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The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies is an institution of research and higher education located in Geneva. The Institute is dedicated to the study of world affairs, with a particular emphasis on the crosscutting fields of international relations and development issues. Since 1927, its mission has been to promote international cooperation by fostering innovative thinking on today’s global challenges. The Institute supports book series and scientific journals in partnership with international publishers. This platform hosts interdisciplinary series that are characteristic of the Institute’s research work, such as International, the Institute’s eBooks and ePapersCahiers genre et développement (forthcoming) and  Genre et développement. Rencontres (forthcoming), as well as the archives of Cahiers de l’IUED.

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Feminization and Stigmatization of Infertility in Malawi

Boetumelo Julianne Nyasulu

The World Health Organization defines infertility as the inability to conceive after 12 months of regular and unprotected sex (WHO, 1975). Despite research that has shown that 50 per cent of infertility cases can be attributed to the male partner, in many societies the blame is cast on the wom...

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droit international

The Drama of Humanitarian Intervention

Unreliable Narration in an Age of (Ab)use of Human Rights

Natalie Joy Marrer

Exporting Legality

The Rise and Fall of Extraterritorial Jurisdiction in the Ottoman Empire and China

Mariya Tait Slys

Le développement du droit international : réflexions d’un demi-siècle. Volume I

Théorie générale du droit international

Georges Abi-Saab
Marcelo G. Kohen and Magnus Jesko Langer (ed.)
Science politique

Too Complex or Too Ambitious?

Exploring Hurdles in the Enforcement of EU Free Trade Agreements

Leopoldo Biffi

From Communism to Anti-Communism

Photographs from the Boris Souvarine Collection at the Graduate Institute, Geneva

Andre Liebich and Svetlana Yakimovich (ed.)

The Negotiations of a Tax Agreement between Switzerland and Germany

Double Trouble in Double-Level Diplomacy

Misha Nagelmackers-Voinov

The Darfur Refugees’ Plight

Repatriation Challenges for Post-Doha Sudan

Anna Praz

Is there a future for Carbon Capture and Storage in Poland ?

A Socio-political Analysis

Michal Drabik
Etudes du développement

Indonésie : l'envol mouvementé du Garuda

Développement, dictature et démocratie

Jean-Luc Maurer

Effervescences féministes

Réorganiser la reproduction sociale, démocratiser l’économie solidaire, repenser la valeur

Christine Verschuur, Isabelle Guérin and Isabelle Hillenkamp

Savoirs féministes au Sud

Expertes en genre et tournant décolonial

Christine Verschuur (ed.)

Genre et économie solidaire, des croisements nécessaires

Christine Verschuur, Isabelle Guérin and Isabelle Hillenkamp (ed.)

Une économie solidaire peut-elle être féministe ?

Homo œconomicus, mulier solidaria

Christine Verschuur, Isabelle Guérin and Isabelle Hillenkamp (ed.)

Genre et religion : des rapports épineux

Illustration à partir des débats sur l’avortement

Ana Amuchástegui, Edith Flores, Evelyn Aldaz et al.
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