BISA 2022 Conference (face-to-face)

Europe/London
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Welcome to the event management area for #BISA2022. Here you can view the programme and register for our face-to-face conference in Newcastle. We look forward to welcoming you at BISA 2022.

If you were instead looking for the virtual stream of #BISA2022 please visit the virtual conference event page. If you register for the face-to-face conference there is no need to also register for the virtual stream as you will automatically be sent the joining instructions for both.

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    • 09:00 18:15
      / Virtual Conference stream - Please find the programme at https://indico.bisa.ac.uk/event/153/timetable/?view=standard
    • 18:00 19:15
      Roundtable / The politics of austerity: global and local Curtis Auditorium, Herschel Building, Newcastle University
      Sponsor: Conference/Management
      Chair: Kyle Grayson (BISA)
      Participants: Kyle Grayson (BISA) , Amanda Bailey (North East Child Poverty Commission) , Matt Davies (Newcastle University) , Tracy Shildrick (Newcastle University) , Wendy Wong (University of Toronto)
    • 08:45 18:15
      Conference event / The Limits of Safety – A Sound Installation - Find out more on our highlights page https://conference.bisa.ac.uk/highlights’ Outside Student Union
      Speaker: Michael Mulvihill (Newcastle)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / UK Defence Policy and Doctrine. Stephenson, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: War Studies Working Group
      Conveners: Mirko Palestrino (Queen Mary University of London) , Tony King (Warwick University) , Lucie Pebay (University of Bath) , Patrick Finnegan (University of St Andrews) , Sorina Toltica (University of Portsmouth) , Patrick Bury (Bath)
      Chair: Harriet Gray (University of York)
      Discussant: Harriet Gray (University of York)
      • Assessing the Challenges of UK Defence Engagement in Nigeria
        Author: Sorina Toltica (University of Portsmouth)
      • How to Win a Medal: The Professionalisation of British Military Decoration
        Authors: Patrick Bury (Uni of Bath) , Tony King (Warwick University)
      • French and British Military British Transformation: Shared History, Same Objectives, Different Approaches?
        Author: Lucie Pebay (University of Bath)
      • British military responses to right-wing infiltration: a historical perspective
        Author: Patrick Finnegan (University of St Andrews)
      • Hidden in plain sight: military victory and the temporal politics of the UK doctrinal imaginary
        Author: Mirko Palestrino (Queen Mary University of London)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Roundtable / BISA's Publications and Diversity Council Chamber, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Conference/Management
      Chair: David Mainwaring (Cambridge University Press)
      Participants: Jacqui True (Monash University) , Ruth Blakeley (University of Sheffield) , Nisha Shah (University of Ottawa) , John Haslam (Cambridge University Press)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Border, Bodies and Migration Martin Luther King, Student Union
      Sponsor: International Politics of Migration, Refugees and Diaspora Working Group
      Convener: Anna Finiguerra (QMUL)
      Chair: Anna Finiguerra (QMUL)
      • Contemporary authoritarian populism and the geography of borders
        Author: Akash Bhagat (Jawaharlal Nehru University)
      • The anti-border politics of AIDS activism
        Author: Alexander Stoffel (Queen Mary University of London)
      • The professionalization of borderzone activism
        Author: Janina Pescinski (Queen Mary University of London)
      • The choice to belong: securing ‘authentic bodies’ through community history
        Author: Hannah Owens (Queen Mary, University of London )
      • Outsourcing border control: The case of visa application processing companies
        Author: Samah Rafiq (Jawaharlal Nehru University)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Future challenges for international law Daniel Wood, Student Union
      Sponsor: International Law and Politics Working Group
      Convener: Andrea Birdsall (University of Edinburgh)
      Chair: Rachel Kerr (King's College London)
      • Cyberspace and International Relations: Reviewing Territorial Sovereignty and Cyberattack in Tandem with International Law
        Author: Namita Barthwal (MMAJ Academy of International Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi)
      • Virtual Justice: The Impacts and Implications of Digital Proceedings at the International Criminal Court
        Author: Maxine Rubin (University of Cape Town)
      • The legacy of Antarctica: does space law prevent imperialism on Mars?
        Author: Henry Padden (Durham University)
      • Space Force, Lunar Bases and the End of Space Law?
        Author: Thomas Cheney (The Open University)
      • INTERNATIONAL WATER LAW AND HYDROPOLITICS: AN ENQUIRY INTO THE WATER CONFLICT BETWEEN INDIA AND NEPAL
        Author: Harsh Vasani (University of East Anglia)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Roundtable / The ongoing debate about 'Britain's place in the world' - International Affairs at 100 Pandon, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Foreign Policy Working Group
      Chair: Tracey German (King's College London)
      Participants: Andrew Dorman (Chatham House) , Jess Gifkins (University of Manchester)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Roundtable / International political economy and the Middle East Parson, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Chair: Hannes Baumann (University of Liverpool)
      Participants: Roberto Roccu (King's College London) , Cemal Burak Tansel (Newcastle University) , Crystal Ennis (Leiden University) , Katharina Lenner (University of Bath)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Narratives, discourses and developments in contemporary Russian security Collingwood, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Russian and Eurasian Security Working Group
      Convener: Natasha Kuhrt (King's College London)
      Chair: Jenny Mathers (Aberystwyth University)
      • Anxiety and identity: the issue of Russian democracy and human rights in the 21st century Russia-US relationship ‘
        Author: Ruth Deyermond (King's College London)
      • Russian conflict management in Nagorno-Karabakh
        Author: Lance Davies (Royal Military Academy Sandhurst )
      • Russia and China: the rise of global security actors. Domestic-international dynamics.
        Authors: Natasha Kuhrt (King's College London) , Marcin Kaczmarski (University of Glasgow)*
      • Militarising through anxiety: Russian historical textbooks in the 1990s.’
        Author: Allyson Edwards (University of Warwick)
      • Spatial and scalar politics – Russia’s narratives and practices towards the security crisis in Afghanistan.’
        Author: Aglaya Snetkov (University College London)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Roundtable / New Directions in Researching South East Europe Bewick, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: South East Europe Working Group
      Chair: Lydia C. Cole (University of York)
      Participants: Maria Adriana Deiana (Queen’s University Belfast) , Catherine Baker (University of Hull) , Sorana Jude , Daniela Lai (Royal Holloway ) , Katarina Kusic (University of Bremen)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Questioning key concepts in AI and cyber security studies Swan, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: International Studies and Emerging Technologies Working Group
      Conveners: joe burton , Andrew Dwyer (University of Durham) , Tobias Liebetrau (CERI, Sciences Po, Paris and Danish Institute for International Studies) , Anna Nadibaidze (Centre for War Studies, University of Southern Denmark)
      Chair: Anna Nadibaidze (Centre for War Studies, University of Southern Denmark)
      • Printing Terror: Extreme Right Online Forums, and Do-It Yourself Firearms.
        Author: Yannick Veilleux-Lepage (Leiden University)
      • Why we should care about the sensory repression of dissent by democracies
        Authors: Nitasha Kaul (University of Westminster) , Shala Cachelin (University of Westminster)
      • Artificial Intelligence as Existential Risk: Fear, Uncertainty and the Cascading Insecurities of Emerging Technology
        Author: Joe Burton (University of St Andrews)
      • Malware Materialities in Cyber Security
        Authors: Andrew Dwyer (University of Durham) , Tobias Liebetrau (Sciences Po and Danish Institute for International Studies)
      • Technology as Status Anchor: A Study of Artificial Intelligence Practices in Russia
        Author: Anna Nadibaidze (Center for War Studies, University of Southern Denmark)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Strengthening global governance: how to implement the responsibility to protect History Room, Student Union
      Sponsor: Intervention and Responsibility to Protect Working Group
      Convener: IR2P Working group
      Chair: Bola Adediran (Liverpool Hope University)
      • Revisiting ‘success’ in the responsibility to protect: Could more have been done to prevent mass atrocities in Kenya?
        Author: Gillian McKay (University of Leeds)
      • Non-Traditional Security Challenges to a Statecentric International Order: Responsible Governance in East Asia
        Author: Brendan Howe (Ewha Womans University)
      • Diffusing R2P: a role for multinational corporations?
        Author: Bola Adediran (Liverpool Hope University )
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / The Political Economy of the Pandemic: National and Global Responses Kate Adie, Student Union
      Sponsor: Global Health Working Group
      Convener: Alan cafruny (Hamilton College)
      Chair: Alan cafruny (Hamilton College)
      • The Year the State Left Us Alone
        Author: Tara McCormack (University of Leicester)
      • Authoritarian Crisis Response: The Sustainability of “Zero-Covid” in China”
        Author: Alexsia Chan (Hamilton College)
      • Conversation on precarity. The mutation of the virus into a public health risk on equity.
        Author: Mariangela Veikou (University of Tilburg Law School)
      • The Covid Crisis in the USA: Neoliberal Underpinnings of 'American Exceptionalism'"
        Author: Alan Cafruny (Hamilton College)
      • The ‘Masking’ Performative in the Post-Pandemic World: Meanings, Evolution, and Knowledge Production
        Author: Debangana Chatterjee (Jain (Deemed-to-be University))
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / The War on Drugs in Theory and Practice Carloil, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Political Violence, Conflict and Transnational Activism
      Convener: Euan Raffle (University of Leeds)
      Chair: Kyle Grayson (BISA)
      • The difficulty of deconstructing the War on Drugs: decaying narcotics prohibition amid waning US hegemony
        Author: Matthew Bishop (University of Sheffield )
      • Distributive injustice and the War on Drugs in Colombia and Mexico
        Author: Estefania Dominguez (University of Leeds )
      • ‘Legitimate Operations’? Challenging drug war killings in The Philippines
        Author: Euan Raffle (University of Leeds)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Roundtable / ‘Un-Siloing’ nuclear weapons in an age of pandemic, climate crisis and global injustice: On the need to connect existential threats. Dobson, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Global Nuclear Order Working Group
      Chair: Andrew Futter (University of Leicester)
      Participants: Olaf Corry (University of Leeds) , Laura Considine (University of Leeds) , Tom Vaughan (University of Exeter) , Luba Zatsepina-McCreadie (University of Edinburgh) , Olamide Samuel (University of Leicester)
    • 10:30 10:45
      Break 15m
    • 10:45 12:15
      Roundtable / Can IR Survive? Should it? Bewick, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Conference/Management
      Chair: Kyle Grayson (BISA)
      Participants: Xander Kirke (Glasgow Caledonian University) , Felix Roesch (Coventry University) , Sarah Lieberman (Canterbury Christ Church University) , Louise Amoore (Durham University) , Martin Coward (The University of Manchester) , Jocelyn Mawdsley (Newcastle University)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Roundtable / Can the 'Arctic' survive? Stephenson, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: War Studies Working Group
      Chair: James Rogers (University of Southern Denmark)
      Participants: Duncan Depledge (Loughborough University) , Caroline Kennedy-Pipe (Loughborough University) , Liling Xu (Royal Holloway, University of London) , Hannes Hansen-Magnusson (Cardiff University) , Klaus Dodds (Royal Holloway, University of London) , Ingrid A. Medby (Newcastle University) , DOROTHEA WEHRMANN (DIE)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / China and data security challenges: domestic surveillance and transnational governance Model Room 2, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: International Studies and Emerging Technologies Working Group
      Convener: Ruoxi Wang (University of St Andrews)
      Chair: Tim Stevens (King's College London)
      Discussant: Andre Barrinha (University of Bath)
      • Norm entrepreneurship? Understanding China’s norm construction in data security governance
        Authors: Ruoxi Wang , Chi Zhang (University of St Andrews )*
      • Beijing Effect and Brussels Effect: Comparing China’s and the EU’s approaches to transnational data governance
        Author: Xuechen Chen (New College of the Humanities at Northeastern)
      • From Platform Capitalism to Surveillance Capitalism: A Case Study of Tencent
        Author: Lisa Lin (Anglia Ruskin University)
      • Accounting for Pacific and Assertive Postures in China’s Foreign Policy during 1958-2021: Assessing the Realist, Liberal, and Domestic Political Explanations
        Author: Hongyi Lai (University of Nottingham)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Democracy, Decline and Decent Work History Room, Student Union
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Convener: IPEG Working group
      Chair: Muireann O'Dwyer (University of St Andrews)
      • British Trade Unions and Settler Colonialism: Racialising the National Agricultural Labourers’ Union, 1872-1896
        Author: Ben Richardson (University of Warwick)
      • Everyday political economy of decent job creation in Tunisia
        Author: Saerom Han (Durham University)
      • Dominoes of Democratic Decline: Neoliberalism, rising insecurities, and the ‘anti-global’ atavistic nationalism
        Author: Akash Bhagat (Jawaharlal Nehru University)
      • The Bretton Woods Script: Half-Hearted Cooperation between Twin Organisations
        Author: Matthias Kranke (University of Kassel)
      • US Comedy and The Politics of Declinism
        Author: Alex Sutton (Oxford Brookes)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Diasporas around the world Swan, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: International Politics of Migration, Refugees and Diaspora Working Group
      Convener: Maria Koinova (University of Warwick)
      Chair: Catherine Craven (University of Birmingham)
      • Diaspora as cyberwarriors: Infopolitics, participatory warfare and the 2020 Karabakh war
        Author: Dmitry Chernobrov (University of Sheffield)
      • Colonial continuities in Tamil diaspora governance: A practicebased analysis of global entanglements and historical connections
        Author: Catherine Craven (University of Birmingham)
      • Globalisation, Religion and Diasporic Identity Formation: Explaining the Prominence of Sect Amidst Second-Generation Iraqi Shia in London
        Author: Oula OULA KADHUM (University of Birmingham)
      • South Asian Women Diaspora in UK and USA: Challenges and Prospects
        Author: Farzeen Shahzadi (Department of Political Science, Forman Christian College ,54600 Lahore, Pakistan )
      • Diaspora diplomacy and emotions
        Authors: Alina Dolea (Bournemouth University) , Tabitha Baker (Bournemouth University)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Roundtable / Diplomatic Networking: New Approaches and Methodologies Collingwood, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: British International History Working Group
      Chair: Richard Smith (FCDO (Principal historian))
      Participants: Thomas Mills (Lancaster University) , Ian Gregory (Lancaster University) , Michael Hughes (Lancaster University) , Gaynor Johnson (University of Kent)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / IPE of Financialisation 1 Martin Luther King, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Convener: Engelbert Stockhammer (King's College London)
      Chair: Joseph Baines (KCL)
      Discussant: Joseph Baines (KCL)
      • BlackRock: a (financial) data-driven intellectual monopoly
        Author: Cecilia Rikap (City University London)
      • Capital Flows and the North-South Divide in the Eurozone: Scrutinising the Finance-centric View
        Author: Karsten Kohler (Leeds)
      • Considering financial cycles in financialisation and currency hierarchies
        Author: Engelbert Stockhammer (King's College London)
      • The national security that prevails: Singapore’s urban agricultural promotion
        Author: Rungroge Kamondetdacha (School of Agricultural Resources, Chulalongkorn University)
      • Making a market: The spread of the primary dealer model in sovereign debt management
        Author: Charlotte Rommerskirchen (University of Edinburgh)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / IR as a discipline Council Chamber, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Contemporary Research on International Political Theory Working Group
      Convener: CRIPT Working group
      Chair: CRIPT Working group
      Discussant: Katharina Hunfeld (University of St Andrews)
      • Internalism and Originalism in the Disciplinary History of International Relations
        Author: Samuel Dixon (London School of Economics)
      • Post-Eurocentric grand narratives in critical international theory and the challenge of global survival
        Author: Andre Saramago (University of Coimbra)
      • Is the International System an Earth System?
