Professor Milanović led this insightful discussion on income inequality between and within nations, tracing the history of income inequality throughout the world from the industrial revolution to today.
Reflecting on the influence of powerful global players in the Western Balkans, Jeremić pointed out that Brussels has abdicated its geopolitical role in the region, thus opening new space for other actors. He underlined that the influence of the Russian Federation and Turkey has been present for centuries, and that China is the only new variable in the equation.
The President of the Center for International Relations and Sustainable Development (CIRSD), Vuk Jeremić attended one of the biggest regional meetings of University Presidents from Asia, Europe and the Middle East, devoted to the University Sector’s support to the UN Decade of Action.
Applications for the CIRSD FUTURE LEADERS PROGRAM are finally open!
We had a fascinating conversation on the topic of the future of blockchain, with CZ, Changpeng Zhao, the Founder and CEO of Binance, the leading blockchain ecosystem and the largest cryptocurrency exchange on the planet.
The Center for International Relations and Sustainable Development (CIRSD) is delighted to announce a partnership with the Association of Young International Criminal Lawyers (YICL).
Global Town Hall 2021 (GTH2021) is a full day discussion of current affairs, where the world’s top political, business and intellectual leaders connect with global citizens.
The Center for International Relations and Sustainable Development (CIRSD) celebrated the launch of the latest issue of its flagship magazine Horizons by organizing an online discussion with the world-renowned historian Niall Ferguson.
With the aim of providing insight into the international legal system and promoting better understanding of how international law comes to shape and affect global events, CIRSD is proud to launch our new Program on International Law.
Horizons Discussion with Niall Ferguson