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March 1 | 2018

Reconsidering Regime Type in International Relations

This talk will argue for a more nuanced picture of regime type in IR studies in which domestic institutions and the international environment interact to determine when leaders have the ability to engage in short term strategic action to become more insulated or exposed to relevant domestic audiences. […]

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Orfalea News

Emerging Frontiers of Human Rights – December 2017

From December 1-2, 2017, the Orfalea Center for Global and International Studies’ Governance and Human Rights Hub convened thirteen leading scholars of the norms, institutions, and practice of human rights to interrogate the following, pivotal questions related to contemporary human rights scholarship: 1) Pathways of influence: How do human rights […]

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New Book: Exploring Emergent Global Thresholds

The Orfalea Center for Global & International Studies is pleased to announce their newest publication, “Exploring Emergent Global Thresholds: Towards 2030,” published by Orient Blackswan, and edited by Orfalea Center Distinguished Fellow Richard Falk. This volume presents multiple viewpoints on the possible future of the planet, as well as on what […]

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New Book: Expanding Human Rights

The Orfalea Center for Global & International Studies and the Governance & Human Rights Research Hub are pleased to announce their newest publication, “Expanding Human Rights: 21st Century Norms and Governance”. This volume was developed as part of the Governance & Human Rights Hub’s 2017 workshop on human rights, and […]

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