        Author: Regan Burles (Queen Mary University of London)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Interrogating the (Neo)Liberal State: Violence, Migration and Resistance Armstrong, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: International Politics of Migration, Refugees and Diaspora Working Group
      Conveners: Cetta Mainwaring , Maurice Stierl (University of Sheffield)
      Chair: Joe Turner (University of York)
      • Carceral technologies: politicizing invisible violence and harm in refugee humanitarianism
        Author: Martina Tazzioli (Goldsmiths, University of London)
      • Teaching critical perspectives on migration and its governance in an age of polarization
        Author: Leila Hadj Abdou (University of Vienna)
      • European Integration, Border Deaths and Counterinsurgency: The colonial asymmetry of violence in the Mediterranean and the Sahel
        Author: Hassan Ould Moctar (SOAS)
      • Bad data or bad practice? The wicked problem of knowledge production and migrants in insecure status
        Author: Alexandria Innes (City, University of London)
      • Building Bridges Across the Sea: Resistance in and outside the state
        Authors: Cetta Mainwaring , Maurice Stierl (University of Sheffield)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Managing Conflicts in the Age of Global Governance: Insights from Twentieth-Century History Parson, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Intervention and Responsibility to Protect Working Group
      Convener: Volker Prott (Aston University, Birmingham, UK)
      Chair: Volker Prott (Aston University, Birmingham, UK)
      • Exploring, Overreaching, Giving Up? The UN and Global Governance in Kashmir, Congo, and East Pakistan
        Author: Volker Prott (Aston University, Birmingham, UK)
      • UNESCO’s Fundamental Education in China, 1945–1950: Between the Geopolitics and Idealism of Post-War Global Governance and Chinese Nationalism
        Author: Yarong Chen (Beijing Foreign Studies University, China)
      • The Operation of the ‘First Bailout’: The Impact of the League of Nations’ Programme for Austrian Reconstruction 1922–26
        Author: Barbara Warnock (The Wiener Holocaust Library, London, UK)
      • To Be or Not to Be a Refugee? How UNHCR’s Humanitarian Aid Inhibited Refugee Recognition in Vietnam Between 1973 and 1977
        Author: Sara Cosemans (University Leuven, Belgium)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Meaning Making and Decision Making in UN Peacekeeping Daniel Wood, Student Union
      Sponsor: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group
      Convener: Tom Buitelaar (University of Leiden)
      Chair: Tom Buitelaar (University of Leiden)
      Discussant: Maria Martin de Almagro (University of Ghent)
      • Theorizing Decision-Making in International Bureaucracies: UN Peacekeeping Operations and Responses to Norm Violations
        Authors: Kseniya Oksamytna (City, University of London / King's College London) , Oisín Tansey (King’s College London)* , Birte Gippert (University of Liverpool)*
      • Meaning Making in Peacekeeping Missions: Mandate Interpretation and Multinational Collaboration in the UN Mission in Mali
        Authors: Chiara Ruffa (Swedish Defence University ) , Bas Rietjens (Netherlands Defence Academy)*
      • Perfecting Peace or Instantiating an Impasse? Interpreting the peacemaking strategies of Peacekeepers in South Lebanon
        Author: Vanessa F. Newby (Leiden University)
      • The Agency of Individuals in UN Peace Operations
        Author: Tom Buitelaar (University of Leiden)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Narratives of violence and trauma: Modes of storytelling and the politics of victim and perpetrator representation Kate Adie, Student Union
      Sponsor: International Law and Politics Working Group
      Convener: Rachel Kerr (King's College London)
      Chair: Rachel Kerr (King's College London)
      • Youth, Comics and Trauma: Graphic novels as sites of representation and engagement
        Author: Henry Redwood (London South Bank University)
      • Transitional Justice in full colour: Racial injury, trauma and victimhood in South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission
        Author: Ninette Amarachi Iheke (King's College London)
      • Narratives of trauma and war in Central Africa
        Author: Pauline Zerla (King's College London)
      • Those falling behind: Trauma, pain and healing in post-genocide narratives about Rwanda
        Author: Anna Katila (King's College London)
      • Trauma and Justice for victims of the CIA’s Rendition, Detention, and Interrogation Programme
        Author: Ruth Blakeley (University of Sheffield)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Perspectives on Peacebuilding Dobson, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group
      Convener: PKPBG Working group
      Chair: PKPBG Working group
      • Conceptualizing Deep Positive Peace
        Author: Tuba Turan (University of Essex)
      • Agonistic Transitional Justice: A Comparative Analysis
        Author: Emma Murphy (University College Dublin)
      • Can the 'Local' Speak? A Spivakian Critique of the Local Turn in Critical Peacebuilding Research
        Author: Q. Dung Pham (London School of Economics and Political Science)
      • The “Posts War” Era: The Role of Narratives in Social Media during Intractable Conflicts (TBC)
        Author: Dana Guy (University College Dublin)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Security and Sexuality Carloil, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Convener: Lindsay Clark (University of Southampton)
      Chair: Lindsay Clark (University of Southampton)
      • The Mire of Mystification: On the Methodological Deployment of Trans, Queer, and Subaltern in Critical Knowledge Production
        Author: Alexander Stoffel (Queen Mary University of London)
      • SAS Queens of the Desert: queering the origin story of the special forces
        Author: Louise Pears (University of Leeds)
      • Caught in a Bad Romance: Heteronormativity, Race and UK Counterterrorism
        Author: Rahima Siddique (University of Manchester)
    • 12:15 13:15
      Conference event / Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group AGM
    • 12:15 13:15
      / International Law and Politics Working Group Meeting Swan, Civic Centre
    • 12:15 13:15
      Lunch 1h Stephenson, Civic Centre

      Stephenson, Civic Centre

    • 12:15 13:15
      Conference event / South East Europe Working Group AGM Armstrong, Civic Centre
    • 12:30 17:30
      Conference event / BISA and PSA Workshop: Gender, race and the intersections of precarity - an interactive workshop for best practice-based actions and solutions - Although this is open to all conference delegates you need to register in advance to attend at https://www.bisa.ac.uk/events/bisa-and-psa-workshop-gender-race-and-intersections-precarity-interactive-workshop-best Henry Daysh Building - Lecture Hall 1.02
    • 12:45 13:15
      / Extraordinary General Meeting (Full BISA members only) Council Chamber, Civic Centre
    • 13:15 14:45
      Roundtable / Beyond willful ignorance: A British Truth-Telling Commission on Colonialism? History Room, Student Union
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Chair: Asha Herten-Crabb (London School of Economics and Political Science)
      Participants: Gurminder Bhambra (University of Sussex) , Lisa Tilley (Birkbeck, University of London) , Bill Rolston (Ulster University) , Gary Younge (University of Manchester) , Kojo Koram (Birbeck University)
    • 13:15 14:45
      Panel / Contemporary Approaches to Biopolitics & Governmentality Dobson, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Post-Structural Politics Working Group
      Conveners: Henrique Tavares Furtado (University of the West of England) , Jeffrey Whyte (University of Manchester) , Uygar Baspehlivan (University of Bristol)
      Chair: Christina Oelgemoller (Loughborough University)
      • Between Barad and Rancière: Building a theoretical approach to Emancipatory Politics fit for the Anthropocene
        Author: Benjamin Bowsher (Newcastle University)
      • Biopolitics After Covid
        Author: Oliver Belcher (School of Government and International Affairs, Durham University)
      • A Genealogy of Failure? Investigating Regimes of Truth-seeking and Truth-telling in Brazil and Colombia
        Author: Henrique Tavares Furtado (University of the West of England)
      • The COVID19 pandemic in China: Between governmental practices of security and fear
        Author: Evangelos Fanoulis (Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University)
      • “What are the Rules in Hell?”: Squid Game and the Construction of neo-liberal Crises
        Author: Julian Schmid (Institute of International Relations Prague)
    • 13:15 14:45
      Panel / Environmental activism and youth engagement: imagining a sustainable future in Algeria and its Neighbourhood Daniel Wood, Student Union
      Sponsor: International Studies of the Mediterranean, Middle East & Asia Working Group
      Convener: Jessica Northey (Coventry University)
      Chair: Gordon Crawford (Coventry University)
      • Using the arts to imagine a sustainable future – how to engage youth on environmental challenges and sustainability
        Author: Ikram Berkani (Coventry University)
      • Youth activism for sustainable development and the environment in Algeria
        Authors: Jessica Northey (Coventry University) , Adel Chiheb (Jijel University, Algeria) , Latefa Guemar (University of East London)
      • Political Engagement of Algerian Women and the environment
        Author: Meryem Abdelhafid (Coventry university )
      • Algerian children and youth understanding of the concept of “sustainability”: how they envisage and imagine their contemporary and future environments.
        Author: Souad Smaili (Northampton University)
      • Sustainability and SMEs: Imagining a new economy in Algeria
        Author: Seif Ziad (Southampton University)
    • 13:15 14:45
      Panel / Epidemiological Imperialism: The Medicalization of In/Security in International Relations Armstrong, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Global Health Working Group
      Conveners: Jana-Maria Fey (Queen Mary University London) , Malte Riemann (Royal Military Academy Sandhurst)
      Chair: Malte Riemann (Royal Military Academy Sandhurst)
      • Voices of Trauma: Who gets to speak?
        Author: Hannah Goozee (KCL)
      • Mind over Matter? The Political Economy of "Securing" Mental Health in the Wake of the Pandemic
        Author: Jana-Maria Fey (Queen Mary University London)
      • Inscribing Race Through Trauma – Border Management and the Colonial Roots of Transcultural Psychiatry
        Author: Laura Jung (University of Sussex)
      • Quarantining Conflict: A critical discourse analysis of public-health-based approaches to conflict resolution.
        Authors: Malte Riemann (Royal Military Academy Sandhurst) , Norma Rossi (Royal Military Academy Sandhurst)
    • 13:15 14:45
      Panel / Finance, State and Capitalism Kate Adie, Student Union
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Convener: IPEG Working group
      Chair: Lena Rethel
      • The distinctiveness of state capitalism in Britain: market-making, industrial policy and economic space
        Authors: Craig Berry (Manchester Metropolitan University) , Silverwood James (Bishop Grosseteste)*
      • Crisis Management and New Constitutionalism: Tracing the Foundations of Post-2008 Austerity in the US and UK
        Author: Dillon Wamsley (York University, Department of Politics)
      • Sovereign Wealth Funds, Privateering, and Political Push-Back
        Author: A. Felix Beltran (Purdue University)
    • 13:15 14:45
      Panel / Gendering the Politics of Public Memory Bewick, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Convener: Harriet Gray (University of York)
      Chair: Rhiannon Griffiths (University of York)
      Discussant: Rhiannon Griffiths (University of York)
      • Witnessing and Time: Artistic Responses to wartime sexual violence in Bosnia-Herzegovina
        Author: Lydia C. Cole (University of York)
      • Gendering Memorials to Conscientious Objectors
        Author: Natasha Danilova (University of Aberdeen)
      • The Comfort Women and the Silence Breakers: Memorialising sexual violence as feminist politics
        Author: Harriet Gray (University of York)
      • Transnationalising Gendered Memory: The case of conflict-related sexual violence
        Author: Megan O’Mahony (London School of Economics and Political Science and Imperial War Museums )
      • Memorializing Terror through Gender and Race
        Author: Tom Pettinger
    • 13:15 14:45
      Panel / Historical International Relations and Latin America Martin Luther King, Student Union
      Sponsor: Historical Sociology and International Relations Working Group
      Conveners: Luis Schenoni (University College London) , Carsten-Andreas Schulz (University of Cambridge)
      Chair: Carsten-Andreas Schulz (University of Cambridge)
      Discussant: Luis Schenoni (University College London)
      • Benito Juárez, republican internationalism, and the transformation of nineteenth century international order
        Author: Tom Long (University of Warwick)
      • The evolution of a regional order in South America: solidarist discourse, pluralist practice?
        Author: Carolina Zaccato (London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE))
      • Latin American violence in historical perspective: Lessons from nineteenth-century data
        Author: Luis Schenoni (University College London)
    • 13:15 14:45
      Roundtable / Race & State Securitisation: Counterterrorism, Counter-insurgency and Borders - International Affairs 100th Anniversary
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Chair: Jasmine Gani (University of St Andrews)
      Participants: Jenna Marshall (Kings College London) , Somdeep Sen (Roskilde University) , Amal Abu-Bakare (University of Liverpool) , Sharri Plonski (Queen Mary University of London) , Nivi Manchanda (Queen Mary University of London)
    • 13:15 14:45
      Panel / Perceptions of nuclear weapons - risk, predictability and trust in nuclear politics Carloil, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Global Nuclear Order Working Group
      Convener: Laura Considine (University of Leeds)
      Chair: Rhys Crilley (University of Glasgow)
      • Once upon a fail-safe: Exploring the treatment of nuclear weapon system failures in popular film
        Author: Rebekah Pullen (McMaster University)
      • Nuclear war as a predictable surprise
        Author: Matthew Rendall (University of Nottingham)
      • The Roots of Nuclear Mistrust between the US and Iran: Historical Trauma and Signs of Aggression
        Author: Selma Imamoglu
    • 13:15 14:45
      Roundtable / Producing Knowledge: Migration, Activism & History Parson, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: International Politics of Migration, Refugees and Diaspora Working Group
      Chair: Alexandria Innes (City, University of London)
      Participants: Leila Hadj Abdou (University of Vienna) , Martina Tazzioli (Goldsmiths, University of London) , Hassan Ould Moctar (SOAS) , Maurice Stierl (University of Sheffield) , Cetta Mainwaring , Joe Turner (University of York)
    • 13:15 14:45
      Panel / Shaping Russian foreign policy in an interconnected world: regions, institutions and grand strategy Stephenson, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Russian and Eurasian Security Working Group
      Convener: RESG Working group
      Chair: Natasha Kuhrt (King's College London)
      • CSTO - a Russian Tool?
