Archive | March, 2014

A Curriculum Which Matters

27 Mar

By Nikhil Mahen How many of us today are historians? How many of us use calculus in our every day work? Why do we study dead people, or things which don’t appear to affect our daily lives – like physics? Who cares how far the ball can roll or how much x and y are […]

Summer School at Sciences Po

19 Mar

Sciences Po French and Social Science Summer School 2014 July 4 to August 1 – Paris, France This summer: Discover Sciences Po, France’s leading university for the social sciences Study French language and culture in an intensive month-long course Explore life at the heart of the French capital Download the 2014 Sciences Po Summer School brochure. […]

Brookings India Column: Changing Dynamics of International Relations

4 Mar

Courtesy of Brookings India Key Insights: Global leadership is severely lacking, even though the world is no longer unipolar and there are a number of emerging powers Regions that lack integration and non-state actors continue to undermine global security and stability Environment challenges need to become a priority in international relations, and must be approached […]