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The Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies engages in research, graduate training, and public education about international affairs.
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RBIIS Oct 8
Prof. of shares his book how the 20th century's financial downturns have led to political change and reassessment of economic paradigms. Oct 17, 5-7pm in Room 9206, . RSVP to rbinstitute@gc.cuny.edu
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RBIIS Oct 8
We were happy to host Prof. Kathryn Sikkink at our "Human Rights in an Age of Inequality" conference!
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Manu Bhagavan Sep 16
Thrilled to announce a one-day conference that I have co-organized, on in an Age of at , sponsored by & . Monday, October 7th, 2019. Free and open to the public. Please mark your calendars now, and spread the word! (UPDATED)
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RBIIS 17 Jul 18
New article by research associate "Refugee Policy as Foreign Policy: Iraqi and Afghan Resettlements to the United States" in Refugee Survey Quarterly
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RBIIS 2 Jul 18
New publication by research associate on how to implement the ; the role of states, agencies, ; & the challenges of coordination, operationalization, monitoring, and funding.
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RBIIS 12 Apr 18
New article by RBI research associate, Nick Micinski (): "Are You A Terrorist? Comparing Security Screening for Iraqi Asylum Seekers in the United States and Sweden" which examines how to balance security & rights.
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RBIIS 1 Nov 17
Ralph Bunche Institute -
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Sally Sharif 3 Apr 17
Breaking up would lead to more control of the public sphere also quenching the revolutionary zest of our time!
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Sally Sharif 3 Apr 17
is seen in the U.S. as a hell hole, a dark pit of Syrian refugees: the gap btw real & imaginary problems at its best.
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RBIIS 3 Apr 17
The Russian media outlets like & have taken over the European news market with the disappearance of public newspapers
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RBIIS 3 Apr 17
Everwhere in the disappearance of bigger public newspapers has stoked the common debate & false rumors
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RBIIS 3 Apr 17
A full house tonight at our event with : "Is This the End of the West?"
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RBIIS 10 Mar 17
Researching 's role in development 1951- needs academic discipline! Excellent piece
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RBIIS 3 Mar 17
RBIIS will be hosting world renown philosopher and activist Sari Nussiebeh on March 3 and 3pm
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RBIIS 7 Feb 17
RBIIS Director Jorhn Torper on the current direction of Donald Trump's administration
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RBIIS 15 Dec 16
could shake up the staff, give credit to & get rid of dead wood, says Tom Weiss on institutional changes
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RBIIS 15 Dec 16
New faces harrowing challenges, says our Director Emeritus Tom Weiss in an interview with ]
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RBIIS 15 Dec 16
"After 5 years of Ban Ki-Moon & UN's low point in terms of morale, everyone's waiting for to wave a magic wand!"
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RBIIS 9 Dec 16
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Sally Sharif 8 Dec 16
. roundtable on : while no. of Middle class families reduced since 1979, median family income stayed the same!
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