        Authors: Zeynep Selin Balcı (Ege University ) , Altuğ Günal (Ege University)*
      • Regional Security in the Asia-Pacific: Responses and Trends in Russian Foreign Policy
        Author: Nivedita Kapoor (National Research University Higher School of Economics)
      • AI and Robotics in Russia’s Grand Strategy for the Multipolar World
        Author: Anna Nadibaidze (Center for War Studies, University of Southern Denmark)
    • 13:15 14:45
      Panel / Stories in US Foreign Policy Collingwood, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: US Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: Alexandra Homolar (University of Warwick)
      Chair: Alexandra Homolar (University of Warwick)
      Discussant: Oliver Turner (University of Edinburgh)
      • Storytelling in world politics: US Policy from the ‘global war on terror’ to the ‘Chinese threat’
        Author: Anthony Teitler (Karlshochschule International University)
      • Hardening of the American Discourse on China: Actors, Processes and Intellectual Strategies
        Author: Yang Han (Oxford University)
      • Fit for a Hybridized Media World? De-Centralizing the Concept of Strategic Narratives
        Author: Stephen Dunne (The University of Warwick)
    • 13:15 14:45
      Panel / Teaching and Learning European Integration” in “the Periphery” Swan, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: South East Europe Working Group
      Conveners: Thomas Diez (University of Tuebingen) , Basak Alpan (Middle East Technical University)
      Chair: Thomas Diez (University of Tuebingen)
      • Teaching the European Union in Brexit Britain: ‘Peripheral Ideas’ at a ‘New Periphery’
        Author: Owen Parker (University of Sheffield)
      • Europeanization through Education: Promoting European Studies in Eastern Partnership Countries
        Authors: Andrey Makarychev (University of Tartu)* , Miruna Troncota (SNSPA, Bucharest)
      • Teaching and Learning ‘Europe’ in ‘the Periphery’: Disciplinary, Educational and Cognitive Boundaries of the European Studies
        Authors: Basak Alpan (Middle East Technical University) , Thomas Diez (University of Tuebingen)
      • Mapping EU-Turkey Studies: Theoretical, Methodological and Thematic Evolution
        Author: Ebru Turhan (Turkish-German University)
    • 14:45 15:00
      Break 15m
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Bottom up perspectives of peace and conflict Swan, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group
      Convener: PKPBG Working group
      Chair: Georgina Holmes (Imperial College London)
      • The Neglected: Military Adaptation Through All-Female Military Units
        Author: Cristina Fontanelli (University of Genoa)
      • The role of peace education in post-conflict Sierra Leone
        Author: Yi Yu (07751666766)
      • “War is Costly, but Peace is Priceless”: Civil Society and the Neglected Anglophone Conflict in Cameroon
        Author: Nancy Annan (Coventry University)
      • How African regional interventions are perceived on the ground: contestation and multiplexity
        Authors: Antonia Witt (Peace Research Institute Frankfurt) , Simone Schnabel (Peace Research Institute Frankfurt)* , Sophia Birchinger (Peace Research Institute Frankfurt)*
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Challenges in South East European Politics: From Local to Global Stephenson, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: South East Europe Working Group
      Convener: Katarina Kusic (University of Bremen)
      Chair: Katarina Kusic (University of Bremen)
      Discussant: Lydia C. Cole (University of York)
      • Friends with Benefits: Russia’s relations with Serbia and Republika Srpska
        Author: Abdullah Kesvelioglu (University of Edinburgh (PhD student))
      • The impact of COVID-19 pandemic on Turkish foreign policy towards the Western Balkans
        Author: Jan Niemiec (Jagiellonian University in Kraków)
      • Rightly guided leaders: the role of religion in the political ideology of Viktor Orbán and Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
        Author: Tamas Dudlak (Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Roundtable / Confronting the militarised academy Armstrong, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: War Studies Working Group
      Chair: Nivi Manchanda (Queen Mary University of London)
      Participants: Alice Cree (Newcastle University) , Chris Rossdale (University of Bristol) , Nick Caddick (ARU) , Harriet Gray (University of York) , Paul Higate (University of Bath)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Global Politics of Health Knowledge – The intersection between Expertise and Security Kate Adie, Student Union
      Sponsor: Global Health Working Group
      Convener: Eva Hilberg
      Chair: Eva Hilberg
      • Health governance as violence: capacity and debility in the face of COVID-19
        Author: Jennifer Hobbs (University of Manchester)
      • From plumbing poverty to plumbing violence
        Author: Susan J Elliott (University of Waterloo)
      • The Frames and Audiences of Pandemic (De)Securitisation in the UK
        Authors: Dimitris Skleparis (Newcastle University) , Andrew Judge (University of Glasgow)* , Georgios Karyotis (University of Glasgow)*
      • Securitizing Infectious Diseases: The WHO and the Surveillance of Molecular Life
        Author: Christopher Long
      • Nationalising a Pandemic? COVID19 and Collective Memory Formation
        Authors: Yuna Han , Katharine Millar (London School of Economics)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Roundtable / What of the future of war debate? - International Affairs at 100 Collingwood, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: War Studies Working Group
      Chair: Andrew Dorman (Chatham House)
      Participants: Patrick Bury (Bath) , Tony King (Warwick University) , Tracey German (King's College London) , Matthew Uttley (King's College London)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Internationalising Protection: actors, themes, and practices of protection Model Room 2, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Contemporary Research on International Political Theory Working Group
      Conveners: Jutta Bakonyi (Durham University) , Anne Flaspöler (Durham University)
      Chair: Jutta Bakonyi (Durham University)
      • Governing through Protection: The Rise of an Emotive Concept
        Authors: Anne Flaspoeler (Durham University) , Jutta Bakonyi (Durham University)*
      • How Armed Actors Can Be Encouraged to Comply With Rules: Different Approaches and their Underlying Logics
        Author: Julia Steets (Global Public Policy Institute)
      • International relations and the problem of care
        Author: Cameron Harrington (Speaker) (Durham University)
      • Food Policies as Social Protection
        Authors: Klaus Schlichte (Univeristy of Bremen) , Roy Karadag (University of Bremen)* , Anna Wolkenhauer (Univerity of Bremen)*
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Making sense of global politics Carloil, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Interpretivism in International Relations Working Group
      Conveners: IIRG Working group , Hannes Hansen-Magnusson (Cardiff University)
      Chair: Hannes Hansen-Magnusson (Cardiff University)
      Discussant: Hannes Hansen-Magnusson (Cardiff University)
      • Securitisation Gaps: Towards Ideational Understandings of State Weakness
        Author: Kevork Oskanian (University of Birmingham)
      • Understanding UCP: Photography and metaphor as interpretive method
        Author: Ridden Louise (Aberystwyth University )
      • From the international to the (inter)personal: Exploring vernacular ontological security-seeking practices vis-à-vis contemporary critical situations through focus groups
        Authors: Nicolai Gellwitzki (University of Warwick) , Anne-Marie Houde (University of Warwick)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / New approaches to strategy Bewick, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: European Security Working Group
      Convener: Andrew Neal (University of Edinburgh)
      Chair: Helena Farrand Carrapico (Northumbria University)
      Discussant: Patrycja Rozbicka (Aston University)
      • The Surge in Remote Warfare Capabilities and NATO Strategy
        Author: Kjell Engelbrekt (Swedish Defence University)
      • Strategy and Role Conceptions in Security and Foreign Policy
        Author: Cornelia Baciu (University of Copenhagen)
      • How ‘wide’ and ‘deep’ are state approaches to security? A comprehensive international security and defence document analysis
        Author: Andrew Neal (University of Edinburgh)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Non-Western involvement in peace- and statebuilding – a shift in norms and practices? Part 1 Dobson, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group
      Conveners: Nadine Ansorg (University of Kent) , Thorsten Bonacker (University of Marburg)
      Chair: Nadine Ansorg (University of Kent)
      Discussant: Thorsten Bonacker (University of Marburg)
      • An Assessment of Turkey’s Contribution to the Security Sector Reform Efforts in Libya since 2011
        Author: Nuri Yesilyurt (University of Kent / Ankara University)
      • Mimicry in Diversity: (Non-)Western Strategies in the External Governance of Afghanistan
        Author: Bojan Savić (University of Kent, BSIS)
      • Colonial continuity and efforts to decolonialize security norms: How international norms shape localized efforts to reform institution building
        Author: Tareq Sydiq (University of Marburg )
      • The challenges of norm changes on the international level
        Author: Nadine Ansorg (University of Kent)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Norms and Emerging Technologies Parson, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: International Studies and Emerging Technologies Working Group
      Conveners: Andre Barrinha (University of Bath) , Theo Westphal (University of Sheffield) , Raquel Gontijo (PUC Minas, Brazil) , Arindrajit Basu (Centre for Internet and Society)
      Chair: Andre Barrinha (University of Bath)
      • Political urgency and the regulation of sociotechnical imaginaries: The Outer Space Treaty and its lessons for cyberspace
        Author: Andre Barrinha (University of Bath)
      • Silently Negotiating Normativity: Practice, technology, and loitering munitions
        Author: Ingvild Bode (Associate Professor)
      • Cultural lag and sensitive technological advances: building international norms for the space sector
        Author: Raquel Gontijo (PUC Minas, Brazil)
      • The Belt and Road Initiative and the Diffusion of China’s Cybersecurity Laws
        Author: Theo Westphal (University of Sheffield)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Roundtable / Post-Structural Politics: Twenty Years of Reflections Martin Luther King, Student Union
      Sponsor: Post-Structural Politics Working Group
      Chair: Uygar Baspehlivan (University of Bristol)
      Participants: Martin Coward (The University of Manchester) , Maja Zehfuss (Københavns Universitet) , Elisa Wynne-Hughes (Cardiff University) , Kodili Chukwuma (University of East Anglia) , Henrique Tavares Furtado (University of the West of England)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / The (gendered, racialized) politics of collective memory in security imaginaries Daniel Wood, Student Union
      Sponsor: Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group
      Conveners: Tom Pettinger , Alice Martini (QMUL)
      Chair: Alice Martini (QMUL)
      • White Supremacist Violence, Collective Memory, and the "Hitlerian Connotation"
        Author: Anna Meier (University of Nottingham)
      • Competitive memories in IR and their potential to foster conflict or peace
        Author: Kathrin Bachleitner (University of Oxford)
      • Monsters, Masterminds, Mummy's Boys: Gender and Memory in Terrorist Obituaries
        Authors: Lee Jarvis (University of East Anglia) , Andrew Whiting (Birmingham City University)
      • ‘Countering Violent Extremism’ in Europe: An Assemblage of Racialized Forgetting
        Author: Tom Pettinger
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Making and Unmaking International Law and Politics History Room, Student Union
      Sponsor: International Law and Politics Working Group
      Convener: Henry Lovat (University of Glasgow)
      Chair: Henry Lovat (University of Glasgow)
      • International human rights contestation in UN diplomatic fora
        Author: Pilar Elizalde (London School of Economics and Political Science)
      • The Draft Convention on the Right to Development: Normative, Legal and Political Analysis
        Author: Daniel Whelan (Hendrix College)
      • The Crime of Aggression: A Major Challenge to Multilateral Cooperation on Human Rights and Inclusive Rule-Based Global Order
        Author: Muhammad Ashfaq (University of St Andrews)
      • International Law, Arms Control, and Disarmament in Hans J. Morgenthau’s Theory of Law
        Author: Carmen Chas (University of Kent)
      • Specifying States’ Mitigation Obligations: The Limits of Political Discretion
        Author: Violetta Ritz (University of Kent)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / US Foreign Policy and Normative Internationalism Pandon, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: US Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: Jonny Hall (London School of Economics and Political Science)
      Chair: Jonny Hall (London School of Economics and Political Science)
      Discussant: Jonny Hall (London School of Economics and Political Science)
      • US Policy Towards Venezuela: a critical approach
        Author: Grace Livingstone (University of Cambridge)
      • Narrative Alliances: The Discursive Foundation of the Rules-Based International Order
        Authors: Oliver Turner (University of Edinburgh) , Alexandra Homolar (University of Warwick)*
      • The Logic of U.S. Humanitarian Intervention Policy - A Two Level Game
        Authors: Josef Harrasser (University of Innsbruck) , Josef Harrasser (University of Innsbruck)
      • Extra-territorial sanctions as coercive cooperation: the case of US extra-territorial sanctions on Iran
        Author: Ferdinand Ferdinand Arslanian (University of St Andrews)
    • 16:30 16:45
      Break 15m
    • 16:45 18:15
      Conference event / Keynote address from Kim Stanley Robinson: SPONSORED BY BLOOMSBURY ACADEMIC Council Chamber, Civic Centre
    • 16:45 18:00
      Panel / The Newcastle Blitz: A History of Newcastle During WW2 Northern Stage, Barras Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RH
      Sponsor: War Studies Working Group
      Convener: James Rogers (University of Southern Denmark)
      Chair: James Rogers (University of Southern Denmark)
      Discussant: Elliot Lorraine (Australia National University)
    • 18:30 20:30
      Conference event / Conference Reception Wylam Brewery, Palace of Arts Exhibition Park, Claremont Rd, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 4PZ
    • 07:15 08:15
      Conference event / Toon Run around Newcastle - Find out more in section 2 at https://conference.bisa.ac.uk/highlights Civic Centre Steps
    • 08:45 18:15
      Conference event / The Limits of Safety – A Sound Installation - Find out more on our highlights page https://conference.bisa.ac.uk/highlights’ Outside the Student Union
      Speaker: Michael Mulvihill (Newcastle)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / (De)Bordering the Middle East: Space, Mobility and Thought Kate Adie, Student Union
      Sponsor: Conference/Management
      Convener: Deniz Yonucu (Newcastle University)
      Chair: Deniz Yonucu (Newcastle University)
      • Crossing the Green Line: Everyday processes of (de)bordering in Israel-Palestine
        Author: Una McGahern (Newcastle University)
      • Living with ruins: Hebron and the politics of settler-colonial urban ruination
        Author: Moriel Ram (Newcastle University)
      • Locating the Middle East in International Political Economy
        Authors: Cemel Burak Tansel (Newcastle University) , Merve Sancak (Loughborough University)
      • Who are the (most) vulnerable? Dissecting humanitarian vulnerability assessments of refugees
        Author: Lewis Turner (Newcastle University)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / European Security Inside Out Martin Luther King, Student Union
      Sponsor: European Security Working Group
      Convener: ESWG Working group
      Chair: Nele Marianne Ewers-Peters
      • Securitizing China’s Rise: Trade, Technology, and the Emerging ‘Threat’ Discourse in EU-China Relations
        Authors: Evangelos (Evans) Fanoulis (Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University) , Scott Brown (University of Dundee)
      • The European Peace Facility and African agency: How the EU's changing foreign policy doctrine affects African security
        Authors: Toni Haastrup (University of Stirling) , Ueli Staeger (University of Geneva)
      • Taken back control? The Irish border and the citizen border guard
        Author: Ben Rosher (Queen's University Belfast)
      • Human Rights and European Ontological Security: The “Crisis” That the Refugees Gave Rise To
        Author: Tolga Karakoç (Humboldt Universität zu Berlin)
      • The impact of European Union migration policies in southern European countries: the case of Spain
        Author: Arantza Gomez Arana (University of Northumbria)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / IPT Key Thinkers Dobson, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Contemporary Research on International Political Theory Working Group
      Convener: CRIPT Working group
      Chair: CRIPT Working group
      Discussant: Cat Wayland (University of Edinburgh)
      • Beyond Bourdieu: Exploring the Limits of Practice Theory in International Relations
        Author: Lisa Stampnitzky (University of Sheffield)
      • Morgenthau the Naturalist
        Author: Ahmet Borazan (Durham University)
      • The Internationality of Hannah Arendt's "The Origins of Totalitarianism"
        Author: Hanno Berger (Freie Universität Berlin)
      • On the psychosocial function of nationalism and war: E. H. Carr and the crisis of the (neo)liberal order
        Author: Haro Karkour (Cardiff University)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Images, Voices and Silences: New Empirical Vision in Transitional Justice Collingwood, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group
      Convener: Denisa Kostovicova (London School of Economics and Political Science)
      Chair: Denisa Kostovicova (London School of Economics and Political Science)
      Discussant: Rachel Kerr (King's College London)
      • Visual Peacebuilding: the strategic use of images and image-making to build bottom-up peace, dialogue and histories. Learning from cases in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Nepal and Rwanda
        Author: Fairey Tiffany (King's College London)
      • Nomen est omen: stereotyping and war legacy
        Author: Vico Sanja (London School of Economics and Political Science)
      • When victims break silence: Wartime sexual violence and social recognition in Kosovo and Croatia
        Author: Cocaj Venera (London School of Economics and Political Science)
      • Women’s discursive agency: How women ask parliamentary questions about transitional justice?
        Authors: Denisa Kostovicova (London School of Economics and Political Science)* , Vesna Popovski (London School of Economics and Political Science)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Managing Risk and Conflict Escalation in the Digital Age Armstrong, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: International Studies and Emerging Technologies Working Group
      Conveners: Eugenio Lilli , Tim Stevens (King's College London) , James Johnson (University of Aberdeen)
      Chair: Mabda Haerunnisa Fajrilla (The London School of Economics and Political Science)
      Discussant: Ingvild Bode (Associate Professor)
      • Digital Risk: Hyperconnectivity and the Political Economy of Uncertainty
        Author: Tim Stevens (King's College London)
      • Artificial Intelligence and the Security Dilemma: Self-fulfilling spirals of mistrust and insecurity between strategic rivals
        Author: James Johnson (University of Aberdeen)
      • Managing Crisis Escalation in the Time of Cyber: the Case of Iran and the United States
        Author: Eugenio Lilli
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Operational experiences, military role conceptions and their influence on civil-military relations Swan, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: European Journal of International Security
      Conveners: Chiara Ruffa (Swedish Defence University ) , Christoph Harig (TU Braunschweig)
      Chair: Jason Ralph (University of Leeds and EJIS)
      • Knocking on the barracks’ door. How role conceptions shape the military’s reactions to political demands
        Authors: Christoph Harig (TU Braunschweig) , Chiara Ruffa (Swedish Defence University )
      • The People’s Army ‘Enemizing’ the People – The Covid-19 Case of Israel
        Author: Yagil Levy (The Open University of Israel)
      • A Versatile Organisation: Mapping the Military’s Core Roles in a Changing Security Environment
        Author: Nina Wilén (Lund University)
      • “Every Death Matters?”: Combat Casualties, Role Conception and Civilian Control
        Author: Anit Mukherjee (S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS))
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Pandemics, Power and Foreign Policy Stephenson, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: FPWG Working group
      Chair: Marianna Charountaki (University of Lincoln)
      Discussant: Marianna Charountaki (University of Lincoln)
      • Global health responds to COVID-19: Does the security/access divide persist?
        Author: Denis Kennedy (College of the Holy Cross)
      • Global Vaccine Nationalism and Soft Power in the Covid Era
        Author: Sharad Joshi (Middlebury Institute of International Studies)
      • Two-Level Patron-Client Relations in Philippine COVID-19 Vaccine Response
        Authors: Chester Yacub (University of Nottingham) , Pauline Eadie (University of Nottingham)*
      • Pandemics and foreign policy: C-19, MERS and health cooperation in the Gulf States
        Author: Lucy Abbott
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Sexual and gendered violence in times of insecurity Pandon, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Convener: Annika Bergman Rosamond (Lund University)
      Chair: Annika Bergman Rosamond (Lund University)
      • The Shadow Pandemic and the Need for Gender-Specific Policy Intervention
        Author: Swati Bhattacharya (University of Calcutta)
      • Feminist historiographies and the memorialization of sexual violence in comfort women activism and analysis
        Author: Anna-Karin Eriksson (Linnaeus University)
      • Can the world survive current discursive constructions of presidential leadership?
