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




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Cooperation

Section: 13 - Challenges of Democracy Promotion:

Do all good things go together?, 13-5

Chair(s)

Jonas Wolff

Peace Research Institute Frankfurt

Values and Interests of EU Democracy Promotion in Central Asian
Michèle Knodt

Technical University of Darmstadt

Sigita Urdze

Technical University of Darmstadt

Dancing with the Wolves’ – or ‘Planting the Seeds of Change

Inside’? On the Dilemma of Functional Cooperation and

Democratization in Authoritarian Contexts

Tina M. Freyburg

ETH Zurich


A Power through Trade? The European Union and Democracy

Promotion in ACP States

Dennis Nottebaum

University of Münster

Democratisation through the Back Door? Realpolitik in the EU’s Policy towards Belarus

Giselle Bosse

Maastricht University (NL) / Aberystwyth University (UK)

Discussant(s)

Britta Weiffen

University of Konstanz

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Slot: FA-94 Friday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 356

Democracy Promotion vs. Empowerment

Section: 13 - Challenges of Democracy Promotion:

Do all good things go together?, 13-4

Chair(s)

Jonas Wolff

Peace Research Institute Frankfurt

Promoting Democracy through Party Assistance in Post-Conflict Societies: Lessons from Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo

Maja Nenadovic

University of Amsterdam

Democracy Promotion & “Democratic Revolution”. Analyzing US and German Reactions to Political Change in Bolivia

Jonas Wolff

Peace Research Institute Frankfurt

US Democracy Promotion in the Middle East: The Pursuit of

Hegemony?

Dionysis Markakis

LSE

Democracy Promotion or Demotion? US and German Reactions to the Rise of Political Islam in Turkey

Cemal Karakas

Peace Research Institute Frankfurt

Democracy Promotion and Local Empowerment in Kosovo

Klejda Mulaj

University of Exeter

Discussant(s)

Richard Youngs

FRIDE Madrid

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Slot: FB-91 Friday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 356

Democracy Promotion vs. Security

Section: 13 - Challenges of Democracy Promotion:

Do all good things go together?, 13-1

Chair(s)

Tatjana Reiber

University of Hamburg

Testing the Strategic Uses of American Democracy Promotion

after the Cold War

Nicolas Bouchet

University of London

Democracy versus Security: How Important is the Consonance of Goals between the Democracy Promoter and the National Actors? Discussing the “American Dilemma”

Marianne R. Kneuer

Technical University of Darmstadt

Democratization vs. Security: An Analysis of EU Political

Engagement in Central Asia

Vera V Axyonova

Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences

"It's the security, Stupid!": Poland Promotes Democracy in the

European Neighborhood

Tsveta Petrova

Cornell University

International Support for Undemocratic State Building: The Case of Palestine after the 2006 Election

Sandra Pogodda

University of St Andrews

Discussant(s)

Carrie Manning

Georgia State University

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Slot: FC-93 Friday 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 356

Democracy Promotion vs. State Building

Section: 13 - Challenges of Democracy Promotion:

Do all good things go together?, 13-3

Chair(s)

Julia Leininger

German Development Institute


International democracy promotion and state decentralization in the Democratic Republic of Congo: installing a president but postponing local elections

Cristina Barrios

London School of Economics, ESCP Europe, FRIDE

Democracy Promotion and Peace Building in Afghanistan:

Reconciliation with the Taliban

Marissa V Quie

University of Cambridge (UK)

Lessons from Bosnia and Herzegovina: Promoting Democracy

without a Viable State

Mateja Peter

Cambridge University

Marrying State-building and Aid Policy: Civil Partnership or

Irreconcilable Differences?

Zoe Scott

Governance and Social Development Resource Centre

Heather Marquette

University of Birmingham

Discussant(s)

Thomas Carothers

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington

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Slot: FD-97 Friday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 356

Democracy Promotion vs. State-Building II

Section: 13 - Challenges of Democracy Promotion:

Do all good things go together?, 13-7

Chair(s)

Julia Leininger

German Development Institute

The European Union as a Democracy and Rule of Law Promoter: the Case of Ukraine

Olga Burlyuk

University of Kent

Institutionalizing Hybrid Regimes in Bosnia-Herzegovina and

Kosovo. The Authoritarian Impact of External Oversight on the

Transition to Democratic Rule

Sonja S. Grimm

University of Konstanz

Neo-liberal State Building and Western 'Democracy Promotion': the Case of Georgia

Joel B Lazarus

University of Oxford


Electoral Security: Experiences from Managing Violence in

KwaZulu-Natal

Kristine Höglund

Uppsala University

Anna Jarstad

Uppsala University

Media Support, Security and State Building: Democracy Promotion and Goal Conflicts in Afghanistan

Joran M Hok

University of Stockholm

Discussant(s)

Wolfgang Merkel

Social Science Research Center Berlin

Section: 14 - Searching for State Identity
in Post-crisis Period: Theories
and Policies



Convenor: Natalia Piskunova, MGIMO-University of Moscow


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Slot: FD-98 Friday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 351

Erosion of Sovereignty and Alternative

International Actors: What lies ahead?

