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




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Politics after the Financial Crisis

Section: 41 - Regional Powers in Latin America,

Africa and Asia: Winners or Losers of the Financial

Crisis?, 41-5

Chair(s)

Sandra Destradi

German Institute of Global and Area Studies

Indian Foregin Policy and Panchsheel-Multilateralism : The Impact of NORM LOCALIZATION AND NormSublimation on South Asian Regional Multilaterlism

Arndt C.-A. Michael

University of Freiburg

India and the Financial Crisis

Joachim Betz

German Institute of Global and Area Studies

India and the South Asian RSC in the Wake of the Financial Crisis

Robert O. Stewart-Ingersoll

American University of Sharjah

Derrick V. Frazier

University of Illinois

Hegemonic Change? India and China in South Asia

Christian Wagner

German Institute for International and Security Affairs

Discussant(s)

Christian Wagner

German Institute for International and Security Affairs

Sandra Destradi

German Institute of Global and Area Studies

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Slot: SC-265 Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 459

(New) Regional Powers”: Conceptual

Challenges and Methodological

Shortcomings

Section: 41 - Regional Powers in Latin America,

Africa and Asia: Winners or Losers of the Financial

Crisis?, 41-6

Chair(s)

Dirk Nabers

German Institute of Global and Area Studies


State Order and Regional Powers in Africa: Towards a Systematic Research Agenda

Sebastian Elischer

German Institute for Global and Area Studies

Hegemony, Domination, Detachment: Differences in Regional

Powerhood

Miriam Prys

GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

Using Network Analysis to Elucidate Regional Leadership

Positions. The Case of Brazil

Julia Dinkel

Univerisity of Bamberg

Simon Fink

University of Bamberg

Power and Leadership in Regional (Maritime) Security Governance
Torsten Geise

German Institute of Global and Area Studies

The Choices of Secondary Regional Powers

Leslie E. Wehner

German Institute of Global and Area Studies

Discussant(s)

Dirk Nabers

German Institute of Global and Area Studies

Section: 43 - Global Citizenship and

Cosmopolitanism


Convenor: Catherine Götze, University of Nottingham

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Slot: FB-266 Friday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 458

International Organisations and

Cosmopolitanism

Section: 43 - Global Citizenship and

Cosmopolitanism, 43-1

Chair(s)

Berit Bliesemann de Guevara

University of Hamburg

Europe’s Others: Cosmopolitan Europeans or Partisans of Fortress Europe?

Andrea Schlenker

University of Lucerne

Concretizing ‘Transnational Meeting Citizenship’ through Youth Participation

Sofia Laine

Cubicle Land - On the Sociology of International Organizations

Klaus Schlichte

University of Magdeburg

Discussant(s)

Catherine Goetze

University of Nottingham

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Slot: FD-268 Friday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 458

The Political Theory of Cosmopolitanism

Section: 43 - Global Citizenship and

Cosmopolitanism, 43-2

Chair(s)

Matthias Ecker-Ehrhardt

Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB)

Why Cosmopolitans Should (not) Embrace World Federalism

Johan Karlsson Schaffer

University of Oslo

Between Global Justice and Nationalism

Theresa Scavenius

Copenhagen University


From National to Cosmopolitan: The Blueprint of Space in

Citizenship Debates.

Marisa Borges

University of Coimbra

Postcolonial Cosmopolitanism: Making Place for Nationalism

Rahul Rao

School of Oriental & African Studies, London

Discussant(s)

Jan Aart Scholte

University of Warwick

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Slot: SB-270 Saturday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 458

Bordercrossing and Global Citizenship

Section: 43 - Global Citizenship and

Cosmopolitanism, 43-3

Chair(s)

Catherine Goetze

University of Nottingham

Cross-Border Movements in Europe and the Americas since 9/11

Heike Brabandt

University of Bremen

Ethnic Cosmopolitans in China's Border Region

Elena Barabantseva

University of Manchester

Free Movement as Citizenship Practice: The ECJ’s Litigation on

Free Movement and the Emergence of European Citizenship

Kerstin Blome

University of Bremen

Dawid G. Friedrich

Leuphana University Lüneburg

Patrizia Nanz

University of Bremen

Does Cosmopolitanism Benefit from Citizenship?

Susanne Tönsmann

University of Göttingen

Discussant(s)

Berit Bliesemann de Guevara

University of Hamburg

Section: 44 - ISA

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Slot: TD-272 Thursday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 462

Intelligence and Ethics: The War on Terror

and beyond (Sponsored by the

International Studies Association)

Section: 44 - ISA, 44-ISA-1

Chair(s)

Annika Bergman Rosamond

Danish Institute for International Studies

From Northern Ireland to Iraq: British Military Intelligence

Operations, Ethics and Human Rights

Jon Moran

University of Wolverhampton

Intelligence, Ethics and Just War: The Case of the Predator

Mark Phythian

University of Leicester

Intelligence and the Global War On Terror: Caught in the Web of Politics

Gregory Simons

Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies

Discussant(s)

Annika Bergman Rosamond

Danish Institute for International Studies

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Slot: FA-273 Friday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 462

Conflict in International Politics (Sponsored by the International Studies Association)

Section: 44 - ISA, 44-ISA-2

Chair(s)

William R Thompson

Indiana University

Peacekeeping, Multilateral Security, and Structural Change

Fulvio Attinà

University of Catania

Status, Systemic Uncertainty and Rise and Fall Dynamics

William R Thompson

Indiana University

The Search for Status in All the Right Places

Thomas J Volgy

University of Arizona


Discussant(s)

Resat Bayer

Koc University

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Slot: FC-275 Friday 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 462

Military Alliances in a new Political Century

(Sponsored by the International Studies

Association)

Section: 44 - ISA, 44-ISA-3

Chair(s)

Frederic Charillon

Frédérik Ramel

Institut de recherche stratégique de l'Ecole militaire

NATO's Crisis Management in Afghanistan and Its Consequences on the Future of the Military Alliance

Cecile Wendling

Institut de recherche stratégique de l'Ecole militaire

The Problematic of Crisis Management by Alliances

Jean-Paul Perruche

Institut de recherche stratégique de l'Ecole militaire

Alliance of Alliances

Jean-Christophe Romer

Institut d'études politiques de Strasbourg

The End of the Military Alliances? Evolution and Prospects of

Military Alliances in the 21st Century

Sophie Dagand

Institut de recherche stratégique de l'Ecole militaire

Discussant(s)

Jean-Jacques Roche

University Pantheon-Assas (Paris 2)

Section: 46 - SGIR

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Slot: FD-276 Friday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 462

Changing Boundaries of the European IR

Community (Sponsored by the European

Consortium for Political Research - Standing Group on International Relations)

Section: 46 - SGIR, 46-SGIR-1

Chair(s)

Knud Erik Joergensen

University of Aarhus

Roundtable Discussants

Angela Wigger

Radboud University Nijmegen

Pinar Bilgin

Bilkent University

AJR Groom

University of Kent
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