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




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Section: 7 - International Security, 7-14

Chair(s)

Robin Schroeder

University of Kiel

Can the Bundeswehr Learn to Eat Soup With a Knife?German

Military Doctrine and Modern Counterinsurgency in Afghanistan
Robin Schroeder

University of Kiel

Changing US Policy and UN Engagement of Non-state Actors

John E. Karlsrud

University of Warwick

Military Intervention and Political Authority: Paradoxes of Power in a Globalized World

Caroline Holmqvist-Jonsäter

King’s College London

Discussant(s)

Benjamin Miller

University of Haifa


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Slot: FB-48 Friday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 357

Coercion and Sanctions

Section: 7 - International Security, 7-13

Chair(s)

Ertan Erol

University of Nottingham

Sanctioning for Human Rights: The European Union in Uzbekistan
Francesco Giumelli

Metropolitan University Prague

Coercing Iran - Can the Success from Libya Be Repeated?

Peter V Jakobsen

University of Copenhagen

War Finance and Coercive Bargaining

Branislav L Slantchev

University of California, San Diego

Discussant(s)

Caroline Holmqvist-Jonsäter

King’s College London

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Slot: FB-54 Friday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 357

The Copenhagen School Revisited II

Section: 7 - International Security, 7-17

Chair(s)

Elvira Rosert

University of Frankfurt/Main / Peace Research Institute Frankfurt

EU’s Security Agenda and the Challenge of Flows

Nelson Mateus

University of Coimbra

Combined Sanctions Strategies: Differentiating Risks and Threats and the Role of Securitization

Mark Daniel Jaeger

ETH Zurich

State-Centric not only in its Findings – How the Securitization

Framework is still Held Hostage by Methodological Nationalism

Jörn Richert

Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP)

Discussant(s)

Elvira Rosert

University of Frankfurt/Main / Peace Research Institute Frankfurt

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Slot: FC-42 Friday 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 202

The European Union and Transnational

Terrorism: Comprehensiveness and

Externalization Dynamics

Section: 7 - International Security, 7-7

Chair(s)

Francisco Proença Garcia

Instituto de Estudos Politicos, UCP

Stone Tigers: The Creation and Radicalization of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE)

Christine Sixta Rinehart

Francis Marion University

Air Security: Explaining the European Union Decision-Making after 11 September 2001 (tabled)

Xiana Barros

European University Institute (Florence)

A Security Actor under Construction: Inputs from the Lisbon Treaty
Ana Paula Brandao

University of Minho

Towards Flexibility: CSDP Missions and EU Counterterrorism

Bruno Oliveira Martins

University of Minho

Laura C. Ferreira-Pereira

Technical University of Lisbon

The Externalization of the European Comprehensive Approach: The EU-Russia Case

Maria Raquel Freire

University of Coimbra

Externalization of Cross-pillar Approach: The EU-Maghreb Case

Veronica Santos Martins

Sciences-Po

Discussant(s)

Javier Argomaniz

St.Andrew's University

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Slot: FC-51 Friday 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 357

Small States and Security

Section: 7 - International Security, 7-16


Chair(s)

Branislav L Slantchev

University of California, San Diego

Solidarity and Sovereignty - The Challenges for the Swedish

Security Policy Debate

Magnus Christiansson

Swedish National Defence College

Major Powers’ Power Transition and Small States’ Cooperation: A Structural-Dynamic Theory and Its Evidence in the Asia-Pacific

Chih-Mao Tang

University of Essex

Roles, Identities and Threat Perceptions: The Case of Russo-

Ukrainian Relations, 2004-2010.

Javier Morales

University of Madrid

Similar Patterns of Neutrality but Different Engagement in NATO and ESDP: Explaining the Variation in the Security and Defence Policy of European Small States

Siegfried Schieder

European University Institute, Florence (EUI)

Rachel Folz

University of Trier/Swedish Institute of International Affairs

Discussant(s)

Branislav L Slantchev

University of California, San Diego

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Slot: FD-43 Friday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 202

The Copenhagen School Revisited

Section: 7 - International Security, 7-8

Chair(s)

Olaf Corry

Cambridge University

What's Love? Affect and Securitization

Can E. Mutlu

University of Ottawa

Securitzation and 'Riskization': Two Grammars of Security and the Framing of the Climate Change Threat

Olaf Corry

Cambridge University

The Depoliticization and "ASEANization" of Human Security in

Southeast Asia: ASEAN´s Counter-terrorism and Climate Change Policies

Alfred Gerstl

University of Vienna


Discussant(s)

Olaf Corry

Cambridge University

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Slot: SA-39 Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 202

The Nuclear Programme of Iran

Section: 7 - International Security, 7-4

Chair(s)

Tom Sauer

Universiteit Antwerpen

Iran and North Korea Should not Let the Opportunity Slip by -

Nonproliferation and Engagement

Heinz Gaertner

Austrian Institute for International Affairs

A Nuclear Iran: Trigger for a Renewed Emphasis in the US on the Goal of Nuclear Elimination

Tom Sauer

Universiteit Antwerpen

Explaining Differential WMD Non-proliferation Cooperation: The Cases of Egypt and Iran

Alexandros Tokhi

Free University Berlin

The Tackling of the Iranian Nuclear Programme: The Construction of an Ambiguous European Role in Higher Politics

Klaus Schlichte

University of Magdeburg

Elena Aoun

Université Libre de Bruxelles

Iran's Nuclear Weapon Program: Where Did We Go Wrong ?

