BISA 2023 Conference

Europe/London
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Welcome to the event management area for #BISA2023. Here you can make submissions for our conference in Glasgow. We look forward to welcoming you at BISA 2023.

 

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    • 5:30 PM 8:00 PM
      Conference event / Uncomfortable histories: decolonising our universities? - Although this is open to all conference delegates you need to register in advance to attend at https://www.bisa.ac.uk/events/uncomfortable-histories-decolonising-our-universities Yudowitz Lecture Theatre, Wolfson Medical Building, University of Glasgow
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Assessing Military Transformation: Comparative Perspectives Tay, Hilton
      Sponsor: War Studies Working Group
      Convener: WSWG Working group
      Chair: Patrick Bury (University of Bath)
      • Formative Experiences & Upcoming Challenges: The Impact of Operational Experiences on French Army Innovation
        Author: Lucie Pebay (University of Bath)
      • The Differentiated Diffusion of NATO Lessons-Learned Best-Practice: Military Learning in the Netherlands and Ukraine
        Authors: Tom Dyson (Royal Holloway College, University of London) , John Tull (Royal Holloway College, University of London)*
      • Politics, the Media, and the Bifurcation of the American Military
        Author: Stephen Grenier (Johns Hopkins University)
      • Inspiring Transformation: Exploring Commanders' Role in Driving Military Organizations' Redesign Using All-Female Military Units
        Author: Cristina Fontanelli (University of Genoa)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Critical Approaches to Feminist Foreign Policy: Colonial Logics, Hierarchies, Care and Anti-Genderism Spey, Hilton
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Convener: Annika Bergman Rosamond (University of Edinburgh)
      Chair: Columba Achilleos-Sarll (University of Birmingham)
      • The Postcolonial Feminist Take on Feminist Foreign Policy Analysis
        Author: Neha Tetali (Trinity College Dublin)
      • Feminist Foreign Policy for India? Conversing with the Anti-Imperial Past
        Author: Khushi Singh Rathore (Jawaharlal Nehru University)
      • Feminist Foreign Policy, Colonial Logics, and Normative Hierarchies: Perspectives from India
        Author: Singh Shweta (South Asian University)
      • Complicating France’s feminist diplomacy narrative by examining the national context: the Republican model, the racialization of gender equality, and rising anti-genderism
        Author: Clara Eroukhmanoff (LSBU)
      • Exceptional Feminist States: The Paradox of Canadian and Swedish Narratives of Global “Care” and Indigenous Injustice
        Authors: Jessica Cheung (Freie Universität Berlin)* , Annika Bergman Rosamond (University of Edinburgh) , Georgia de Leeuw*
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Emerging Technologies and the future of IR Dee, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Studies and Emerging Technologies Working Group
      Convener: ISET
      Chair: Lesley Masters (Nottingham Trent University)
      • Cyber Power: conceptual relevance and strategic purpose
        Author: Andre Barrinha (University of Bath)
      • Building Trust in the Age of Virtual Negotiations
        Author: Ilan Manor (The University of Oxford)
      • Imagining New Futures in Cyberspace: Unsettling Geographies of Metaphor
        Author: Sulagna Basu (University of Sydney)
      • Cyberspace sovereignty in practice – a comparative case study of the EU’s and China’s regulations of cloud computing technology
        Authors: Theo Westphal (University of Sheffield) , Ruoxi Wang (University of St Andrews)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / From the Domestic to the International in the Middle East and Asia Carron, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Studies of the Mediterranean, Middle East & Asia Working Group
      Convener: Imad El-Anis (Nottingham Trent University)
      Chair: Imad El-Anis (Nottingham Trent University)
      • Climate Change (Semi-)Rentierism in Jordan: saving the environment, supporting society and stabilising the regime?
        Authors: Imad El-Anis (Nottingham Trent University)* , Marianna Poberezhskaya (Nottingham Trent University)
      • How is Xi Jinping nationalising the curriculum? A decade of compulsory moral education in China
        Author: Anca Crowe (Institute of Education, UCL)
      • Contentious Hydropolitics in the Middle East: Power Asymmetry and Environmental Shifts in the Euphrates-Tigris River Basin
        Author: Eyup Ersoy (King's College London)
      • Non-Western Experiences in Global Normative Governance: Turkish governmental and NGO participation in the ECOSOC
        Authors: Husrev Tabak* , Ali Onur Ozcelik* , Kadri Kaan Renda (Hacettepe University) , Gurhan Unal*
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Grief and Memory in the Pandemic and Post-Pandemic world Endrick, Hilton
      Sponsor: Emotions in Politics and International Relations Working Group
      Conveners: Karin Fierke (University of St. Andrews) , Roxani Krystalli (University of St Andrews)
      Chair: Naomi Head (University of Glasgow)
      Discussant: Naomi Head (University of Glasgow)
      • Colonialism and Climate Change: Historical Trauma, Ungrieved Grief and Recovering a Future for Children
        Authors: Nicola Mackay , Karin Fierke (University of St. Andrews)
      • The premature ‘after’? Post-mortem, post-pandemic, post-conflict
        Author: Roxani Krystalli (University of St Andrews)
      • Transnationalising Memory? Nationalisation and the Pursuit of Accountability in Covid-19
        Authors: Yuna Han (University of Oxford)* , Katharine Millar (London School of Economics)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / International Political Economy of Trade Don, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Convener: Ben Richardson (University of Warwick)
      Chair: Ben Richardson (University of Warwick)
      • Labour Rights in UK Trade Policy: Mapping the Workers Who Matter
        Author: Ben Richardson (University of Warwick)
      • The Cultural Foundations of UK Trade Policy
        Authors: Silke Trommer (University of Manchester) , James Scott (King’s College London)*
      • I Heard it Through the (Trade) Grapevine: Explaining the Evolution of Ideas in Global Trade Governance
        Authors: Erin Hannah (King's University College at the University of Western Ontario) , Tyler Girard (Purdue University)*
      • The Performativity of UK Trade Negotiations with the EU
        Authors: Gabriel Siles-Brügge (University of Warwick) , Tony Heron (University of York)*
      • Is There No Alternative? The MERCOSUR-EU Trade Agreement and Avenues for Resistance in the Global Political Economy
        Author: Asha Herten-Crabb (London School of Economics and Political Science)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / International criminal law, atrocity and accountability Ledmore, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Law and Politics Working Group
      Convener: Andrea Birdsall (University of Edinburgh)
      Chair: Andrea Birdsall (University of Edinburgh)
      • Ecocide: A 21st Century International Crime in the Making?
