24 Apr 201510:00am - 12:30pmCRASSH (SG1&2), Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, CB3 9DT

Description

Please note that there has been a change of timing. It will not start at 2pm but at 10am instead

 

Open to all and free to attend, but please register for this event.

This is the final symposium of the 2015 Humanitas Series in Statecraft and Diplomacy with Richard Haass (American Diplomat).

Respondents

Events in the series

Humanitas
World Order: Definition and Description
21 Apr 2015 5:00pm - 6:30pm, Law Faculty (LG18)

Lecture by Richard Haass (American Diplomat), 2015 Humanitas Visiting Professor in Statecraft and Diplomacy.

The Decline of World Order: Causes and Explanations
22 Apr 2015 5:00pm - 6:30pm, Law Faculty (LG18)

Lecture by Richard Haass (American Diplomat), 2015 Humanitas Visiting Professor in Statecraft and Diplomacy.

World Order: What Can be Done?
23 Apr 2015 5:00pm - 6:30pm, Law Faculty (LG18)

Lecture by Richard Haass (American Diplomat), 2015 Humanitas Visiting Professor in Statecraft and Diplomacy.

World Order: Its Past, Present & Prospects
24 Apr 2015 10:00am - 12:30pm, CRASSH (SG1&2), Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, CB3 9DT

Concluding symposium with Richard Haass (American Diplomat), 2015 Humanitas Visiting Professor in Statecraft and Diplomacy.

For administrative enquiries please email conference@crassh.cam.ac.uk

           

About the Professorship

The Humanitas Chair in Statecraft and Diplomacy has been made possible by the generous support of Mrs Angelika Diekmann.

The Humanitas Visiting Professorship in Statecraft and Diplomacy aims to bring to Cambridge some of the world's leading practitioners in this general field. Using their personal experience and close engagement in contemporary events, they can provide a vivid and direct insight into vital areas of international affairs, where transparency is rarely available. They will also help to build bridges of interpretation and understanding between the theoreticians of international studies, and those most closely involved in shaping the initiatives and activities of nation states, alliances and international organisations in a period of global dynamism, uncertainty and change. This Visiting Professorship promises to help throw light on a profession famous for its discretion and the practice of its 'dark arts'.

Previous Humanitas Visiting Professor in Statecraft and Diplomacy

2012-13: Gareth Evans (Chancellor of the Australian National University)
2011-12: Helen Clark (Administrator of United Nations Development Programme and Chair of United Nations Development Group; former Prime Minister of New Zealand)

Standing Committee

Christopher Hill (International Studies)
Sir Richard Dearlove (Master, Pembroke College)

Hosting College

Pembroke College

Programme

10.00-10.10

Introduction

10.10-10.30

First response by Ned Lebow (King's College London)

10.30-10.50

Second response by Chris Brown (London School of Economics)

10.50-11.10

Third response by Zara Steiner (University of Cambridge)

11.10-11.30

Coffee break

11.30-12.30

Reactions from Richard Haass and general discussion

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