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With applying the sanctions against Iran, the USA again brings up the question of the politicization of economics and provokes a positioning of other political and economical actors.

News from May 22, 2018


Call for Application China

The Center for Global Politics of Freie Universität Berlin, in cooperation with the School of International Relations and Public Affairs (SIRPA) of Fudan University Shanghai offer a German-Chinese Summer Program in International Relations. Therefore we invite students from China, Germany and other ...

News from May 14, 2018


Review of workshops in Lwiw

On 27th and 28th of April two workshops with the topics “Framing Strategies for the Conflict in (Eastern) Ukraine” and “The Minsk Process: Taking Stock” took place at the Ukrainian Catholic University in Lwiw, Ukraine. We welcomed renowned experts and had interesting and productive panels, ...

News from May 14, 2018


Guest researchers will come to the FU Berlin

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, KAS, agreed to finance the stay of three guest researchers of our South-East Asia Project (SEA) within the next year. Two of them will visit the FU Berlin and the Center for Global Politics this year for up to two months.

News from May 14, 2018


Start of writing master theses

Our students of the program International Relations Online Run 11 are now writing their master theses on globally relevant topics.

News from May 14, 2018


Latest Global Matters Blog

Global Matters is a project of the Center for Global Politics at Freie Universität Berlin and aims to present ideas on current global issues in the ever so complex world. Every other week Prof. Segbers reflects on an ongoing problem and poses a question to experts and readers.

News from May 07, 2018


What Academia can Contribute to Moderating Conflicts

For this year’s Global Politics Workshop in Ukraine, fifteen young researchers from around the globe gathered to discuss current trends and developments in International Relations. Once again, the program proved to be on the pulse of time as the different components shed light on academic as well ...

News from May 04, 2018


Module start for the students of EES 13

Today the online modules for the 13th run of East European Studies Online students start. Our students of EES 12 are right now in the writing and research process of their master thesis, so no modules for them.

News from Apr 30, 2018


Global Politics Workshop Ukraine

What can academia contribute to moderating conflicts? CGP is happy to be able to carry out its third research workshop with PhDs and practitioners in the field, jointly organized by the Ukrainian Catholic University and the Center for Global Politics of Freie Universität Berlin.

News from Apr 26, 2018


Module start for IRO 12

Today the online modules for the 12th run International Relations Online students start. Our seniors are right now in the writing and research process of their master thesis, so no modules for them.

News from Apr 16, 2018


3rd SEA Workshop

The main aim of the SEA Workshop project is to facilitate political science and international relations education development in Southeast Asia through cooperation between the regional partners through a series of four workshops, which aim at developing political science and international relations ...

News from Apr 03, 2018


Databases on Ukrainian crisis 2013/14 now online

Via National Licence there are now two databases on the Ukrainian conflict in 2013/14 and the subsequent parliamentary elections 2014 disposable.

News from Mar 29, 2018


End of the GPSS Cambodia 2018

After nine days full of new insights and experiences, the Global Politics Spring School (GPSS) Cambodia 2018 has come to an end. Now that we take a look back at the exciting time in Phnom Penh, we would like to thank once again our partners, lecturers and participants!

News from Mar 28, 2018


Latest Global Matters Blog

Global Matters is a project of the Center for Global Politics at Freie Universität Berlin and aims to present ideas on current global issues in the ever so complex world. Every other week Prof. Segbers reflects on an ongoing problem and poses a question to experts and readers.

News from Mar 26, 2018


Public Lecture at KAS

On March 21, Prof. Segbers, the director of the Center for Global Politics (CGP), held a public lecture on the topic of "Europe in Transition: A Pillar of the Liberal World Order or Object of Populist Seduction?" at the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. 

News from Mar 21, 2018


Boat Trip on the Mekong River

Yesterday´s successful start of the Global Politics Spring School Cambodia 2018 was followed by two lectures on New Approaches to Global Politics, International Relation and Culture held by Prof. Segbers.

News from Mar 20, 2018


Start of the GPSS

The Global Politics Seasonal Schools are short-term intensive certificate programs for advanced students with a talent for research and a global mindset. Organized by Freie Universität Berlin and a renowned partner university abroad, each school brings together highly qualified students to discuss ...

News from Mar 19, 2018


Talk on Populism

As usual, Prof Segbers takes time to meet with Alumni whenever he travels through Asia, and this time around is no exception. During his meeting with Xi Shin and Xiaoping, Kang in Beijing, different political developments and current Chinese politics were discussed. This gathering was followed up ...

News from Mar 17, 2018


Talk at the Tsinghua University

During his travels through China, Prof. Segbers, director of the Center for Global Politics at Freie Universität Berlin, took the time to visit several of the most prestigious universities in the country. At the Tsinghua University in Beijing, he gave a talk on the topic “Europe in Transition: ...

News from Mar 08, 2018


Latest Global Matters Blog

Global Matters is a project of the Center for Global Politics at Freie Universität Berlin and aims to present ideas on current global issues in the ever so complex world. Every other week Prof. Segbers reflects on an ongoing problem and poses a question to experts and readers.

News from Mar 08, 2018