        Author: Suwita Hani Randhawa (University of the West of England)
      • Preliminary examinations and the symbolic power of the ICC
        Author: Carolina Carvalho (University of Coimbra (School of Economics))
      • IHL and the regulation of large-scale criminal violence
        Author: Miriam Bradley (Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals (IBEI))
      • The Crime of Aggression: A Major Challenge to Inclusive Rule-Based Global Order on Human Rights
        Author: Muhammad Ashfaq (University of St Andrews)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Memory, Narratives, and Perceptions in World Politics Kinloch, Hilton
      Sponsor: Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: FPWG Working group
      Chair: Nicola Chelotti (University of Loughborough)
      • The Interplay Between Strategic Narratives and Events in Conflicts: Evidence from the Indo-Naga Conflict
        Authors: Alex Waterman (German Institute for Global and Area Studies)* , Ryan O'Connor (BCU)
      • Signalling and Perception in Australia and New Zealand’s Pacific Policy
        Author: Patrick Koellner (GIGA and University of Hamburg)
      • Right-wing populist contestation of the liberal international order
        Authors: Anna Wojciuk (University of Warsaw) , Maciej Górecki (University of Warsaw)*
      • Traditions, Dilemmas, and Emergence: An Interpretive Narrative Approach to Foreign Policy Roles
        Author: Sean Garrett (University of Bath)
      • Discipline through controversy: Constructing public perceptions through foreign policy 'talk'
        Authors: Joe Gazeley (University of St Andrews) , Daniel Mobley (University of Edinburgh)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / New approaches to state formation in Africa Lochay, Hilton
      Sponsor: Africa and International Studies Working Group
      Convener: AISG Working group
      Chair: Peter Brett (Queen Mary, University of London)
      • Surrealizing the State: Understanding Absurdity and States at Work in Africa
        Authors: Stephen Forcer (University of Glasgow)* , Laura Martin (University of Nottingham)
      • Against the Social Contract: The Somaliland Social Covenant as a Horizontal Model of Fellowship
        Author: Matthew Gordon (SOAS, University of London)
      • Voluntary state-building in Africa: coproduction and contestation through unpaid labour
        Authors: Fathima Azmiya Baburdeen (Technical University Mombasa)* , Kathy Dodworth (University of Edinburgh)
      • External influence on political transformation in Africa- The international dimension of political settlement analysis
        Authors: Georg Lammich (University Duisburg-Essen) , Christof Hartmann (University Duisburg-Essen)
      • Libya's Quest For Democracy: "Won the War But Lost the Peace"
        Author: Akram Raza (Jamia Millia Islamia)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Past, future and the present practice of critique in IR Almond, Hilton
      Sponsor: Contemporary Research on International Political Theory Working Group
      Convener: CRIPT Working group
      Chair: Katharina Hunfeld (University of St Andrews)
      • Morgenthau’s thought on racial justice in America and why it matters
        Authors: Felix Roesch (Coventry University)* , Haro Karkour (Cardiff University)
      • Critical Theory and IR in Retrospect
        Author: Andrew Davenport (Aberystwyth University)
      • Avoiding our Dystopian Future: What we can learn from a dystopian lens of analysis
        Author: Aristidis Victor Agoglossakis Foley (University of St Andrews)
      • Construct Aggregate Status from Niches: Status: Addressing the Aggregation Problem in International Status Politics
        Author: Pengqiao Lu (McGill University)
      • Fifth column politics in international hierarchies: ‘internal liminals’ in-between Russia and the West
        Author: Anni Roth Hjermann (University of Cambridge)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Responding to Outrage 1: Apologies, Inquiries, Commemoration, Scandal, and Truth and Reconciliation Argyll, Marriott
      Sponsor: Post-Structural Politics Working Group
      Convener: Jamie Johnson (University of Leicester)
      Chair: Jamie Johnson (University of Leicester)
      Discussant: Jamie Johnson (University of Leicester)
      • Scandals and the Politics of Justice
        Author: Ana Flamind (University of Groningen)
      • Apologies as Banal Nationalism
        Author: Tom Bentley (University of Aberdeen)
      • Global Culture Wars
        Author: Liam Stanley (University of Sheffield)
      • Gendering the Politics of Accountability vs. Obscurity
        Authors: Natalie Jester (University of Gloucestershire) , Emma Dolan (University of Limerick)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Roundtable / Retaining the ‘critical’ in Critical Terrorism Studies: is it possible? Ewing, Marriott
      Sponsor: Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group
      Chair: Rabea Khan (Liverpool John Moores University)
      Participants: Asim Qureshi (CAGE) , Rabea Khan (Liverpool John Moores University) , Anna Meier (University of Nottingham) , Kodili Chukwuma (Durham University) , Sarah Gharib Seif (University of St. Andrews)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Seeing South East Europe Drummond, Marriott