        Author: Corrin Bramley (University of Bristol)
      • Contending with paradox: Feminist investments in gender training
        Author: Aiko Holvikivi (LSE)
      • Emotional and Gendered Sense-making through Apologies for Conflict-related Sexual Violence
        Author: Emma Dolan (University of Limerick)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / The responsibility to protect: norm contestation and diffusion Parson, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Intervention and Responsibility to Protect Working Group
      Convener: IR2P Working group
      Chair: Dr Chloe M Gilgan (York Law School)
      • China's approach to the Responsibility to Protect (R2P)
        Author: Ruolan Gan (The University of Edinburgh)
      • Contesting R2P in the UN: Differences of China and Russia
        Authors: Zeynep Selin Balcı (Ege University) , Altuğ Günal (Ege University)*
      • How (and what) do States contest R2P?
        Author: Thomas Peak (Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Vilnius University)
    • 10:30 10:45
      Break: SPONSORED BY BRITISH JOURNAL OF POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (BJPIR) 15m
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Aspects of coloniality and race in the Women, Peace and Security agenda
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Convener: Laura Shepherd (University of Sydney)
      Chair: Marsha Henry (LSE)
      Discussant: Aiko Holvikivi (LSE)
      • Governing the Feminist Peace: Domesticating the Gender Perspective
        Authors: Laura Shepherd (University of Sydney) , Paul Kirby (Centre of Women, Peace and Security, London School of Economics)*
      • WPS at Home? New Possibilities in Global North Practices
        Authors: Toni Haastrup (University of Stirling) , Jamie Hagen (Queen's University, Belfast)
      • Going Beyond WPS: Locating the Cyprus Rape Case between the ‘Domestic’ and ‘International’, ‘Conflict’ and ‘Peace’, and Coloniality and (Post-)Coloniality
        Authors: Columba Achilleos-Sarll (University of Birmingham) , Nicola Pratt (University of Warwick)*
      • Is Rights Talk Just Talk? Implementing the Women, Peace and Security Agenda at the Global-Local Nexus in Kosovo
        Author: Lucy Maycox (University of Oxford)
      • Climate Change Resilience through WPS: Exploring Indigenous and Ecofeminist critiques
        Author: Maria Martin de Almagro (University of Ghent)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Conference event / BISA PGN Meet the Editors Roundtable
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / British Politics and Foreign Policy
      Sponsor: British International History Working Group
      Convener: Patrick Finney (Aberystwyth University)
      Chair: Patrick Finney (Aberystwyth University)
      Discussant: Gaynor Johnson (University of Kent)
      • Cold War rivalry: How the British in Saudi Arabia went from disappointment to signing one of the biggest arms deals in history, 1979-1985.
        Author: Johanne Marie Skov (Lancaster University)
      • Scotland and Northern Ireland in the Brexit negotiation process: roles and implications
        Author: Bruno Santos Fonseca (NOVA University (FCSH) | Portuguese Institute of International Relations (IPRI-NOVA))
      • English Nationalism as Secessionist Nationalism
        Author: Ben Wellings (Monash University)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / European Strategic Autonomy I
      Sponsor: European Security Working Group
      Convener: Jocelyn Mawdsley (Newcastle University)
      Chair: Simon Sweeney (University of York)
      • Europe, Strategic Autonomy and the China Question: A Multitude of Dilemmas
        Author: Andrew Cottey (University College Cork)
      • French Sociotechnical Imaginaries of Strategic Autonomy – a Successful Export to the EU?
        Author: Jocelyn Mawdsley (Newcastle University)
      • Strategic Autonomy and Economic Sovereignty for the EU in terms of Security
        Author: Sarah Lieberman (Canterbury Christ Church University)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Grand Strategy: New Approaches and Perspectives
      Sponsor: Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: Cornelia Baciu (University of Copenhagen)
      Chair: Rob Geist Pinfold (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
      Discussant: Cornelia Baciu (University of Copenhagen)
      • Equal Distance but not Hedging: Maintaining Equilibrium by Great Britain under US-China Competition
        Author: Mateusz Ambrożek (University of Warsaw)
      • Grand Strategy: A Research Programme for the West and Not the Rest?
        Author: Rob Geist Pinfold (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem )
      • A House Divided: Populism and Grand Strategy
        Author: Georg Löfflmann (University of Warwick)
      • The Grand Strategic Value of Empathy
        Author: Claire Yorke (SDU)
      • “Grand” Strategic Planning in International Relations
        Author: Nina Silove (ETH Zürich)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Groundings - The Practice of Global Thought from Below
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: Sharri Plonski (Queen Mary University of London)
      Chair: Sarah Gharib Seif (University of St Andrews)
      • The Brazilianisation of the World: the reflection in the mirror and the horizons of futurity
        Author: Francine Rossone de Paula (Queen's University Belfast)
      • Pluriversal sovereignty and the State of IR
        Author: Ajay Ajay Parasram (Dalhousie University)
      • Prefiguring Decolonization: Notes Across Brazil and the US Academy
        Author: Desiree Poets (Virginia Tech)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Interpreting Russian Security Stephenson, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Russian and Eurasian Security Working Group
      Convener: Jenny Mathers (Aberystwyth University)
      Chair: Natasha Kuhrt (King's College London)
      • (In)security discourses in the cultural realm as a mobilising mechanism? The topic of NATO in 1990s Russian newspapers
        Author: Allyson Edwards (University of Warwick)
      • Unwrapping Russian security policy: rhetoric, reality and responsiveness in the Putin era
        Author: Precious Chatterje-Doody (Open University)
      • Insecurity in EU-Russia Relations: Perceptions of Threat since 1991
        Author: Maxine David (Leiden University)
      • It's a man's world, or is it? Russia's gendered security institutions
        Author: Jenny Mathers (Aberystwyth University)
      • Russian narratives of anti-Westernism: from traditional to post-modern?
        Author: Dogachan Dagi (University of Warwick)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Pacifism, Nonviolence, Security, and Rebellion
      Sponsor: Ethics and World Politics Working Group
      Convener: Alexandre Christoyannopoulos (Loughborough University)
      Chair: Naomi Head (University of Glasgow)
      Discussant: Naomi Head (University of Glasgow)
      • The Failure of the European Project: An Anarcho-Pacifist Critique
        Author: Alexandre Christoyannopoulos (Loughborough University)
      • Unsettling Rebellion
        Author: Chris Rossdale (University of Bristol)
      • Palestinian poet-singers: Celebration under Israel’s Military Rule
        Author: Marwan Darweish (Coventry University)
      • Learning from the Violence Prevention Work of “Credible Messengers”
        Author: M.S. Wallace (Portland State University)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Power and Wealth in Pandemic Times
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Convener: IPEG Working group
      Chair: Juanita Elias (University of Warwick)
      • The infrastructural power of logistics: Covid-19 and the future of Global Production Networks
        Author: Federico Jensen (Copenhagen Business School)
      • Post-Corona Capitalism: The Alternatives Ahead
        Author: Andreas Nölke (Goethe University Frankfurt)
      • The System Didn’t Work: The G20 in the Covid-19 Crisis
        Author: Tom Chodor (Monash University)
      • The New Fault Lines of Inequality - Covid 19 and the Asset Economy
        Authors: Daniela Tepe-Belfrage (University of Liverpool) , Johnna Montgomerie (King's College London)
      • COVID-19 and the Pathologies of Australia’s Regulatory State
        Author: Tom Chodor (Monash University)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Reconsidering stability - the risks of deterrence and disarmament.
      Sponsor: Global Nuclear Order Working Group
      Convener: Laura Considine (University of Leeds)
      Chair: Laura Considine (University of Leeds)
      • Reactive Rearmament: The Instability of a Post-Nuclear World
        Author: David Blagden (University of Exeter)
      • Artificial Intelligence and the Bomb: Nuclear Command and Control in the Age of the Algorithm
        Author: James Johnson (University of Aberdeen)
      • The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons: Opportunity for Disarmament but Danger for Deterrence? 
 What deterrence discourses in Germany reveal about the ban.
        Author: Jannis Kappelmann
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Refugees and Insecurity
      Sponsor: International Politics of Migration, Refugees and Diaspora Working Group
      Convener: Ian Paterson (University of Glasgow)
      Chair: Ian Paterson (University of Glasgow)
      • Making Waste into Art, and Art into Waste: the Multiple Afterlives of Migratory Traces
        Author: Finiguerra Anna (QMUL)
      • Acts of resistance and connection in the immigration detention archipelago
        Author: Lucy Kneebone (Queen Mary University of London)
      • Simultaneous Success and Failure: The Strange Case of the (Failed) Securitisation of Asylum Seekers and Refugees in the United Kingdom and Scotland
        Author: Ian Paterson (University of Glasgow)
      • Territorial variance in the UK’s Refugee Politics and its consequences: Young Syrian refugees in England and Scotland
        Authors: Dimitris Skleparis (Newcastle University) , Gareth Mulvey (University of Glasgow)*
      • Forced Mobility, Mobile Phones, and the Transnational Political Economy of Urban Precarity in Somali Cities
        Authors: Peter Chonka (King's College London) , Jutta Bakonyi (Durham University)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Surviving the Human Epoch: Popular Culture and the (Geo)Politics of the Anthropocene Armstrong, Civic Centre
      Sponsor: Environment Working Group
      Convener: Robert Saunders (State University of New York)
      Chair: Simon Philpott (Newcastle University)
      • Karel Čapek’s The War with the Newts, Or now I am become Newt, the Destroyer of Worlds
        Author: Joel Vessels (Nassau Community College - SUNY)
      • Representing the Anthropocene: Climate Fiction and Environmental Discourses from the perspective of Ecocritical Geopolitics
        Author: Elena dell'Agnese (Università di Milano-Bicocca)
      • 'That Funny Feeling': Popular Culture and the Affective Atmospheres of the Anthropocene
        Author: Rhys Crilley (University of Glasgow)
      • Climate Fiction, Solarpunk, and The Limits of Utopia
        Author: Benjamin Coulson (Durham University)
      • A See Change? Observations on the (Visual) Politics of Screening the Anthropocene
        Author: Robert Saunders (State University of New York)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Theorising International Orders
      Sponsor: International Law and Politics Working Group
      Convener: Kevork Oskanian (University of Birmingham)
      Chair: Kevork Oskanian (University of Birmingham)
      • Facebook Friendships as a Space for Peace: An Aristotelian Framework for International Political Friendships
        Author: Gibson Lisa (LCC International University)
      • Awkwardness, Capital, and Crisis: International Orders as Anarchic Meta-Fields
        Author: Kevork Oskanian (University of Birmingham)
      • Writing the future of Global Politics – hope, despair, and the mid-century bang
        Author: Franziska Müller (University of Hamburg)
      • Georg Schwarzenberger’s Theory of International Law
        Author: Carmen Chas (University of Kent)
      • The evolution of international institutional restraints on power and “Lockean Liberalism” in IR
        Author: Alexandru Grigorescu (Loyola University Chicago)
    • 12:15 15:00
      Lunch: SPONSORED BY BRITISH JOURNAL OF POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (BJPIR) 2h 45m
    • 12:30 14:00
      Roundtable / Plenary Roundtable: The Global Governance of Scientific Challenges: SPONSORED BY CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
      Sponsor: Conference/Management
      Chair: Georgina Holmes (Imperial College London)
      Participants: Elliot Lorraine (Australia National University) , Elbe Stephen (University of Sussex) , Wendy Wong (University of Toronto)
    • 14:00 15:00
      Conference event / Ethics & World Politics Working Group AGM
    • 14:00 15:00
      / European Security Working Group AGM
    • 14:00 15:00
      / International Responsibility to Protect Working Group AGM
    • 14:00 15:00
      Conference event / Russian and Eurasian Security Working Group AGM
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Anxiety, emotion, and ontological security
      Sponsor: Emotions in Politics and International Relations Working Group
      Convener: EPIR Working group
      Chair: Kaul Nitasha (University of Westminster)
      • Desires, Fantasies, and Hierarchies: Status Anxiety through the Lacanian Ontological Security
        Author: Ali Bilgic (Loughborough University)
      • The poverty of cybernorms? Global anxieties and cyberagonism
        Author: Xymena Kurowska
      • The Unbearable Incompleteness of Nations: Reading Bolsonaro’s Brazil through Ontological Security
        Authors: Marco Vieira (University of Birmingham) , Bruno Carvalho (University of Birmingham)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Constructing Islam and the War on Terror
      Sponsor: Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group
      Convener: Bareeha Fatima (University of Aberdeen)
      Chair: Bareeha Fatima (University of Aberdeen)
      • Explaining the Absence of Jihadi Mobilisation among Georgian Azeris
        Author: Aleksandre Kvakhadze (Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies)
      • Waging 'Waar': An exploration of Military Aesthetics in Pakistan's Popular Culture during the Global War on Terror
        Author: Bareeha Fatima (University of Aberdeen)
      • Political Islam: A Response to Fundamental Crisis in Muslim Societies. (A Case study of Pakistan)
        Author: Altaf Hussain (Student/Civil Servant)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Energy Colonialism: Roots, Racialization, Recurrent patterns
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Conveners: Anne Kantel (Fraunhofer-Institut für System- und Innovationsforschung ISI) , Daniela Salite (University of York) , Franziska Müller (University of Hamburg) , Johanna Tunn (University of Hamburg) , Joshua Kirshner (University of York) , Joshua McEvoy (Queens University) , Birte Förster (University of Bielefeld) , Liam Midzain-Gobin (Brock University)
      Chair: Franziska Müller (University of Hamburg)
      • The Paradox of Technocratic Governance: The Extractive/Emancipatory Potential of Indigenous Utilities?
