The Beginning of History—A French Approach to International Relations | Columbia Global Centers


by Project Pengyou on September 18th, 2014   795 views

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  • 18/09/2014
    6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

  • Columbia Global Centers
    No. 26, 1F Core Plaza, No.1 Shanyuan St., Zhongguancun
    Beijing
    China
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The Beginning of History—A French Approach to International Relations | Columbia Global Centers

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In the era of globalization, people talk about the end of history. However, we see the beginning of new times: as power moves from west to east and from the palaces to the streets, the world has become less predictable as well as more integrated with complex dynamics of the geopolitical players. International Relations seem to be transforming into Intersocial Relations.

Thursday, September 18, 6pm-7:30pm
“The Beginning of History—A French Approach to International Relations”
Bertrand Badie, Professor of Political Science at Sciences Po Paris
Columbia Global Centers | East Asia
Columbia Global Centers, No. 26, 1F Core Plaza, No.1 Shanyuan St., Zhongguancun | Free | Open to Public |RSVP
 
In the era of globalization, people talk about the end of history. However, we see the beginning of new times: as power moves from west to east and from the palaces to the streets, the world has become less predictable as well as more integrated with complex dynamics of the geopolitical players. International Relations seem to be transforming into Intersocial Relations.
 
Professor Bertrand Badie is professor of political science at Sciences Po Paris. He is one of the top international relations specialists in France, among the most popular professors at Sciences Po, and has served as a visiting professor to 35 universities around the world. He was Director of the Press de Sciences Po, and former vice president of IPSA.  He has written extensively about international relations theory, focusing on globalization and the structural effects it exerts on the international system, states and societies. He has published more than twenty books, and most recently a new book called Le Temps Des Humiliés,Pathologie Des Relations Internationales(Times of Humiliation: International Relations’ Pathology).
 
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