The second edition of the "Senior Level Exchange on Elections to Peace (E2P)" was organised by Switzerland to provide experienced practitioners and officials a platform to analyse and exchange strategies to prevent political violence and support peaceful elections....
Global Geopolitics and Business Strategy : Un nouveau programme court proposé par emlyon business school et Geneva Graduate Institute
Crise sanitaire, guerre en Ukraine, cyberattaques… Les entreprises sont confrontées à un niveau d’instabilité sans précédent. Ces mouvements de fond complexes impactent les décisions stratégiques et le développement économique des sociétés. Comment les percevoir, les...
US-Russia escalation: continued standoff or a path towards genuine negotiations?
The US and Russia are engaged in an escalation with cross-accusations matched with movements of troops and weaponry. The world is watching and there is apprehension that any incident could spark an open confrontation on the ground or in cyberspace. Is there still...
Book Launch: State-Building in the Middle East and North Africa
Author: Mohamed Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou, Executive Education Director and Professor of International History and Politics at the Graduate Institute Geneva Book Description Why have state-building projects across the MENA region proven to be so difficult for so long?...
Book Launch – Night on Earth
Night on Earth is a broad-ranging account of international humanitarian programs in Central and Eastern Europe, the Balkans and the Near East from 1918 to 1930. Davide Rodogno shows that international ‘relief’ and ‘development’ were intertwined long before the birth of the United Nations with humanitarians operating in a region devastated by war and famine and in which state sovereignty was deficient.
L’archéologie coloniale de la haine
Dans son ouvrage Tahafut al Tahafut (L’Incohérence de l’incohérence, 1095), le philosophe Abu Walid Mohammad Ibn Rush (Averroès) écrit: « L’ignorance mène à la peur, la peur mène à la haine, la haine conduit à la violence; voilà l’équation. » Cette réflexion nous...
9/11 – The Key Consequences
On 11 September 2001, the United States witnessed the deadliest attack on American soil since Pearl Harbor. Two decades later, what are the lingering effects? Marking the 20th anniversary of 9/11, Executive Education Director and Professor of International History and...
Meaningful Youth Participation in Africa – Change the Culture!
The Youth in many African countries have over the years made bold statements to communicate their increasing desire to engage in the development of their communities and countries. In 2003, at the 13th International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa, the youth...
COVID-19 Impact on International Cooperation and Development Policies
What has been the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on international cooperation? Much has been written on this complex issue. Here are a few reflections ranging from the micro to the macro, from how aid workers and organizations have been affected individually, to more...
L’antiracisme est une question de démocratie
Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou et Davide Rodogno, professeurs d’histoire internationale à l’Institut, ont lancé en début d’année un cours intitulé «Une histoire internationale du racisme». Quelques mois plus tard, le meurtre de George Floyd, un Afro-Américain tué par...
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