Announcements

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The Program on Religion, Diplomacy and International Relations (PORDIR) has selected 17 Princeton University undergraduate and graduate students as 2017-18 student fellows. The fellows were selected through a competitive application process. The fellows are: Reva Abrol, Lieutenant Johnathan Falcone, Jonathan Haynes, Marina Finley, Iskandar Haykel, Peter Koczanski, Casey Li, Abyssinia Lissanu, Rebekah Ninan, Caitlin Quinn, Jocelyn Reckford, Alejandro Roig, Alonso Soto, Michael Smerconish, Alexandra Veyne, Cara Yi, and Shafaq Khan.

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The Project on Gender in the Global Community (GGC) has selected 15 Princeton University undergraduate and graduate students as 2017-18 student fellows. The fellows were selected through a competitive application process. The fellows are: Reva Abrol, Jack Aiello, Maya Aronoff, Dina Chotrani, Isabel DoCampo, Cassandra Emmons, Anita Gupta, Melanie Ho, Kasia Kalinowska, Matthew Kritz, Rebekah Ninan, Caitlin Quinn, Sarah Sakha, Ana Cristina Alonso Soria, and Angela Wu.

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The Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination at Princeton University convened a private colloquium on “China in Europe: Chinese Interests from Lisbon to Vladivostok,” in Triesenberg, Principality of Liechtenstein, on August 17-20, 2017. The meeting brought together senior governmental officials, think tank representatives, academics, diplomats and civil society representatives from China, the European Union, EurAsia, and the United States.

In a new LISD commentary “Kurdistan and Its Referendum,” Walter Posch of the National Defence Academy in Vienna analyzes the potential outcomes of the upcoming September 25 referendum on the independence of Kurdistan.

The Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination at Princeton University convened a colloquium, “Crisis Cataloging, Evaluation and Prioritization (CCEP),” in Triesenberg, Principality of Liechtenstein, on August 22-24, 2017. The meeting brought together representatives of the OSCE, senior governmental officials, think tank representatives, academics, policy makers, diplomats and civil society representatives.

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The Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination's Project on Gender in the Global Community is now accepting applications for the 2017-2018 Student Fellows Program. Graduate and undergraduate students are invited to apply. The theme for this year’s fellowship is “Gender, Law, and Security,” and fellows will be selected through a competitive application process.

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The Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination is helping to support the Prison Teaching Initiative at Princeton University (PTI) by providing two fellowships to support PTI's growth and development for the 2017-18 academic year. LISD will be providing fellowship support to PTI student volunteers, Angela Radulescu (Psychology/Neuroscience) and Matthew King (Molecular Biology). 

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The Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination (LISD) at Princeton University convened the 10th annual colloquium for the Program on Religion, Diplomacy and International Relations (PORDIR) in Prague, Czech Republic, on June 8-10, 2017. This year’s program theme was “Religion and Empire.” Univerzita Karlova, the oldest extant Central European university, founded in 1348, hosted the meeting attended by PORDIR fellows, Princeton University resident scholars, and LISD associates. LISD Founding Director, Dr. Wolfgang Danspeckgruber, chaired the event.

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The Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination at Princeton University convened a colloquium, “Religion, Values, and Spirituality: The Impact on Diplomacy and Security,” in Vienna, Austria, at the City Palais Liechtenstein, on June 4-6, 2017. The colloquium was convened in honor of the10th Anniversary of LISD’s Program on Religion, Diplomacy, and International Relations (PORDIR), and in cooperation with ProOriente Wien.