General

  • Visit by Rwandan High Commissioner

    14 November 2019 (Thu)

    Prof. Risa Toha hosted the High Commissioner from Rwanda, Ambassador Jean de Dieu Uwihanganye, in her Politics of Identity in Developing Countries module, on Thursday, November 14. The Ambassador discussed Rwanda’s post-conflict redevelopment and reconstruction efforts with the class.  

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  • 2nd Yale-NUS Lecture on Global Affairs: How Dem...

    9 October 2019 (Wed) , 630pm
    At Performance Hall

    Daniel Ziblatt, the Eaton Professor of the Science of Government at Harvard University, will deliver the 2nd Yale-NUS Lecture on Global Affairs, an endowed annual lecture sponsored by Professor Saw Swee Hock. He will be speaking about his award-winning book, How Democracies Die.

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  • Student Roundtable with Prof. Daniel Ziblatt

    8 October 2019 (Tue) , 12:00-1:30pm
    At Saga College Private Dining Room

    Join Harvard Professor Daniel Ziblatt for an exclusive student-led roundtable discussion on his research on “how democracies die.” Co-facilitated by Global Affairs students Jasmine Gan, Xin Ng, and Bilge Arslan. Limited to the first 15 student sign-ups. Date: 8 October Time: 12-130pm Venue: Saga College Private Dining Room

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  • Tableau GA Workshop

    18 September 2019 (Wed) , 12:30 P.M. - 2:30 P.M.
    At Computer Lab

      Mandatory for Seniors. Juniors may join too, but note that there is a class size limit. – Tableau is a great data visualising tool which allows you to transform your data into captivating charts and maps. In this introductory workshop, you will learn how to use this software to explore and display your data...

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  • Data Finding GA Workshop

    11 September 2019 (Wed) , 12:30 P.M
    At Programme Room 1

    Use this workshop as a quick refresher on the wide range of data sources, datasets, and statistics available in the College Library, online, or hidden away in print collections in libraries all over the world. Learn where to look for data on country, regional, and international statistics; on market research, or company information based on...

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  • The Ethics of International Investment Law

    7 March 2019 (Thu) , 12-1:30pm
    At Classroom 16

    The legal regime regulating cross-border investment gives key rights to foreign investors and places significant duties on states hosting that investment. It also raises distinctive moral questions due to its potential to constrain a state’s ability to manage its economy and protect its people. Yet international investment law remains virtually ...

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  • SEAREG-in-Asia Conference

    12 December 2018 (Wed)
    At LT1

    Two of the Global Affairs faculty, Prof. Risa Toha and Prof. Steven Oliver (together with Prof. Guillem Riambaut from Economics) are co-hosting the second SEAREG-in-Asia conference at Yale-NUS from December 11-13 in LT1 with the generous support of Yale-NUS, SEAREG, and the Henry Luce Foundation. Professor Steven Wilkinson from Yale University w...

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  • International Migration Documentary Series 2018

    30 October 2018 (Tue) , 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    At Tan Chin Tuan Lecture Theatre

    The International Migration Documentary Series is organized in partnership with Yale-NUS College Race, Ethnicity and Migration Group. Both screening are followed by Q&A sessions.

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  • Joshua Leong (’18) awarded the Tan Ming S...

    11 May 2018 (Fri)

    Joshua Leong (’18) is the recipient of the Tan Ming Seng Prize for his capstone project exploring the links between Chinese Studies and Global Affairs. “My capstone explores how the Chinese cultural concept of mianzi or ‘face’ influenced Chinese status seeking and China’s behaviour in bilateral relations. My inspiration was David Kan...

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  • Global Affairs Roundtables

    10 October 2019 (Thu)

    Yale-NUS students learn about Global Affairs during informal lunch discussions

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