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Lecture by A. Lieven: «Climate Change and Nation State: What is Nationalism in a New Era»

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On October 26 at 16:00, Professor Anatol Lieven will deliver a lecture «Climate Change and Nation State: What is Nationalism in a New Era » within the framework of the research seminar of the Laboratory for Climate Change Economics of the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs of the Higher School of Economics.

The professor's speech will be based on his latest book "Climate Change and the Nation State".

After the lecture a discussion with the head of the laboratory I.A. Makarov would be held.

Anatole Lieven is a British political scientist, writer, journalist, historian. Professor at the University of Cambridge. Anatole is also a senior fellow at the New America think tank in Washington. Currently, the main topic of his research is the development and nature of nationalism in the modern world, this issue, together with the issue of climate change, is observed in his latest book "Climate Change and the Nation State". His next book will be devoted to the issue of immigration to Europe. His most recent books include “Pakistan: A Hard Country” (2011), “Anatomy of American Nationalism” (2015) and “Ethical Realism: A Vision for America’s Role in the World” (with John Hulsman, 2007). He also often publishes articles in the media related to the issues of contemporary international politics. He worked as a journalist for British media in South Asia and the former USSR (1985–1998), in Washington think tanks (2000–2007), and as a professor at the Department of War Studies at King's College London (2007–2014).

Date and time: October 26, 16:00

Language: English

Location: Malaya Ordynka 17, aud. 106, Zoom

Format: mixed

Registration for offline participation: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfdcRB0zJTR-ONzG4YUn1S6mxu_BwtEm8otkOwBTsI0Eqxrdg/viewform?usp=sf_link

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We remind you that there is a mask regime and a limit on the number of participants in events on the territory of the HSE University - 50 people. Therefore, the first 50 registered participants will be able to participate in the offline part of the lecture. Also, for all others, an online translation of the lecture will be organized.

Please register for the online part of the lecture to receive a link to Zoom.