1 New Approaches to Cold War: History and Current International Politics




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Dimension of New Global Order

Section: 28 - Global Order: Historical Perspective or Fiction?, 28-4

Chair(s)

NN

Suicide Terrorism, the New Global Strategy Paradigm in IR? (The Efficiency and Motivations of Suicide Terrorism)

Viera Kocisikova

University of Economics, Prague

Current European Security Policy and Euro-Atlantic Relations: A French View

Kateřina Čmakalová

University of Economics, Prague

International Sanctions as a Tool of Global Governance: The Case of the Czech Republic

Stepanka Zemanova

University of Economics, Prague

Jan M Rolenc

University of Economics, Prague

International Security, Multilateral Interventions and the Question of Legitimacy: The Role of US-EU Cooperation

Carla Monteleone

University of Palermo

Peak-Oil Impacts on the Global Order. New Energy and Foreign Policy Paradigm

Lenka Kovačovská

Discussant(s)

Zbynek Dubsky


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Slot: SC-187 Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 355

Transformation of Governance: Global and

Regional Levels

Section: 28 - Global Order: Historical Perspective or Fiction?, 28-5

Chair(s)

Ilja Ulrich

The New Face of the Institutions and the Role of Identity (Latin American case)

Martina Jenickova

University of Economics, Prague

The Construction of a Composite Global Order: The Interaction

Between International and Regional Orders

Caterina García Segura

Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Pablo Pareja-Alcaraz

Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Is Unipolarity Just a Moment? Power and Culture in Ancient East Asian Order

Xiangfeng Yang

University of Southern California

Russia’s and U.S. Unilateralism in the Wake of Multilateral Global Order: Theory and Practice

Yuriy Nadtochey

Moscow University

Discussant(s)

Radim Srsen

University of Econnomics Prague

Section: 29 - Strategic Narratives

Convenors:
Felix Ciută, University College London
Alister Miskimmon, University of London
Ben O'Loughlin, University of London

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Slot: TA-188 Thursday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 454

Strategic Narratives: Identity, Media and

Political Mobilisation

Section: 29 - Strategic Narratives, 29-1

Chair(s)

Felix Ciută

University College London

Contentious Politics’: Sudan’s Civil War and the Global Evangelical Imaginary

Jonathan Agensky

Cambridge University

Scandinavian Internationalism - a Sundered Narrative?

Peter J Lawler

University of Manchester

Obama’s Cairo Speech: Media Diplomacy, Non-Linear Strategic Narratives and Digital Emergence

Ben O’Loughlin

University of London

Discussant(s)

Laura Roselle

Public Policy Duke University

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Slot: TB-189 Thursday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 454

Strategic Narratives: Security and the

International Context

Section: 29 - Strategic Narratives, 29-2

Chair(s)

Ben O’Loughlin

University of London

The “European Narrative” in Light of the Practice Turn

Hannes Hansen-Magnusson

University of Hamburg

How Do We Talk about Nukes? EU, US and Iranian Strategic

Narratives in Contemporary Diplomacy

Allister Miskimmon

University of London

From a Practice of “Being” to a Practice of “Becoming” - NATO and Sources of Change

Trine Flockhart


Lily-pad Geopolitics - Romania in the Global War on Terror

Felix Ciută

University College London

Discussant(s)

NN

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Slot: TD-190 Thursday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 454

Strategic Narratives: Nation, State, and

(Story-telling) Power

Section: 29 - Strategic Narratives, 29-3

Chair(s)

Allister Miskimmon

University of London

Narratives: Translating Culture to Action

Taylan Yildiz

University of Würzburg

Conceptualising 'National Biography': Narratives of State Identity in Space and Time

Felix S Berenskoetter

SOAS, University of London

The Russian Network State as Virtual Great Power

Stefanie Ortmann

University of Sussex

Discussant(s)

Felix Ciută

University College London

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Slot: FA-191 Friday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 454

Strategic Narratives: Globalisation and Crisis

Section: 29 - Strategic Narratives, 29-4

Chair(s)

Alan Chong

Nanyang Technological University

Beyond Rationalist Explanations: Strategic Economic Discourse and the EU’s ‘Global Europe’ Trade Strategy

Gabriel Siles-Brugge

University of Sheffield

Negotiating Power through Stories: Business Representation of Giant Corporations

Adriana Nilsson

University of Manchester


(Re-)Imagining the Crises of Global Capital

Amin T Samman

University of Birmingham

Strategic Narratives and Self-fulfilling Prophesies: towards a

Political Science of Performativity

Ben Rosamond

University of Warwick

The Lens of Globalisation and New Labour’s Vision for the

Developing World

David M Webber

University of Warwick

Discussant(s)

Ben O’Loughlin

University of London

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Slot: FB-192 Friday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 454

Strategic Narratives: Strategies of Story-

telling in Times of War

Section: 29 - Strategic Narratives, 29-5

Chair(s)

Felix Ciută

University College London

Narratives of Piracy: Maritime Terrorists or Fishermen with an Eye Patch

Alexander Spencer

University of Munich

For the Record: Storytelling in Times of War

Omayma Al-khaffaf

University of Manchester

Who Is with Us?: Strategic Narratives about Partners during

Protracted War

Laura Roselle

Public Policy Duke University

Guantanamo Bay and Renditions: Information Islands amidst

Globalization

Alan Chong

Nanyang Technological University

Discussant(s)

