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In this piece, Associate Professor Tamirace Fakhoury of the GRS research group at Aalborg University and Professor John Nagle at Queen's University Belfast provide insights into the linkages between recent elections and the politics of sectarianism in Lebanon.
How do victims and survivors of human rights abuses try to protect themselves and how do their strategies resonate with international human rights law?
A PhD course on memories and narratives turned into a highly appreciated discussion about how to analyze these in different types of data.
As of 15 May 2022, Søren Christian Krogh will join FREIA - Center for Gender Research as a Postdoc.
“FIERCE - Feminist movements revitalizing Democracy in Europe“ is the title of an upcoming research project hosted at Department of Politics and Society AAU.
As of 15 March 2022, Rieke Schröder is a PhD student at the Department of Politics and Society, Aalborg University. She is affiliated with the Global Refugee Studies research group and funded by the German Academic Scholarship Foundation. Her research focuses on queer feminist perspectives on migration and displacement.
Margrethe Holm Andersen from GRS - Global Refugee Studies is co-editor of the new book ‘Building Innovation Capabilities for Sustainable Industrialisation. Renewable Electrification in Developing Economies’
As of 1 March 2022, Elisa Toffanello will join FREIA - Center for Gender Research as a Guest Researcher for three months.
In this interview with Professor Li Xing, Professor of Development and International Relations at Aalborg University in Denmark, host Hussein Askary discusses the impact of the current dramatic developments in Ukraine on the Belt and Road Initiative.
Li Xing, Professor of Development and International Relations in the Department of Politics and Society, Aalborg University, describes the content of the Feb. 4, 2022 Joint Statement between China and Russia and analyses what this means for relations between China and Russia, and, also, the rest of the world.
For her focus on online learning, ICT and migrants Sahra-Josephine Hjorth, a former PhD student at Department of Politics and Society, is invited to be a part of a six-months program run by US ex-president Barack Obama.
The interview covers China's relations with the U.S., Europe, Russia, Africa, Ibero-America (Latin America), Afghanistan and other developing countries. Includes what Prof. Li Xing would say to President Biden about China, Xi Jinping's Davos speech, the Belt and Road Initiative, the Xinjiang question, the importance of the Schiller Institute development programs.