Steven Smet

University of Antwerp

Discussant(s)

Giorgio Franceschini

Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF)

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Slot: SA-53 Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 357

EU’s Reponses to Terrorism

Section: 7 - International Security, 7-18

Chair(s)

Oldrich Bures

Metropolitan University Prague


Transforming European Counterterrorism: The Many Faces of EU Security Governance

Hendrik Hegemann

University of Hamburg

Prevention and Anticipation: Pre-crime Approach to EU Internal Security Policy

Artur Gruszczak

Jagiellonian University

The ‘Achilles Heel’? The Challenge of Implementation in EU

Counter-terrorism

Javier Argomaniz

St.Andrew's University

Legitimacy of Counter-terrorism Policies in the European Union

Bibi T. van Ginkel

Clingendael Netherlands Institute of International Relations

Eurojust’s Fledgling Counterterrorism Role

Oldrich Bures

Metropolitan University Prague

Discussant(s)

Artur Gruszczak

Jagiellonian University

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Slot: SB-36 Saturday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 202

Humanitarian interventions

Section: 7 - International Security, 7-1

Chair(s)

Christoph O Meyer

King's College London

Legitimate Humanitarian Intervention? The Sysyphian Search for a Set of Criteria in the post Cold War Era.

Tim Dunne

University of Exeter

Maria Lazaridou

University of Macedonia

Civil-military Cooperation and Humanitarian Affairs

Fulvio Attinà

University of Catania

Daniela Irrera

University of Catania

The Limits of Humanitarian Norms: The Responsibility to Protect and the Darfur Crisis

Martin Binder

Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB)


Discussant(s)

Christoph O Meyer

King's College London

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Slot: SB-44 Saturday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 202

Arms Control as a Condition for or as a

Result of Security?

Section: 7 - International Security, 7-9

Chair(s)

Tom Sauer

Universiteit Antwerpen

Persisting Threats for Security – New Space Tools for the Global EU
Irma Slomczynska

University of Lublin

The Dialectics of Arms Control Norms and Technological Progress: Theoretical Reflections and Empirical Illustrations

Giorgio Franceschini

Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF)

Elvira Rosert

University of Frankfurt/Main / Peace Research Institute Frankfurt

How Do Humanitarian Actors Talk about Weapons?

Ritu Mathur

York University

Preventive Arms Control in Space: Breaking the Deadlock

Max M. Mutschler

University of Tuebingen

Discussant(s)

Tom Sauer

Universiteit Antwerpen

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

Room: 202

Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding

Section: 7 - International Security, 7-10

Chair(s)

Heinz Gaertner

Austrian Institute for International Affairs

Rethinking the United Nations Approach to Peacebuilding: A

Further Step Back

Fernando Cavalcante

University of Coimbra


Policing Mars or Venus? Donor Approaches to Police Reform

Abroad – Comparing the EU and the U.S.

Felix Heiduk

Harvard University

Slashing the Costs of Post-war Reconstruction: Understanding U.S. Multilateralism for Humanitarian Military Interventions in Bosnia (1994-95) and Kosovo (1998-99)

Stefano Recchia

Columbia University

Beyond the Technical Problems of Collective Security in the 21st century: The Disconnect Between the Peacebuilding Norm and the Practice of Multidimensional Peacekeeping Operations

Jibecke H Joensson

European University of London

Discussant(s)

Heinz Gaertner

Austrian Institute for International Affairs

Section: 8 - Security and Ethics

Convenor: Matt McDonald, University of Queensland

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Slot: TA-56 Thursday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 501

Exceptionalism and Identity Politics

Section: 8 - Security and Ethics, 8-2

Chair(s)

Christine Agius

Salford University

The Problem of Exceptionalism: Law and History in Modern

Security Politics

Ludvig Norman

Uppsala University

Security, Dialogic Ethics and the Problems of Reasonableness,

Responsibility and Self-Referentiality

Christoph Humrich

Peace Research Institute Frankfurt

Battle of the Banlieues: Resisting Images of the Secure

Christopher Leite

University of Ottawa

Discussant(s)

Andreas Behnke

University of Reading

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Slot: TB-55 Thursday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 501

Security and Ethics in the Peripheries of the World

Section: 8 - Security and Ethics, 8-1

Chair(s)

Jonathan Herington

Australian National University

Brazilian Foreign Policy Discourse and Reciprocity

Monica Herz

PUC-Rio

Criticizing Security Studies from the Periphery - An Ethical

Perspective

Nizar Messari

Al Akhawayn Universit

EU-Mediterranean Security Cooperation: Ethical and Value

Consequences

Pinar Bilgin

Bilkent University


Discussant(s)

Christopher S. Browning

University of Warwick

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Slot: TD-60 Thursday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 501

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