      Sponsor: South East Europe Working Group
      Conveners: Miranda Loli (TU Darmstadt) , Lydia Cole (University of Sussex)
      Chair: Catherine Baker (University of Hull)
      • Selly joins the Romanian Land Forces: The Visual and Humour Politics of Military Recruitment on NATO’s Eastern Flank
        Author: Sorana-Cristina Jude (Newcastle University)
      • The Art of Witness: Interventions in the Visual Political Economy of Wartime Sexual Violence in Bosnia-Herzegovina
        Author: Lydia Cole (University of Sussex)
      • Seeing and Listening Otherwise: Rave Aesthetics and the Multisensorial Politics of/in War
        Author: Maria-Adriana Deiana (Queen's University Belfast)
      • Telling the Story they Want to Hear? Outside Influences on Artists in Moldova
        Author: Giovanna Di Mauro (Defence Academy, KCL)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Roundtable / The (absolute) state of the discipline: Expertise, engagement, ethics and Russia’s war on Ukraine Clyde, Hilton
      Sponsor: Russian and Eurasian Security Working Group
      Chair: Natasha Kuhrt (King's College London)
      Participants: Precious Chatterje-Doody (Open University) , Maxine David (Leiden University) , Bohdana Kurylo (UCL) , Stephen Hall (University of Bath)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Through the lens of Struggle QE1, Marriott
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: CPD Working group
      Chair: Sharri Plonski (Queen Mary University of London)
      • Decolonial Solidarity Activism: A Practical Survey across Four Cases of Settler-Colonialism
        Author: Leonie Fleischmann (City University of London)
      • Relationship-Based Resistance: Indigenous Women's Agency under Authoritarian Rule in Thailand and Burma
        Author: Hannah El Silimy (University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa)
      • Jewish-Israeli Activists for Palestinian Rights: Relationality, Intimacy, and the Daily Praxis of De(Colonization)
        Author: Alice Baroni (Geneva Graduate Institute)
      • Imagining a Belonging: Muslim Women’s Identity and Politics
        Authors: Rubina Jasani (University of Manchester)* , Rohi Jehan (University of Manchester)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / US Grand Strategy: Domestic Sources and Regional Applications Waverley, Marriott
      Sponsor: US Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: Andrew Payne (University of Oxford)
      Chair: Andrew Payne (University of Oxford)
      • Living Systems Thinking in the US Army’s Maneuver Warfare
        Author: Tom Furse (City, University of London)
      • The Pivot(s) after the Pivot: Trump, Biden, and America’s Indo-Pacific Policy
        Authors: Macy Palbaum (Colorado State University)* , Peter Harris (Colorado State University)
      • Retrenchment Begins at Home: Domestic Constraints on Restraint in the Middle East
        Author: Andrew Payne (University of Oxford)
      • Developing Digital ‘Peripheries’ for Strategic Advantage: A Comparative Analysis of American, EU, and Chinese Projects in Africa
        Author: Julia Carver (University of Oxford)
      • Promoting the Rule of Law as US Foreign Policy
        Author: Geoffrey Swenson (City, University of London)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / What is the future of peacebuilding aiming at transforming violence? Tweed, Hilton
      Sponsor: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group
      Conveners: Nadine Ansorg (University of Kent) , Thorsten Bonacker (University of Marburg)
      Chair: Nadine Ansorg (University of Kent)
      • Critical Assessment of the UNs role in peacebuilding Kashmir: Challenges, Obstacles, and opportunities
        Author: Arshita Nandan (University of Kent)
      • Peacebuilding as Violence Diffusion instead of Violence Transformation?
        Author: Werner Distler (University of Groningen)
      • UN Peacebuilding Efforts for Lasting and Just Peace: Considerations on UN’s Framework in the Context of Restorative Justice
        Author: Giulia Grillo (University of Kent)
      • International Peacebuilding in Atmospheres of Violence
        Author: Thorsten Bonacker (University of Marburg)
      • Trust in state security institutions in post-war environments: the role of international organisations
        Author: Nadine Ansorg (University of Kent)
    • 10:30 AM 10:45 AM
      Refreshment break: SPONSORED BY REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY (RIPE) 15m
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Clubs, coalitions, and contradictions in the global nuclear order Clyde, Hilton
      Sponsor: Global Nuclear Order Working Group
      Convener: Megan Dee (University of Stirling)
      Chair: Hassan Elbahtimy (King's College London)
      Discussant: Hassan Elbahtimy (King's College London)
      • Birds of feather flock to Vienna? Analyzing states’ positions on TPNW
        Author: Michal Onderco (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
      • Minilateralism and the NPT
        Author: Megan Dee (University of Stirling)
      • Verify to Trust? – how does trust figure in nuclear verification proposals?
