We sat down with author Michael Farmer to discuss his love of maps and map making, the difficulty of making maps of areas as politically disputed as Tibet, the rapid development of infrastructure and housing in the area, as well as the 'Disneyfication' of religious sites.
In this blog Alexander Lott comments on the recent Award of the Annex VII Arbitral Tribunal in the dispute concerning the Kerch Strait incident, which is discussed in his Open Access book Hybrid Threats and the Law of the Sea: Use of Force and Discriminatory Navigational Restrictions in Straits.
In the second episode of our new themed series War and Peace, Dr. Wolfgang Ischinger focuses on Germany’s reaction to Russian aggression on Ukraine. He talks about the stringent measures that Germany has had to take as an outcome, driven by a sense of moral duty toward Ukraine in this humanitarian crisis.
In this new episode, Dr. Olga Śniadach talks about the changing definition of food security over time and the evolving policies to tackle the same, based on her co-authored work, “Towards a Redefinition of the Food Security Concept in the Light of Climate Change."
In the first episode of our new themed podcast series War and Peace, Dr. Valentin Schatz talks about the issues of arbitration concerning territorial domination, citing examples of Chagos Archipelago and the South China Sea, while emphasizing the need for a reasoned and balanced argument when it comes to territorial sovereignty, in the context of his work.
Haben Sie schon mal den Respekt vor sich selbst verloren? So kann es jedem früher oder später ergehen. Daniela und Sophus Renger verhelfen uns zu einem besseren Verständnis von Selbstrespekt, um diese Krise gut zu überstehen.