EPIIC

EPIIC 2020-21: China and the World

by tuftsigl
EPIIC 2020-21: China and the World Jun 03

Register for EPIIC 2020-21! Course registration is now open. The rapid rise of China as a major political, economic, military and diplomatic power is one of the most significant developments in world affairs. As a global actor, China impacts every region, from Asia to North America, from Africa to Europe, from Latin America to the Middle East. Its influence is felt in every issue area from climate change to global health, from digital technology to the global economy, from cybersecurity to trade, as well as on global norms and institutions.

Jun 13

Attending the Multi-stakeholders Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation at the United Nations by Jiaxun (Leila) Li (A'19)

by tuftsigl

My first conference at the United Nations was deeply illuminating, despite the many esoteric acronyms. The STI Forum is short for the Multi-stakeholders Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Dec 03

Institute Update: EPIIC

by tuftsigl

The 2017-18 EPIIC topic is “Is the Liberal World Order Ending?”  The IGL’s new Director, Abi Williams, sees this theme as at the heart of the Institute for Global Leadership’s (IGL) mission to prepare new generations of critical thinkers and effective ethical global leaders who can comprehend the world’s most challenging global issues.

Apr 20

The World in Disarray Lecture Review with Richard Hass and James Stavridis

by tuftsigl

EPIIC students, IGL affiliates, students, and members of the Tufts Community were invited to join the lecture on the current state of the world with two honorable guest speakers who provided a timely analysis of a world increasingly defined by disorder.

Feb 23

EPIIC Symposium "The World of Tomorrow: Order and Chaos in the 21st Century"

by heatherbarry

The Institute for Global Leadership held its 32nd Annual Norris and Margery Bendetson EPIIC International Symposium on "The World of Tomorrow: Order and Chaos in the 21st Century" from February 23-25, 2017.  Panelists included Adm. James Stavridis, Dean of The Fletcher School; Amb. R. Nicholas Burns; Amb.

Nov 08

From Debates to Campfires: EPIIC 2016 Outward Bound Weekend by Alexis Tatore

by tuftsigl

While the Tufts dining halls filled with creative, last-minute Halloween costumes, I snuck up to New Hampshire with my EPIIC class to debate collective security and Libya. Missing my first Halloween weekend in college — spooky, right? Well, not exactly.

Feb 11

James Cronin speaks to EPIIC Class

by tuftsigl

On Tuesday, February 9, 2016 the EPIIC Colloquium heard from professor James Cronin on "The Special Relationship" of Britain and America. 

Listen to a recording of the lecture here! 

Dec 18

German Consul Ralf Horlemann Visits Tufts University

by tuftsigl

Consul Ralf Horlemann has served in the German Foreign Service for more than two decades and has a rich experience in international security policy, transatlantic relations and Asian affairs. He took up his position as Consul General of Germany to New England in July 2015.

Dec 18

German Consul Ralf Horlemann Visits Tufts University

by jessiewallner

Consul Ralf Horlemann has served in the German Foreign Service for more than two decades and has a rich experience in international security policy, transatlantic relations and Asian affairs. He took up his position as Consul General of Germany to New England in July 2015.

Dec 11

Bruce Hitchner speaks on Bosnia-Herzegovina at final EPIIC class of the semester

by tuftsigl

Professor Bruce Hitchner spoke about Bosnia-Herzegovina to EPIIC on December 10, 2015.  Listen to the class here!  Bruce Hitchner is Professor of Classics and International Relations.

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