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




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Continental Philosophy

Section: 3 - The Politics of World Community:

Beyond the International in Theory and Practice, 3-3

Chair(s)

Jens Bartelson

Lund University

Beyond Cosmopolitanism and Globalisation: Inhabiting the Global Space

Susanna Lindberg

University of Helsinki

Becoming Whosoever: Re-examining Pauline Universalism

Mika Ojakangas

University of Helsinki

What is the 'World' in World Politics?

Sergei Prozorov

University of Helsinki

Community/Humanity

R.B.J. Walker

University of Victoria

Discussant(s)

Sofia Anna Näsström

Stockholm University

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Slot: FA-14 Friday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 252

People(s), Nations and the World Community
Section: 3 - The Politics of World Community:

Beyond the International in Theory and Practice, 3-4

Chair(s)

Susanna Lindberg

University of Helsinki

From Law-making to People-making

Sofia Anna Näsström

Stockholm University

World Community and the Challenge of National Identity

Franziska Martinsen

University of Hannover

Persistent Nationalisms: From Imagined Communities to Urban Assemblages

Angharad Closs Stephens

Durham University

Building a World Community? Universalism and Particularism in the United Nations’ Alliance of Civilisations

Niels Lachmann

Université de Montréal

Discussant(s)

Susanna Lindberg

University of Helsinki

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Slot: FB-18 Friday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 252

Beyond the International: A roundtable

discussion on R. B. J. Walker's After the

Globe/Before the World

Section: 3 - The Politics of World Community:

Beyond the International in Theory and Practice, 3-7


Roundtable Discussants

Nick Vaughan-Williams

Exeter University

Sergei Prozorov

University of Helsinki

Tom Lundborg

Swedish Institute of International Affairs

Costas Constantinou

University of Nicosia

Angharad Closs Stephens

Durham University

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Slot: FC-16 Friday 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 252

World Community, Cosmopolitanism and

Global Democracy

Section: 3 - The Politics of World Community:

Beyond the International in Theory and Practice, 3-6

Chair(s)

Sergei Prozorov

University of Helsinki

Legitimate Founding of Political Community: A Promise of Global

Democracy

Hans Agné

Stockholm University

Domestic Sovereignty and its Organization – Governance and

Sovereign Powers as a Respond to Open Boundaries

Oscar Larsson

Stockholm University

Rethinking World Community ans Cosmopolitism in IR.

Theorethical approaches and political proposals.

Caterina García Segura

Universitat Pompeu Fabra

EU Foreign Policy and the Challenge of Public Diplomacy

Mai'a K Cross

University of Southern California

Discussant(s)

Andreas Behnke

University of Reading

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

Room: 252

World Community and World Order

Section: 3 - The Politics of World Community:

Beyond the International in Theory and Practice, 3-5

Chair(s)

Evgeny Roshchin

University of Jyväskylä

Should States Have a Legal Right to Reputation? Applying the

Rationales of Defamation Law to the International Arena

Elad Peled

University of Haifa

Transnational Business Actors - The Kingmakers of International Regimes?

Andreas N Uhre

Stockholm University

Beyond the International? Its the Same but Different: R2P, Human Rights and Sovereignty in a Post-Liberal World

David Chandler

University of Westminster

The New Nomos of the Earth - Towards a Critical Geo-politics of Global Terror and Counter-Terror

Andreas Behnke

University of Reading

Discussant(s)

Evgeny Roshchin

University of Jyväskylä

Section: 4 - Credit and crisis

Convenors:

Nina Boy, University of Oslo/ Lancaster University

Oliver Kessler, University of Bielefeld

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Slot: TA-19 Thursday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 254

Public Debt – the Credit of the State

Section: 4 - Credit and crisis, 4-1

Chair(s)

J.Peter Burgess

University of Oslo

Personal Bankruptcy, Social Crisis and Political Breakdown: “Never has One Heard of Such a Monstrous Creation”

Pierre-Charles M. Pradier

Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne

Katia Béguin

Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne

Credit Crisis of the state – A Crisis of Credit. What Role Does the Media Play?

Sonja Juko

University of Frankfurt/Main

The Credit of the State

Nina Boy

University of Oslo/ Lancaster University

Discussant(s)

Nigel B Dodd

London School of Economics

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Slot: TB-20 Thursday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 254

Epistemic Security – the Credit of Facts

Section: 4 - Credit and crisis, 4-2

Chair(s)

Nina Boy

University of Oslo/ Lancaster University

The Making of the Good British Home-owner: Towards a Holistic Understanding of the Crisis.

Ben Jacoby

The University of Warwick

Enacting the Efficient Frontier. How interpretative Devices Freame the Choice of a Portfolio Manager.

Pierre de Larminat

Université de Reims-Champagne-Ardenne


Private Interests and Fair Value Accounting

Daniel K Mügge

University of Amsterdam

Bart Stellinga

University of Amsterdam

Constructing Governability: Developments in Economic Theory and the Practice of Inflation Targeting

Benjamin Braun

University of Munich

Discussant(s)

Ute Tellmann

University of Hamburg

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Slot: TD-21 Thursday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 254

Roundtable on Credit and Crisis: Is this a

Crisis of Credit?

