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Warburg Panel Discussion on South Sudan

February 11, 2014

On February 11th, Warburg Professor William Bellamy moderated a lively panel discussion focused on the descent into chaos of the world's newest country.

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A Memory of Nelson Mandela

December 9, 2013

Mark Bellamy, Warburg Professor of International Relations, shares his recollections of Nelson Mandela.

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Amb. Robin Raphel Delivers Fall '13 Warburg Lecture

November 19, 2013

Simmons College Warburg Chair of International Relations, William M. Bellamy, hosted Ambassador Robin L. Raphel, currently Senior Advisor to the Special Representative for Afghanistan-Pakistan, in a well-attended Warburg Lecture on U.S. relations in the Afghanistan-Pakistan region.

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Celebrating 30 Years: The Warburg Chair in International Relations

October 28, 2013

Celebrating 30 Years: The Warburg Chair in International Relations

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Warburg Panel Discussion on Mali - Summary Report

April 16, 2013

Simmons Warburg Professor William M. Bellamy, Colonel Birame Diop, director of the Africa Institute for Security Sector Transformation, and Kate Almquist Knopf, visiting fellow at the Center for Global Development were panelists on April 16, in a well-attended Warburg Program discussion of Mali's grave condition and its impact on the region.

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Welcome Ambassador Bellamy and Professor Cole!

September 4, 2012

On behalf of the Political Science & International Relations Department join us in welcoming Mark Bellamy and Benjamin Cole.

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