The study of populism is developing as a sub-discipline of comparative politics. Yet the term "populism" has become so widely used in the media that its salience as an empirical category could be called into question.
In this lecture, I want to try and explain what has happened with Brexit and why. Putting Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage to one side, I want to use Brexit to talk about the historical and political drivers shaping Britain today and into the future.
The US-China bilateral relationship is key to global stability in this century. Some see it developing into a new Cold War or even military conflict.
In this talk, Virginia Kamsky will share the story of the more than 40 years she has spent connected to and working in China. Through photos and video clips, Kamsky will help share her experience facilitating relationships and partnerships across borders.
The climate crisis is arguably one of the most critical problems faced by humanity. However, global emission reductions to date have been insufficient and far too slow. Unless ambition to address the climate crisis is substantially increased, the world is
Women have played an absolutely vital role in the public and professional world of international affairs, especially in international diplomacy, academia, think-tanks, government, and the media. This panel is designed to highlight the insights and experi
As part of Schwarzman College’s new global affairs core course, we are hosting a panel discussion with leaders of three leading foreign policy think tanks. Leaders from Chatham House, the Center for China and Globalization, and the Carnegie Tsinghua Cent