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




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SGIR 2010 Program - Sorted by

Section

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


Convenor: Vahur Made, Estonian School of Diplomacy

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Slot: TA-1 Thursday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 251

Cold War in IR Theory Perspective

Section: 1 - New Approaches to Cold War: History

and Current International Politics, 1-1

Chair(s)

Viljar Veebel

EuroCollege, University of Tartu

Hypocrisy and Norms: a Brief Study on the Policies of the

Superpowers in their spheres of influence during the Cold War

Corina Mavrodin

Universidad Autonoma de Madrid

Preconditions for Consolidation of Democracy: The Impact of

Social Capital

Norma Osterberg

Humboldt University Berlin

Multi-stakeholder Partnerships in Post-conflict Settings: A Means to Empower?
Kateryna Pishchikova

Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies

Beyond the Wall in the Seventies: How the Jimmy Carter

Administration’s Trilateralist Approach Dealt With Fragmentation and Interdependence in an Age of Limits and Transformation
Fulvio Drago

University of Florence

Discussant(s)

Viljar Veebel

EuroCollege, University of Tartu

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Slot: TB-2 Thursday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 251

Cold War in Shaping the European Security

and Identity

Section: 1 - New Approaches to Cold War: History

and Current International Politics, 1-2


Chair(s)

Eero Medijainen

University of Tartu

Pan-European Politics: is the Eastern Europe Ever Going to be a Real Part of Europe? (Study on the various sub-regional structures in Europe and their raison d´État in the EU)

Zuzana Zelenická

University of Economics, Prague

Historical Argumentation in Foreign Policy: References to the Cold War in the Rhetoric of United States and Russia

Diana Jurgelevičiūtė

Vilnius University

Armaments Collaboration in the Cold War: Determinants of

Institutional Success and Failure

Marc DeVore

University of St. Gallen

Sandra Eisenecker

University of St. Gallen

Which Institution for 'Securing Europe'? Comparing German and American institutional preferences at the beginning and the end of the Cold War

Felix S Berenskoetter

SOAS, University of London

Discussant(s)

Olaf Mertelsmann

University of Tartu

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Slot: TD-3 Thursday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 251

Cold War in Various European Cases

Section: 1 - New Approaches to Cold War: History

and Current International Politics, 1-3

Chair(s)

Sari Autio-Sarasmo

University of Helsinki

Traitors”, Activism and the Dissociation from the Social

Democratic Era: Cold War Rhetoric in Danish Foreign Policy

Iben Bjørnsson

University of Copenhagen

Haunted by the Ghost of Willy Brandt: Reconsidering German

Ostpolitik and its Legacy

Kristian L. Nielsen

University of Tartu

Michael Nolan

Western Connecticut State University


Political Histories of the Cold War Era: Understanding State Action of Highly Authoritarian States

Simona F Manea

UCL SSEES

International Relations and the Cold War: Paradoxes of European Policies of Neutrality

Juhana H Aunesluoma

University of Helsinki

Johanna Rainio-Niemi

University of Helsinki

Discussant(s)

NN

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Slot: FA-4 Friday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 251

Legacy of Cold War in Current International

Relations

Section: 1 - New Approaches to Cold War: History

and Current International Politics, 1-4

Chair(s)

Vahur Made

Estonian School of Diplomacy

The SFR Yugoslavia during the Cold War and Current Serbian

Foreign Policy

Marija Krstic

North Korea and its Relations with Major Players: Still Shaped by the Cold War Thinking?

Vladimira Knotkova

University of Economics, Prague

Formulating "Lessons" from Cold War Negotiations: Is the CSCE a Viable Model for Diplomacy? engagement with Iran?

Kai Hebel

University of Oxford

Is the Black Sea Region a New Cold War Frontier?

Tunc Aybak

Middlesex University

Discussant(s)

Vahur Made

Estonian School of Diplomacy


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Slot: FB-5 Friday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 251

New Approaches to the Cold War and Their

Relevance to the IR

Section: 1 - New Approaches to Cold War: History

and Current International Politics, 1-5

Chair(s)

NN

Roundtable Discussants

Sari Autio-Sarasmo

University of Helsinki

Vahur Made

Estonian School of Diplomacy

Eero Medijainen

University of Tartu

Olaf Mertelsmann

University of Tartu

Viljar Veebel

EuroCollege, University of Tartu

Discussant(s)

NN

Section: 2 - The European Union's
Relations with Major
International Powers (Brazil,


China, India, Japan, Russia and
United States)



Convenors:

Laura C. Ferreira-Pereira, Technical University of Lisbon

Knud Erik Joergensen, University of Aarhus

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Slot: FC-6 Friday 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 251

Power, Interests and Norms: The EU’s

Relations with Major International Players

Section: 2 - The European Union's Relations with

Major International Powers (Brazil, China, India,

Japan, Russia and United States), 2-1

Chair(s)

Knud Erik Joergensen

University of Aarhus

Effective Multilateralism in a Multipolar Context: EU-UN Relations in Motion?

Edith Drieskens

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Caroline Bouchard

University of Edinburgh

The European Union International Political Identity – A Theoretical Approach

Ana Santos Pinto

IPRI-UNL, Lisbon

Africa: A Battlefield for the European Union and China?

