Despite increasing globalisation and careers unrestricted by geographical boundaries, Global Studies is a field less known to Indian students Confused between picking International Relations (IR) or Global Studies (GS) as the subject for higher studies? Have you been told that both the subjects are the same? If yes, then read on to clear the doubts. Global Studies is an academic field of inquiry focusing on the study of globalisation through transdisciplinary and critical perspectives. Among other concerns, Global Studies explores forms of geopolitics, economic and cultural globalisation, social movements, and global environmental change. With only a handful of universities offering programmes in Global Studies, people often confuse it to be an extension of International Studies. LIMITED AWARENESS Only a couple of institutions in India offer programmes in the field of Global Studies, though the field is popular in universities across North America, Europe and some universities in China … [Read more...] about How different is Global Studies from International Relations, check details here
Jakarta (ANTARA) - Incumbent Joko Widodo (Jokowi) would give his best performance for the topic of international relations at the fourth round of presidential debate in Jakarta, Saturday evening, despite concerns that he might not be able to do so, chairman of the Jokowi-Ma'ruf national campaign team Erick Thohir noted. "He (Jokowi) has been acknowledged by many international figures, as he has spoken at the G20 Summit and IMF-WB Annual Meetings," Thohir said at Shangri-La Hotel, Jakarta, where the debate being held. Jokowi's speeches in a number of international events, he continued, often received attention and became trending topic worldwide. In his speeches in international meetings, Jokowi often used popular terms from films or television series such as Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War or HBO's Game of Thrones, to describe the current global situation. Jokowi, for instance, borrowed one of the oft-quoted phrases of Game of Thrones which is 'winter is coming' while … [Read more...] about Jokowi to give best performance for international relations topic
Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: manav malhotra December 15, 2018 8:27 pm Change Font Size The Journal of Indian Law & International Relations is the student-run journal established with the objective of promoting academic research and fostering debate on contemporary legal issues in India. It is blind peer-reviewed journal focusing on an inter-disciplinary approach towards legal writing. The ambit of the Journal is broad and not restricted to any particular field of law, and includes legal as well as policy related contemporary issues, both national and international. After a successful first issue Journal of Indian Law and International Relations is happy to announce the second issue of this journal. Who can apply? The Journal of Indian Law & International Relations invites original, unpublished manuscripts from all students, academicians, judges, and legal professionals from India and abroad. Submission Categories: Articles/ Essay (3000-5000 … [Read more...] about Call For Papers – Journal Of Indian Law And International Relations Vol. 1 Issue 2
The event, with the participation of more than 100 Vietnamese and international experts and scholars and international organizations and representatives from 30 diplomatic corps in Vietnam, focused on regional and global experiences in settling disputes at sea, legal aspects in cooperation among maritime law enforcement agencies and promotion of cooperation among maritime law enforcement agencies. At the seminar Delivering opening remarks, Dr. Pham Lan Dung, Vice Director of the Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam, affirmed that the seminar showed Vietnam’s responsibility for protecting regional peace and security and honoring international law. It was also a place for domestic and international scholars to share views and ideas to promote cooperation for security and stability in the region. The South China Sea plays an important role in regional and global security and economic development. Recent developments in international relations in the South China Sea created … [Read more...] about International seminar on promoting maritime security cooperation in Hanoi
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Americas Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Americas | U.S. and Brazil Chose Similar Leaders. It May Lead to Smoother Relations. Supported by ByErnesto Londoño and Shasta Darlington Nov. 20, 2018 RIO DE JANEIRO — The United States and Brazil have been uneasy allies during the best of times. But Brazilian voters may have put an end to that dynamic by electing as their next president Jair Bolsonaro, a far-right lawmaker who is unabashedly pro-American and strikingly similar to President Trump in temperament, tactics and style. “We might be on the verge of a golden era of relations,” said Fernando Cutz, a former senior White House official who worked on Latin America policy in the Obama and Trump administrations. “Trump and Bolsonaro will really hit it off. Their personalities are almost identical and their policy views are very … [Read more...] about U.S. and Brazil Chose Similar Leaders. It May Lead to Smoother Relations.