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




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Section: 8 - Security and Ethics, 8-6

Chair(s)

Holger Meyer

University of Georgia

Mainstreaming Protection: Protection as a New Global Normative Order?

Holger Niemann

University of Duisburg-Essen

Bastian Loges

Technical University of Braunschweig

International Courts and the Problem of the Criminalisation of

Aggression

Kirsten E Sellars

University of Aberdeen

Moral and Legal Aspects of International Security

Merve Ozkan

Back to the Roots: International Law and Realism

Alexander Reichwein

University of Frankfurt/Main

Discussant(s)

Edward A Page

Warwick University

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Slot: FA-57 Friday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 501

European Security Contexts

Section: 8 - Security and Ethics, 8-3

Chair(s)

Helle Palu

University of Tampere

NATO’s Pursuit of Legitimacy in the 21st Century: Normative

Dilemmas in View of Global Challenges

Charlotte Wagnsson

Swedish National Defence College

Extraordinary Rendition and the Ethics of Security

Christine Agius

Salford University


Reading the "Reflexive Prism" of Security: An Alternative Story of Academic Discourses on European Foreign Policy

Erzsébet Strausz

Aberystwyth University

Discussant(s)

Annika Bergman Rosamond

Danish Institute for International Studies

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Slot: FC-59 Friday 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 501

Historicising Security

Section: 8 - Security and Ethics, 8-5

Chair(s)

Edward A Page

Warwick University

Discourse and Crisis in Security Studies: The National Security

State as a ‘State Project’

Bryan Mabee

Queen Mary, University of London

A Disciplinary History of Discursive Seduction: American IR

Scholarship and American Scholarly Cold War Security Discourse

Helle Palu

University of Tampere

Towards a German Moment in IR: The Origin of Realist Political Thought

Alexander Reichwein

University of Frankfurt/Main

Discussant(s)

Christopher S. Browning

University of Warwick

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Slot: FD-58 Friday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 501

Debates in Critical Security Studies

Section: 8 - Security and Ethics, 8-4

Chair(s)

Monica Herz

PUC-Rio

Countering the Cosmopolitan Bias in Critical Security Studies

Chris Brown

London School of Economics

The Future of Critical Security Studies

Christopher S. Browning

University of Warwick


Re-reading Desecuritization: Uncovering the Normative-Political in the Copenhagen School

Lene Hansen

University of Copenhagen

Discussant(s)

Pinar Bilgin

Bilkent University

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Slot: SA-61 Saturday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 501

The ‘Good’ of Security

Section: 8 - Security and Ethics, 8-7

Chair(s)

Nizar Messari

Al Akhawayn Universit

Against Ethics: On the Continued Desire of Critical Security Studies

to Eliminate the Political

Andreas Behnke

University of Reading

Security and the Anatomy of Values

Jonathan Herington

Australian National University

Climatic Justice, Climatic Secuity, and the Double Vulnerability

Thesis

Edward A Page

Warwick University

Discussant(s)

Chris Brown

London School of Economics

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Slot: SB-62 Saturday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 501

Contemporary Security Challenges

Section: 8 - Security and Ethics, 8-8

Chair(s)

NN

Is Illegal Immigration a Dilemma for Nation-State? Rethinking on Human Security in Aegean Sea

Filiz Coban

Ceyhun Cicekci

University of Canakkale Onsekiz Mart


Homecoming Soldiers, Citizenship and Protection within and

beyond Borders.

Annika Bergman Rosamond

Danish Institute for International Studies

Business, Boycott & Bureaucracy: The Kimberley Process

Certification Scheme and the Global Quest for Conflict-Free

Diamonds

Holger Meyer

University of Georgia

Discussant(s)

Bryan Mabee

Queen Mary, University of London

Section: 9 - The Critical Limits to the
Financial Crisis: World Politics,
Aesthetics, and Re-


Politicization


Convenor: Matt Davies, Newcastle University

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Slot: TA-63 Thursday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 351

Conceptualising the Crisis

Section: 9 - The Critical Limits to the Financial Crisis: World Politics, Aesthetics, and Re-Politicization, 9-1

Chair(s)

Magnus J Ryner

Oxford Brookes University

The Concept of Competition and Its (Re)politicisation as a Result of the Economic Crisis

Bartosz Michalski

University of Wroclaw

A Permanent State of Calamity: Public and Political

Representations of 'Africa' in Times of the Global Financial Crisis

Jörg Meyer

University of Hamburg

Crisis Discourse and the Landsbanki Saga

Petter Narby

Lund University

Discussant(s)

Mustapha K Pasha

University of Aberdeen

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Slot: TB-67 Thursday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 351

Political Economies, Sovereign Economies,

Moral Economies

Section: 9 - The Critical Limits to the Financial Crisis:

World Politics, Aesthetics, and Re-Politicization, 9-5

Chair(s)

Tim DiMuzio

Center for Excellence in Global Governance Research

Money, Law, Sovereignty: Where Does this Crisis Leave the State?
Nigel B Dodd

London School of Economics


'Things Aren't Always What They Seem in This World, Mr. Brown': Crisis, Insecurity, and Paddington Bear

Kyle Grayson

Newcastle University

Liquidity Lost: The Security Apparatus for Toxic Assets

Paul Langley

Northumbria University

Spectres of Sovereignty: Undoing the Neoliberal Subject in

Globalizing Japan

Ritu Vij

University of Aberdeen

Discussant(s)

Marieke de Goede

University of Amsterdam

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Slot: TD-65 Thursday 4:15 PM - 6:00 PM

Room: 351

Work and Labour

Section: 9 - The Critical Limits to the Financial Crisis: World Politics, Aesthetics, and Re-Politicization, 9-3

Chair(s)

Anca M Pusca

Goldsmiths College

Work in Crisis, or the Revenge of the General Intellect?

