Hosted by CEU President and Rector Shalini Randeria, the podcast continues its sixth season with guest Daniela Schwarzer.
The April 25 discussion about forced sterilizations in Peru will be held at the Austrian Latin American Institute.
This episode explores what kind of democracy is being defended in Israel today. Who are the supporters of the ruling coalition and what explains the popular appeal of the right-wing parties? Listen to a discussion with a wide historical context about the present political crisis, which many scholars have called a constitutional coup.
This episode explores what makes republican values and practices important to the survival of any democracy, as well as the role of sociality in cultivating of a common sense of purpose, mutual interdependence, and collective engagement. What makes the agrarian ethos of Indian village communities resonate with the spirit of democratic republicanism and how does the rural India vote transform political consciousness?
Hosted by CEU President and Rector Shalini Randeria, the podcast continues its sixth season with guest Ken Opalo.
This episode explores the current state of democracy across Africa. What are the main achievements since the 1990s and what are the biggest internal threats to consolidation of democracy? Why have democratic governments failed to deliver? Listen to how unfulfilled promises and aspirations for a better life have shaped the current context.
Pro-Rector for External Relations Carsten Schneider and Europaeum Executive Director Hartmut Mayer signed MOU in Vienna today.
Hosted by CEU President and Rector Shalini Randeria, the podcast continues its sixth season with guest Ron Daniels.