Monthly Archive: October 2015

Oct 26

C2G2 in the News

Ana Margheritis has been in high demand over the last few days in the lead-up to Argentina’s elections. You can hear her interview with the BBC World Service on Sunday on the audio player above. You can also hear and read more of her insights at the following links: FM4, Vienna, 24 October 2015, interview (sound …

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Oct 20

New Research Output

Chris Armstrong has a new paper on global justice and rainforest protection in Political Theory. Key details are below – click the link to read more: Armstrong, C (2015, ahead-of-print), ‘Fairness, Free-riding and Rainforest Protection’, Political Theory, doi: 10.1177/0090591715594840.

Oct 19

Panel Discussion: Argentina – analysing the results of the General Election

Ana Margheritis will join in a panel discussion hosted by UCL’s Institute of the Americas to assess the implications from the upcoming General Election in Argentina. For details about the event, click here.

Oct 14

Upcoming Conference: Managing Global Migration

Co-leads of C2G2’s Migration and Membership group, Ana Margheritis and David Owen, are organising and appearing at a conference  on Managing Global Migration: New Perspectives from Latin America and Europe.The event is on November 12, and is being hosted by the Institute for Latin American Studies, University of London. Click here to view the full programme.

Oct 12

New Research Output

Ben Saunders has a new paper out early view in Journal of Medicine & Philosophy. Details are: Saunders, Ben (2015-ahead of print), ‘Procreative Beneficence, Intelligence, and the Optimization Problem’, Journal of Medicine & Philosophy. DOI: 10.1093/jmp/jhv026

Oct 09

ICJR Seminar: The Myth of Mob Rule

ICJR Seminar: Wed, Oct 14th, 4pm, 67/1003 (Southampton Highfield Campus) Prof Lisa L. Miller, Rutgers University The Myth of Mob Rule: Violent Crime and Democratic Politics Can majorities be entrusted to support rational policy ideas on issues like crime and security? or are they inevitably la bella multorom capitum, the many-headed beast, demanding impulsive, irrational …

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Oct 02

New research outputs

John Boswell and Jack Corbett have a paper out in the latest issue of JEPP on elite cynicism about the policy process. Click on the link below to access one of 50 free prints: Boswell, J. and Corbett, J. (2015). ‘Stoic democrats? Antipolitics, elite cynicism and the policy process,’ Journal of European Public Policy, 22 …

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Oct 01

Belize Seminar: Centre for Transnational Studies

The Centre for Transnational Studies has a seminar on the situation in Belize that may be of interest to the C2G2 community. It is from 5-7pm at the Avenue Campus (65/Lecture Rm C). To read the flyer for the event, click here: TNS 7 October 2015.