        Authors: Leonardo Bandarra (Universität Duisburg-Essen) , Carmen Wunderlich (Universität Duisburg-Essen)* , Lena Herholz (Universität Duisburg-Essen)*
      • Veto Players, Treaty Effectiveness, and Multilateral Nuclear Arms Control
        Author: Stephen Herzog (ETH Zurich/Harvard Kennedy School)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Roundtable / Contemporary Reflections on Critical Terrorism Studies Argyll, Marriott
      Sponsor: Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group
      Chair: André Saramago (University of Coimbra)
      Participants: Raquel Silva (ISCTE-IUL) , Elisabeth Schweiger (University of York) , N/A , Julian Schmid (Central European University)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Emotions, social movements and resistance Ewing, Marriott
      Sponsor: Emotions in Politics and International Relations Working Group
      Convener: EPIR Working group
      Chair: Alister Wedderburn (University of Glasgow)
      • How emotional resource exchange combat violence against protestors in social movement? A case study of women’s empowerment in anti-extradition movement in Hong Kong
        Author: Fiona Wong (University Of Edinburgh)
      • Feeling the Heat? Transnational Climate Elites Emotional Persuasion
        Author: Philippe Beauregard (University of Aberdeen)
      • Black Lives Matter Movement: Emotions and Protests
        Author: Efser Rana Coskun (Social Sciences University of Ankara)
      • Cucktales: Race, Sex, and Enjoyment in the Reactionary Memescape
        Author: Uygar Baspehlivan (University of Bristol)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Exploring structures of power in space Waverley, Marriott
      Sponsor: Astropolitics Working Group
      Convener: Sarah Lieberman (Canterbury Christ Church University)
      Chair: Sarah Lieberman (Canterbury Christ Church University)
      Discussant: Sarah Lieberman (Canterbury Christ Church University)
      • Space Technology as a Centrepiece for Strengthening Nigeria’s Regional Influence and Addressing Domestic Challenges
        Author: Kehinde Abolarin (Canterbury Christ Church University)
      • A Scramble for the Stars? Current efforts at space colonization in the context of renewed Great Power Competition
        Author: adam nettles (Università degli Studi di Milano)
      • Structural racism in outer space
        Author: Laura Cashman (Canterbury Christ Church University)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Global Health Governance and Human Values - Equality, Civil Society, and COVID-19 Drummond, Marriott
      Sponsor: Global Health Working Group
      Convener: GHWG Working group
      Chair: Christopher Long (University of Sussex)
      Discussant: Christopher Long (University of Sussex)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / India's Conflicts and Its Quest for Power Carron, Hilton
      Sponsor: BISA
      Convener: BISA
      Chair: T.V. Paul (McGill University)
      • Indo-European Partnership in the Post-Covid Era: How Mutual Complementarities and Strategic Expediency can help sustain the Democratic World Order?
        Author: Gaurav Bilthariya (Jamia Millia Islamia)
      • Theories on Status and India's Search for Major Power Status
        Author: T.V. Paul (McGill University)
      • Rethinking the Status-Quo Drivers in Entrenched Conflicts: Kashmir and the Matrix of Legitimacy
        Author: Nitasha Kaul (University of Westminster)
      • Theorising Conflict between India and China in the 21st century: A case study of the Galwan Valley Crisis
        Author: Krishna Kumar Verma (Jawaharlal Nehru University)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / NGOs and civil society: navigating a hostile and impoverished world Endrick, Hilton
      Sponsor: Non-Governmental Organisations Working Group
      Convener: Angela Crack (University of Portsmouth)
      Chair: Ellen Gutterman (York University (Toronto, Canada))
      • Unique data, divergent values: international humanitarian organizations' variational uses of biometrics
        Author: Caglar Acikyildiz (UPF & IBEI)
      • International humanitarian action in the context of organized criminal violence in Mexico
        Author: Miriam Bradley (Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals (IBEI))
      • Transforming or undermining the struggle? A comparative study of service delivery and civil society action in conflict-affected regions
        Authors: Oliver Walton (University of Bath) , Wali Aslam (University of Bath)*
      • Leave no one behind? Addressing linguistic exclusion in international development work
        Authors: Angela Crack (University of Portsmouth) , Michael Chasukwa (University of Malawi)*
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Ontological Security Studies in IR: Theory, Methods, and Approaches Ledmore, Hilton
      Sponsor: Emotions in Politics and International Relations Working Group
      Convener: Bruno de Seixas Carvalho (University of Birmingham)
      Chair: Marco Vieira (University of Birmingham)
      • For a transhumanist approach to ontological security: desire-machines and the becoming-Britain of the ocean, and the ocean-becoming of Britain
        Author: Bruno de Seixas Carvalho (University of Birmingham)
      • Transforming to Survive: The Role of OST in Shaping French Army Transformation
        Author: Lucie Pebay (University of Bath)
      • Stimmung and ontological security: anxiety, euphoria, and emerging political subjectivities during the 2015 ‘border opening’ in Germany
        Author: Nicolai Gellwitzki (University of Warwick)
