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March 2019

The World of the Right 1: Radical Conservatism and International Order

Thursday, March 28 @ 8:15 am - 10:00 am
Pine East, Sheraton Centre Toronto, 123 Queen Street West
Toronto, Ontario M5H 2M9 Canada
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Where: Pine East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Chairs and Discussants Nicolas Guilhot (CNRS-NYU) Papers Europe versus Europe: The Rise of Radical Conservatism and the Future of European Integration Author: Alexandra Gheciu (University of Ottawa) Locating Trump: Paleoconservatism, Neoliberalism and Anti-Globalization Author: Ray Kiely (Queen Mary, University of London) Reaction in Concert: Conservative Populism, Status Dissatisfaction, and International Realignment Author: Christopher David LaRoche (Central European University) Author: Joseph MacKay (Australian National University) Why Is There No Conservative International Theory? Author: Michael C. Williams (University of Ottawa)…

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The World of the Right 2: Radical Conservatism and International Order

Thursday, March 28 @ 10:30 am - 12:15 pm
Maple East, Sheraton Centre toronto, 123 Queen Street West
Toronto, Ontario M5H 2M9 Canada
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Where: Maple East, Sheraton Centre Toronto Chairs and Discussants Colin Wight (University of Sydney) Papers The View from MARS: American ‘Populism’ and the Liberal World Order Author: Jean-Francois Drolet (Queen Mary University London) Right-Wing Extremist Groups in Canada: A Spatial Mapping of Sympathizers and International Ideological Diffusion and Learning Author: Bessma Momani (University of Waterloo) Author: Kira Williams (University of Waterloo) The Hindu Right and the Global Right Author: Medha Medha (German Institute of Global and Area Studies (GIGA)) Make…

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April 2019

Visions of World Order in Pan-Africanism

Tuesday, April 16 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Gerhard Mercator Haus, Lotharstraße 57, 47057
Duisburg, Germany
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31st Käte Hamburger Lecture At a critical juncture in global politics, Pan-Africanism contains resources for the defence, reinvigoration and reinvention of a more just, equal and rule-bound multilateral world order. At the same time, its nativist reflex and defence of difference carry particular risks in a context where strikingly similar viewpoints are promoted by New Right movements. In the 31st Käte Hamburger Lecture, Professor Rita Abrahamsen makes a case for taking Pan-Africanism seriously within IR debates about world order. Developing…

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