Calls & Invitations

Design of Environmental Clubs: Moving from theories to policy proposals

Design of Environmental Clubs: Moving from theories to policy proposals 14th WIRE (Workshop on International Relations) Vancouver, June 4-5, 2019   Analytical theme Environmental clubs, such as climate clubs, are voluntary leagues of states or other actors that seek to achieve environmental mitigation goals. This two-day workshop will bring together a diverse group of scholars using a […]

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Call for research articles and book reviews // Inter-disciplinary Political Studies

Dear colleagues, Interdisciplinary Political Studies welcomes contributions for the upcoming issue to be published in November 2020: Special Issue on: “Turkey in 2000s: Change within Continuity, Continuity within Change” (Guest Editors: Aslı Telseren, Şirin Duygulu). Please find attached the full text of the call. The deadline for the submission of both paper abstracts (1000 words) […]

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CfP “Contemporary Challenges in the field of Non-Proliferation/Arms Control Policy and EU Responses”

We are pleased to announce a Working Group 1 (New Realities)-workshop in Vienna on 26 and 27 February 2020.   This workshop aims to thorough discussions of the contemporary challenges in the field of non-proliferation and arms control diplomacy. The workshop will thus have sessions on the upcoming NPT review conference and its likely outcome […]

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CfP “Contestation and politicization of EU foreign policy: New realities or same old?”

We are pleased to announce a Working Group 3 (Contestation)-workshop in Vienna on 26 and 27 February 2020.   Contestation and politicization are ubiquitous in the fields of International Relations and European Studies. The distinct strands of literature that analyze how international norms and institutions, globalization, and European integration are contested have soared. Slower but […]

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PPE young scholars award

Are you a young scientist who is challenging conventional disciplinary boundaries? The PPE Center for Social and Institutional Change – CSIC (formerly Witten Institute of Institutional Chance, WIWA) believes in aspiring young scientists. We invite applications for the annual “PPE young scholars award for social and institutional change”, endowed by the Board of Trustees of […]

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NATO Field School and Simulation Program

Simon Fraser University’s Department of Political Science runs the NATO Field School and Simulation Program in collaboration with the NATO Defense College in Rome and Canada’s Delegation to NATO. The program brings graduate and undergraduate students from all NATO member-states together in the summer for seven weeks of real-world experience in international relations and diplomacy, […]

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CfP: EWIS Workshop “Democratic Security: Concepts, Practices, Consequences”, Brussels, 1-4 July 2020

Dear all, we’d like to draw your attention to the CfP for our workshop ‘Democratic Security: Concepts, Practices, Consequences’ at EWIS 2020 in Brussels (see below). If you are interested in participating, you can submit your abstract until 13 January using the following link: https://eisa-net.org/ewis-2020/abstract-submission/. Please, do not hesitate to contact us with any queries […]

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NetGlow’20: Call for abstracts. Deadline: January 13, 2020

Dear Colleagues,   The Centre for German and European Studies (St Petersburg University – Bielefeld University) invites papers to a set of regular and organized sessions within the Fifth Biannual International Conference ‘Networks in the Global World’, the largest regular conference on network analysis in Russia and Eastern Europe, held with support from International Network […]

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Call for papers: 6th World International Studies Committee’s Conference

Dear all, Apologies for cross-posting. Español abajo / Português abaixo. I am delighted to invite you as part of the growing Historical International Relations community to submit a paper to participate to the 6th World International Studies Committee’s Conference which will be held in Buenos Aires (15-17 July 2020). I will be chairing the Section […]

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CfP The Distributed Work of War and Security: Technology, Expertise and Legitimation

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: The Distributed Work of War and Security: Technology, Expertise and Legitimation, at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 24 and 25 September 2020 In recent years, Western states have increasingly relied on remote and automated technologies to govern emerging threats that are largely outside of conventional warzones. Simultaneously, we have seen a ‘computational turn’ […]

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