158 zoekresultaten voor “multilateralism” in de Publieke website
A multilateral tax treaty
On Thursday 16 November, Dirk Broekhuijsen defended his doctoral thesis entitled ‘A multilateral tax treaty: designing an instrument to modernise international tax law’. The supervisors are Professor F.A. Engelen and Professor S.C.W. Douma.
Shaping multilateralism: Principles and opportunities for multilateral cooperation in the UN
How can the support for a collaborative approach to global challenges be increased, in times when international organisations’ capacity to act is under threat? Gisela Hirschmann (Leiden University) and Cornelia Ulbert (University of Duisburg-Essen) suggest a number of options.
in sovereign debt restructuring : towards the establishment of a multilateral legal framework
This dissertation explores the relationship among creditors in sovereign debt restructuring and specifically focuses on the issue of inter-creditor equity.
Multilateral tax treaty
On Thursday 16 November, Dirk Broekhuijsen will defend his doctoral thesis entitled ‘A multilateral tax treaty: designing an instrument to modernise international tax law’. The defence will take place at 15.00 hrs at the Academy Building of Leiden University. The supervisors are Professor F.A. Engelen…
Gisela Hirschmann, Coronavirus: A Global Crisis Waiting for a Global Response
It is often said that the true character of a person is only revealed in a crisis. In these days, the coronavirus causes concern about the true state of the multilateral system. Political scientist Gisela Hirschmann (Leiden University) is worried about the future of multilateralism.
PhD Seminar in Multilateral Cooperation in International Tax Law
On 12 and 13 September 2019, the Institute of Tax Law and Economics from Leiden University hosted 29 PhD researchers from around the world to engage into collective discussions at the Multilateral Cooperation in International Tax Law seminar.
Tanja Masson-Zwaan: we will need multilateral discussion
NASA is offering to buy lunar samples collected by companies for a token sum primarily to set a precedent for space resource rights on the moon. However, there is not international consensus on the U.S. position on the rights to extracted resources.
Blarel, Mischief under the Nuclear Umbrella
Political scientist Nicolas Blarel (Leiden University) analsyses how non-state actors can (directly or directly) attempt to provoke conditions for a crisis between state actors that have nuclear capabilities. He argues that there is an urgent but complicated and understudied task to understand and manage…
Podcast #8 | Ye-Min Wu & Rebecca Webber Gaudiosi on Diplomacy and Multilateralism During & After COVID
The Hague Journal of Diplomacy is delighted to announce it will be starting its own podcast series! The series will be aimed at bringing the themes of the journal’s research off the page, and onto the discussion table. Each episode will feature a guest who will share their insights and personal experience…
Irma Mosquera Valderrama
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Unesco – challenges when multilateralism is in retreat
Lezing, Contemporary History and International Relations Research Seminar (CHIRRS)
The United Nations at 75: what are the challenges for the future?
The United Nations celebrates its 75th anniversary this year. With the corona crisis and rising nationalism, there’s not much cause for celebration. Which challenges will the global organisation have to overcome to be assured another 75 years of existence?
Pellikaan & Van Willigen, Bilateralism and Nuclear Security
Political scientists Huib Pellikaan and Niels van Willigen (Leiden University) use and elaborate on the theoretical insights from game theory in order to understand nuclear security in changing environment. Now that the relations between the US and Russia have deteriorated and smaller nuclear states…
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Diplomacy and Global Affairs
The Research Group “Diplomacy and Global Affairs” focuses on topics such as changing global power constellations, (international) diplomacy, conflict prevention and resolution, the work of actors such as international, multilateral, regional and non-governmental institutions, and research on the prevention…
The African Union in the United Nations
Madeleine Hosli, Professor of International Relations at Leiden University, together with two other authors, wrote a chapter in Group Politics in UN Multilateralism. This chapter assesses the composition and functioning of the African Union (AU) within the United Nations.
- Global governance and transnational cooperation
On the Emergence of Parliamentary Representations in Multilateral Conferences
- Volume 4 (2009)
Insolvency Office Holder-project
It researches (the possibilities for) the development of a set of principles and best practices for insolvency office holders by comparing multilateral treaties and soft law recommendations and national legislation within Europe.
A multilateral tax treaty: designing an instrument to modernise international tax law
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- Volume 12 (2017)
From Oil Interests to Multilateral Activism: China’s Role in Africa’s Security Order
From oil interests to multilateral activism: China's role in Africa's security order
The Hague Diplomacy Podcast aims at bringing the themes of the journal's research off the page, and onto the discussion table. Each episode will feature a guest who will share their insights and personal experience within their practice of or research on diplomacy.
The Legacy of J. William Fulbright: Policy, Power, and Ideology
This collection of essays details the political life of one of the most prominent and gifted American statesmen of the twentieth century. From his early training in international law to his five terms in the US Senate, J. William Fulbright (1905--1995) had a profound influence on US foreign policy,…
The European Union, the United Nations and Global Governance
The Summer School ‘The European Union, the United Nations and Global Governance’ will focus on a range of topics relevant to interactions between the European Union (EU) and the United Nations (UN) and the EU’s role within current patterns of global governance.
Unconditionally secure cryptographic protocols from coding-theoretic primitives
This dissertation presents new cryptographic protocols, which can be divided into two families.
Imagining Justice for Syria: Water Always Finds Its Way
On 29 april 2020, Beth Van Schaack defended her thesis 'Imagining Justice for Syria: Water Always Finds Its Way'. The doctoral research was supervised by Prof. C. Stahn.
- Cultural Diplomacy
Political scientist Gisela Hirschmann awarded Thyssen research grant
Gisela Hirschmann, lecturer and researcher at Leiden University’s Institute of Political Science, has been awarded a 2-year grant of € 170.000 by the German Fritz Thyssen Foundation to study how international organisations react to budget cuts, membership withdrawals and systematic non-compliance by…
WTO no excuse for environmental inaction
The state of our environment is a global concern. Despite an increasing awareness, setting internationally binding and ambitious commitments has proven to be a very difficult process. Can unilateral trade measures form an alternative and contribute to global environmental protection?
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International Organisation and European Integration
This research cluster is a part of the Institute of Political Science’s research programme ‘Institutions, Decisions and Collective Behaviour’. Its members examine the sources, design, effects and contestation of norms, rules, institutionalised practices and formal organisations that operate across national…
Global Transformations and Governance Challenges (GTGC) at Leiden University aims to advance knowledge and practice on how we govern – and could govern – major world-scale changes in contemporary society. These global transformations include hegemonic and other geopolitical shifts, ecological changes,…
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In this project Principles and Best Practices for Insolvency Office Holders (IOHs) for cross-border insolvency cases are developed.
European Union Studies (MA)
The master’s in European Union Studies at Leiden University covers the EU's broad geographical sweep from an interdisciplinary perspective.
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