International Relations

Book Presentation & Discussion: Towards a Segmented European Political Order

Book Presentation & Discussion: Towards a Segmented European Political Order
Wednesday, February 5, 2020 - WVPU campus - 6:00pm

Baustelle Europa: Perspektiven im Zeitalter von Digitalisierung und Globalisierung

Lecture in German co-organized by WVPU & ÖGAVN: Baustelle Europa: Perspektiven im Zeitalter von Digitalisierung und Globalisierung
Wednesday, January 22, 12:00-13:15

Reinisch on Brexit in Washington Post, TRT World

International Relations adjunct faculty member Dr. Dieter Reinisch published in Washington Post.

Webster Vienna Private University had the pleasure to host visiting Professor David Shambaugh of George Washington University from the 19th through the 23rd of November 2019.

Professor David Shambaugh Shares with WVPU Students and Guests His Views on the Future of China’s Foreign Policy

Webster Vienna Private University had the pleasure to host visiting Professor David Shambaugh of George Washington University from the 19th through the 23rd of November 2019. Professor Shambaugh is an internationally recognized authority and author on contemporary China and the international relations of Asia, with a strong interest in the European Union and transatlantic issues. His areas of expertise include China’s domestic politics; China’s foreign relations; China’s military and security; and international relations of Asia.

IR & Politics Research Seminar: Sylvia Kritzinger

Prof. Sylvia Kritzinger (University of Vienna) will present her research on "National Identity Profiles and Support for the European Union"
Wednesday, December 11 from 14:15 -15:45 in room 0.16.

IR & Politics Research Seminar Series: Prof. David Shambaugh

IR & Politics Research Seminar Series: Prof. David Shambaugh "Where Great Powers Meet: America & China in Southeast Asia" Wednesday, Nov. 20 | 2:00pm | room 0.16

Future Challenges for China's Foreign Policy

Public Lecture of Prof. David Shambaugh: Future Challenges for China's Foreign Policy Thursday, Nov. 21 - 5:00pm

How will the EEAS survive Brexit? Talk & Panel Discussion

Dr. David Spence (LSE, European Institute) will give a talk about possible consequences of Brexit followed by a panel discussion featuring Univ.-Prof. Johannes Pollak, Mag. Yvonne Toncic-Sorinj Prof. Jozef Bátora

THU Nov. 7 - 4:30pm - room 4.07

Webster Vienna students, faculty and staff, as well as members of the Viennese diplomatic and business communities, took the opportunity to engage with Dzurinda on a number of serious issues –  a highly unstable neighbourhood, the aggressiveness of Russia, unprecedented immigration, and the rise of populism, extremism and nationalism – that the EU, as a key pillar of the transatlantic community, is encountering.

Dzurinda: NATO to Become the Backbone of EU defense

Webster Vienna students, faculty and staff, as well as members of the Viennese diplomatic and business communities, took the opportunity to engage with Dzurinda on a number of serious issues – a highly unstable neighbourhood, the aggressiveness of Russia, unprecedented immigration, and the rise of populism, extremism and nationalism – that the EU, as a key pillar of the transatlantic community, is encountering.

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