We are really pleased to shed light on an upcoming panel at the EISA (European International Studies Association Annual Conference) 12thPan-European Conference on International Relations: “A New Hope: Back to the Future of International Relations”. The conference will be held in Prague (12-15 Settembre).
The panel is titled “Change in Security Organisations Between Internal and External Dynamics“. “Our” Francesco Moro will partecipate with a paper (along with the other “VIA” Fabrizio Coticchia, and Andrea Locatelli).
Here and below the detail of the panel:
Session title:Change in Security Organisations Between Internal and External Dynamics
Track:S49: The Transformation of Security Institutions
Chair: Olivier Schmitt, Denmark
Discussant: Matthew Ford, United Kingdom
Rejecting Liberalism in Post-Genocide Rwanda: Failures in “Best-Practices (K. Carlson, University of Southern Denmark)
The Italian Defence Policy after the Cold War. Europeanisation, American Influence, or Strategic Adjustment? (A. Locatelli, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano; F.N. Moro, University of Bologna, F. Coticchia, University of Genoa)
From Spiritual Defense to Robust Resilience: A Genealogy of the Finnish Comprehensive Security Model (A.E. Hyvönen, University of Tampere, and T. Juntunen).
The Dictator’s Learning Curve: Softening Authoritarianism in Repressive Post-Soviet Regimes. The Case of Kazakhstan within Regional Security Organisations (A. Marin, Collegium Civitas- Warsaw,
The US-Japan Alliance as an Institution for Security: the Changing Rationales, Scope, and Dynamics (Y. Sato, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, and E. Atanassova-Cornelis, University of Antwerp)
See you in Prague