A roundtable event to discuss the future direction of the nuclear field within Europe.
The Annual General Meeting of the Foreign Policy Working Group
Kim Hutchings and Patricia Owens will discuss the motivation for the award-winning anthology.
In the next meeting we will be discussing the British Academy Disciplinary Analysis of Politics & IR
The Critical Studies on Terrorism annual conference takes place virtually for 2023.
Our next research directors' forum meeting will be an open discussion on the FRAP consultation.
The 15th Annual Conference of the US Foreign Policy Working Group.
A joint conference from the Environment Working Group and the Better Climate Governance Project.
The second annual conference of the ISET Working Group held in Dublin.
A hybrid event taking part in Madagascar as part of the HYBRICON Project.
A film about Hong Kong localism and the independence movement.
Professor Sir Hew Strachan will give a public talk as part of #BISA2023.
A roundtable and lunch sponsored by the Scottish Council on Global Affairs. Part of #BISA2023.
A live version of the podcast followed by a roundtable with optional whisky.
A public lecture at the University of Glasgow, part of #BISA2023
A one-day mini conference to provide support for PGN/early-career colleagues. The first ECN event.
A virtual event from the Africa and International Studies Working Group.
A hybrid roundtable has been organised by the BISA Foreign Policy Working Group and EISA.
The conversations at this public roundtable will aim to encourage an interrogation of carcerality.
A joint event from RES and the International Law and Politics Working Group.
This event will give insights from renowned scholars and experts of Turkish politics.
A keynote lecture by Dr Maria Mälksoo, University of Copenhagen.
The Astropolitics Working Group invites you to a roundtable on the future of the UK in space.
A new BISA EDI Forum open to all EDI leads and those interested in the discipline.
A two-day workshop by the Interpretivisim in International Relations Working Group in Cardiff.
The Centre for Global Security Challenges and the EJIS Conference 18-19 May.
Professor Campling and Professor Colás will give a public lecture on their book.
Navigating academia in times of (permanent) crisis: Publishing, job applications, post-doc funding and research time
An ECR and PhD event as part of the IPEG annual workshop.
A two-day workshop from the International Political Economy Working Group at King's College London.
This event will explore the relationship between humour and politics in Africa.
This event will discuss Kaleem Hussain's 'Peace and Reconciliation in International and Islamic Law'
A virtual event brought to you by BISA and the Review of International Studies. Open to all.
Three speakers examine Turkey’s ad-hoc transitional justice initiatives in recent events.
A Foreign Policy Working Group event considering different aspects of "disordered information".
An annual student experience event designed to raise awareness of the politics of climate change.
Join the prize-winning author discussing her autobiography with discussant Professor Catherine Lu.
A roundtable from the Contemporary Research on International Political Theory Working Group.
A roundtable with civil society representatives and academics from South Asia.
A Postgraduate/ECR Virtual Workshop from the BISA Emotions in Politics and IR Working Group.
The speakers will examine the politics of Iraq twenty years after the US invasion.
A PVCTA Working Group event discussing Dr Moore and Dr Ariellii's work on 'foreign fighters'.
Dr Tudor presents her new book joined by chair Dr David Curran of the PKPB Working Group.
A Foreign Policy Working Group event discussing the role of women in foreign policy making.
Dr Bowen presents his new book with discussant Dr Aaron Bateman of George Washington University.
Our annual flagship student event, run in partnership with the FCDO.
Understanding emerging world (dis)orders: Research networks and new paradigms in foreign policy research
A discussion between scholars from the Politics of Disorder research network, University of Lincoln.
Details of the GNO Annual Conference, held virtually and hosted by Aberystwyth University.
A joint event brought to you by BISA and the Department of International Relations, LSE. Open to all
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