bystrica einen Vortrag zum Thema “Did Europe sell its values?  A central European view on the refugee crisis” halten. Der Vortrag findet zwischen 18.15 und 19.45 Uhr im SR 124 statt.

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