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IES Senior Fellow David Whineray published an op-ed in The Hill on the US-EU relationship amid the COVID-19 crisis and upcoming November elections. Read it here.

Sponsored by the Berkeley Library and Berkeley Language Center with support from IES, "The Languages of Berkeley" is a dynamic online exhibition celebrating the diversity of languages that have advanced research, teaching and learning on campus. Learn more here.

IES Senior Fellow and former ambassador to Sweden, Azita Raji, published an article in the Texas National Security Review proposing a renewed and sustainable American foreign policy. Read it here.

In November 2019, IES affiliated faculty member Katerina Linos launched a new website that translates, codes, maps and charts over 6,000 interviews with refugees. You can access the website here

In Fall 2019, visiting scholar David Whineray published two articles for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace: one presenting five Brexit scenarios, the other on evolving US-UK-EU cooperation in the context of Brexit and Trump.

Kevin Orr

IES Senior Fellow Professor Kevin Orr has been made an Academic Fellow of the Scottish Parliament. Working with Sabina Siebert of the University of Glasgow, he will undertake an ethnographic study to explore how the design of the Scottish Parliament building has shaped working and parliamentary practices over the last twenty years, and how these might constrain and enable its evolution in light of wider political change in Scotland and the UK. Read more about the Scottish Parliament Academic Fellowship here.

In August 2019, IES Director Jeroen Dewulf visited the Netherlands and Belgium with a group of Berkeley students. You can read a report here.

Mia Fuller

In July 2019, IES affiliated faculty member Mia Fuller was a visiting professor at our partner university Viadrina in Frankfurt/Oder. To read an interview about her experience in Germany, please click here.

In May 2019, the UC Berkeley Doe Library, in cooperation with IES, celebrates the magnificent diversity of languages that advance research, teaching, and learning on the Berkeley campus. You can read more about it here.

In May 2019, IES Director Jeroen Dewulf was interviewed at the Jean Monnet Foundation in Lausanne. You can watch the interview here.


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