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Barcelona Summer School in Global Politics, Development and Security

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Monday 
22

Tuesday 
23

Wednesday 
24

Thursday 
25

Friday 
26

11.00 am - 2.00 pm

 

 

What are the new challenges and opportunities for the relations of the EU and its Southern Neighborhood? (6h course), Fathallah Sijilmassi

 

  

  

Geopolitics of the MENA Region in a Post-Western World (6h course), Eduard Soler

Authoritarian Regionalism in the Modern World Politics (6h course), Anastassia Obydenkova

  Climate Change (6h course), Michele de Nevers (in collaboration with AMB)

 

3.00 pm - 6.00 pm      

Islam and politics in MENA: ideology, activism and change (6h course), Lurdes Vidal

      The New Urban Agenda: The challenges of cities (6h course), Joan Clos

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Monday

29

Tuesday 
30

Wednesday 
1

Thursday 
2

Friday 
3

9.00 - 11.00 am

 

Emerging Technologies and the Future of Conflict (6h course), Arthur Holland

   

Democracy and Development in India (10h course), Prerna Singh (in collaboration with Global India)

11.30 am - 1.30 pm

 

Populism, Secession and Geopolitics: The UK case, from Brexit to break-up? (6h course), Martin Shaw

   

Politics of the Illicit Global Economy (10h course), Peter Andreas

Political violence and nonviolent resistance (10h course), Laia Balcells

 
3.00 pm - 5.00 pm Democracy and Inequality in the Age of Polarization (6h course), Pablo Beramendi    

Nationalism and the far right (10h course), Umut Özkirimli

5.15 pm - 7.15 pm Foreign Policy: theory and practice; some relevant case studies in the beginning of the XXI st Century (10h course), Pere Vilanova