        Authors: Liam Midzain-Gobin (Brock University)* , Joshua McEvoy (Queens University)
      • Energy colonialism: debates, phenomena, and steps towards a research agenda
        Author: Franziska Müller (University of Hamburg)
      • Exploring colonial continuities in Mozambique’s energy system: electricity networks and extractive relations
        Author: Joshua Kirshner (University of York)
      • Glocal Justice? Colonial Narratives in Germany's and the European Green Hydrogen Strategy
        Author: Anne Kantel (Fraunhofer-Institut für System- und Innovationsforschung ISI)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Gendering Economies
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Convener: IPEG Working group
      Chair: Owen Parker (University of Sheffield)
      Discussant: Juanita Elias (University of Warwick)
      • The Feminist Political Economy of Productivity
        Author: Muireann O'Dwyer (University of St Andrews)
      • Towards a feminist decolonizing trade agenda
        Author: Asha Herten-Crabb (London School of Economics and Political Science)
      • The Governance of Everyday Insecurities: Stop street harassment campaigns and authoritarian neoliberalism in Cairo
        Author: Elisa Wynne-Hughes (Cardiff University)
      • Frugal femininity and disciplinary masculinity: Gender performance and the politics of the Eurozone crisis
        Author: Frederic Heine (JKU Linz)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Human Rights and Security in African International Relations
      Sponsor: Africa and International Studies Working Group
      Convener: AISG Working group
      Chair: Peter Brett
      • The famished road: Africa’s international relations and the legend of ‘common’ positions
        Author: Odilile Ayodele (University of Johannesburg)
      • Waging Wars Abroad to Build a State at Home? Citizens’ Perceptions of Chad Military Intervention in Mali
        Author: Moudwe Daga (SOAS, University of London)
      • What about us? Citizenship problem in unrecognized states: cases of Puntland and Somaliland
        Author: Natalia Piskunova (Moscow State University)
      • Reintegrating Repentant Terrorists in Nigeria: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of Victims Experiences of Trauma
        Authors: Tarela Juliet Ike (Teesside University ) , Dung Ezekiel Jidong (Nottingham Trent University )* , Evangelyn Ebi Ayobi (National Open University )* , Mieyebi Lawrence Ike (Southern New Hampshire University )* , Christopher Francis (Manchester Global Foundation )*
      • Public attitudes towards external democracy promotion in Africa
        Author: Mwita Chacha (University of Birmingham)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / IPE of Financialisation 2
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Convener: Engelbert Stockhammer (King's College London)
      Chair: Engelbert Stockhammer (King's College London)
      Discussant: Engelbert Stockhammer (King's College London)
      • Asset Managers, Carbon Majors and the Deceptions of 'Sustainable Finance'
        Author: Joseph Baines (KCL)
      • Subordinate financialised capitalism in Emerging Capitalist Economies
        Author: Bruno Bonizzi (Hertfordshire)
      • Patterns of financialization across emerging regions and economies: A comparison of international, national and city level indicators
        Author: Jimena Castillo (Leeds)
      • Successful and unsuccessful politicisation of central banking in emerging market economies during the COVID-19 crisis: Poland, Hungary and Czech Republic
        Author: Alen Toplišek (KCL)
      • Shades of (In)formality: Empirical evidence from the Financial Action Task Force
        Author: Isabel Rodriguez Toribio (University of Glasogw)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Identity, Security, Climate and the Nation
      Sponsor: International Studies of the Mediterranean, Middle East & Asia Working Group
      Convener: Omer Tekdemir (University of Coventry)
      Chair: Ikram Berkani (Coventry University)
      • Dragonfire: Chinese natural gas relations in Central Asia
        Author: Tamas Dudlak (Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest)
      • Jordan’s Climate Change Official Discourse: communicating local vulnerabilities within political restrictions
        Author: Imad El-Anis (Nottingham Trent University)
      • Feminine Fighters of Justice? Gendered Narratives of the Japan Self-Defense Forces and their Impact on Japanese Security Policy
        Author: Miklas Fahrenwaldt (University of Edinburgh)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Roundtable / Colonial Foundations of IR in Theory and Practice - International Affairs 100th Anniversary
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Chair: Jenna Marshall (Kings College London)
      Participants: Jasmine Gani (University of St Andrews) , Alvine Datchoua-Tirvaudey (Universität Hamburg) , Jan Wilkens (Universität Hamburg)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Public diplomacy, Influence and Knowledge Production
      Sponsor: International Studies of the Mediterranean, Middle East & Asia Working Group
      Convener: Jessica Northey (Coventry University)
      Chair: Meryem Abdelhafid (Coventry university )
      • Mainland China and Taiwan’s Strategies for Overcoming the Middle/High Income Trap: Domestic Consensus-Building and the Foundations of Cross-Strait Interactions
        Author: Mingke MA (University of Oxford )
      • Knowledge Production in Turkey about the Middle East: A Critical Investigation of Graduate Theses on the Gulf
        Authors: Ali Bakir (Qatar University)* , Eyüp Ersoy (Ahi Evran University)
      • The CCP’s Media Influence in Turkey
        Author: Ozge Soylemez (King's College London)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Reimagining / complicating everyday security discourse and praxis
      Sponsor: Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group
      Conveners: Tom Pettinger , Alice Martini (QMUL)
      Chair: Alice Martini (QMUL)
      • Tracing the persistence and fragmentation of coloniality within contemporary pre-criminal tools
        Author: Alice Finden
      • Preventing global enemies
        Author: Alice Martini
      • I saw it with my Drone Eyes: Fantasies of Targeted Killing and Dangerous Spaces
        Author: Julian Schmid (Institute of International Relations Prague)
      • The international is personal – situating the individual in the transversality of P/CVE
        Author: Amna Kaleem (University of Sheffield)
      • Re-imagining Counterterrorism: The Politics of Emotions in Deradicalisation
        Author: Yrsa Landström (Swedish Defence University)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Roundtable / Screening Violence: a transnational approach to the local imaginaries of post-conflict transitionScreening Violence: a transnational approach to the local imaginaries of post-conflict transition
      Sponsor: Conference/Management
      Chair: Guy Austin (Newcastle University)
      Participants: Nicholas Morgan (Newcastle University) , Simon Philpott (Newcastle University) , Diah Kusumaningrum (Gadjah Mada Universit)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Selective Reconstruction: Conceptualising (Re-)Engagement in the Post-Brexit UK-EU Security Relationship (Panel 1)
      Sponsor: European Security Working Group
      Conveners: Benjamin Martill (University of Edinburgh) , Helena Farrand Carrapico (Northumbria University)
      Chair: Richard Whitman (University of Kent)
      • NATO and CSDP Post-Brexit: Why the EU needs to step-up in NATO and bring the UK into CSDP
        Authors: Simon Sweeney (University of York) , Neil Winn (University of Leeds)
      • Muddling through as the Best of Frenemies: UK Preferences and Practices in the Post-Brexit EU-UK Foreign, Security and Defence Policy Relationship
        Author: Richard Whitman (University of Kent)
      • EU-UK Diplomatic and Security Coordination beyond Brexit through Informal Venues: Risk or Opportunity?
        Authors: Sarah Wolff (Queen Mary, University of London)* , Agathe Piquet (Queen Mary, University of London)* , Helena Farrand Carrapico (Northumbria University)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / The performance of identity in the production of (in)security
      Sponsor: Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group
      Conveners: Alice Martini (QMUL) , Tom Pettinger
      Chair: Lee Jarvis
      • Social categorisation and rise of violence: how deprivation of human dignity becomes the linking tile between moralistic categories and the rise of violence in society
        Author: Giulia Grillo (University of Kent)
      • Constructions of Citizenship and its Consequences for the Reintegration of Islamic State Returnees
        Author: Louise Tiessen (University of Kent)
      • Fundamental British Values & The Prevent Duty in Scotland
        Author: Nick Brooke (University of St Andrews)
      • ‘You have been betrayed’: Radical Right attempts to appeal to LGBTQ+ communities
        Authors: Xander Kirke (Glasgow Caledonian University) , Russell Foster (King's College London)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Transnational politics, nationalisation, geopolitics and the state
      Sponsor: International Studies of the Mediterranean, Middle East & Asia Working Group
      Convener: Jessica Northey (Coventry University)
      Chair: Omer Tekdemir (University of Coventry)
      • “Hollow statism: Discourse and Praxis in the Nationalization of Islamic institutions in Sisi’s Egypt”
        Author: Neil Russell (Glasgow Caledonian University)
      • Region-building in the Eastern Mediterranean after the Pandemic
        Author: Zenonas Tziarras (Peace Research Institute Oslo Cyprus Centre)
      • Similar Structure, Different Behaviours: A Role Theory Analysis of Different Foreign Policies of Qatar and the UAE towards the Yemeni Civil War
        Author: Yusuf Topaloglu (The University of Edinburgh)
      • External interventions in multi-ethnoreligious conflicts: the case of contemporary Syria
        Author: Joe Macaron (University of Bath)
      • Of friends and foes: Rethinking transnational Islamic politics
        Author: Guy Eyre (King's College London)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / US Security Policy
      Sponsor: US Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: Oliver Turner (University of Edinburgh)
      Chair: Oliver Turner (University of Edinburgh)
      Discussant: Grace Livingstone (University of Cambridge)
      • Promoting the Rule of Law in Afghanistan after the Surge
        Author: Geoffrey Swenson (City, University of London)
      • Red Lines or Blurred Lines?: Obama’s Syrian Red Line and American Credibility
        Author: Albert Wolf (RIT-Kosovo)
      • The Belt and Road Initiative, US-China relations, and the “Return of Geopolitics”: An analysis of US think tank reports, 2013-2021
        Author: Nick Sundin (Newcastle University)
    • 16:30 16:45
      Break: SPONSORED BY BRITISH JOURNAL OF POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (BJPIR) 15m
    • 16:45 18:15
      Roundtable / Abolitionist Thinking as an unanswered question
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Chair: Sharri Plonski (Queen Mary University of London)
      Participants: Jasmine Gani (University of St Andrews) , Sabrina Villenave (University of Manchester) , Jessica Oddy (University of East London) , Taylor Borowetz (SOAS University of London)
    • 16:45 18:15
      Panel / Approaching Climate Crisis
      Sponsor: Environment Working Group
      Convener: Richard Beardsworth (University of Leeds)
      Chair: Richard Beardsworth (University of Leeds)
      • When Representation Matters: A Critique on Climate Governance
        Author: Keysha Jaime (Queen's University Belfast)
      • Shaping the policies while changing the discourses – gendered environmental discourses at the Conferences of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
        Author: Dora Matejak (phD candidate, Univversity of Ljubljana)
      • Making Things Last (Longer)? The Global Governance of Planned Obsolescence
        Author: Matthias Kranke (University of Kassel)
      • The International Politics of Climate Crisis: ‘The Decade of Decision’
        Author: Richard Beardsworth (University of Leeds)
    • 16:45 18:15
      Conference event / BISA working group convener meeting: closed session by invitation only with BISA Chair and Director
    • 16:45 18:15
      Panel / Implementing Peace Agreements in a Complex World
      Sponsor: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group
      Conveners: Kathryn Nash (Edinburgh Law School, University of Edinburgh) , Michael Aeby (Politics & International Relations Department, University of Edinburgh)
      Chair: Michael Aeby (Politics & International Relations Department, University of Edinburgh)
      Discussant: Toni Haastrup (University of Stirling)
      • EXPLORING THE ROLE OF THE UNIVERSAL PERIODIC REVIEW IN PEACE AGREEMENT IMPLEMENTATION
        Author: Sean Molloy (Newcastle Law School)
      • Peace Process Implementation in Somalia
        Author: Kathryn Nash (Edinburgh Law School)
      • How African Organisations Support the Implementation of Comprehensive Peace Agreements: AU, IGAD and SADC mediation, guarantees and monitoring practices in Kenya, South Sudan and Zimbabwe
        Author: Michael Aeby (University of Edinburgh)
    • 16:45 18:15
      Roundtable / Manchester University Press Sponsored Roundtable: Counter-terrorism: International proscription and proliferation
      Sponsor: Conference/Management
      Chair: Alice Martini (QMUL)
      Participants: Tim Legrand (UEA) , Emeka T. Njoku (University of Birmingham) , Sophie Haspeslagh (American University in Cairo)
    • 16:45 18:15
      Roundtable / Newcastle conference team: Reflections on collaborations between creative arts practice and social science in military, conflict and peacebuilding research
      Sponsor: Conference/Management
      Chair: Jocelyn Mawdsley (Newcastle University)
      Participants: Michael Mulvihill (Newcastle) , Alice Cree (Newcastle University) , Chloe Barker (Newcastle) , Nilanjana Premaratna (Newcastle) , Hannah West (Newcastle University)
    • 16:45 18:15
      Conference event / PGN: Meet the editors (one-to-one): closed session by invitation only
    • 16:45 18:15
      Panel / Pathways in and out of violence
      Sponsor: Political Violence, Conflict and Transnational Activism
      Conveners: Annamaria Kiss (King's Russia Institute, King's College London) , Mark Youngman (University of Portsmouth)
      Chair: Cerwyn Moore (University of Birmingham)
      • Accountability Mechanisms as Part of Peace Agreements: The Popular Acceptance of the Havana Peace Accord
        Author: Kerry-Luise Prior (King's College London)
      • Civil War Paths: Understanding Civil War from Pre- to Post-War Stages
        Author: Anastasia Shesterinina (The University of Sheffield)
      • Uniformed Threats: A Comparative Analysis of NATO Member State’s National Approaches to Combating Extremism within their Ranks.
        Authors: Yannick Veilleux-Lepage (Leiden University) , Anne Peterscheck (University of St Andrews)*
      • Just War in the 21st Century: Lessons from Afghanistan
        Author: Alex Crockett (Durham University )
      • "Internal Migration, Socio-Political Transformation and Counter Violent Extremism in Pakistan: A Case Study of Newly Merged Tribal District South Waziristan
        Author: Muhammad Irfan Mahsud (Department of Peace and Conflict Studies, National Defence University Islamabad, Pakistan)
    • 16:45 18:15
      Roundtable / Policing’s contested relationalities
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Chair: Amal Abu-Bakare (University of Liverpool)
      Participants: Chris Rossdale (University of Bristol) , Kate Hall (Queen Mary University of London) , Rhys Machold (University of Glasgow) , Catherine Chiniara Charrett (University of Westminster) , Nivi Manchanda (Queen Mary University of London) , Paul Higate (University of Bath)
    • 16:45 18:15
      Panel / Presenting, Narrating and Translating Security
      Sponsor: European Journal of International Security
      Convener: Jason Ralph (University of Leeds and EJIS)
      Chair: Jack Holland (University of Leeds)
      Discussant: Nick Robinson (University of Leeds)
      • 'We produce a generation of criminals'. Ambivalent Presentations of the Youth in the War on Drugs
        Author: Euan Raffle (University of Leeds)
      • Genealogising ‘terrorism’ in Northern Ireland: ‘The Northern Ireland problem’ and the roots of contemporary security discourse
        Author: Michael Livesey (University of Sheffield)
      • Queer lives during the Troubles in Northern Ireland: deconstructing the ‘two communities’ model
        Author: Aine Bennett (Royal Holloway University of London)
      • How do political parties translate security? Securitization of Islam from the populist radical Right to the Left
        Author: Ugo Gaudino (University of Kent)
    • 16:45 18:15
      Roundtable / The War in Ukraine: Implications for the World
      Sponsor: War Studies Working Group
      Chair: James Rogers (University of Southern Denmark)
      Participants: Tony King (Warwick University) , Sir Lawrence Freedman (Kings College London) , Caroline Kennedy-Pipe (Loughborough University) , Patrick Bury (Bath)
    • 16:45 18:15
      Panel / The politics of truth in the digital age
      Sponsor: Post-Structural Politics Working Group
      Conveners: Anam Kuraishia (University of Essex) , Seb Bierema (National University of Ireland) , Beatriz Lopes Buarque (University of Manchester) , Peter Stuart Robinson (The Arctic University of Norway ) , Linda Monsees (Institute of International Relations Prague)
      Chair: Ilan Baron (Durham University)
      • Information disorder, fake news and the future of democracy
        Author: Linda Monsees (Institute of International Relations Prague)
      • The dangerous impact of the digitalisation of international politics: The Alt-Right Conspiratorial Regimes of Truth
        Author: Beatriz Lopes Buarque (University of Manchester)
      • Imagining Reality into existence: Castoriadis, Qanon, and the War on Terror
        Author: Seb Bierema (National University of Ireland)
      • Contemporary Epistemic Resistance: Modes of Alternative Truth-construction after Occupy London
        Author: Peter Stuart Robinson (The Arctic University of Norway )
      • Will the ocean biodiversity survive? Sovereign agency, (mis)recognition and the negotiations of the BBNJ treaty
        Author: Georgette Matthews (University of Sydney)
    • 16:45 18:15
      Panel / Transnational perspectives on memory, trauma, and conflict
      Sponsor: Emotions in Politics and International Relations Working Group
      Convener: EPIR Working group
      Chair: Naomi Head (University of Glasgow)
      Discussant: Naomi Head (University of Glasgow)
      • Experiencing COVID19: The Challenge of Mass Deaths for Social Order in a Transnational Context
        Author: Katharine Millar (London School of Economics)
      • Nationalist love: Affect and possibilities of feminist critique
        Author: Anna-Karin Eriksson (Linnaeus University)
      • ‘#Remembrancing isn't just for Poppymas®’: how competing existential anxieties influence the spatial and temporal presentation of British war remembrance.
        Author: Joseph Haigh (University of Warwick)
      • Trauma and the Grip of Emotions: A Comparison of Post-Conflict Attitudes in Georgia and Azerbaijan
        Author: Cesare Figari Barberis (IHEID)
    • 16:45 18:15
      Panel / Working Towards a Just Transition
      Sponsor: Environment Working Group
      Convener: Lynette Shultz (University of Alberta)
      Chair: Lynette Shultz (University of Alberta)
      • Technology fetishism in climate politics: A theoretical account
        Author: Gareth Dale (Brunel University)
      • Education against a futureless future: Youth vision and action for energy justice
        Authors: Lynette Shultz (University of Alberta) , Carrie Karsgaard (University of Alberta)
      • State-public relations in the digital anthropocene
        Author: Audrey Verma (Newcastle University, UK)
    • 18:30 19:30
      Conference event / Inaugural War Studies Keynote: Command on the Falklands War - Professor Sir Lawrence Freedman - Open public event
    • 09:00 10:30
      Roundtable / Can the international peace architecture and liberal interventionism survive?
      Sponsor: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group
      Chair: Birte Vogel (University of Manchester)
      Participants: Roger Mac Ginty (Durham University) , Stefanie Kappler (Durham University) , Oliver Richmond (University of Manchester) , Pogodda Sandra (University of Manchester)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Constructing roles and narratives in interstate relations
      Sponsor: International Relations as a Social Science Working Group
      Conveners: Matthieu Grandpierron (ICES) , Rafael Alexandre Mello (University of Brasilia) , Nino Kemoklidze
      Chair: Matthieu Grandpierron (ICES)
      • Domestic decision-making and Indonesia’s leadership role in the ASEAN Outlook on the Indo-Pacific
        Author: Pia Dannhauer (Griffith University)
      • Revisiting the Analytic Gaze: Entangled Biographies and Knowledge Production in IR
        Author: Siddharth Tripathi (Käte Hamburger Kolleg, University of Duisburg-Essen)
      • Strategic Culture and Othering: The Missing Link in the Construction?
