Olympia Summer Academy
A Special Summer Course
Global Discord and Cooperation
July 13 – 16, 2022
Application deadline: May 27, 2022
Dates & Venue
The Olympia Summer Course will take place from July 13 to 16, 2022 in the Institute of International Relations, 3-5 Hill Street Athens, 10558, Greece
Full scholarships covering all tuition costs are available and students in need are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Priority will be given to early applicants. Scholarships will be distributed on a merit basis.
The world appears mired in discord. Disagreements seem to be proliferating among major and smaller powers alike, within alliances and across the Global North and Global South. Backlash against globalization has many observers worried that processes of de-globalization and fragmentation will undermine foundational elements of global governance. And that the world will be prevented from successfully meeting the big challenges of the 21st century. But not everyone shares this outlook. Other observers point to heightened levels and sophistication of international cooperation. They add that international cooperation has always been hard, that populists often are displaced, and that global structures have overcome existential threats in the past. This interdisciplinary course examines rival perspectives that inform debates about the state of global governance. With examples from the earliest periods of global governance to the present age, the course features studies of discord and cooperation in the global political, economic, and security areas.
- Kristin Fabbe, Jakurski Family Associate Professor, Harvard Business School
- Orfeo Fioretos, Associate Professor of Political Science, Temple University, Philadelphia
- Dimitris Keridis, Professor of International Politics, Panteion University; Director, Olympia Summer Academy
- Wolfango Piccoli, Co-president and Director of Research, Teneo Intelligence
- Evangelos Venizelos, Professor of Constitutional Law at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki; former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs
Deadlines & Fees:
- Application deadline: May 27, 2022, decisions will be mailed out by June 10, 2022
- Venue: Institute of International Relations, 3-5 Hill Street Athens, 10558, Greece
- Participation Fees (including tuition, reading material, counseling and extra-curricular activities): 200€
- Registration Fee (non-refundable, paid upon admission to secure a place): 50€
- Full scholarship opportunities available
More Info & How to Apply:
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