      • A European Story: EU Myth, Ontological Security, and the Russian Invasion of Ukraine
        Author: Lauren Rogers (University of Edinburgh)
      • Exploring the Ontological Security of Young Adult Migrants in Glasgow
        Author: Marcus Nicolson (Glasgow Caledonian University)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Philosophy, Science, and International Relations Kinloch, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Relations as a Social Science Working Group
      Conveners: Rafael Alexandre Mello (University of Brasilia) , Matthieu Grandpierron (Catholic University of Vendée) , Nino Kemoklidze
      Chair: Rafael Alexandre Mello (University of Brasilia)
      • The Qualifications for Scientific Theories of International Politics: Revisiting Imre Lakatos’s Scientific Methodology
        Author: Seukhoon Baik
      • Dependency Theory as Complexity Thinking: A Meta-Approach for Global and Planetary Analysis
        Author: Rafael de Mello (University of Brasília)
      • Quantum Physics and the Cold War: Dialectical Interpretations of Quantum Physics on Either Side of the Iron Curtain
        Author: Andrew Milne (University of St Andrews)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Race, migration and trajectories of knowledge Tay, Hilton
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: Terri-Anne Teo (Newcastle University)
      Chair: Terri-Anne Teo (Newcastle University)
      • Racialised unknowingness at EU borders
        Author: Maurice Stierl (Osnabrück University)
      • Collective memories of forced displacement and the securitisation of migration at the Greek-Turkish borders
        Author: Dimitris Skleparis (Newcastle University)
      • The racial contract and nonwhiteness: Understanding race and migration in Asia
        Author: Terri-Anne Teo (Newcastle University)
      • Cross-border mobilities: mobility capital and the capital accumulation strategies of Palestinian citizens of Israel
        Author: Una McGahern (Newcastle University)
      • Mapping the effects of insecure migration status: inequality, exploitation and violence
        Author: Alexandria Innes (City University)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Conference event / Screening of “Veterans in Communities”: Re-imagining ‘transition’ through co-produced film QE2, Marriott
      Speakers: Dr Katie Davies (Anglia Ruskin University), Dr Nick Caddick (ARU), Dr Sarah Bulmer (University of Exeter)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Security, governance and peacebuilding Don, Hilton
      Sponsor: European Journal of International Security
      Convener: Jason Ralph (University of Leeds and EJIS)
      Chair: Jason Ralph (University of Leeds and EJIS)
      Discussant: Jason Ralph (University of Leeds and EJIS)
      • Proscribing time?: proscription and temporality in terrorism trials
        Author: Kodili Chukwuma (Durham University)
      • Mobilizing Against Human Rights: Understanding the Securitization of SOGI Rights
        Author: Fernando Nunez-Mietz (McGill University)
      • The Local Dimensions of Criminal Governance in Brazil
        Authors: Daniel Rio Tinto (FGV RI / Fundação Getulio Vargas) , Dani K. Nedal (University of Toronto)*
      • The Contribution of the Gender Agenda to the Peacebuilding Proposal in UN Stabilization Missions: The Case of Haiti
        Authors: Mariana Zamboni Carluccio , Lucas Barreto Rodrigues*
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / State duties in the post-conflict period Lochay, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Law and Politics Working Group
      Convener: Elizabeth Brown (King's College London)
      Chair: Ruth Blakeley (University of Sheffield)
      • Can There be Creation Amidst Destruction? Secondary Rules of Change in International Humanitarian Law
        Author: Francisco Lobo (King's College London)
      • War Crimes Responsibility and Polarised Memories in Japan
        Author: Zala Pochat Križaj (King's College London)
      • Guantanamo Bay detention and prosecutions: explaining the persistence of an illegitimate system
        Authors: Ruth Blakeley (University of Sheffield) , Megan Price (University of Sheffield)
      • The Frontiers of Universality: The Application of European Human Rights Protections to British Islamic State Foreign Fighters Detained in Iraq and Syria
        Author: Elizabeth Brown (King's College London)
      • The Safe Schools Declaration and Jus Post Bellum
        Author: Steven Haines (University of Greenwich)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Roundtable / Teaching IPE in Challenging Times Dee, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Chair: Zoe Pflaeger Young (De Montfort University)
      Participants: Melita Lazell (University of Portmsouth) , Pinar Donmez (De Montfort University) , Zoe Pflaeger Young (De Montfort University) , Ben Richardson (University of Warwick)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Roundtable / Training “Early Career Instructors” in International Studies: Existing Efforts and Challenges, and Future Possibilities Almond, Hilton
      Sponsor: Learning and Teaching Working Group
      Chair: Misbah Hyder (University of Notre Dame)
      Participants: David Duriesmith (Department of Politics and International Relations, The University of Sheffield) , Roxani Krystalli (University of St Andrews) , J Simon Rofe (University of Leeds) , Anna Meier (University of Nottingham) , Q Manivannan (University of St Andrews) , Louise Pears (University of Leeds)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Roundtable / Understanding Territorial Withdrawal: Occupations, Interventions and Exit Dilemmas Spey, Hilton