        Author: Dogachan Dagi (University of Warwick)
      • Partnering for Social Capital: Strategic Partnerships in International Politics
        Author: Nihal Kutlu (Fudan University )
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Digital Sovereignty and European Security Integration
      Sponsor: European Security Working Group
      Conveners: Andrew Cottey (University College Cork) , Antonia Niehuss (University of St Andrews) , Nele Marianne Ewers-Peters
      Chair: Tim Stevens (King's College London)
      • Towards A Cyber-Assertive EU? From Technological Sovereignty to International Actorness
        Authors: Andre Barrinha (University of Bath) , George Christou (Warwick University)
      • The Geopolitical Imaginaries of Digital Sovereignty
        Authors: Linda Monsees (Institute of International Relations Prague) , Daniel Lambarch (University of Frankfurt)*
      • Digital Sovereignty and Private Tech: A Historical juncture in European Security Cyber Governance
        Authors: Benjamin Farrand (University of Newcastle) , Helena Farrand Carrapico (Northumbria University)
      • A genealogy of EU cyber security: Expanding the Single Market, nurturing the security industry, and supporting digital sovereignty
        Author: Tobias Liebetrau (CERI, Sciences Po, Paris and Danish Institute for International Studies)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Domestic Politics and US Foreign Policy
      Sponsor: US Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: Julian Schmid (Institute of International Relations Prague)
      Chair: Julian Schmid (Institute of International Relations Prague)
      Discussant: Josef Harrasser (University of Innsbruck)
      • How U.S. Representatives Framed the threat of Iraq prior to the Iraq War?
        Author: Nikolaos Lampas (The American College of Greece, Deree)
      • Thanos vs. The Avengers: Superhero Films as Liberal Counter-Narrative of the Trump Era?
        Author: Julian Schmid (Institute of International Relations Prague)
      • Taking the Public Back Out: Considering Salience in the Study of Public Opinion and Foreign Policy
        Author: Jonny Hall (London School of Economics and Political Science)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / European Strategic Autonomy II
      Sponsor: European Security Working Group
      Convener: Jocelyn Mawdsley (Newcastle University)
      Chair: Andrew Cottey (University College Cork)
      Discussant: Jocelyn Mawdsley (Newcastle University)
      • From Autonomy to Sovereingty - evolving concepts of European actorness
        Author: Michał Rekowski (Jagiellonian University)
      • Rhetoric and (un)reality – does the Strategic Compass point to strategic autonomy?
        Authors: Simon Sweeney (University of York) , Neil Winn (University of Leeds)
      • Marching into battle or extinction? Understanding the existence of the EU Battlegroup Concept
        Author: Laura Chappell
      • Implications of European strategic autonomy for EU-NATO cooperation
        Author: Nele Marianne Ewers-Peters
      • CSDP and Strategic Autonomy in an Era of Transboundary Threats
        Author: Alistair Shepherd (Aberystwyth University)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Forced Migration and Diplomacy: new forms of diplomacy?
      Sponsor: International Politics of Migration, Refugees and Diaspora Working Group
      Convener: Fiona Adamson (SOAS, University of London)
      Chair: Lewis Turner (Newcastle University)
      • Claim-making at the border: Risk profiling and human mobility
        Author: Samah Rafiq (Jawaharlal Nehru University)
      • Bodies in Translation: Forensics, Kinship and the Institutional Complex for the Identification of Migrants Missing at Sea
        Author: Anna Finiguerra (QMUL)
      • The Phenomenon of Aging Population in First World Countries and The Correlation With The Immigration Increase From Third World Countries
        Authors: Nadhif Musyaffa (Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta) , Sayyidah Ilman 'Nisa (University of Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta)*
      • The Politics of Refugee Recognition in Jordan: Hierarchies of Nationality, Race and Labour
        Author: Lewis Turner (Newcastle University)
      • Historicizing the global politics of people in movement: ‘Refugees’, ‘Migrants’ and The League of Nations
        Author: Alice Engelhard (LSE)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / From the pull of the people to geopolitical pressures: contemporary challenges in Russia and Eurasian polities
      Sponsor: Russian and Eurasian Security Working Group
      Conveners: RESG Working group , Precious Chatterje-Doody (Open University)
      Chair: Precious Chatterje-Doody (Open University)
      • Between Giants: Maintaining Independent Foreign Policies in Contemporary Central Asia
        Author: Carl Mohr (Oxford Brookes University)
      • Illiberal movements in authoritarian regimes: endurance tactics of populist nativists in Russia
        Author: Sofia Tipaldou (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow)
      • Exploring the push and pull factors driving the migration of ethnic Russian citizens of Kazakhstan to the Russian Federation since 1991
        Author: Victoria Hudson (King's College London)
      • Listening to the Streets? The Response of Post-Soviet Non-Democratic Regimes to Street Protest
        Author: Katherine Crofts-Gibbons (King's College London)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Roundtable / Global struggles, anti-carceral solidarities and the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Chair: Sharri Plonski (Queen Mary University of London)
      Participants: Elian Weizman (London South Bank University (LSBU)) , Lisa Tilley (SOAS, University of London) , Rhys Machold (University of Glasgow) , Sharri Plonski (Queen Mary University of London) , Somdeep Sen (Roskilde University) , Rafeef Ziadah (Kings College London) , Nivi Manchanda (Queen Mary University of London)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / International Gendered Politics of the Family
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Convener: Lindsay Clark (University of Southampton)
      Chair: Annika Bergman Rosamond (Lund University)
      • Gendered Inheritances: The Figure of the Son-in-Law and the Construction of Empire
        Author: Laura Sjoberg (Royal Holloway, University of London)
      • Gendered silences: absence and presence in the UN System during the COVID pandemic
        Author: Georgina Holmes (Imperial College London)
      • Continuum of Violence: How Stigmatization against Children Born of War affects Sustainable Peace
        Author: Sofie Rose (University of Southern Denmark)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Nuclear weapons in a changing world
      Sponsor: Global Nuclear Order Working Group
      Convener: Laura Considine (University of Leeds)
      Chair: Tom Vaughan (University of Exeter)
      • An Equitable Global Nuclear Order: Bridging the gap Between Great and Middle Nuclear Powers
        Author: Shivani Singh (Aberystwyth University, U.K)
      • Will AUKUS Foster Nuclear Proliferation?
        Author: Alan Kuperman (University of Texas at Austin)
      • The impact of new weapon systems on strategic stability and the debate about nuclear deterrence
        Author: Tom Sauer (Universiteit Antwerpen)
      • Nuclear Proliferation, India and the New World Order: A Study in Nuclear Transitions
        Author: Shounak Set (KCL)
      • Deterrence in the Age of Artificial Intelligence & Autonomy: A paradigm shift in nuclear deterrence theory and practice?
        Author: James Johnson (University of Aberdeen)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Race, Discourse and the Colonial Media
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: Sarah Gharib Seif (University of St Andrews)
      Chair: Jasmine Gani (University of St Andrews)
      • Personal discourses, international selves: belonging, transnationalism, and popular culture in mixed-race identity construction
        Author: Heather Proctor (Newcastle University)
      • Race, gender and the colony in Western media: The case of the representation of Ethiopian model Liya Kebede in mainstream media.
        Author: Gabrielle Bayle (SOAS)
      • The Shaheen Bagh protests: coloniality and epistemic resistance in contemporary BJP India
        Author: Mandeep Sidhu (University of Brighton)
      • 'Jihadi brides' in the limelight: race and gender in UK media
        Author: Sarah Gharib Seif (University of St Andrews)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Regional Development Banks and Governance of Global Crises
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Convener: Stuart Shields (The University of Manchester)
      Chair: Daniela Tepe-Belfrage (University of Liverpool)
      • Bold or bond: understanding the European Investment Bank’s pivot into a climate bank
        Author: Helen Kavvadia (University of Luxembourg)
      • Explaining EIB and EBRD lending activity: agency loss in Central and Eastern Europe?
        Author: Ana Lara Gómez (University of Cantabria)
      • The Humanitarian-Development Nexus: shifts, continuities and tensions in global development finance
        Author: Lama Tawakkol (Queen's University, Canada)
      • Transition to Transition: The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and Egypt’s neoliberalisation
        Author: Stuart Shields (The University of Manchester)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Panel / Security, Identity and Foreign Policy
      Sponsor: Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: FPWG Working group
      Chair: Cornelia Baciu (University of Copenhagen)
      Discussant: Cornelia Baciu (University of Copenhagen)
      • Constructivism, narratology, and the protagonist: US foreign policy in Syria - beyond identity binaries, towards narrative power
        Authors: Jack Holland (University of Leeds) , Xavier Mathieu (University of Liverpool)*
      • Identity and Foreign Policy: The US - North Korea Relations
        Author: Irem Cihan (SOAS)
      • Ontological Security and Responsibility beyond Borders: A Non-Western Perspective from Iran
        Author: Alen Shadunts (University of Oxford )
      • Ideas and Foreign Policy: ‘Global Britain’ infiltrated into the British political system
        Author: Catarina M. Liberato (University of Kent)
      • Individuals in Securitization: An Investigation into Leaders' Attitudes toward Iraq and North Korea
        Author: Alexander Schotthöfer (The University of Edinburgh)
    • 09:00 18:30
      Conference event / The Limits of Safety – A Sound Installation - Find out more on our highlights page https://conference.bisa.ac.uk/highlights’
      Speaker: Michael Mulvihill (Newcastle)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Roundtable / Review of International Studies: Up to Our Necks - International Relations and Existentialism
      Sponsor: Review of International Studies
      Chair: Richard Devetak (University of Queensland)
      Participants: Cian O'Driscoll (ANU) , Andy Hom (University of Edinburgh) , Eileen Hunt (University of Notre Dame) , Rens van Munster (Diis)
    • 10:30 10:45
      Break: SPONSORED BY REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY 15m
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Technology and Future War
      Sponsor: War Studies Working Group
      Conveners: David Galbreath (University of Bath) , Tony King (Warwick University) , Patrick Bury (Bath) , John Alexander (Air Historical Brancb (Royal Air Force))
      Chair: Caroline Kennedy-Pipe (Loughborough University)
      Discussant: Caroline Kennedy-Pipe (Loughborough University)
      • Killer Robots and Supercomputers: back to the future
        Author: Tony King (Warwick University)
      • Understanding JSOC's Transformation: Post-Fordism and the Limits of Networked Warfare
        Author: Patrick Bury (Bath)
      • From Tools to Teammates: Human-Machine Teaming and the Future of Command and Control in the Australian Army
        Authors: David Galbreath (University of Bath) , Farrell Theo (University of Wollongong)* , Alex Neads (University of Bath)*
      • Whither Operational Art in an Era of Systemic Competition, ‘Gray Zone’ threats and Multi-domain Operations
        Author: John Alexander (Air Historical Brancb (Royal Air Force))
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Ethics and World Politics: cutting-edge research
      Sponsor: Ethics and World Politics Working Group
      Convener: Ethics & World Politics Working Group (BISA)
      Chair: Susan Murphy (Trinity College Dublin)
      • Just War Theory in the Post-liberal Order
        Author: James Pattison
      • Reimagining international social ethics: do neoliberal INGOs still stand as sources of normative meaning?
        Author: Marija Antanaviciute (QMUL)
      • Politics of hospitality in the National Health Service: immigration enforcement through the provision of healthcare in England.
        Author: Moises Vieira (University of Manchester)
      • Skeptical Bases of Cicero’s Theory of Just War and “Just Empire” and its Uncritical Reception in Western Political Thought
        Author: Muhammad Ashfaq (University of St Andrews)
      • Hegel's Critique of International Law
        Author: Seán Molloy (University of Kent)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Extractive enclaves and the legacies of spatial inequalities
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: Sharri Plonski (Queen Mary University of London)
      Chair: Lisa Tilley (SOAS, University of London)
      • Touristic Zoopolitics: The continued coloniality of the international
        Authors: Sarah Becklake (Leibniz University Hannover)* , Elisa Wynne-Hughes (Cardiff University)
      • Locating the subjects in a politics of improvement: Rethinking international intervention
        Author: Katarina Kusic (University of Bremen)
      • Stigma reversal in development aid discourse: an analysis of Ethiopian states’ discursive mechanisms
        Author: Gabrielle Bayle (SOAS, University of London)
      • Reckoning with Ruins: Colonial Carceral Debris in Africa
        Author: Laura Routley (Newcastle University)
      • Making sense of the state: citizens and state buildings in South Africa
        Author: Julia Gallagher (SOAS, University of London)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Non-Western involvement in peace- and statebuilding – a shift in norms and practices? Part 2
      Sponsor: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group
      Conveners: Thorsten Bonacker (University of Marburg) , Nadine Ansorg (University of Kent)
      Chair: Thorsten Bonacker (University of Marburg)
      Discussant: Nadine Ansorg (University of Kent)
      • Political influence comes first. Peace- and statebuilding in Timor-Leste amid rising regional competition
        Author: Werner Distler (University of Marburg)
      • The Anglophone Crisis and Non-western Actors: Non-Interference on whose terms?
