International Relations

Influential Political Scientist, Professor Iver B. Neumann, Held a Series of Lectures and Seminars at Webster Vienna

The International Relations Department had the pleasure to welcome back and host Norwegian political scientist and social anthropologist, Professor Iver B. Neumann, for one week this Fall semester.

Top Norwegian political scientist and social anthropologist, Professor Iver B Neumann, in an exclusive interview, revealed his views on trending international relations topics.

The State and Its Evolution Over Time

Top Norwegian political scientist and social anthropologist, Professor Iver B. Neumann, returns to Webster Vienna Private University this fall for a series of private and public lectures focused on trending international relations topics.

In addition to teaching select courses, students and attendees of his lectures, Professor Neumann shared his views on:

Top Norwegian political scientist and social anthropologist, Professor Iver B. Neumann, returns to Webster Vienna Private University this fall for a series of private and public lectures focused on trending international relations topics.

Crisis and Response: State Performance in Times of Crises

Top Norwegian political scientist and social anthropologist, Professor Iver B. Neumann, returns to Webster Vienna Private University this fall for a series of private and public lectures focused on trending international relations topics.

In addition to teaching select courses, students and attendees of his lectures, Professor Neumann shared his views on:

Leading expert on China and Asia, David Shambaugh, at WVPU from November 19-24

Leading expert on China and Asia, David Shambaugh, at WVPU from November 19-24

Professor and expert on contemporary China and Asian Studies, David Shambaugh, will be visiting Webster Vienna Private University from the 19th of November until the 24th.

Mikuláš Dzurinda: Transatlantic Relations in the Era of Global Turbulence

Former prime minister of Slovakia Mikuláš Dzurinda at WVPU: Transatlantic Relations in the Era of Global Turbulence
October 10th 2019, 5:00pm, Atrium

Influential Political Scientist, Professor Iver B. Neumann, Joining the IR Department and WVPU Campus from September 9th to the 13th

Top Norwegian political scientist and social anthropologist, Iver B. Neumann, returns to Webster Vienna Private University this fall for a series of private and public lectures focused on trending international relations topics.

Research Seminar Prof. Iver B. Neumann

The Politics & IR Research Seminar Series will continue on Wednesday, September 11 with Prof. Iver B. Neumann presenting his current research: What does a state see as a crisis and how does it turn one to its advantage?

The Role of Ridicule in Typewriter and Tweet Diplomacy – How can Humour ‘Speak’ Security?

In cooperation with Erasmus+ the International Relations Department of Webster Vienna has the pleasure to invite you to the guest lecture of Dr. Ákos Kopper (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest) titled:

"The Role of Ridicule in Typewriter and Tweet Diplomacy – How can Humour ‘Speak’ Security?" 

WVPU Students Get a Clear Lesson in Corporate Social Responsibility at Vöslauer

On 11th June 2019, Webster Vienna Graduate students taking the Management course in Corporate Responsibility and Society travelled with their instructor, Dr. Eva Zedlacher, to the Vöslauer Mineralwasser production facilities in Bad Vöslau. Herbert Schlossnikl, CEO and Head of Sustainability at the market leading Austrian mineral water producer, guided the students through the company’s latest Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report and answered questions relating to challenges for effective CSR at Vöslauer. 

The Politics & IR Research Seminar - Offensive Cyber Operations: A Primer

The International Relations Department at WVPU is pleased to announce the next date for its Politics and IR Research Seminar Series. The primary purpose of the Research Seminars is to offer a forum to faculty members and invited academics to present their work and receive comments and feedback from colleagues and students. For students this is an excellent opportunity to gather firsthand experience with ongoing academic debates and research, as well as academic working methods. The format is a classic one: 45 minutes presentation followed by a 30-45 minute Q&A session.

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