      Sponsor: War Studies Working Group
      Chair: James Rogers (SDU)
      Participants: Caroline Kennedy-Pipe (Loughborough University) , Rob Geist Pinfold (Durham University) , Louise Kettle (The University of Nottingham) , Amnon Aran (City, University of London) , Sorana-Cristina Jude (Newcastle University)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Universality: A Hollow Norm or a Fundamental Necessity? QE1, Marriott
      Sponsor: Ethics and World Politics Working Group
      Convener: Anthony Lang (University of St Andrews)
      Chair: Rahul Rao (Universtiy of St Andrews)
      Discussant: Rahul Rao (Universtiy of St Andrews)
      • Contesting Universals: Norms, Normativity, and the Global Governance of Human Diversity
        Authors: Holger Niemann (University of Hamburg)* , Dennis Schmidt (Durham University)* , Maren Hoifus (Hamburg University)* , Antje Wiener (University of Hamburg)
      • The Politics of Universal Crime
        Author: Sinja Graf (London School of Economics)
      • Universalism and Its Critics
        Author: Anthony Lang (University of St Andrews)
    • 12:15 PM 1:15 PM
      Lunch: SPONSORED BY REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY (RIPE) 1h
    • 12:15 PM 1:15 PM
      Conference event / Lunchtime history talk from the War Studies Working Group: The Clydeside Blitz. Speaker: Marc Conaghan Tay, Hilton
    • 12:15 PM 1:15 PM
      Conference event / South East Europe Working Group AGM Don, Hilton
    • 12:40 PM 1:15 PM
      Conference event / Ethics and World Politics Working Group AGM Dee, Hilton
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Community, solidarity, and diversity Carron, Hilton
      Sponsor: Political Violence, Conflict and Transnational Activism
      Convener: Political Violence, Conflict and Transnational Activism Working Group (BISA)
      Chair: Alexandre Christoyannopoulos (Loughborough University)
      • Pacifism and Nonviolence: Discerning the contours of an emerging multidisciplinary research agenda
        Author: Alexandre Christoyannopoulos (Loughborough University)
      • An Exploration in Modern Alienation: Ulster Loyalists and the British White Working-Class
        Author: Peter Bothwell (University of St Andrews)
      • Rising Majoritarianism in South Asia: The Curious Case of Nadia district in West Bengal
        Author: Anuttama Banerji (Queen Mary University of London)
      • Global domains: Reorienting transnational civil rights and solidarity in activism
        Author: Saoirse McGilligan (University of St Andrews)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Global Challenges and Cooperation in an Unstable International Order Dee, Hilton
      Sponsor: European Journal of International Security
      Convener: Danielle Young (University of Leeds)
      Chair: Laura Rose Brown (University of Leeds)
      • Doing order differently? The Quad powers, climate change, and the future of international governance and security in the 21st century
        Author: Rob Cullum (King's College London)
      • Diplomacy on Ice: Freezing and Thawing in International Cooperation over Antarctica
        Author: Joanne Yao (Queen Mary, University of London)
      • Why might states develop solar geoengineering? Three models in search of a sunshade
        Authors: Duncan McLaren (University of Lancaster)* , Olaf Corry (University of Leeds)
      • Future counterfactual scenarios and counter-hegemony in global nuclear order
        Author: Tom Vaughan (Aberystwyth University)
      • Solar geoengineering and nuclear governance parallels in an unstable international order
        Author: Danielle Young (University of Leeds)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Hybrid peacebuilding in Africa? Endrick, Hilton
      Sponsor: Africa and International Studies Working Group
      Convener: AISG Working group
      Chair: TBC
      • Unpacking the international: politics of scale in hybridisation processes in Madagascar
        Author: Velomahanina Razakamaharavo (University of Reading)
      • Traditional authorities in hybrid peacebuilding
        Author: Mohamed Mohamood (University of Leeds)
      • Power, Partnership and Peacebuilding: Examining an INGO’s Intervention in Farmer – Herder Conflict in Nigeria
        Author: Martinluther Nwaneri (Aston University Birmingham United Kingdom)
      • Peace through Performative Art, Theatre, and Wrestling? The Intersubjective Co-constitution of Art by ‘High’ and ‘Low’ Peace Processes in South Sudan
        Author: Aly Verjee (University of Gothenburg)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Localising international law: the politics of bringing international law home Ledmore, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Law and Politics Working Group
      Convener: Henry Lovat (University of Glasgow)
      Chair: Rachel Kerr (King's College London)
      • Lavender Tides: Elite-Led Mobilization and Segmented LGBT Marriage Legalization
        Author: Connor Strobel (University of Chicago)
      • Transnational Bribery, Deferred Prosecution Agreements, and State Compliance with International Law: Canada's SNC-Lavalin Affair in Global Perspective
        Author: Ellen Gutterman (York University (Toronto, Canada))
      • The Overseas Territories’ contribution to the Global Britain strategy
        Author: Maria Mut Bosque
      • Whose Law? The Strategic Application of International Law in Human Rights
        Author: Kyle Reed (Kolleg-Forschungsgruppe The International Rule of Law - Rise or Decline?)