Section: 14 - Searching for State Identity in Post-

crisis period: Theories and Policies, 14-1

Chair(s)

Anna I. Efimova

MGIMO-University

The Catholic Church and European Integration: Non-state Actors and the Limits of Political Theology

Tomáš Doležal

University of Economics, Prague

Petr Kratochvíl

Institute of International Relations, Prague

Reinforcement or Erosion of State Sovereignty on Tax Policy? The Case of Harmful Tax Competition

Joao Ricardo Catarino

Technical University of Lisbon

On Shared Sovereignty and its Contestation

Paulo Rigueira

University of Bath

Discussant(s)

Natalia Piskunova

MGIMO-University

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Slot: SA-99 Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 351

Scrutinizing the State: Qualitative and

Quantitative Methods in Regional and

Global Cross-Country Comparisons

Section: 14 - Searching for State Identity in Post-

crisis period: Theories and Policies, 14-2

Chair(s)

Oxana Kharitonova

MGIMO-University

The State-building and Democratization in Georgia after the Rose Revolution

Nino Chkoidze

University of Giessen


The Rubik’s Cube of Democratic Development: A Normative

Model of State-building

Peter Rada

Corvinus University Budapest

What Makes Sovereignty a Relative Concept? An Empirical

Approach to International Society

Ene Kuusk

Eiki Berg

University of Tartu

To Measure the Political Autonomy of States: Dealing with

Conceptual and Methodological Difficulties

Ossi J Piironen

University of Helsinki

Discussant(s)

Oxana Kharitonova

MGIMO-University

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Slot: SB-100 Saturday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 351

Contemporary Problems of Global Security: New Challenges and Ouvertures in Post-crisis Environment

Section: 14 - Searching for State Identity in Post-

crisis period: Theories and Policies, 14-3

Chair(s)

Natalia Piskunova

MGIMO-University

State–Society Relations in the Far East and Sub-Saharan Africa: Conceptualizing the Effects of Globalization

István Benczes

University of Budapest

Balázs Szent-Iványi

University of Budapest

State Failure in Post-Westphalia: Identity Crisis or New Challenge to IR?

Natalia Piskunova

MGIMO-University

Prospects for the Russian-West Cooperation on

Counterproliferation and Reduction of WMD Proliferation Risks

Victor Mizin

MGIMO-University

Discussant(s)

Victor Mizin

MGIMO-University


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Slot: SC-101 Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 351

Adaptation of States to Challenges of Post-

crisis Period: System Responses

Section: 14 - Searching for State Identity in Post-

crisis period: Theories and Policies, 14-4

Chair(s)

Victor Mizin

MGIMO-University

Jurisdictional Arrangement and Resisting Financial Turbulence: The Faroe Islands and the North Atlantic

Nicholas H Campiz

University of Florida

Richard E Woods

University of Florida

Integrated Border Management in the European Union: “Spaces of Experience”, “Horizon of Expectations”, and Narrative Plausibility in the Constitution of the European “Milieu”

Santos Victor

High Institute of Social and Political Sciences

Rationalizing Transnational Criminal Challenges to State-centered System

Anna I. Yefimova

MGIMO-University

Discussant(s)

Victor Mizin

MGIMO-University

Section: 15 - European Sea Power - A
Critical Appraisal



Convenor: Sebastian Bruns, University of Kiel

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Slot: SA-102 Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 356

Europe's Marginal Seas: Sources of Conflict, or Ressource for Cooperation?

Section: 15 - European Sea Power - A Critical

Appraisal, 15-1

Chair(s)

Sebastian Bruns

University of Kiel

The New Integrated European Maritime Policy, The Challenges of the Maritime Governance in the Mediterranean

Maria Kottari

Montesquieu University

Arctic Governance with(out) the European Union

Michal J. Luszczuk

University of Lublin

Black Sea Synergy: Looking at the Sea…..from the Shore. An

Appraisal of EU Policy towards the Black Sea Region three Years after.

Ion Berindan

University of Cluj-Napoca

Discussant(s)

Sebastian Bruns

University of Kiel

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Slot: SB-103 Saturday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 356

Operation ATALANTA

Section: 15 - European Sea Power - A Critical

Appraisal, 15-2

Chair(s)

Sebastian Bruns

University of Kiel

Finally Flexing its Muscles? Atalanta - the EU’s Military Operation against Piracy

Marianne Riddervold

University of Oslo

Maritime Piracy in the 21st Century: Politics, Power, and Plenty

Carmela Lutmar

University of Haifa


Warships, Cargo Ships, Pirate Boats – Latest Developments in the ATALANTA Mission

Sebastian Bruns

University of Kiel

Discussant(s)

Sebastian Bruns

University of Kiel

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Slot: SC-104 Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 356

Private Security Companies and Pirates:

Context and Implications for Maritime

Security

Section: 15 - European Sea Power - A Critical

Appraisal, 15-3

Chair(s)

Elke Krahmann

University of Bristol

Maritime PSCs, Legal Entrepreneurialism, and Security

Governance Beyond the State

Patrick Cullen

Institut Barcelona d´Estudis Internacionals

Private Security Consulting and the Construction of Maritime Risks
Elke Krahmann

University of Bristol

Private Security Fighting Pirates and Illegal Fishing in Puntland

Christopher Kinsey

King's College London

The Privatisation of Maritime Security in Southeast Asia: The

Impact on Regional Security Cooperation

Carolin Liss

Griffith University

Canada, Somali Pirates, and the Responsibilization of Shippers: Rocky Waters Ahead?

Christopher Spearin

Canadian Forces College

Private Intelligence in the Fight against Piracy (tabled)

Nis Leerskov Mathiesen

Risk Intelligence, DK-Vedbaek

Discussant(s)

Anna Leander

Copenhagen Business School

Joakim Berndtsson

Gothenborg University

Section: 16 - Critical Approaches to
Security in Europe


Convenors:

Didier Bigo, Sciences Po
Jonas Hagmann, ETH Zürich
Julien Jeandesboz, Sciences Po
Maria Stern, Göteborg University
Peer Schouten, Göteborg University

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Slot: TA-107 Thursday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 359

Governing the Future? Security, pro-
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