The European Union, Ukrainian and Russian Approaches to International Criminal Law: A Comparative International Law Perspective
Given the deep disagreement between the European Union, Russia and Ukraine as to the legal qualification of war-related crimes in Ukraine, it is necessary to examine these actors' divergent understandings of international criminal law. This project examines the theoretical framework of c
Cultural Diplomacy and Collective Memory: Reviewing Austrian-Israeli Relations
This research examines the relations between collective memory and cultural diplomacy through the Austrian-Israeli case study, arguing that cultural diplomacy is used as a mechanism of transfer of collective memory to influence the memory perception of Austria in Israel.
Showdown in Belarus: Svetlana Tikhanovskaia and the Struggle for Democracy
Dexter Filkins is writing a profile of Svetlana Tikhanovskaia, the Belarusian opposition leader, for The New Yorker. He has recently been to Belarus and Poland, and spent time with Tikhanovskaia in Lithuania and the United States.
Panel Event: The German Elections and Europe's Future
This public panel discussion will address the results of the elections from three regions of Europe by researchers who are this year’s Europe’s Futures Fellows, moderated by the IWM Acting Rector and Permanent Fellow,…
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