        Author: Maria Ketzmerick (University of Bayreuth)
      • How Unrecognised States Consolidate Statehood? Bargaining Role in Understanding Sovereignty and Statebuilding Processes
        Author: Dilara Ozbek (University of Kent)
      • The Interlinkages between India’s Strategy at the UN and its policy in Kashmir
        Author: Arshita Nandan (University of Kent)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Pacifism and Survival: Exploring the Readiness to Adopt Violence
      Sponsor: Political Violence, Conflict and Transnational Activism
      Convener: Alexandre Christoyannopoulos (Loughborough University)
      Chair: Alexandre Christoyannopoulos (Loughborough University)
      • Faith in War: Causes and Consequences
        Author: Dobos Ned (UNSW Canberra)
      • A Pacifist Perspective on the Lethal Autonomous Weapons Debate
        Author: Jeremy Moses (University of Canterbury)
      • Deferred Pacifism
        Author: Helen Dexter (University of Leicester)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Past is Present - Tracing Intellectual Histories
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: Sharri Plonski (Queen Mary University of London)
      Chair: Christopher Balcom (York University)
      • “New Humanism” in Marx, Roy, and Fanon
        Author: Christopher Balcom (York University)
      • What (Where, Whose) is Enlightenment? A Conceptual History of Toussaint Louverture’s Republican Ideals
        Author: Taylor Borowetz (SOAS University of London)
      • ‘She is English’: land, people, and modern-colonial capitalism in Latin America
        Author: Luísa Calvete Portela Barbosa
      • Of Histories (Un)Shared: India, Pakistan, and 1857
        Authors: Sridhar Krishnan (SOUTH ASIAN UNIVERSITY, New Delhi) , Mumitha Madhu (South Asian University)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Practices of violence
      Sponsor: Political Violence, Conflict and Transnational Activism
      Conveners: Mark Youngman (University of Portsmouth) , Annamaria Kiss (King's Russia Institute, King's College London)
      Chair: Mark Youngman (University of Portsmouth)
      • Resisting Unjust Aggression: The case for the targeting of security forces during occupations
        Author: Alex Crockett (Durham University)
      • Everyday Resistance as a Complex Adaptive System in Myanmar
        Author: Alex Moodie (Durham University)
      • From leading movements to leading matters: A critical evaluation of leadership in an insurgent movement in the North Caucasus
        Authors: Cerwyn Moore (University of Birmingham) , Mark Youngman (University of Portsmouth)*
      • A Comparative Study of Non-State Violent Drone Use
        Authors: Emil Archambault (University of Ottawa) , Yannick Veilleux-Lepage (Leiden University)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Rethinking world order and the study of state power
      Sponsor: International Relations as a Social Science Working Group
      Conveners: Rafael Alexandre Mello (University of Brasilia) , Matthieu Grandpierron (ICES) , Nino Kemoklidze
      Chair: Nino Kemoklidze
      Discussant: Kevork Oskanian (University of Birmingham)
      • Realism, reckless states, and natural selection
        Author: Matthew Rendall (University of Nottingham)
      • Bypassing the game? Non-players and the necessity of a non-utilitarian analysis of global politics
        Authors: Xavier Guillaume (University of Groningen) , Nicolas Lemay-Hébert (Australian National University)*
      • World-scale problems, the world policy response, and the world order
        Author: Fulvio Attina (University of Catania)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Security, Coloniality and the Policing of Mobility
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Conveners: Joe Turner (University of York) , Terri-Anne Teo (Newcastle University)
      Chair: Joe Turner (University of York)
      Discussant: Joe Turner (University of York)
      • The European Neighbourhood Policy and the unacknowledged Mediterranean colour line
        Author: Itxaso Domínguez De Olazábal
      • Arresting Movement: The Political Economy of Immigration Detention
        Author: Axster Sabrina (Johns Hopkins University)
      • The Architecture of ‘Veillances’
        Author: Terri-Anne Teo (Newcastle University)
      • There is no land beyond the Jungle: Colonialism, Race, and the Politics of (De)materialisation in Calais
        Author: Tarsis Brito (London School of Economics)
      •  Survivors as Knowledge Producers: Using Survivors Stories to identify Implementation Gaps in Anti-Trafficking Policies in Kenya
        Authors: Robin Redhead (Leeds Beckett University) , Radoslaw Malinowski (Haart Kenya)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / Selective Reconstruction: Conceptualising (Re-)Engagement in the Post-Brexit UK-EU Security Relationship (Panel 2)
      Sponsor: European Security Working Group
      Conveners: Helena Farrand Carrapico (Northumbria University) , Benjamin Martill (University of Edinburgh)
      Chair: Arantza Gomez Arana (Birmingham City University)
      • UK-EU Security Relationship after Brexit: Discursive Construction of de-/re-engagement
        Author: Monika Brusenbauch Meislová (Masaryk University)
      • De-institutionalisation and UK Foreign Policy-making: Theorising Brexit-driven Change
        Author: Nicholas Wright (University of Surrey)
      • UK-EU Cybersecurity Relations Post-Brexit: from Special Cooperation to Selectivity and Differentiation
        Authors: Helena Farrand Carrapico (Northumbria University) , George Christou (Warwick University)
      • (Un)Managed (in)security: Divergences and Disengagement in the Regulation of Harmful Content Online in the UK and EU
        Author: Benjamin Farrand (University of Newcastle)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / The International Political Economy of Development
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Convener: IPEG Working group
      Chair: Ben Richardson (University of Warwick)
      • Cursed New States? Post-Independence Divergence in Extreme Rentier States
        Author: Geoffrey Swenson (City, University of London)
      • Latin American Agency and China’s Infrastructure Diplomacy: an analytical framework
        Author: Bruno Binetti (LSE)
      • Neither ‘revisionist’ nor ‘status quo’, both statist and (neo-)liberal institutionalist: China’s comprehensive participating approach in international development finance
        Author: Jue Wang (Leiden University)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / The Role of Actors in Foreign Policy Change
      Sponsor: Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: FPWG Working group
      Chair: Cornelia Baciu (University of Copenhagen)
      Discussant: Cornelia Baciu (University of Copenhagen)
      • Nuclear Proliferation and Foreign Policy: The Case of India
        Authors: Shounak Set (KCL) , Shounak Set (kcl)*
      • The role of historical analogies in Germany's foreign policy toward Russia
        Author: Viktor Savinok
      • Role Theory in Narrow Social Contexts: The Case of Russian Digital Disinformation in British Foreign Policy
        Author: Sean Garrett (University of Bath)
      • A Leader-centered Framework of Major Foreign Policy Change
        Author: Brummer Klaus (Catholic University of Eichstaett-Ingolstadt)
      • Afterglow: The Diplomatic Success of Small States and How to Benefit from It
        Author: Kjell Engelbrekt (Swedish Defence University)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Panel / The cultural politics of empathy in war and memory
      Sponsor: Emotions in Politics and International Relations Working Group
      Convener: Naomi Head (University of Glasgow)
      Chair: Alister Wedderburn (University of Glasgow)
      Discussant: Alister Wedderburn (University of Glasgow)
      • Strange Meetings: Feeling for/with the Enemy in the Long Nineteenth Century
        Author: Holly Furneaux (Cardiff University)
      • Affective landscapes of IR
        Author: Erzsébet Strausz (Central European University)
      • Feeling what for whom? COIN and the politics of empathy in Iraq and Afghanistan
        Author: Naomi Head (University of Glasgow)
      •  Collective punishment and the distortion of accountability: locating empathy in pre-colonial and land-based communities
        Author: Catherine Chiniara Charrett (University of Westminster)
    • 10:45 12:15
      Roundtable / Towards Hybridity in the Protection of Civilians
      Sponsor: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group
      Chair: David Curran (Coventry University)
      Participants: Walt Kilroy (Dublin City University) , Roger Mac Ginty (Durham University) , David Curran (Coventry University)
    • 12:15 13:15
      / Critical Studies in Terrorism working group meeting
    • 12:15 13:15
      Lunch: SPONSORED BY REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY 1h
    • 12:30 13:15
      / BISA 2022 prize giving ceremony Council Chamber
    • 13:15 14:45
      Panel / Global Intersections – The governance of health at the intersection with political economy and the environment
      Sponsor: Global Health Working Group
      Convener: Christopher Long
      Chair: Christopher Long
      • Issues of Access and inequity in Developing Countries of Health Products During Covid-19 and Intellectual Property Regime
        Author: Krishna Kumar Verma (Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi)
      • Global governance of antimicrobial resistance: A transboundary crisis from an international relations perspective
        Author: Feyyaz Baris Celik (University of Surrey)
      • Addressing New Threats in a Pluralist International Order: The UN Security Council’s Response to Health and Climate-related Security Challenges
        Author: Samuel Jarvis (York St John University)
      • The political dynamics of decision-making in the GAVI: how can we understand decision making in the GAVI Board?
        Author: Minju Jung
    • 13:15 14:45
      Panel / Global Defence Policy and Practice.
      Sponsor: War Studies Working Group
      Conveners: Maryam Nazir , Soul Park (University of East Anglia) , Anit Mukherjee (S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS)) , Malte Riemann (Royal Military Academy Sandhurst)
      Chair: Claire Yorke (SDU)
      • Enhancing Democratic Civilian Control and Military Effectiveness: Comparing Defence Reforms in India and Japan
        Authors: Anit Mukherjee (RSIS, NTU, Singapore) , Bhubhindar Singh (S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS))
      • Women In Security Forces
        Author: Maryam Nazir (Department of Political Science, Forman Christian College.)
      • Globalization of Arms Production and Hierarchical Market Economies: Explaining the Transformation of the South Korean Defense Industry
        Authors: Soul Park (University of East Anglia) , Chonghyun Choi (National University of Singapore)*
      • From Occupation to Withdrawal: Territory and Security in Israeli Policy-Making
        Author: Rob Geist Pinfold (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
      • ‘War by Pencil’: Military education programs as remote warfare
        Authors: Malte Riemann (Royal Military Academy Sandhurst) , Norma Rossi (Royal Military Academy Sandhurst)
    • 13:15 14:45
      Panel / Contemporary Views of a Changing World Order
      Sponsor: Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: FPWG Working group
      Chair: Marianna Charountaki (University of Lincoln)
      Discussant: Marianna Charountaki (University of Lincoln)
      • AFRICAN VENTURES REVISITED: UK AND RUSSIA ACTIVITIES COMPARED
        Author: Natalia Piskunova (Moscow State University)
      • Brazilian Diplomatic Capacities and Foreign Policy Aims – On Transient Means and Ends
        Authors: Leticia Pinheiro (IESP-UERJ) , Leandro Wolpert dos Santos*
      • What Went Wrong in Afghanistan? A Strategic Analysis of American War on Terrorism
        Authors: Mudassir Farooqi (Forman Christian College (A Chartered University), Pakistan) , Muhammad Younas (Forman Christian College)*
      • Populism towards Syria: Muslimism, humanitarian discourse, and foreign policy shift in Turkey’s Syria policy in 2011 and 2012
        Author: Tamas Dudlak (Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest)
    • 13:15 14:45
      Panel / Defence reform and military transformation in a changing world: cross-regional approaches to military change
      Sponsor: War Studies Working Group
      Conveners: Mehmet Sahin (King's College London) , Tamiris Santos (UFRGS) , Raphael Lima (King's College London) , Linus Terhorst (King's College London, Defence Studies Department) , Lucie Pebay (University of Bath)
      Chair: Onur Kara (King's College London)
      • Know Thy Enemy? Understanding the Conceptualisation of Insurgents in US COIN Manuals, 2004-2014
        Authors: Alex Waterman (German Institute for Global and Area Studies) , James Worrall (University of Leeds)*
      • Why and how is France Transforming its Land Army? Tensions, Dynamics and the Quest of Balance
        Author: Lucie Pebay (University of Bath)
      • Stakeholder Management in military innovation processes: the case of Germany’s military procurement in the 2010s
        Author: Linus Terhorst (King's College London, Defence Studies Department)
      • Institutional Change in a Post-Authoritarian Military: The Case of Tunisian Military Transformation
        Author: Onur Kara (King's College London)
      • Understanding the Turkish defence offset regulations: Why and how they have changed through the years 2002-2020?
        Author: Mehmet Sahin (King's College London)
    • 13:15 14:45
      Panel / Early warning and mass atrocity prevention
      Sponsor: Intervention and Responsibility to Protect Working Group
      Convener: IR2P Working group
      Chair: Jess Gifkins (University of Manchester)
      • The UN Secretariat’s Early Warning Capacity on Mass Atrocity Crimes: Fit for Purpose?
        Authors: Stephen McLoughlin (Coventry University) , Jess Gifkins (University of Manchester)
      • Muscular Mediation and Ripeness Theory
        Author: Alan Kuperman (University of Texas at Austin)
      • The Responsibility to Protect: the vaccine against mass atrocities?
        Author: María Fernanda Arreguín Gámez (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México)
      • An Ounce of Prevention or a Pound of Reaction: The Responsibility to Protect and Atrocity Prevention
        Author: James Pattison (University of Manchester)
    • 13:15 14:45
      Panel / Feminist Foreign Policy - interrogating a developing idea
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Conveners: Jennifer Thomson (University of Bath) , Clara Eroukhmanoff (LSBU)
      Chair: Clara Eroukhmanoff (LSBU)
      • A Feminist Foreign Policy for NATO is a contradiction in terms
        Authors: Katharine Wright (Newcastle University) , Annika Bergman Rosamond (Lund University)
      • In the name of gender equality: femo-internationalism and the performativity of French feminist diplomacy
        Author: Clara Eroukhmanoff (LSBU)
      • Adjustments or transformations in the foreign policy of Sweden and Chile: The development of Feminist Foreign Policies
        Authors: Jennifer Thomson (University of Bath)* , Leslie Wehner (University of Bath)
    • 13:15 14:45
      Panel / From order to peace? Debating (and comparing) local ordering and actor constellations across Eurasia
      Sponsor: Russian and Eurasian Security Working Group
      Convener: Philipp Lottholz (CRC "Dynamics of Security")
      Chair: Katarina Kusic (University of Bremen)
      Discussant: Katarina Kusic (University of Bremen)
      • Limitations of the local turn: local versus International Organisations' ordering
        Author: Karolina Kluczewska (Ghent Institute for International and European Studies, Ghent University,)
      • From rhetoric to practice – Finnish development aid and gender in Afghanistan
        Author: Ilona Kuusi (Helsinki University)
      • How can international organizations open up to local peace processes? The case of everyday cooperation of Armenians and Azerbaijanis in a borderland of Georgia
        Authors: Anna Kreikemeyer (Insitute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg (IFSH)) , Vadim Romashov (Tampere University)
      • Reclaiming security and infrastructures: The emergence, circulation and discontents of “Safe City” projects
        Author: Philipp Lottholz (CRC "Dynamics of Security")
    • 13:15 14:45
      Panel / Interpreting global politics
      Sponsor: Interpretivism in International Relations Working Group
      Convener: IIRG Working group
      Chair: Ingvild Bode (Associate Professor)
      • ‘It’s the EU’s fault!’ Strategies of blame avoidance in Andrej Babiš’s discourse on the conflict-of-interest case
        Author: Monika Brusenbauch Meislová (Masaryk University)
      • One Sniff is Never Enough: Narcos’ Role in Reaffirming the United States’ Actions in South America and beyond
        Authors: Ryan O'Connor (BCU) , Euan Raffle (University of Leeds)
      • Beyond the Terminator: How imaginaries draw boundaries in the debate about weaponised Artificial Intelligence
        Author: Ingvild Bode (Associate Professor)
      • The Second Act: Brexit Performances at the UN Security Council
        Author: Lauren Rogers
    • 13:15 14:45
      Roundtable / BISA Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group Prize Panel
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Chair: Martin Coward (The University of Manchester)
      Participants: Maia Entwistle (Queen Mary London) , Heba Youssef (University of Brighton) , Sharri Plonski (Queen Mary University of London) , Jenna Marshall (Kings College London) , Asma Abdi (Warwick University)
    • 13:15 14:45
      Roundtable / Race, coloniality and the Women, Peace and Security agenda: Reflections on research and practice
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Chair: Laura Shepherd (University of Sydney)
      Participants: Toni Haastrup (University of Stirling) , Collumba Achilleos-Sarll (University of Birmingham) , Jamie Hagen (Queen's University, Belfast) , Aiko Holvikivi (LSE) , Maria Martin de Almagro (University of Ghent)
    • 13:15 14:45
      Roundtable / Rethinking Pedagogy in Political Economy Room 1
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Chair: Ben Richardson (University of Warwick)
      Participants: Juanita Elias (University of Warwick) , Lena Rethel , Serena Natile (University of Warwick) , Craig Berry (Manchester Metropolitan University) , Hannes Baumann (University of Liverpool)
    • 13:15 14:45
      Panel / Rethinking Security and Solidarity Through Emotions
      Sponsor: Emotions in Politics and International Relations Working Group
      Convener: EPIR Working group
      Chair: Marco Vieira (University of Birmingham)
      Discussant: Marco Vieira (University of Birmingham)
      • (In)Security atmospheres. The affective apparatus of international administrations
        Author: Thorsten Bonacker (University of Marburg)
      • Strategic humour and post-truth public diplomacy: A comparative study of audience reception
        Author: Dmitry Chernobrov (University of Sheffield)
      • Re(story)telling Survival in International Relations: Anxious Humans, Emotional Stories, Magical Methods
        Author: Shambhawi Tripathi (University of St Andrews)
    • 13:15 14:45
      Panel / The politics of emotions in social movements
      Sponsor: Emotions in Politics and International Relations Working Group
      Convener: EPIR Working group
      Chair: Efser Rana Coskun (Social Sciences University of Ankara)
      • Black Lives Matter Movement: Emotions and Protests
        Author: Efser Rana Coskun (Social Sciences University of Ankara)
      • Shame and the solidarity movement for Timor-Leste: the body-in-suffering in the international agenda
        Author: Marcelle Trote Martins (The University of Manchester)
      • Fear, conspiracy narratives and Israeli politics
        Author: Johannes Sauerland (Durham University)
    • 14:45 15:00
      Break: SPONSORED BY REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY 15m
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / (State) Terrorism and violence: Processes of legitimation in (in)security narratives
      Sponsor: Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group
      Conveners: Alice Martini (QMUL) , Tom Pettinger
      Chair: Tom Pettinger
      • Ideologically inspired hate crimes: Victims’ narratives and police officers’ unconscious cognitive biases
        Authors: Raquel da Silva (University of Coimbra) , Catarina Rosa (University of Aveiro)*
      • The Depoliticising Politics of Preventing Violent Extremism in South East Europe
        Author: Magdalena König (University of Groningen)
      • From official secrets to official discourse: how the state came to justify torture
        Author: Lisa Stampnitzky (University of Sheffield)
      • Rhetorical manoeuvres to enable torture: ‘reverse shaming’ and narrative contestation in Spain and the UK
        Author: Frank Foley (King's College London)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Emerging Strategic Trends and Hybrid Warfare
      Sponsor: War Studies Working Group
      Conveners: Joe D'Aquisto (Tallinn University) , Mudassir Farooqi (Forman Christian College (A Chartered University), Pakistan) , David Blagden (University of Exeter)
      Chair: Lucie Pebay (University of Bath)
      Discussant: Lucie Pebay (University of Bath)
      • How has melting of the Arctic ice affected hybrid-warfare activities by Russia?
        Author: Joseph D'Aquisto (Tallinn University)
      • Jihadi Wars, Hybrid Security Threats, and International Security: Hybrid Warfare Approach
        Author: Mudassir Farooqi (Forman Christian College (A Chartered University), Pakistan)
      • How Does Power Converge? Explaining Shifts in Relative Material Capacity
        Author: David Blagden (University of Exeter)
      • The Russian approach to war and conflict: a strategy of indirect actions?
