Research Colloquium So4 - Michael Doyle (Columbia University): "Cold Peace: Avoiding the New Cold War"
Michael Doyle is university professor at the University of Columbia (NYC), specializing
in international relations theory, international security, and international organizations.
Doyle previously served as assistant secretary-general and special adviser to United
Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan from 2001 to 2003. Doyle has been a member
of the Council on Foreign Relations since 1992 and is the former chair of the
Academic Council of the United Nations System. He has also been a vice president,
senior fellow and a member (and chair) of the Board of Directors of the International
Peace Institute between 1992 and 2018. He served as chair of the board of
the UN Democracy Fund (UNDEF) from 2006–2013. In 2015, Doyle helped develop
the Model International Mobility Convention which represents a shared framework
among over 40 academics.
This open lecture is part of the combined research colloquium of the Political
Science & Sociology Departments of the JFK-I.
Zeit & Ort
25.05.2023 | 17:00