During his travels through China, Prof. Segbers took the time to visit several of the most prestigious universities in the country. At the University of Hong Kong, he gave a talk on populism as a global phenomenon.
From February 21 to February 24, the Center for Global Politics (CGP) saw all PhD candidate students of the Graduate School of Global Politics returning to Berlin for an intensive seminar in methodology.
Our blended-learning master’s students have spent one exciting week of in-house classes at CGP’s home campus in Berlin. On their final day, February 24, we take a look back at what they’ve accomplished.
Tonight, February 23, we invite all participants and instructors to fill up on both political and culinary food for thought. As the IRO and EES students head to the Farewell Dinner with special guest Rolf-Dieter Krause, we get ready to say goodbye tomorrow.
On their second day of in-house classes, February 21, the master’s students get ready to dig deeper into global matters before taking the time to focus on the local and discover some of Berlin’s very own highlights.
Each year in February, the Munich Security Conference (MSC) opens up a platform for an intensive debate on critical security challenges engaging hundreds of international decision-makers from across the globe.
With Donald Trump officially inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States, many are wondering about the consequences of a Trump presidency for the international system. Prof. Dr. Klaus Segbers addressed the issue in a lecture at KAS-Foundation on Monday night.
During a Political Breakfast Discussion at the Academy of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Berlin, Prof. Klaus Segbers gave a speech titled “US-President Donald Trump: Impacts and Consequences on Global Politics”.