LISD Director, Andrew Moravcsik, to present the Perry World House 2021 Distinguished Lecture in Public Policy
Jan. 25, 2021

Right-wing nationalist populism has swept the transatlantic world in the last decade, as populist leaders, causes, and parties —…

New LISD Working Paper titled, "Deep Unreconciliation" by James Gow and Rana Ibrahem
Dec. 19, 2020

A new Working Paper by James Gow and Rana Ibrahem frames the struggle over Confederate statues as part of an unreconciled US civil war and explores how the legacy of the unfinished business fortified a narrative of Southern redemption that persists today.

CNN Published Op-Ed "America's Peaceful Election is Worth Celebrating" by Shannon Hiller and Nealin Parker
Dec. 17, 2020
America's peaceful election is worth celebrating

Opinion by Shannon Hiller and Nealin Parker

New LISD Working Paper titled, "International Responses to Sexual Violence in Conflict: Where Do Men and Boys Fit In?" by Beth English 
Nov. 10, 2020

A new Working Paper by Beth English addresses sexual violence against men and boys in political conflict situations.

New LISD Policy Paper titled, "OSCE AT 45: A New Spirit of Helsinki" by Ambassadors Clemens Koja, Florian Raunig, and Christian Strohal, with a foreword by Wolfgang F. Danspeckgruber
Oct. 21, 2020

"OSCE At 45: A New Spirit of Helsinki," provides an overview of the challenges addressed by the 2017 Austrian Chairmanship of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).

Effects of the American Presidential Election on European Politics
Oct. 9, 2020

Professors Andrew Moravcsik and Harold James presented arguments against the common perception that the 2020 US election matters greatly for the substance of transatlantic policy cooperation.