The BSIA is advertising for the position of Administrative Manager
The Balsillie School of International Affairs congratulates this year’s internal and external scholarship winners.
Renowned political scientist John Ravenhill appointed director of Balsillie School of International Affairs
WATERLOO, Ont. (June 3, 2013) – The board of the Balsillie School of International Affairs (BSIA) today announced the appointment of Professor John Ravenhill as Director of the school.
Professor Jorge Heine appointed to board of the Institute of International Relations at the University of the West Indies
Originally published on the Wilfrid Laurier University website under Headlines: Laurier Political Science Professor Jorge Heine has been appointed to the board of the Institute of International Relations at the University of the West Indies (IIR-UWI).
The Right Honourable Joe Clark to give the luncheon address at the 2nd Annual CJF Symposium.
BSIA professor and CIGI Chair Kathryn Hochstetler reveals new insights about deforestation and hydropower
BSIA professor and CIGI Chair Kathryn Hochstetler reveals new insights about deforestation and hydropower in an interview with New Science magazine.
Dr. Elisabeth King leads DFID and IRC review of community driven development programs in conflict affected contexts
Dr. King's research provides a critical review of the evidence generated by rigorous evaluations of Community-driven development or reconstruction (CDD/R) programming. The review includes interviews with practitioners, policymakers and academics – and identifies lessons for the design, implementation and further evaluation of CDD/R programmes.
Simon Dalby contributes key chapter to Falkner's Handbook of Global Climate and Environmental Policy
Simon Dalby lends his world class expertise to Robert Falkner's Handbook of Global Climate and Environmental Policy. As the CIGI Chair in Policy Economy and Climate Change, Dalby wrote the chapter on Global Environmental Security.
Congratulations to Dr. Andrew Cooper and Dr. Jorge Heine on the release of the Oxford Handbook of Modern Diplomacy
Two BSIA faculty members, Andrew Cooper and Jorge Heine, are co-editors of the recently released Oxford Handbook of Modern Diplomacy (OHMD), published by Oxford University Press, as part of its Handbook series in Political Science and International Relations. Four years in the making, with fifty chapters and nearly a thousand pages, the OHMD is the most ambitious publishing venture in diplomatic studies today.
Professor Andy Cooper will present on "Images of Vulnerability and Resilience in the Diplomacy of Small States" on Monday April 22, in the Department of Government and Politics at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel.