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The Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination at Princeton University (LISD) supports teaching, research, and publication about issues related to and emerging from self-determination, especially pertaining to the state, self-governance, sovereignty, security, and diplomacy with particular consideration of socio-cultural, ethnic, and religious issues involving state and non-state actors. The Institute was founded in 2000 through the generosity of H.S.H. Prince Hans Adam II of Liechtenstein, and is directed by Wolfgang Danspeckgruber.

Events

03 November
RSVP Required, Faculty/Student Only
Crisis Diplomacy Lunch Seminar
012 Bendheim Hall
Gen. Stanley McChrystal (Ret.)
04 November
RSVP Required, Faculty/Student Only
Fall Semester Weekly Discussion Series: DiametricaLand—The Enigma of Modern Israel
012 Bendheim Hall
11 November
Open To Public
The Princeton Community in the Nation’s Service: Veterans Reflect on War, Service and Veterans’ Issues
Dodds Auditorium
18 November
RSVP Required, Faculty/Student Only
Crisis Diplomacy Lunch Seminar
012 Bendheim Hall
Amb. Karl Eikenberry
21 November
Open To Public
Grand Strategy and Self-Determination
Robertson Hall

Latest Social Media

  • Thank you for joining @PrincetonLISD, @Peace_Women and @LiechtensteinUN for this WPS panel on Boko Haram and extremist violence
  • Amb. Wenaweser thanks the panelists. The session concludes to audience applause.
  • Without clear understanding of the broad context, appropriate responses cannot be conceived, implemented.
  • LG: Important to see Boko Haram targeting of women and girls in the wider context of widespread BH attacks against civilians in general.