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Sabancı University

Announcement - Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School

Joseph Nye Honored with Jury Prize at the Sakıp Sabancı International Research Awards Ceremony

| Apr. 17, 2019

Professor Joseph S. Nye, Jr. received the Sakıp Sabancı International Research Awards' Jury Prize at a ceremony held at Istanbul's  Sabancı Center on April 10, 2019. The ceremony was hosted by the Sakıp Sabancı family and  Sabancı University.

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Press Release - Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School

New Report Focuses on NATO at Seventy: An Alliance in Crisis

| Feb. 14, 2019

As the 70th anniversary of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) approaches, the world’s oldest and most successful military alliance of democratic nations faces serious and complex challenges to its purpose, effectiveness, and unity in 2019. In a new report to be launched at the Munich Security Conference February 15, 2019, former U.S. Permanent Representatives to NATO Douglas Lute and Nicholas Burns highlight ten major challenges to NATO in a new report, NATO at Seventy: An Alliance in Crisis, and offer recommendations to bolster this critically important alliance.

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Europe and the Developing World

| Jan. 21, 2019

In the turbulent times of difficult EU-US relations, Brexit, and rising nationalism in Europe, this course analyses the impressive extent of EU presence in the developing world. It first introduces theories, concepts and decision-making processes related to EU foreign policy (by both Member States and EU institutions). In particular, we analyse the processes within the European Communities, and the CFSP (Common Foreign and Security Policies) / CSDP (Common Security and Defence Policies) frameworks. The course then critically assesses security and economic policies towards the developing world. Themes to explain the nature of contemporary EU foreign policies include: European integration (intergovernmentalism and supranationalism, neoliberalism and ethical foreign policy), diplomacy, post-colonialism, military and civilian means for conflict-management, and also policies on migration, asylum and

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News - Harvard Project on Climate Agreements

Harvard Project Conducts Ambitious Program at COP-24

    Author:
  • Robert C. Stowe
| Jan. 14, 2019

The Harvard Project on Climate Agreements conducted an ambitious program of panel events and meetings with delegates at the Twenty-Fourth Conference of the Parties (COP-24) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), held in Katowice, Poland, December 3–15, 2018. This was the eleventh of the annual COPs in which the Harvard Project has participated, beginning with COP-13 in Bali, Indonesia in December 2007.

Announcement - International Security Program

Grand Strategy, Security, and Statecraft Fellowship: Application Deadline is January 25, 2019

Jan. 09, 2019

The International Security Program and the Security Studies Program at MIT invite applications for two-year pre- or post-doctoral fellowships in Grand Strategy, Security, and Statecraft. The program is open to applicants from political science, history, and other relevant disciplines. It is intended to support research addressing fundamental issues of U.S. grand strategy, foreign policy, and America's role in the world. Projects that are likely to broaden the contemporary debate on these topics are of particular interest. The deadline for applications is Friday, January 25, 2019. Awards will be announced in March 2019.

News - Harvard Project on Climate Agreements

Harvard Project and Enel Foundation Host COP-24 Panel on Implementing Article 6 of the Paris Agreement

    Author:
  • Doug Gavel
| Dec. 13, 2018

The Harvard Project’s panel event on Article 6 of the Paris Agreement, co-hosted by the Enel Foundation, drew upon a major research paper, “Governing Cooperative Approaches under the Paris Agreement,” by Michael Mehling. A full summary of the panel can be found here. Mehling’s paper may be found here.

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Announcement - Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School

Ernest May Fellow Calder Walton Co-edits Landmark History of Espionage

| Dec. 05, 2018

Ernest May Fellow in History & Policy Dr. Calder Walton and Christopher Andrew, Emeritus Professor of Modern and Contemporary History at the University of Cambridge are co-editing the three volume Cambridge History of Espionage and Intelligence, which has been commissioned by Cambridge University Press and will be available in print and digital formats. Publication is scheduled for 2022.

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News - Harvard Project on Climate Agreements

Harvard Project on Climate Agreements at COP-24

    Author:
  • Robert C. Stowe
| Nov. 16, 2018

The Harvard Project will conduct two side-event panels at the Twenty-Fourth Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, in Poland in December 2018. In addition, Professor Robert Stavins, Director of the Harvard Project, will speak at several events hosted by other organizations.