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CFR On the Record
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A chance to go inside Council on Foreign Relations events. Listen to world leaders and foreign policy experts discuss and debate the most pressing issues in international affairs.
 
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Media – SECOLAS
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SECOLAS | Southeastern Council of Latin American Studies
 
Oxford Transitional Justice Research (OTJR) is an inter-disciplinary network of more than 100 Oxford staff and students working broadly on issues of transition in societies recovering from mass conflict and/or repressive rule. OTJR is dedicated to producing high-quality scholarship that connects intimately to practical and policy questions in transitional justice, focusing on the following themes: Prosecutions, Truth Commissions, Local and traditional practices, Compensation and reparations, ...
 
The World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh hosts authentic half-hour conversations on global issues, connecting Pittsburgh to the world through both local and international experts.
 
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Enjoy the second half of Steven’s conversation with Dr. Lyman Johnson, professor emeritus in the Department of History at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Among many other intellectual activities, Lyman is the founding editor of the Diálogos series from the University of New Mexico Press and author of Workshop of Revolution: Plebe ...…
 
Amnesties are widely used during and after armed conflicts. Despite their controversial nature, international policymakers such as the UN continue to recognise some forms of amnesty in these settings are necessary to facilitate conflict resolution. However, the specific forms and functions of amnesties during conflict and peace, and how they ar ...…
 
This study examines Peru's status of indigenous peoples' rights. Specifically, it assesses the state’s respect towards indigenous rights through a case omitted by the TRC but one that continues to dominate political rhetoric: the forced sterilization of women of indigenous and poor economic backgrounds. Specifically, the study focuses on memory ...…
 
Transitional justice scholarship and practice has predominantly operated on the assumption that transitions entail a shift from violent, authoritarian rule to liberal, democratic rule. As we all know, this has not been the case in the Arab region. Instead, transitional justice has served as a battleground for competing visions of justice. Demon ...…
 
The International Criminal Court (ICC) is struggling at every level of its operations in Africa - in terms of its investigations, prosecutions, and relations with domestic governments, judiciaries and affected communities. This raises key questions about whether, after 16 years of consistent shortcomings and mounting frustration even among some ...…
 
Rebel courts are often justified by rebels in the interest of securing law and order, states’ perceptions are more negative, especially the territorial state concerned. This raises questions under international humanitarian law, human rights law and international criminal law on the legality of such courts and of fair trial guarantees. The dile ...…
 
While there is broad consensus that victims of mass atrocities have a right to reparation for harm suffered, the effective implementation of that right is a promise as yet largely unfulfilled. This talk will consider some of the key challenges, within and outside domestic reparation programmes in countries undergoing transitions, that need to b ...…
 
In the inaugural episode of our Luminaries series, Steven spoke with Dr. Lyman Johnson, professor emeritus of history at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Lyman’s impact on Latin American history is broad and deep. Along with Mark Burkholder, he is author of Colonial Latin America and is the founding editor of the Diálogos series f ...…
 
This episode is the final winter repeat! We are starting Monday with new conversations. In this encore edition, Dr. Raul Pacheco-Vega joined Carlos and Dustin to discuss his research on water, waste, resource management, and the importance of research having a positive impact on communities, especially its most marginal members. They also discu ...…
 
At the 48th Annual World Affairs institute for Student Leaders, we interviewed our keynote speaker, Laura Delgado López, who has extensive experience in space policy (biography below). She shares with us how she got started in a space policy career, what scientific information is being collected from space and how it benefits us every day, how ...…
 
In our inaugural state of the field episode, Drs. Tanya Harmer and Renata Keller talk with Dustin about Latin America’s Cold War. They discuss the meaning of the Cold War in Latin America, questions of chronology and areas of scholarly emphasis, and their own work highlighting voices long overlooked in the historiography. The post Historias 28 ...…
 
Colin Snider, Courtney Campbell, and Gray Kidd joined Steven to discuss yesterday’s runoff presidential election in Brazil. They discuss the evolution of democracy, the importance of regional history, and what may lay ahead. Brazil’s Official Election Logo The post Historias 27 – Brazilian democracy and Bolsonaro’s election (Winter repeat) appe ...…
 