      • Enemy of the state: Citizenship deprivation and the problem of returning foreign terrorist fighters
        Author: Andrea Birdsall (University of Edinburgh)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Men and masculinities: vulnerability, militarism and peacebuilding Spey, Hilton
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Convener: GIRWG Working group
      Chair: Georgina Holmes (The Open University)
      • Instagramming the infantry: re-inscribing hegemonic military masculinity in the contemporary era
        Author: Natalie Jester (University of Gloucestershire)
      • Military Atrocity, Ontological Security and Warrior Masculinity on Trial
        Author: Hannah Partis-Jennings (Loughborough University)
      • Of Heroes and Victims: Constructing Hegemonic Masculinity and National Identity in Japanese "Abduction Issue" Discourse
        Author: Miklas Fahrenwaldt (University of Edinburgh)
      • Invisible Men: The injured lives of Afghan civilian interpreters
        Authors: Sara de Jong (University of York) , Sayed Jalal Shajjan*
      • Social norm change during peacebuilding and the pathologisation of youth masculinities
        Author: David Duriesmith (The University of Sheffield)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Roundtable / Motherhood, Mothering and (Feminist) IR Tay, Hilton
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Chair: Julia Welland (University of Warwick)
      Participants: Shirin Rai (SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies)) , Synne L. Dyvik (University of Sussex) , Zoe Pflaeger Young (De Montfort University) , Laura Mills (University of St Andrews) , Annika Bergman Rosamond (University of Edinburgh) , Julia Welland (University of Warwick)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Narrating race and coloniality QE1, Marriott
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: CPD Working group
      Chair: Sarah Gharib Seif (University of St. Andrews)
      Discussant: Sarah Gharib Seif (University of St. Andrews)
      • Soft Power in the Middle East: a Postcolonial approach
        Author: Rayan Alyusufi (Bournemouth University)
      • Interpellating the ‘British Subject’ and Creating the ‘Other’: media coverage of Jeremy Corbyn and the enduring legacy of empire
        Author: Maximillian Guarini (The University of Bristol)
      • Iran and the “Islamic bomb”: A study of liberal subjectivity and satire
        Author: Marina Díaz Sanz (University of Deusto)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Nation, Nationalisms and Revolution: New historical-sociological approaches in national transitions. Kinloch, Hilton
      Sponsor: Historical Sociology and International Relations Working Group
      Convener: HSIR Working group
      Chair: Selim Yilmaz (University of Nottingham)
      • 'The Volk Must Be Defended': Founding the German Nation-state and Ontological Security
        Author: Luther Lee McPherson IV (Virginia Tech)
      • UCD and Passive Revolution in the American Civil War
        Authors: Dabney Waring (University of Cyprus) , Alexander Anievas (University of Connecticut)*
      • The Established–Outsider Relations: Gossip and Stigmatisation in the Great Power-Rising Power Relations
        Author: Selim Yilmaz (University of Nottingham)
      • Realism and the Politics of Exile
        Author: Joseph MacKay (Australian National University)
      • Nationalism and Its Doubles: A Genealogy of the Civic/Ethnic Dichotomy
        Author: Jaakko Heiskanen (Queen Mary University of London)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Nuclear Politics Tweed, Hilton
      Sponsor: Global Nuclear Order Working Group
      Convener: BISA
      Chair: Nicola Leveringhaus (King's College London)
      • A good deep friendly look into the Atomic World
        Author: Ian Turnbull (Findhorn Foundation Community)
      • The long and winding road to nuclear amity: The Argentine-Brazilian nuclear rapprochement as viewed from the Punctuated Equilibrium Theory
        Author: Carolina Zaccato (University of St Andrews)
      • The symbolism of national legislation around nuclear weapons
        Author: Nicola Leveringhaus (King's College London)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Politics of the Gulf Region Lochay, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Studies of the Mediterranean, Middle East & Asia Working Group
      Convener: Betul Dogan Akkas (Durham University & Qatar University)
      Chair: Betul Dogan Akkas (Durham University & Qatar University)
      • Kuwait-Turkey Relations: Regional sub-system collaborators or pragmatic allies?
        Author: Betul Dogan Akkas (Durham University and Qatar University)
      • The influence-building strategy of small Gulf states in great powers
        Author: Mate Szalai (Ca Foscari University)
      • Qatari-British Relations Post Independence (1971-1980)
        Author: Sultan Al-Khulaifi (University of Glasgow)
      • Inclusive civilizational identity in regional peace-making: The case of the Abraham Accords
        Authors: Marwa Maziad (University of Maryland)* , Toby Greene (Bar Ilan University)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Roundtable / NGO/Practitioner perspectives: Towards a Feminist Foreign Policy in Scotland QE2, Marriott
      Sponsor: School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Glasgow
      Chair: Malte Riemann (University of Glasgow)
      Participants: Jamie Livingston (Oxfam Scotland) , Naomi McAuliffe (Amnesty International Scotland) , Marsha Scott (Scottish Women's Aid) , Janet Fenton (Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) and Secure Scotland)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Problematising Research Ethics and Methodology Don, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Relations as a Social Science Working Group
      Convener: BISA
      Chair: Larissa Fast (UoM)
      Discussant: Ruth Blakeley (University of Sheffield)
      • A Methodology for Analysing the Effects of Climate Change on Maritime Security
        Authors: James Brennan (Lancaster University)* , Basil Germond (Lancaster University)
      • What Do We Know about Research Ethics Scholarship in Political Science? A bibliometric analysis
        Authors: Rebecca Tapscott (Book Reviews Editor, Civil Wars journal) , Bart Gabriel (Geneva Graduate Institute)*
      • ‘Staying with’ the Paradox of Engaged Research: Lessons from Jewish-Israeli Activists’ ‘Imperfect Struggles’
        Author: Alice Baroni (Geneva Graduate Institute)
