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27 November 201912:30

Elena Gadjanova -Title tbc.

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12 November 201913:00

Ronald KREBS (University of Minnesota) - Title tbc

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30 October 201913:00

CAIS meeting

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23 October 201912:30

Stephane Baele, Gregorio Bettiza, and Todd Hall (Oxford) - Emotions Entrepreneurs in World Politics

Emotions have garnered increasing attention in IR, yet the dynamics through which some emotions become prevalent in certain situations are not yet fully conceptualized. We highlight the role of “emotions entrepreneurs”, i.e. political figures who instrumentally prompt a certain emotional experience among audiences. Full details
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9 October 201912:30

Beverley Loke - China, the US and the Politics of Hegemonic Ordering in East Asia.

How can we best conceptualize China and the US’s great power role within contemporary regional dynamics and developments in East Asia?. Full details
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21 November 201813:00

CAIS Brownbag Seminar: Elena GADJANOVA – Pride, patronage, or policies? Mechanisms behind the politicization of ethnicity in the context of competitive elections in Africa

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7 November 201813:00

CAIS Brownbag Seminar: Brieg POWELL – Multiplicity of the Social and Temporal: How Multiplicity, IR, and Historical Sociology Can Help Each Other.

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17 October 201813:00

CAIS Brownbag Seminar: Jörn EGE – The Policy Influence of International Secretariat.

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3 October 201813:00

CAIS Brownbag Seminar: Gregorio BETTIZA – State Might and the Almighty: Exploring State Power through Religion in 21st World Politics

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9 May 201810:15

Centre for Advanced International Studies (CAIS) workshop: World Order(s) in Crisis?

The Western-based world order is in crisis. Or so is relentlessly claimed from a growing range of quarters. Yet, what constitutes the Western-based world order and what its defining features are is generally poorly understood. Full details
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21 March 201812:30

CAIS Brownbag Seminar: Saipira FURSTENBERG & John HEATHERSHAW – Forms of State Repression and Practice in an Age of Globalisation: The Case of Central Asian Political Exiles.

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19 March 201818:00

“The Battle for Syria” – Public Lecture by Dr Christopher Phillips (University of London)

In this lecture, Dr Chris Phillips will provide an analysis of the crucial but underexplored roles foreign powers have played in shaping Syria’s ongoing civil war.. Full details
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7 March 201812:00

Special workshop on Spaces of Conflict, Security and Development

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21 February 201812:30

CAIS Brownbag Seminar: Bice MAIGUASHCA – Feminism In and Against Neoliberalism

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7 February 201812:30

CAIS Brownbag Seminar: Aneta BROCKHILL – Title tbc

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31 January 201811:30

CAIS Brownbag Seminar: Janyl MOLDALIEVA (UNU-MERIT) – Playing the “Game” of Transparency and Accountability: The Agency of Communities in Kyrgyzstan’s Natural Resources Governance

Please note special time. BREXIT workshop begins at 1PM Reed Hall that day). Full details
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17 January 201812:30

CAIS Brownbag Seminar: Delacey TEDESCO – Fashioning Spatiotemporal Politics in an Urban World.

Contemporary urbanization has become a global political problem, not least through its claimed transformation of the spatial and temporal configurations of world politics. Full details
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6 December 201712:00

Catarina Thomson: Foreign Policy Attitudes and Security Policy Preferences in the United Kingdom: Applying Latent Class Models to Elite and General Audience Samples.

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22 November 201712:00

Alex Prichard - The Virtues of Anarchy Reconsidered: On Waltz, the Kantian Moralist of Anarchy.

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15 November 201717:30

Carne Ross to introduce free screening of The Accidental Anarchist (2017), plus Q&A afterwards

Carne Ross, diplomat, author and now filmmaker, will be in Exeter on the 15th of November to introduce a free screening of his new film Accidental Anarchist for staff and students. Full details
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8 November 201712:00

Shahar HAMEIRI (University of Queensland) – International Intervention and Local Politics

Cais Brownbag seminar. Full details
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1 November 201712:00

Irene Fernandez-Molina – A Neighbourhood Issue? Mediation and Conflict Management by Regional Actors in the Libyan Civil War or The Multilevel Politics of Recognition in Protracted/Frozen Conflicts.

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18 October 201712:00

Owen THOMAS – Troops on Trial: Responding to the UK’s Armed Forces Juridification Crisis.

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