Sr. Gaudiose Sagitwe
Maria Antonietta Ciclista
Jean Jacques Ndongo
Simona Crociani Baglioni
Aydin M. Cenap
Sunday, October 15, 2017
Friday, October 13, 2017
Thursday, October 12, 2017
Prof. Giuseppe Casale, Professor of Contemporary Political Thought (Scienza politica, Storia dei partiti politici, and Storia pensiero politico contemporaneo) of the Faculty of Social Sciences was interviewed, among others, by Catholic News Service's Cindy Wooden on the nobility of the political vocation. Click here for the full article.
Sunday, October 1, 2017
Da Lunedì 9 a Venerdì 20 ottobre si terranno le elezioni dei rappresentanti dei Professori per il Senato e i Consigli di Facoltà.
Martedì 17 ottobre si terranno le elezioni studentesche dalle ore 9.30- a 11.15. Le lezioni sono sospese solo dalle 9.30 – 11.15.
On Tuesday, October 17 Student Elections will take place from 9.30-11.15. Lectures will be suspended only from 9.30 – 11.15.
Sunday, September 24, 2017
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Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Call for papers for international workshop
on in Antwerp (Belgium)
deadline for submission:
On UCSIA organizes an international academic workshop on at the University of Antwerp, Belgium.
UCSIA is organising a series of three workshops to examine the problem of peace in light of contemporary global political and cultural conditions. What meaning does peace have today and what practices and institutions are taken to embody it? Does global public opinion value peace or does it favor the comfort of security?
A first workshop will analyze the vitality and viability of the current state of pacifism. This second workshop will focus on the future of the role of nuclear weapons in world politics. Nuclear weapons are often perceived as stabilizing instruments in international politics, especially in the nine possessor states as well as their non-nuclear allies. The most important criticism vis-à-vis nuclear weapons is probably that the use of nuclear weapons would be contrary to the major principles of international humanitarian law (discrimination, proportionality, … ). Because of their destructive capacity, their use is generally (except by the nuclear-armed states) regarded as illegitimate. Due to the so-called Humanitarian Initiative of 123 states and many NGO's, UN multilateral negotiations have been started up and concluded in 2017 to ban nuclear weapons. The nuclear-armed states and their allies, however, are still not convinced of the usefulness of a Ban Treaty despite their disarmament obligations under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. They refer to the humanitarian and security aspects related to nuclear weapons. The advocates of the Humanitarian Initiative and the Ban Treaty respond that nuclear weapons provide more insecurity than security. The effects of the use of nuclear weapons - let alone a nuclear war - will likely be felt beyond the borders of a single state.
Confirmed guest lecturers:
Researchers, doctoral students, and other experts are welcome to submit their application until www.ucsia.org.. Full details on
More information: www.ucsia.org