STAIR meets with leading policy makers and authors of the day to discuss their work. Read through some of our old interviews for refreshing perspectives from leading minds.
In this interview, Redrawing Boundaries of International Law theme issue editors Yuan Yi Zhu and Tuuli-Anna Huikuri had the chance to present a set of topical questions to Ms Ruma Mandal, the Head of International Law Programme at Chatham House.
n this interview, theme section editors Yuan Yi Zhu and Tuuli-Anna Huikuri sat down with Professor Philippe Sands, QC to discuss the current state of the 1945 settlement, the role of rising powers in the international legal order, and the place of theory in the study of international law.
STAIR Editors sit down with Kevin Rudd, former Prime Minister of Australia, to interview him about post-truth politics, and his tenure in government.
STAIR sat down with the current Director of the London School of Economics (LSE), Dame Minouche Shafik. Their conversation focuses on the role of experts in a world increasingly structured by a lack of trust.
STAIR sat down with Dr. Richard Haass, President of the Council on Foreign Relations, to discuss his personal experiences as a US negotiator and mediator, his thoughts on ongoing negotiations and crises, and how he believes academia should teach the art of negotiation to the next generation of policymakers.