Gorm Rye Olsen

Roskilde University

Discussant(s)

Knud Erik Joergensen

University of Aarhus

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Slot: FD-7 Friday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 251

Russia and the EU: Axis for Partnership or

Competition?

Section: 2 - The European Union's Relations with

Major International Powers (Brazil, China, India,

Japan, Russia and United States), 2-2

Chair(s)

Bertil Nygren

National Defence College/Stockholm University


Bringing Russia Closer to the Core: EU’s Strategic Partnership

Approach

Luis F. Blanco

University of Bielefeld

Managing Mistrust in EU-Russia Relations

Sinikuka Saari

The Finnish Institute of International Affairs

Russia and Europe – Historic Opportunities and Practical

Realizations

Oksana V. Goncharova

Russian Academy of Public Administration

Russia's and Turkey's Attitudes towards the EU in the Light of the Role Theory

Vit Benes

Institute of International Relations, Prague

Discussant(s)

Bertil Nygren

National Defence College/Stockholm University

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Slot: SA-8 Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 251

Shifts and Rifts in the EU-United States

Relations in Perspective

Section: 2 - The European Union's Relations with

Major International Powers (Brazil, China, India,

Japan, Russia and United States), 2-3

Chair(s)

Brigitte Vassort-Rousset

UPMF Grenoble/ECPR-SGIR

The Transatlantic Partnership and the Liberal Quest

Kari Möttölä

Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs

Surviving the Crises: The Changing Patterns of Space Cooperation among Europe, the United States and Russia

Sheng-Chih Wang

Free University Berlin

The EU’s Climate Change Challenge: EU Leadership in the Eyes of the Beholders

Christer Karlsson

Uppsala University

Charles Parker

Uppsala University

Discussant(s)

Brigitte Vassort-Rousset

UPMF Grenoble/ECPR-SGIR

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Slot: SB-9 Saturday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 251

The Changing Face of EU-Brazil Relations

Section: 2 - The European Union's Relations with

Major International Powers (Brazil, China, India,

Japan, Russia and United States), 2-4

Chair(s)

Laura C. Ferreira-Pereira

Technical University of Lisbon

The EU-Brazil Strategic Partnership. From Interregional

Favouritism to Bilateral Bias...and Back?

Aukje M van Loon

University of Bochum

EU-Brazil Relationship Against Climate Changes

Raquel Cristina de Caria Patrício

Technical Univesrity of Lisbon

The EU and the Emergent Powers: The Case of Brazil

Carmen Fonseca

IPRI-UNL

Discussant(s)

NN

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Slot: SC-10 Saturday 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 251

A New Mode of European External Energy

Governance

Section: 2 - The European Union's Relations with

Major International Powers (Brazil, China, India,

Japan, Russia and United States), 2-5

Chair(s)

Michèle Knodt

Technical University of Darmstadt

Energy Security in the EU: Access to Gasgrids

Sofya Matteotti-Berkutova

World Trade Institute

Olga Nartova

Swiss National Center of Competence in Research on Trade Regulation


Democracy, Security and Energy: De-constructing the Russian-EU relationship

Helga Pülzl

University of Salzburg

Doris Wydra

University of Salzburg

EU and Emerging Powers as Normative Actors in External Energy Governance

Franziska Müller

Technical University of Darmstadt

Nadine Piefer

Technical University of Darmstadt

Michèle Knodt

Technical University of Darmstadt

Discussant(s)

Nadine Piefer

Technical University of Darmstadt

Section: 3 - The Politics of World
Community: Beyond the
International in Theory and


Practice


Convenors:

Jens Bartelson, Lund University

Sergei Prozorov, University of Helsinki

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Slot: TA-11 Thursday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 252

Conceptual Histories of the World

Community

Section: 3 - The Politics of World Community:

Beyond the International in Theory and Practice, 3-1

Chair(s)

Sergei Prozorov

University of Helsinki

International Community vs. Society: A Conceptual Analysis

Hannes Peltonen

Kyung Hee University

Before “World Opinion”: “Public Opinion” and Political Community before the Twentieth Century

Hans-Martin Jaeger

Carleton University

Society, Friendship and Love in the Language of the Early Modern International Politics

Evgeny Roshchin

University of Jyväskylä

Discussant(s)

Mika Ojakangas

University of Helsinki

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Slot: TB-12 Thursday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 252

World Community in Contemporary Political Theory

Section: 3 - The Politics of World Community:

Beyond the International in Theory and Practice, 3-2

Chair(s)

Jens Bartelson

Lund University

Whose World ‘Community’? On Liberal Anti-Pluralism and

Normative Hierarchy in International Relations

Milla E Vaha

European University Institute


Doing Political Theory in a Globalized World: Some Theoretical and Methodological Concerns

Hassan Bashir

Texas A&M University at Qatar

Inequality as an Obstacle to World Political Community and Global Justice

Nicholas D M Lees

University of Oxford

Pictorial Theories of World Politics

Olaf Corry

Cambridge University

Discussant(s)

Hans Agné

Stockholm University

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Slot: TD-13 Thursday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 252

World Community in Contemporary
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