Russisk historie 1917-2017: Foredragsrække, del I

23 June, 2017|Kommende arrangementer, Nyheder|

Leninismen og stalinismen til hverdag  Ved lektor, lic.phil. Erik Kulavig, Syddansk Universitet Tid: Tirsdag den 10. oktober 2017, kl. 17.15 - 19.00 Sted: Chr. Hansen-auditoriet, C

Russisk historie 1917-2017: Foredragsrække, del III

23 June, 2017|Kommende arrangementer, Nyheder|

Er det nye Rusland at finde i det gamle? Adjungeret professor, dr.theol. Christian Gottlieb, Københavns Universitet Tid: Tirsdag den 31. oktober 2017, kl. 17.15 – 19.00 Sted: 

Russisk historie 1917-2017: Foredragsrække, del IV

23 June, 2017|Kommende arrangementer, Nyheder|

Den russiske mediedebat op til ’valgkampen’ til præsidentvalget 2018 Cand. mag. Rikke Helms, tidl. leder for Dansk Kulturinstitut i Riga og Skt. Petersborg samt lektor ved Moskvas

Xi Jinping’s Marco Polo Strategy

14 June, 2017|Joseph S. Nye, Klummer, Nyheder|

By Joseph S. Nye, Jr. CAMBRIDGE – Last month, Chinese President Xi Jinping presided over a heavily orchestrated “Belt and Road” forum in Beijing. The two-day event attracted 29 heads of stat

Angela Merkel’s Challenge to Europe

7 June, 2017|Joschka Fischer, Klummer, Nyheder|

By Joschka Fischer BERLIN – German Chancellor Angela Merkel has never been regarded as an especially inspiring orator. In fact, she has a reputation for gently talking her audiences to sleep

Trump’s Magic Budget

2 June, 2017|Klummer, Nyheder|

By Carmen M. Reinhart CAMBRIDGE – US President Donald Trump’s administration has now released its budget plans for fiscal year 2018. Among the details provided in the document, entitled Amer

Is Trump Palestine’s New Hope?

19 May, 2017|Klummer, Nyheder|

By Daoud Kuttab RAMALLAH – On his recent visit to Washington, DC, Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas surprised many by heaping praise on US President Donald Trump. Speaking through a translato

Information Warfare Versus Soft Power

17 May, 2017|Joseph S. Nye, Klummer, Nyheder|

By Joseph S. Nye, Jr. CAMBRIDGE – Russia’s interference in the 2016 US presidential election, and its suspected hacking of French President Emmanuel Macron’s campaign servers, should surpris