Joseph Cirincione talks to us about a “new nuclear arms race” and gives our listeners historical and political context for the current US nuclear strategy and policies, drawing upon his 35+ years of experience. He walks our listeners through a brief history of nuclear policies and describes for us 3 danger points he is concerned about and provi ...…
 
Angélica talks with Mr. Charles Stout, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the World Affairs Council, about his recent trip to Qatar. Mr. Stout was selected from a competitive process to participate in a WACA Leadership Mission to Qatar in October 2018, sponsored by the Embassy of the State of Qatar. For more than 20 years, the WACA Natio ...…
 
This week, Anna interviews three YLAI fellows about their experience in Pittsburgh and what it’s like being an entrepreneur in Latin America. Their biographies are below along with links to more information about the YLAI program. GlobalPittsburgh hosted the U.S. Department of State’s Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative (YLAI) Fellowship P ...…
 
Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani for a discussion on the foreign policy challenges facing Qatar, its vision for the Middle East, and the future of U.S.-Qatar relations.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
This panel assesses progress in family law reform, and highlight recommendations to effect legal and social change to advance women’s economic participation.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
This panel discusses how legal and policy reform in the workplace can promote women’s economic empowerment and broader growth.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Angelica speaks with Nathan Darity and Sara Noel from the Global Switchboard about their upcoming second annual Hub + Spoke event. Guests will hear and interact with stories that demonstrate the impact that organizations in The Global Switchboard’s network are having both globally and locally. Throughout the evening there will be short presenta ...…
 
In this episode, Angelica and Dr. Cynthia Watson from the National War College discuss the increasing presence of China in Latin American economics and politics. Dr. Watson explains how China leverages its influence to affect Latin American relationships with Taiwan, what China’s goals in the region are, the resources that China needs from Lati ...…
 
David Ranz, a diplomat for over 25 years, joins us to discuss his career and his current job as Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary at the Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs. He walks us through the history of US-Pakistan relations from pre-Cold War to present day, why Pakistan’s relationship with India affects its relationship with Afghan ...…
 
Giovanni Buttarelli discusses the challenges of implementing and enforcing privacy regulations, market impacts of the GDPR, and the ethical debate over protecting personal data.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
More than a million Rohingya people have fled their homes in Myanmar to escape ethnic and religious persecution. Jesse Hartness from Save the Children joins the podcast to discuss the Rohingya Crisis and the ways in which Save the Children is working to provide Rohingya children with healthcare and education. At its peak, the Rohingya Crisis sa ...…
 
Archbishop Albert Chama, Rebecca Vander Meulen, Robert W. Radtke, and Charles K. Robertson discuss mobilizing Anglican communities toward eliminating malaria.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Angélica Ocampo speaks with Professor Ross Harrison on the current state of US Foreign Policy towards the Middle East. In this episode they discuss the history of the Cold War and its effects on the region, the global ramifications of crises in the Middle East, and Russian influence in regional conflicts. Professor Harrison walks us through the ...…
 
There were 68.5 displaced persons throughout the world at the end of 2017; of those, refugees account for 25.4 million. Carolyn Miles from Save The Children joins us to share insights from her recent trip to South Sudan and Somalia and to discuss Save The Children’s mission to give children in the United States and around the world a healthy st ...…
 
Alexander J. Thurston, Olufemi O. Vaughan, and John Campbell discuss how Christianity and Islam coexist in Nigeria.By national@cfr.org (Council on Foreign Relations).
 
Julia Viebach investigates the everyday of witnessing at Rwanda’s Gacaca courts and contrasts its findings with the process of witnessing at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). Please note, this episode ends abruptly.
 
Dr. Cheryl Lawther explore the construction and meaning of victimhood in post-conflict Northern Ireland.
 
Dr Katarína Sipulova gives a talk for the OTJR seminar series. In the context of the constitutional crises spreading through Hungary, Romania, and Poland and increasing doubts about the EU’s ability to safeguard its fundamental values and prevent the democratic backsliding of member states after the accession conditionality loses force, Dr Kata ...…
 
Gwen Burnyeat discusses her book: 'Chocolate, Politics and Peace-Building: An Ethnography of the Peace Community of San José de Apartadó, Colombia' with Laura Rival. This study, centered on the Peace Community’s socio-economic cacao-farming project, offers an innovative way of approaching victims’ organizations and social movements through crit ...…
 
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