Allister Miskimmon

University of London

Section: 30 - Politics in Hard Times: The
Human Impact of the Financial
Crisis


Convenor: Marcos Farias-Ferreira, Technical University of Lisbon

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Slot: TA-193 Thursday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 354

Crisis and State Fragility

Section: 30 - Politics in Hard Times: The Human

Impact of the Financial Crisis, 30-1

Chair(s)

Paula Duarte

Coimbra University

A Whole-Of-Government Approach to Fragility - Taking Stock of Achievements

Mónica P. Ferro

Technical University of Lisbon

From Threats to Vulnerabilities: Human Security and the

Production of Human Resilience (the Case of Haiti)

Marcos Farias-Ferreira

Technical University of Lisbon

Human Security Paradigms and Economic Crisis in the Newly

Created North Caucasus Federal District

Tiago F. Lopes

Technical University of Lisbon

Discussant(s)

Paula Duarte

Coimbra University

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Slot: TB-194 Thursday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 354

Energy and Climate Policies

Section: 30 - Politics in Hard Times: The Human

Impact of the Financial Crisis, 30-2

Chair(s)

Maria Raquel Freire

University of Coimbra

When Global Warming Meets Economic Winter: International

Climate Politics in the Repercussions of Global Financial Tsunami
Hui-Yin Sung

Free University Berlin


The Financial Crisis and the Reconfiguration of the International Energetic Scenario

César G Arias

Alejandra de la Torre Gonzalez

Universidad de Guadalajara

Ana C Martínez

Rosibel G Ortega

Fighting Energy Poverty: what went wrong?

Pedro Fonseca

Technical University of Lisbon

Discussant(s)

Maria Raquel Freire

University of Coimbra

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Slot: TD-195 Thursday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 354

Crisis and Multi-Level Governance

Section: 30 - Politics in Hard Times: The Human

Impact of the Financial Crisis, 30-3

Chair(s)

Marcos Farias-Ferreira

Technical University of Lisbon

Looking for Alternatives in Global Governance: why Multi-level Health Governance is not the Answer

Sophie Harman

City University

Mind the Gap: Military, Energy and Climate Security or the

Construction of Risk in International Political Thought

Pedro Fonseca

Technical University of Lisbon

Multilevel Governance - Working towards a New World

Governance Perspective

Mónica P. Ferro

Technical University of Lisbon

Discussant(s)

Marcos Farias-Ferreira

Technical University of Lisbon

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Slot: FA-196 Friday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 354

Crisis, Human Rights and Development

Section: 30 - Politics in Hard Times: The Human

Impact of the Financial Crisis, 30-4

Human Rights Obligations of Multinational Corporations in Weak States

Nicole Janz

University of Cambridge

The Securitization of Development and Human (In)securities

Maria Raquel Freire

University of Coimbra

Paula Duarte Lopes

University of Coimbra

The Financial Crisis Impact on Human Development

Gerson Sousa

ISS

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Slot: FB-197 Friday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 354

Challeging Global Structures of Violence

Section: 30 - Politics in Hard Times: The Human

Impact of the Financial Crisis, 30-5

Chair(s)

Alejandra de la Torre Gonzalez

Universidad de Guadalajara

Economic Crises and Political Ideology: The Dynamics of Paradigm Shift

Michael H. Allen

Bryn Mawr College

Human Security, Gender & the Culture of Violence: a Uruguayan Case

Virginia Delisante

Technical University of Lisbon / Universidad ORT Uruguay

Alejandra Tagliani

Universidad ORT Uruguay

Ecology for Human Growth in Medieval and Modern Ages.

Insights from Biopolitics.

Hugo Cardoso

Oporto University

Susana Garcia

High Institute of Social and Political Sciences


Discussant(s)

Alejandra de la Torre Gonzalez

Universidad de Guadalajara

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Slot: FC-198 Friday 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 354

Financialisation and Corporate Responsibility
Section: 30 - Politics in Hard Times: The Human

Impact of the Financial Crisis, 30-6

Chair(s)

Pedro Fonseca

Technical University of Lisbon

Embedded Financial Developement? The Financial System

Change in the US, Britain and France

Ismail Emre Bayram

European University Institute

Corporate Contributions to Global Governance through CSR: the UN Global Compact and the Global Reporting Initiative

Laura Albareda

Boston College

Josep Ibáñez

Pompeu Fabra University

Discussant(s)

Pedro Fonseca

Technical University of Lisbon

Section: 31 - The European Sub-prime:
The Financial Crisis in Eastern
Europe


Convenor: Jan Drahokoupil, University of Mannheim

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Slot: FC-199 Friday 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 454

Eastern Europe: more Shock Therapy?

Section: 31 - The European Sub-prime: The Financial

Crisis in Eastern Europe, 31-1

Chair(s)

Daniela V Gabor

University of the West of England

International Integration and Resilience to Crisis in Transition

Economies

Martin Myant

University of the West of Scotland

Jan Drahokoupil

University of Mannheim

Wither Capitalist Diversity? East-Central Europe in Crisis

Dorothee Bohle

Central European University of Budapest

Bela Greskovits

Central European University

Banking on the State: The Politics of Crisis and Embedded

Neoliberalism in Eastern Europe

Nicole R Lindstrom

University of York

Discussant(s)

NN

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Slot: FD-202 Friday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 454

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