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CCSDD represented at The First CEI Diplomatic Forum of Diplomatic Academy of MFA & Ivanov School of Leaders Alumni Association Conference

Carna Pistan, the CCSDD Affiliated Researcher, participated in the First CEI Diplomatic Forum of Diplomatic Academy of MFA and Ivanov School of Leaders Alumni Association held on 11-13 November, 2015 in Skopje, Macedonia. Ms. Pistan gave a presentation titled “Micro Solutions for … Continue reading

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REMINDER: Secession Conference on Monday!

Are you a little confused about what’s going on in Crimea right now? Perhaps you’ve heard about Scotland trying to secede from the UK, but you don’t understand why. Or maybe you want to better understand how the dissolution of … Continue reading

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Transition in Ukraine: Why, How, and What Next?

Giuseppe Di Luccia is one of the CCSDD’s Washington-based research assistants for the 2013-2014 school year. In December 2013, Giuseppe obtained his MA in International Law and Organizations from Johns Hopkins SAIS. He previously received a Master’s in Law from University of Naples Federico … Continue reading

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Tina Mendelsohn and the Future of Public Service Broadcasting

Join us tomorrow night for another installment of the CCSDD’s  “International Journalism” seminar series. At 18:30 in the SAIS Europe Penthouse, German broadcast journalist Tina Mendelsohn will deliver a talk entitled “Public Service Broadcasting Under Pressure“. Ms. Mendelsohn is the host and editor of Kulturzeit, … Continue reading

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ConstitutionNet Features Biagi’s Work on the 2011 Moroccan Constitution

ConstitutionNet has just featured a paper by one of the CCSDD’s researchers, Francesco Biagi, on the 2011 Moroccan Constitution. You can find their write-up here. ConstitutionNet is an initiative of the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (International IDEA). Partially funded by the … Continue reading

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Gay Rights Lecture Tonight!

We hope that you enjoyed Norbert Koster’s lecture on Thursday, so much so that you’re already aching to come back for more. As promised, tonight the CCSDD will host the second lecture in the Law Seminar Series (check here for … Continue reading

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Introducing the International Journalism Lecture Series

The CCSDD is proud to sponsor two different lecture series at Johns Hopkins SAIS for the 2013-2014 academic year: “International Journalism” and “Law”.  Hosted in conjunction with the Bologna Institute for Policy Research (BIPR), these lectures bring academics and practitioners … Continue reading

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The 10th Anniversary of the ‘EU and Legal Reform Summer School’ in Montenegro

Each year, the CCSDD runs the European Union and Legal Reform Summer School in Montenegro, a one-week post-graduate course that addresses the constitutional implications of the EU’s expansion into Eastern and Central Europe. Lead by CCSDD Director Dr. Justin Frosini, … Continue reading

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