Fall 2018 Seminar Series:
-‘Crisis and Polarisation in Latin America’, Jeff Webber, Queen Mary University of London, October 1, 2018.
-‘Climate Change as Security Issue’, Caroline Varin, Professors Without Borders, 17 October, 2018.
-‘Fortress Europe: The Historical Origins of the European Frontier’, Luke Cooper, Anglia Ruskin University, October 30, 2018.
-‘Ukrainian Foreign Policy: Reality and Perspectives’, Hon. Mrs. Natalia Galibarenko, Ukrainian Ambassador to the United Kingdom, November 14, 2018.
-‘How England’s Merchants Founded America And Launched The British Empire Before The Pilgrims’, Dr. Simon Targett, November 28, 2018.
Spring 2018 Seminar Series:
-‘New Books in Politics with Michael Keating, Rafal Soborski, and Paul Rekret’, February 14, 2018.
`-Cyber and Political Risk’, Khaled Fattal, March 13, 2018.
Fall 2017 SPG Seminar Series:
-Fantasy Apocalypse – A One-Day Joint Symposium of all things Science Fiction, fantasy and horror with The University of Northampton and Richmond University
-“Diego Garcia: What, How, Where Now?” Allen Vincatassin, President of the Provisional Government of Diego Garcia & Chagos Islands, November 30, 2017.
-“Brexit: Why Britain Voted to Leave the EU”, Dr. Eunice Goes (Richmond), November 23rd, 2017.
-“America First or America Alone? Trump on collision course with China’, Prof. Wolfgang Deckers (Richmond), 15 November 2017.
-“Virtual Warfare: 21st Century Warfare”, Daniel Wagner (CEO Country Risk Solutions), 29 November, 2017.
-“Emerging Markets and the State: Developmentalism in the 21st Century”, Dr. Chris Wylde (Richmond), 28 November, 2017.
-“Why (and How) International Commercial Law Matters to International Political Economy”, Dr. Edward S. Cohen (Westminster College), 12 October 2017.
-“US Presidential Election 2016: What Happened”, Dr. James Boys (Richmond), October 2017.
Spring 2017 SPG Seminar Series:
-“English Uprising: Brexit and the Right-Wing Revolt”, Dr. Paul Stocker (Richmond), 12th April.
-“THE ARMATURE OF SUMUD: GAZA’S NETWORKS OF RESILIENCE”, Prof Bruce Stanley, (Richmond), March 2, 2017.
-“US-UK Special Relations” with Mr Lew Lukens (Chargé d’Affaires ad interim, U.S. Embassy in London), 18 February 2017
Fall 2016 SPG Seminar Series:
-“Sexual Violence in Situations of Conflict and Displacement” Ms Charu Hogg (UCLA) and H.R.H. Princess Tessy of Luxembourg, November 9.
-“Basic Income In our Time: Political Prospects, Political Challenges”, Dr. Jurgen De Wispelaere (Research Fellow at Bath University; Visiting Research Fellow at Tampere University) 3 November 2016.
-“Rethinking Pacific Imperialism”, Dominic Alessio and Patricia Olle Tejero (Richmond) October 5, 2016.
Spring 2016 SPG Seminar Series:
-“The Right in Latin America: Elite Power, Hegemony and the Struggle for the State” Barry Cannon, NUI Maynoot, March 3, 2016.
-“Developmentalism in the Twenty-First Century: States and Regimes in the Global Political Economy” Dr. Chris Wylde (Richmond).
-Launch of Eunice Goes’s ‘The Labour Party Under Ed Miliband: Trying But Failing to Renew Social Democracy’ (Manchester University Press, 2016) with Jon Cruddas MP, Simon Griffiths (Goldsmiths, University of London; Dionyssis Dimitrakopoulos (Birkbeck, University of London).
-Launch of Mike Keating’s ‘The Global Energy Challenge’ (Palgrave MacMillan 2015) with Caroline Kuzemko Energy Policy Group, University of Exeter and Andreas Goldthau School of Public Policy Central European University.
-“Globalizing Gender Politics”, Dr Roberta Guerrina (University of Surrey), March 2016.
-“The Far Right in the UK Today”, Professor Matthew Feldman, March 2016.
-U.S. Embassy’s Press Officer and Spokesperson Kathryn Crockart on Public Diplomacy, April 2016.
-“Globalizing Forces: Increasing Actorness and Diminishing Statehood in the EU”, Dr Maxine David (University of Leiden) February 2016.
-“Greek Elections: What Next For Greece? What Next for Syriza?”Maria Margaronis (London correspondent of Nation), March 2016
-Ambassador Federico Alberto Cuello Camilo, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland on an Ambassador’s role, February 2016.
-“Western appropriation of Cold War memory”, Dr Muriel Blaive Advisor to the Director for Research and Methodology, Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes (ÚSTR), Prague, Czech Republic, February 2016.
-“Globalizing Gender Politics”, Dr Roberta Guerrina (University of Surrey), Friday 1 April 2016.
-“Public Diplomacy“, U.S. Embassy’s Press Officer and Spokesperson Kathryn Crockart, Tuesday March 15, 2016.
-“Globalizing Forces: Increasing Actorness and Diminishing Statehood in the EU”, Dr Maxine David (University of Leiden), Friday 19 February.
-“Global Migration and Global Cities: London”, Prof. John Eade (University of Rohehampton and University of Toronto) “Friday 5 February.