Phoebe V Moore

Salford University

Ad Valorem – The Financial Crisis Read through John Ruskin:

Work, Culture, Politics

Matt Davies

Newcastle University

Knowledge Production and Knowledge Networks in Global

Financial Governance

Brigitte Young

University of Muenster

Discussant(s)

Ritu Vij

University of Aberdeen

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Slot: FA-66 Friday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 351

Spectral Politics in the Age of Disaster

Capitalism

Section: 9 - The Critical Limits to the Financial Crisis: World Politics, Aesthetics, and Re-Politicization, 9-4


Chair(s)

Mustapha K Pasha

University of Aberdeen

No Killing Kills 'Specters and Fantasies in Slaveries':Existential

Stakes in the Detours and Promises of (Neo) Imperium

Reconstructions

Anna M Agathangelou

York University

Industrial and Human Ruins of Post-communist Europe

Anca M Pusca

Goldsmiths College

Bringing 'the Part of Those who Have no Part' back in: The

Democratic Spectral Politics of the Global Justice Movement

Hiroyuki Tosa

Kobe University

The Global Modern, Economic Crisis and Islamic Nihilism

Mustapha K Pasha

University of Aberdeen

Discussant(s)

Matt Davies

Newcastle University

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Slot: FB-64 Friday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 351

Imagined Recovery - Cultural Political

Economy and the 2007-2009 Financial Crisis

Section: 9 - The Critical Limits to the Financial Crisis: World Politics, Aesthetics, and Re-Politicization, 9-2

Chair(s)

Claes A Belfrage

Swansea University

Cultural Political Economy and the Uncertain Digital Mediation of State Sovereignty Collapse: The Case of Iceland

Eirikur Bergmann

Bifröst University

David M Berry

Swansea University

Claes A Belfrage

Swansea University

A Cultural Political Economy of Crisis Recovery: Transnational

Imaginaries of 'BRIC'

Ngai-Ling I Sum

Lancaster University


A Cultural Political Economy of Crisis Recovery: The Role of States in Re-Imagining Post-Crisis, Post-Neoliberal Futures

Robert Jessop

Lancaster University

Discussant(s)

Matt Davies

Newcastle University

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Slot: FC-68 Friday 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Room: 351

The Limits to the Strategy of Financialisation

Section: 9 - The Critical Limits to the Financial Crisis: World Politics, Aesthetics, and Re-Politicization, 9-6

Chair(s)

Kyle Grayson

Newcastle University

Financing the World’s Affluent Playground: Dubailand’s

Architecture of Doom

Tim DiMuzio

Center for Excellence in Global Governance Research

Local Government Finance Must be Defended through Privatized Public Spaces: The Case of Parks in Japan

Yukio Maeda

International Christian University

The State of Housing: The Crafting and Harnessing of the

Homeownership Dream

Maria N Ivanova

New York University

An Obituary for the Third Way: The Financial Crisis, Transatlantic Political Economy and the Cul-de-Sac of Social Democratic Neoliberalism in Europe

Magnus J Ryner

Oxford Brookes University

Practicing Financial Governance: International Standards and

Macroprudential Regulation

Joelle Dumouchel

University of Toronto

Discussant(s)

Paul Langley

Northumbria University

Section: 10 - Energy Resources and Social Change

Convenors:

Jörg Friedrichs, University of Oxford

Anita Engels, University of Hamburg

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Slot: FA-69 Friday 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM

Room: 254

Linking Energy, Climate Change and

International Trade Regulation

Section: 10 - Energy Resources and Social Change,

10-1

Chair(s)

Anita Engels

Universität Hamburg

International Trade Regulation and Climate Change Mitigation

Kateryna Holzer

NCCR Climate

Promotion of Renewable Energy and Trade Regulation

Tetyana Payosova

Institute for European and International Economic Law

Achieving Level Playing in Climate Change Mitigation

Olga Nartova

Swiss National Center of Competence in Research on Trade Regulation

Sofya Matteotti-Berkutova

World Trade Institute

Biofuels in Brazil and Germany – Historical Trends and Impact

Factors as a Twofold Approach of Illustrating the Current Situation and Deducing Prospective Designs of Biofuel Policies

Felix Kaup

Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)

Kirsten Selbmann

Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Reserach

The Brazilian Biodiesel-Program – a Socially Acceptable Approach in Biofuel Production?

Friedrich Gröteke

Esther Laabs

Discussant(s)

Anita Engels

University of Hamburg

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Slot: FB-70 Friday 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

Room: 254

Contextualizing Energy Security and
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