        Author: Tracey German (King's College London)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / British Foreign Policy and Human Rights
      Sponsor: Ethics and World Politics Working Group
      Convener: Grace Livingstone (University of Cambridge)
      Chair: David J. Karp (University of Sussex)
      Discussant: David J. Karp (University of Sussex)
      • Activist Foreign Policy: Merging Practices with Mixed Results
        Author: Jamie Gaskarth (The Open University)
      • Scotland, soft power and human rights policy
        Authors: Kurt Mills (University of Dundee) , Andrea Birdsall (University of Edinburgh)
      • “Hardly a Trumpet Call for Freedom Everywhere!” Margaret Thatcher and the Conservative Reframing of Britain’s Human Rights Agenda
        Author: David Grealy (University of Liverpool)
      • The Foreign Office, human rights and the private sector – A critical analysis of British policy towards the dictatorships of Chile and Argentina, 1973-82
        Author: Grace Livingstone (University of Cambridge)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Communication and messaging of violence
      Sponsor: Political Violence, Conflict and Transnational Activism
      Conveners: Mark Youngman (University of Portsmouth) , Annamaria Kiss (King's Russia Institute, King's College London)
      Chair: Annamaria Kiss (King's Russia Institute, King's College London)
      • Ingroup, outgroup, or ally? An inquiry on the identity content of the People’s Protection Units (YPG) supporters on social media
        Authors: Ozden Melis Ulug (University of Sussex)* , Helin Unal (Clark University)* , Arda Bilgen (University of Warwick)
      • Images as narrative: Analysing how the Islamic State manipulates images for storytelling purposes
        Author: Simon Copeland (Swansea University)
      • Ideology, identity and insurgency in Russia’s North Caucasus
        Author: Mark Youngman (University of Portsmouth)
      • Role of Social Media in Extremism: A Perspective for Understanding 'New' Militancy in Kashmir
        Author: Namita Barthwal (MMAJ Academy of International Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Disrupting the Western intellectual foundations of IR
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: Sharri Plonski (Queen Mary University of London)
      Chair: Jasmine Gani (University of St Andrews)
      • Blood and conspiracy theories: Bringing an analysis of anti-Semitism into IR
        Authors: Darcy Leigh (University of Sussex) , Laura Jung (University of Sussex)
      • Ubuntu and Global Justice
        Author: Katharina Hunfeld (University of St Andrews)
      • The Underside of Order: Race in the Constitution of International Order
        Author: Owen Brown (Northwestern University)
      • Towards a Global Security Studies: what can looking at China tell us about the concept of security?
        Author: Jonna Nyman
      • Politics of Knowledge Production in the Global South: An Analysis of IR in India
        Author: Siddharth Tripathi (Käte Hamburger Kolleg, University of Duisburg-Essen)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / International Institutions and Organisations: Complexity, Bureaucracy, and Funding
      Sponsor: International Law and Politics Working Group
      Convener: Ueli Staeger (Research and Teaching Fellow, University of Geneva)
      Chair: Sarah von Billerbeck (University of Readign)
      • Hybrid Institutional Complexes in Hard Times: Governance Responses to Global Crises
        Authors: Faude Benjamin (Newcastle University) , Kenneth Abbott (Arizona State University)*
      • The Path-dependent Evolution of the Chemical Weapons and Nuclear Non-Proliferation Governance Complexes
        Author: Mette Eilstrup-Sangiovanni (University of Cambridge)
      • Earmarked Funding and the Effectiveness of International Organizations: Evidence From the Food and Agriculture Regime
        Author: Bernhard Reinsberg (University of Glasgow)
      • Funding and Expertise in International Organisations: Multidimensional Mandates and Civilian Staff in UN Peacekeeping
        Authors: Kseniya Oksamytna (City, University of London / King's College London) , Katharina Coleman (The University of British Columbia)* , Jessica Di Salvatore (University of Warwick)* , Sabine Otto (Uppsala University)*
      • Diversified Resource Mobilization and the Agency of International Organization Secretariats: The Case of the African Union
        Author: Ueli Staeger (Research and Teaching Fellow, University of Geneva)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Material Politics and the circuits of colonial relations
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: Sharri Plonski (Queen Mary University of London)
      Chair: Patrick Vernon (University of Birmingham)
      • Saving Civilians at the End of the World: A Queer Analysis of House of Commons Debates on Humanitarian Intervention
        Author: Patrick Vernon (University of Birmingham)
      • The Disciplining of Marginalized Groups Through Tear Gas
        Author: Shala Cachelin (University of Westminster)
      • Curating within Cyberspace: Museum of Material Memory and the Politics of Display
        Authors: Sridhar Krishnan (South Asian University, New Delhi) , Mumitha Madhu (South Asian University)
      • 'We are just like you!’ Obscuring German colonialism through transiting Indigenous bodies
        Author: Doerthe Rosenow (Oxford Brookes University)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Participation and Protection in Security
      Sponsor: European Journal of International Security
      Convener: Jason Ralph (University of Leeds and EJIS)
      Chair: Laura Considine (University of Leeds)
      Discussant: Jason Ralph (University of Leeds and EJIS)
      • Doing Women, Peace and Security”: challenges and opportunities in mainstreaming a gender perspective in EU CSDP missions
        Author: Marion Greziller (University of Manchester)
      • Swapping 'the barracks' for 'the cabinet': Military political participation in the Bolsonaro administration
        Authors: Ricardo Barbosa (University of Brasilia) , Cortinhas Juliano (University of Brasilia)*
      • Rising Powers and Human Protection: Understanding China’s Normative Contestation regarding Atrocity Prevention
        Author: Qiaochu Zhang
      • Foreign Fighters and Group Cohesion
        Author: Nicola Mathieson (Australian National University)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Procuring together, procuring more efficiently? European states and defence procurement in the 21st century
      Sponsor: European Security Working Group
      Conveners: Locatelli Andrea (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart Milan, Italy) , Lorenzo Cladi (University of Plymouth)
      Chair: Nele Marianne Ewers-Peters
      • Team FCAS vs Team Tempest: Why the new EU defence initiatives will not prevent the persistent fragmentation of the European defence market
        Author: Antonio Calcara (University of Antwerp)
      • Cooperation you don’t expect: explaining collaborative procurement in the EU
        Authors: Lorenzo Cladi (University of Plymouth) , Andrea Locatelli (Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan, Italy)
      • Europeans in Space: A comparative study of the Supra-nationalization of Critical Security Infrastructure
        Author: Nettles Adam (University of Milan, Italy)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Remembrance, War and Peace: Critical Approaches to Violence and Militarism
      Sponsor: Post-Structural Politics Working Group
      Conveners: Jeffrey Whyte (University of Manchester) , Uygar Baspehlivan (University of Bristol) , Henrique Tavares Furtado (University of the West of England)
      Chair: Henrique Tavares Furtado (University of the West of England)
      • Remembering Production: Favela Museums, Building, and the Production of Space
        Authors: Matt Davies (Newcastle University) , Renata Summa (International Relations Institute, PUC-Rio)*
      • Gender as an Analytic Lens for Agonistic Peace
        Author: Emma Murphy (University College Dublin)
      • Grieveable life in arms and aviation: mapping Boeing’s social media response to the March 2019 Ethiopian Airlines crash
        Authors: Natalie Jester (University of Gloucestershire) , Emma Dolan (University of Limerick)
      • Discursive Helix: The construction of the conditions of possibility for military interventions
        Author: Ryan O'Connor (BCU)
      • Conflicting Trajectories or Binding Ties? Situating Overlapping Regionalism Along a Continuum of Liminality, Ontological Security and Agonistic Pluralism
        Author: Antony Horne (University of Portsmouth)
    • 15:00 16:30
      Panel / Rethinking research practices in IR
      Sponsor: International Relations as a Social Science Working Group
      Conveners: Matthieu Grandpierron (ICES) , Rafael Alexandre Mello (University of Brasilia) , Nino Kemoklidze
      Chair: Cerwyn Moore (University of Birmingham)
      • Discovering Case Studies in Global Politics
        Author: Cerwyn Moore (University of Birmingham)
      • An intimate theatre of war
        Authors: Alice Cree (Newcastle University) , Hannah West (Newcastle University)
      • The Global Regulation of Social Science Research: Ethical Scandals and Rule Indeterminacy in Institutionalized Ethical Review
        Author: Rebecca Tapscott
    • 16:30 16:45
      Break: SPONSORED BY REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY 15m
    • 16:45 18:15
      Panel / Global Governance, International Organization, and Emerging Technologies
      Sponsor: International Studies and Emerging Technologies Working Group
      Conveners: Odilile Ayodele , Asaf Alibegovic (Heidelberg University) , Mabda Haerunnisa Fajrilla (The London School of Economics and Political Science)
      Chair: Theo Westphal (University of Sheffield)
      • Can the BRICS provide an inclusive alternative for global data governance?
        Author: Odilile Ayodele (University of Johannesburg)
      • Setting the scene: (de-)constructing the AI revolution in security and warfare
        Author: Hendrik Huelss (University of Southern Denmark)
      • Autonomous Warfare: Exploring EU and NATO strategic challenges and opportunities resulting from the development and use of lethal autonomous weapon systems.
        Author: Isaac Bennett (University College Dublin)
      • Catalytic Nuclear War in the Age of Artificial Intelligence & Autonomy
        Author: James Johnson (University of Aberdeen)
      • Mapping the Virtual: Constructing Regions through the Cyberspace
        Author: Mabda Haerunnisa Fajrilla Sidiq (The London School of Economics and Political Science)
    • 16:45 18:15
      Panel / International approaches to peace and conflict
      Sponsor: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group
      Convener: PKPBG Working group
      Chair: PKPBG Working group
      • What Accounts for the Gap Between UK Development Policy and Actual Aid Commitments in Conflict-Affected States
        Author: Melita Lazell (University of Portsmouth)
      • The security development nexus at a crossroads: Examining the UK government’s evolving response to conflict since 2015
        Authors: Oliver Walton (University of Bath) , Andrew Johnstone (University of Bath)*
      • Complexities of international mediation at sub-regional levels in Africa: Lessons from South Sudan
        Author: Ibrahim Magara (Loughborough University)
    • 16:45 18:15
      Panel / Politics of International Law
      Sponsor: International Law and Politics Working Group
      Convener: Andrea Birdsall (University of Edinburgh)
      Chair: Natasha Kuhrt (King's College London)
      • We are all Chinese: a constructivist norm contestation perspective on China’s assimilationist ethnic minority policy and national identity-building
        Authors: Cecilia Ducci (University of Bologna) , Pak Lee (University of Kent)
      • Why Ordinary People Care About International Law
        Authors: Janina Dill (University of Oxford) , Benjamin Valentino (Dartmouth College )*
      • The Rule of Law and State Capacity: Exploring Varieties of International Authoritarianism
        Author: Rebecca Tapscott
      • Russian Foreign Policy and the International Law in 1990s versus 2000s: Using, Misusing, or Creating a New Norm?
        Author: Natalia Piskunova (Moscow State University)
    • 16:45 18:15
      Panel / Practices of Violence and Control in the Middle East
      Sponsor: Conference/Management
      Convener: Lewis Turner (Newcastle University)
      Chair: Lewis Turner (Newcastle University)
      • On life support or supporting life? Counter wounding and care-as-politics in the Gaza Strip
        Author: Craig Jones (Newcastle University)
      • Psychic Force of Security: Analogue Surveillance, Informant Activities, and the Psychological Warfare in Security States
        Author: Deniz Yonucu (Newcastle University)
      • Relations of Care Amidst Military Bombings and COVID-19: Making and unmaking bonds of care in Gaza
        Authors: Silvia Pasquetti (Newcastle University) , Jemima Repo (Newcastle University) , Hala Shoman (Newcastle University)
      • The deferred violence of aerial assaults on Gaza
        Author: Mark Griffiths (Newcastle University)
    • 16:45 18:15
      Panel / Practising Peacekeeping: Experiences of Peacekeepers and Beyond
      Sponsor: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group
      Conveners: Anne Flaspöler (Durham University) , Jutta Bakonyi (Durham University)
      Chair: Anne Flaspöler (Durham University)
      Discussant: Marco Jowell (FCDO)
      • Quantum Leap: Ireland’s evolutionary role in Peacekeeping Operations at the Cusp of the 21st Century
        Author: Rory Finegan (Maynooth University )
      • African Peacekeeping
        Authors: Jonathan Fisher (University of Birmingham) , Nine Wilén (Lund University)
      • Peacekeepers and everyday doctrine negotiations in an age of the 'robust turn'
        Author: Louise Wiuff Moe (University of Southern Denmark)
    • 16:45 18:15
      Panel / Rethinking Emancipation
      Sponsor: International Relations as a Social Science Working Group
      Conveners: Giorgio Shani (International Christian University) , Hartmut Behr (Newcastle University)
      Chair: Hartmut Behr (Newcastle University)
      • What is an Emancipatory Peace?
        Author: Oliver Richmond (University of Manchester)
      • Conspiracy theories as pseudo-emancipatory theories of power
        Author: Philip Conway (Durham Univserity)
      • Rethinking Emancipation in a Critical IR
        Author: Hartmut Behr (Newcastle University)
    • 16:45 18:15
      Panel / The Diverse Politics of Secession
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: Naosuke Mukoyama (University of Cambridge)
      Chair: Naosuke Mukoyama (University of Cambridge)
      • Anxious for territory. Territorial claims of unrecognised states as an ontological routine
        Author: Dominik Sipinski (Central European University)
      • Oil and the deadline for independence: Unfinished decolonization and preemptive secessionism
        Author: Naosuke Mukoyama (University of Cambridge)
      • Now is not the time! Discourse of Theresa May and Boris Johnson vis-à-vis the second Scottish independence referendum
        Author: Monika Brusenbauch Meislová (Masaryk University)
    • 16:45 18:15
      Roundtable / The Ethics and Politics of 'Harm'
      Sponsor: Ethics and World Politics Working Group
      Chair: James Pattison (University of Manchester)
      Participants: Owen Thomas (University of Exeter) , David J. Karp (University of Sussex) , Alex Hoseason (Aston University) , Lara Montesinos Coleman (University of Sussex) , Eric Heinze (Queen Mary)
    • 16:45 18:15
      Panel / The Power of Narratives: Russia’s Strategic Narratives of Identity and Crises
      Sponsor: Russian and Eurasian Security Working Group
      Convener: Valentina Feklyunina (Newcastle University)
      Chair: Benjamin Faude (Newcastle University)
      • News media use and (in)security: An assessment of threats and vulnerabilities in Ukraine’s peripheral regions
        Author: Joanna Szostek (Glasgow University)
      • Views in the news: Othering and threat construction on RT
        Author: Precious Chatterje-Doody (Open University)
      • RT UK and Its Coverage of the 2019 British General Elections: Ambitious Goals and Modest Results
        Author: Vitaly Kazakov (Manchester University)
      • How do international audiences psychologically respond to Russian state-sponsored media narratives about their state? An experimental study
        Author: Aiden Hoyle (University of Amsterdam)
      • Strategic Narratives of Victories and Defeats: Russia’s Engagement with Afghanistan
        Author: Valentina Feklyunina (Newcastle University)
    • 16:45 18:15
      Roundtable / The academic-practitioner nexus: what can we learn?
      Sponsor: Learning and Teaching Working Group
      Chair: Andrew Dorman (Chatham House)
      Participants: Tracey German (King's College London) , Jasmine Gani (University of St Andrews)
    • 16:45 18:15
      Panel / Understanding transnational violent and non-violent activism and its challenges
      Sponsor: Political Violence, Conflict and Transnational Activism
      Conveners: Mark Youngman (University of Portsmouth) , Annamaria Kiss (King's Russia Institute, King's College London)
      Chair: Mark Youngman (University of Portsmouth)
      Discussant: Cerwyn Moore (University of Birmingham)
      • Muslim Transnational Charities in the Age of ISIS and Counter-terrorism
        Author: Kadhum Oula (University of Birmingham)
      • Explaining the Absence of Jihadi Mobilisation among Georgian Azeris
        Author: Aleksandre Kvakhadze (University of Birmingham)
      • Football and Palestinian identity abroad: the cases of Palestino and Al-Wihdat
        Author: Francesco Belcastro (University of Derby)
      • Understanding Russian perceptions of transnational armed mobilisation
        Author: Annamaria Kiss (King's Russia Institute, King's College London)
      • Questioning Violences of Gendered (In)Visibility in the TPA-CAA-NRC-NPR
        Author: Q Manivannan (PhD Candidate, University of St Andrews)