The IGCC-sponsored meeting will cover police violence, disinformation, migration, and climate conflict.
Conference on Great Power Competition in the 21st Century: The Struggle for Technological, Economic, and Strategic Supremacy
IGCC research director Emilie Hafner-Burton delivered the keynote address at the Democracy in Mexico conference, hosted by the Democracy in Mexico project, a consortium that includes the Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies at UC San Diego, the Institute of Legal Research of the UNAM, the Departments of Political Science at UC Santa Barbara and UC Merced, and SIMO Consulting.
The UC San Diego Institute of Arts and Humanities, in collaboration with the School of Global Policy and Strategy, convened UC San Diego Experts including Future of Democracy co-director Christina Schneider for a discussion on the war in Ukraine.
The Human Security, Violence, and Trauma (HSVT) conference, funded by the IGCC Academic Conference grant, brought together researchers from political science, psychology, neuroscience, and public health, and practitioners working in the field for a two-day seminar on the implications of conflict and forced migration.
The most pressing security threats of the modern era—from large-scale cyber disruptions, and pandemic disease, to catastrophic natural disasters, and technology-empowered terrorism—are now so complex and interconnected, they transcend traditional distinctions between disciplines and bureaucratic authorities.
The University of California Conference on International Cooperation (UCCIC) is an annual conference that brings together international relations (IR) scholars from across UC campuses to discuss research in progress, share ideas, and provide mentorship for junior IR scholars at UC institutions.
At this year’s Herb York Memorial lecture, Tzipi Livni, former Israeli foreign minister deputy prime minister, reflected on whether increased tensions in the region can help create new opportunities for peace and stability.