ESRC Seminar Series: Reconceptualising 'International Intervention'
This opening mini-conference, held from 30-31 July at the University of Surrey, Guildford, UK, was the first in a 3-year, ESRC-funded, seminar series entitled: “Explaining the Intervention Matrix: Theory and Practice from Northern and Southern Perspectives”.
Diverse Voices and Ideas on Intervention
In this video Maisaa Aldarsa of Birzeit University and Ahmed Asmar of Al-Azhar University talk about their time attending the summer school run by the Centre for Comparative Conflict Studies (CFCCS) and taught by Dr Maxine David of University of Surrey.
They speak to Dr David about their experiences on her course on international intervention and offer a moving insight into what it is like for Palestinians to be exposed to the ideas debated and methods used in the summer school. Their words are a testament to the power of education and to the need to ensure opportunities for free and frank exchange of opinion in an educational setting are available to all people, regardless of where they hail from.
Whitehall Report "Hitting the Target" Launch
Professor Sir Michael Aaronson’s Lecture at the University of Keele
On 11 October 2012 Professor Sir Michael Aaronson gave a lecture on “Rethinking International Intervention” at the University of Keele. This was the second of 3 'Charter Year' lectures within the Keele World Affairs programme marking the 50th anniversary of the University's Royal Charter.
"Hitting the Target Workshop", 12 -13 July 2012
What are the key implications of the increasing US reliance on drone strikes for the future of the Atlantic Alliance?