Section: 4 - Credit and crisis, 4-3

Chair(s)

Marieke de Goede

University of Amsterdam

Roundtable Discussants

Nigel B Dodd

London School of Economics

Rodney Bruce Hall

University of Oxford

Andreas Langenohl

University of Konstanz

Daniel K Mügge

University of Amsterdam

Section: 5 - Spaces of Global Capital:
Territoriality, Markets and
Democratic Politics



Convenor: Alejandro Colás, Birkbeck College, University of London

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Slot: FC-22 Friday 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 255

Theorising Space in Global Capitalism

Section: 5 - Spaces of Global Capital: Territoriality,

Markets and Democratic Politics, 5-1

Chair(s)

Alejandro Colás

Birkbeck College, University of London

The Three Fields of Global Political Economy

Heikki Patomäki

RMIT University / University of Helsinki

Global Spaces of Debt and Dispossession: The Politics and

Paradoxes of Ecology and Economics

Susanne Soederberg

Queen's University, Ontario

Abstraction, Embedding and the Workings of Global Capitalism: Rethinking Space, Place and Uneven Development

Marcus Taylor

Queen’s University

Discussant(s)

Gonzalo Pozo-Martin

SEESS London

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Slot: FD-24 Friday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 255

Financial Capital and Territory: Sovereign

Funds, Offshore Markets and State

Regulation

Section: 5 - Spaces of Global Capital: Territoriality,

Markets and Democratic Politics, 5-3

Chair(s)

Marcus Taylor

Queen’s University

China’s Sovereign Wealth Funds: Problem or Panacea?

Qingxiu Bu

Queen's University Belfast


Tax Havens - Politics, Market and Democracy

Ana Raposo Ferreira

Technical University of Lisbon

João Paulo Madeira

Technical University of Lisbon

The Hedge Funds-US-UK-Offshore Nexus and the Rise of

Sovereign Wealth Funds

Jan Fichtner

University of Frankfurt/Main

Discussant(s)

Nicola Short

York University

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Slot: SA-23 Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 255

Geopolitics Past and Present

Section: 5 - Spaces of Global Capital: Territoriality,

Markets and Democratic Politics, 5-2

Chair(s)

Richard Saull

Queen Mary, London

Dancing Spatialities around a Geopolitical Continuity: The Silk Road
Igor Filibi

University of the Basque Country

Fatal Attraction: IR and Carl Schmitt's Geopolitics

Benno Teschke

University of Sussex

On Thin Ice: The Contemporary Reconstruction of the Arctic as a Geopolitical Space

Gonzalo Pozo-Martin

SEESS London

The Disintegration of American Primacy and the New 'Garrison-Prison State' of Affairs in Eurasia

Vassilis Fouskas

University of Piraeus

Discussant(s)

Jamie Allinson

University of Edinburgh

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Slot: SB-25 Saturday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 255

Roundtable Discussion on Kees van der

Pijl’s ‘Modes of Foreign Relations’

Section: 5 - Spaces of Global Capital: Territoriality,

Markets and Democratic Politics, 5-5

Roundtable Discussants

Mauro di Meglio

University of Naples ‘L'Orientale’

Heide Gerstenberger

University of Bremen

Klaus-Gerd Giesen

Université d’Auvergne

Kees van der Pijl

University of Sussex

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Slot: SC-26 Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 255

Democracy Against Global Capitalism

Section: 5 - Spaces of Global Capital: Territoriality,

Markets and Democratic Politics, 5-4

Chair(s)

Alejandro Colás

Birkbeck College, University of London

Development Within or Against Capitalism: A Critical Appraisal of Amartya Sen's Development as Freedom

Benjamin Selwyn

University of Sussex

The Global Economy Against Democracy

Manuel Couret Branco

University of Évora

The Clash of Spatializations: Capital and Resistance in Southern Mexico

Chris Hesketh

University of Nottingham

Discussant(s)

Alejandro Colás

Birkbeck College, University of London

Section: 6 - English School

Convenor: Barry Buzan, London School of Economics

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Slot: TA-27 Thursday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 253

Primary Institutions in International Society

Section: 6 - English School, 6-1

Chair(s)

George Lawson

London School of Economics

European Energy Security and Integration Process

Dicle Korkmaz

University of Tampere

World Society and the 'Scramble for Africa'

John Pella

University of Bristol

Managing Great Powers in the Post Cold War World: Old Game, New Rules?

Jorge Lasmar

London School of Economics

The Rise of the Welfare State in International Society

Laust Schouenborg

London School of Economics

Discussant(s)

Tim Dunne

University of Exeter

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Slot: TB-28 Thursday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 253

Differentiation and the Emergence of the

International

Section: 6 - English School, 6-2

Chair(s)

Mathias Albert

University of Bielefeld


Roundtable Discussants

George Lawson

London School of Economics

Richard Little

University of Bristol

Barry Buzan

London School of Economics

Michael Zürn

Social Science Research Center, Berlin

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Slot: TD-29 Thursday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 253

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