The Bill Graham Centre for Contemporary International History is a collaborative program between Trinity College and the Munk School of Global Affairs. Currently located in offices at Trinity College, the program involves graduates and undergraduates, particularly those with interests in the fields of international relations, international history, and international law. With a focus on contemporary international history, the Centre contributes to both teaching and research at the University of Toronto and involves undergraduates in the International Relations program through special lectures, visiting professors, workshops and conferences.
China: For years a flashpoint between Beijing and its southern neighbours, the South China Sea now seems to be a 'core...Read more
Brazil: When José Graziano da Silva becomes the Director General of the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) in January,...Read more
South Sudan: On July 9th the Republic of South Sudan became Africa’s 54th state. There were church bells ringing in the capital...Read more
Washington, DC: Christine Lagarde has taken the top helm at the International Monetary Fund at one of the worst times in its...Read more
France: Can the G20 "change the course of capitalism" to solve the global food crisis?Read more
Middle East: After the initial euphoria of the Egyptian and Tunisian revolutions, the “Arab spring” has morphed into something nearly unrecognizable: Instead...Read more