Archive for the ‘Master in International Relations (MIR)’ Category

22
May

Written by Matthew Pelton (MIR 2014-15)

The September 11, 2001 attacks by the radical Al-Qaeda Islamist group shocked the world.  Earlier attacks occurred at U.S. embassies in Dar es Salaam and Nairobi in 1998, but few expected the global jihadists to take new tactics to American soil.  Since fame grew for Al-Qaeda in the radical world, branches of their ideology have blossomed elsewhere (e.g., Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb, Boko Haram in Nigeria, and Al-Shabaab in Somalia).  In the past decade, Boko Haram, which means “Western education is forbidden,” has waged war against Western education and ideology in Nigeria killing thousands of people.  Similarly, Al-Shabaab has carried out attacks in Somalia, Ethiopia, Uganda, Kenya, and Djibouti since 2006 due to military intervention in Somali affairs through the African Union Mission to Somalia (AMISOM) and their endorsement of Western ideology.

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21
May

Spain&EUEl próximo lunes 25 de mayo, tendrá lugar el seminario “Diálogo sobre 30 años de España en la UE” en el aula E-001 (C/ María de Molina 4) de 14h30 a 16h00, después de un bufé frío que se servirá de 14h00 a 14h30.

Este seminario, organizado por el Centro de Estudios Europeos/IE, es el primero del programa “España: ¿Un actor clave en las instituciones europeas? 30 años de pertenencia a la Unión Europea” patrocinado por el programa “Hablamos de Europa” del Ministerio de Asunto Exteriores que se impartirá desde mayo hasta septiembre de 2015.

Los dos ponentes son Charles Powell, Director del Real Instituto Elcano y José Ignacio Torreblanca, Director de la oficina de Madrid del ECFR, quienes establecerán un balance de la posición de España en la Unión Europea desde una perspectiva histórica y a la luz de la situación actual.

Se ruega confirmación a cee@ie.edu

Charles Powell, Licenciado en Historia y Literatura y Doctor en Historia por la Universidad de Oxford, es actualmente director del Real Instituto Elcano.  Entre sus numerosas publicaciones sobre temas internacionales destacan: ‘El amigo americano. España y EEUU de la dictadura a la democracia’ (Galaxia Gutenberg, 2011); ‘España en Europa, Europa en España’, en Emilio Lamo de Espinosa (coord.), ‘Europa después de Europa’ (Academia Europea de Ciencias y Artes, 2010); y ‘Las democracias occidentales frente al terrorismo global’, coeditado con Fernando Reinares (Editorial Ariel, 2008).

José Ignacio Torreblanca es profesor de Ciencia Política en la UNED, director de la oficina en Madrid del European Council on Foreign Relations y columnista de EL PAIS desde junio de 2008. Sus áreas de especialización son los asuntos internos de la UE, principalmente el auge del populismo y el euroescepticismo, las reformas institucionales y la política de ampliación y de vecindad. Sus últimos libros en español son Asaltar los cielos (2015), ¿Quién gobierna en Europa?: reconstruir la democracia, recuperar a la ciudadanía (2014) y La fragmentación del poder europeo (2011).

11
May

Ambassador José Botafogo, Emeritus Vice-President of the CEBRI, is interviewed by Arantza de Areilza, Dean of IE School of International Relations, on Brazil’s regional integration and foreign policy.

 

You can watch more interviews with our Guest Speakers here.

25
Apr

A Dialogue with European Commissioner Lord Jonathan Hill

We are pleased to invite you to meet Lord Jonathan Hill – European Commissioner for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union.

Commissioner Hill will talk about the European Commission’s priority of restoring jobs and growth in Europe and the role of banks and capital markets in financing the economy. He will present the main features of the Commission’s Capital Markets Union currently under consultation. Lord Hill will speak about the role of finance and the importance of risk-taking and an entrepreneurial attitude.

Limited seats. Confirmation of attendance is necessary through the following link: https://clubs.ie.edu/iecampuslife/rsvp?id=200002472

You can also attend through videoconference: http://meet.ie.edu/titansoffinance-lordhill/

Monday, May 4, 1:00pm – 2:00pm

S-001/S-002, c/Serrano 105, Madrid 28006, Spain

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Lord Jonathan Hill
European Commission
European Commissioner for Financial Stability, Financial Services and Capital Markets Union

20
Apr

Jose Botafogo Gonçalves - picOn April 27th IE School of International Relations will host Ambassador José Botafogo for a discussion on Brazil’s regional integration and foreign policy. The seminar will take place at 16:30pm in room MMB603. 

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