News & In The Media

  • 2015-10-30

    ISDP Welcomes Dr. Jianjun Ding as Guest Researcher

    Dr. Jianjun Ding joined ISDP as a visiting researcher in October 2015 and she will stay with us for 14 months. She works for the Pakistan Study Center of Sichuan University, China, and her main research interests encompass South Asia, especially Pakistani politics, its foreign policy, and the relationship between China and Pakistan. She is […]

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  • 2015-10-28

    Expert Interview – Lars Vargö on Japan’s Constitutional Reinterpretation of Article 9

    In a landmark decision, the Japanese parliament voted last month to reinterpret Article 9 of the country’s “peace” constitution. Lars Vargö, former Swedish ambassador to Japan and South Korea, provides his perspective on the implications of the controversial reinterpretation and what it means for Japan’s military role. Japan’s reinterpretation of Article 9 has been viewed […]

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  • 2015-10-18

    ISDP Media Quotes 2007- April 2016

    2016 April 16, 2016: Halil Karaveli was quoted in Dagens Nyheter article Process mot komiker stor nyhet i Turkiet. April 12, 2016: Halil Karaveli was quoted in the Göteborgs-Posten article: Tal på Sergels torg: “Död åt de armeniska hundarna” April 6, 2016: Svante Cornell was quoted in the Bloomberg article: Oil Riches Help Azerbaijan Outgun Armenia […]

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  • 2015-10-14

    Ambassador Per Eklund Joins the ISDP Board

    H.E. Ambassador Per Eklund is a Senior Fellow at the Silk Road Studies Program. Ambassador Eklund joined in February 2011 after retiring from his position as head of the European Union Delegation to Georgia. He joined the European Commission in Brussels in 1997 and his other missions included Guyana, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, the Netherlands […]

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  • 2015-10-03

    Peace Education Training Held in Mandalay

    The last Peace Education Training was hold in Mandalay, Myanmar on October 3 and 4, 2015. The training sessions were attended by 30 participants coming from various civil society organizations and political parties. The training was made possible thanks to funding from the European Union.

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  • 2015-06-24

    Peace Education Trainings Second Phase on Political Dialogue Completed in Yangon

    The Second Phase of the Peace Education Training has been completed in Yangon, with the topic of this years training on ‘Political Dialogue’. The training was held in partnership with the Myanmar Minerva Education Centre (MMEC) between the dates of 24th June – 28th June 2015. The training was attended by 30 participants from Shan, […]

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  • 2015-05-05

    CICIR Delegation Visits ISDP

    A delegation from the China Institutes for Contemporary International Relations visited ISDP on May 27-31, 2015. The delegation consisted of Prof. Feng Zhongping, Vice President, Prof. Zhang Jian, Director of the CICIR Institute of European Studies, Prof. Liu Bo, Executive Director of the CICIR Department of International Exchanges, Prof. Li Dong, Deputy Director of the […]

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  • 2014-04-11

    Delegation from NUST on academic visit to ISDP

    A delegation from the Pakistani National University of Science & Technology (NUST), led by Maj. Gen. (ret.) Ali Baz, Principal of the NUST Institute of Peace & Conflict Studies (NIPCONS), met with ISDP board and staff members on April 11th to exchange thoughts and ideas. The delegation was met by ISDP Chairman Mr. Roger Svensson, […]

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  • 2011-10-05

    MoU Signed between ISDP and CICIR

    ISDP is pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with the China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR,中国现代国际关系研究院) on October 17, 2011 during a visit to Beijing, China. The MoU formalizes a long-standing co-operation between the two institutes that includes regular exchange of delegations, visiting scholars, collaboration on publications and other activities.

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