      • Ethics beyond the ethics board
        Authors: Larissa Fast (University of Manchester) , Birte Vogel (University of Manchester)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Silly IR: Interventions Into A Serious Discipline Almond, Hilton
      Sponsor: Post-Structural Politics Working Group
      Convener: Uygar Baspehlivan (University of Bristol)
      Chair: Uygar Baspehlivan (University of Bristol)
      • The politics of play: interrogating the seriousness of the silly
        Author: Aggie Hirst (King's College London)
      • The absurd disembodiment of academic gravitas: interrogating the silliness of the serious
        Author: Thomas Houseman (Leeds Beckett University)
      • A playground of political possibilities: the cultural productions of resistance of the children of Shaheen Bagh
        Author: Mandeep Sidhu (University of Brighton)
      • Cucks, Blue Pills and Reactionary Freedom Fighters: The Violent Humour of the Alt-Right
        Author: Elisabeth Moerking (University of Bristol)
      • The Silly and The Serious: Towards a Counterpolitics
        Authors: Uygar Baspehlivan (University of Bristol) , Alister Wedderburn (University of Glasgow)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Status and Recognition in International Politics Clyde, Hilton
      Sponsor: BISA
      Conveners: Steven Ward (University of Cambridge) , Robert Ralston (University of Birmingham) , Elif Kalaycioglu (University of Alabama) , Adam Quinn (University of Birmingham)
      Chair: Daniel Nexon (Georgetown University)
      Discussant: Daniel Nexon (Georgetown University)
      • Self-esteem and ideological self-view in the contest over US grand strategy
        Author: Adam Quinn (University of Birmingham)
      • International Status and National Pride
        Author: Steven Ward (University of Cambridge)
      • Great Powers, Great Pasts: Narratives of Decline and Promises of Renewal
        Author: Robert Ralston (University of Birmingham)
      • Conceptual politics and resilience-at-work in the European Union post-Brexit
        Authors: Ana Juncos (University of Bristol)* , Jonathan Joseph (University of Bristol)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Roundtable / Storying the International: Towards a more generous International Relations Argyll, Marriott
      Sponsor: BISA
      Chair: Shambhawi Tripathi (University of St. Andrews)
      Participants: Amya Agarwal (Centre for Global Cooperation Research, Duisburg) , Anthony Lang (University of St. Andrews) , Roxani Krystalli (University of St. Andrews) , Niharika Pandit (London School of Economics)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / The Everyday in World Politics: Practices, Spaces, and Subjectivities Waverley, Marriott
      Sponsor: BISA
      Convener: Kyle Grayson (BISA)
      Chair: Geoffrey Swenson (City, University of London)
      • Private Sector Engagement in Humanitarian Action and the Dangers of ‘Everyday CSR’: Inappropriate at its Best, Harmful at its Worst
        Author: Chin Ruamps (Copenhagen Business School)
      • ‘A city of music, of social justice, of joy’: local identity and Ukrainian solidarity in Eurovision host city bids
        Authors: Zoë Jay (University of Helsinki) , Ben Rosher (Queen's University Belfast)*
      • Cultural Victories: the making of military victory in the UK
        Author: Mirko Palestrino (Queen Mary University of London)
      • Aesthetics and Ontological Security
        Author: Irem Cihan (SOAS)
    • 2:45 PM 3:00 PM
      Refreshment break: SPONSORED BY REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY (RIPE) 15m
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / Building and Contesting Global & Regional Order(s) Dee, Hilton
      Sponsor: Interpretivism in International Relations Working Group
      Convener: IIRG Working group
      Chair: Hannes Hansen-Magnusson (Cardiff University)
      • Differentiation through emulation: reading Japan’s Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy through ontological (in)security
        Author: Veronica Barfucci (University of Warwick)
      • Orders of Contestation: Securitisation Cycles and the Liberal International Order
        Author: Kevork Oskanian (University of Exeter)
      • “In our system...there are some trying to change things”: Encountering human rights in the British military courts
        Author: Hannah Richards (Cardiff University)
      • Vikings and Shieldmaidens: Gender and Ontological (In)Security in the Nordic Extreme Right
        Author: Charlie Price (BISA & University of Warwick)
      • “What are the Rules in Hell?”: Squid Game, neo-Liberalism and Violence
        Authors: Megan Armstrong (University of Newcastle)* , Julian Schmid (Central European University)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / Colonial imaginaries and the politics of Space, Place and Memory Tay, Hilton
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: Laura Routley (Newcastle University)
      Chair: Lorenza Fontana (University of Glasgow)
      • The geopolitics of colonial memories: urban ruination and remembrance in Palestine/Israel
        Author: Mori Ram (Newcastle University)
      • Mapping the Empire: Russian History Textbooks and the Hierarchies of Memory
        Author: Valentina Feklyunina (Newcastle University)
      • Competing (Hi)stories: Post-colonial Memory Politics in Kenya
        Author: Chloe Josse-Durand (Newcastle University)
      • The Afterlives of Violence at sites of Confinement and Punishment in South Africa, Nigeria and Ghana
        Authors: Laura Routley (Newcastle University) , Yusuf Patel (Newcastle University)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / Connections in International Peacebuilding: Networks, Ties & Friendships Kinloch, Hilton
      Sponsor: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group
      Conveners: Maria O'Reilly (Leeds Beckett University) , Hanna Ketola (University of Sheffield)
      Chair: Nilanjana Premaratna (Newcastle University)
      Discussant: Sorana-Cristina Jude (Newcastle University)
      • At the intersection of resistance and peace: Creative ties and communities of resistance in Northern Ireland’s contemporary arts scene
        Authors: Heidi Riley (University College Dublin) , Maria-Adriana Deiana (Queen's University Belfast)
      • Women leaders and the question of representation
        Author: Punam Yadav (University College London)
      • Familial ties and militarized violence: women in fighting forces in Nepal and Bosnia & Herzegovina
        Authors: Maria O'Reilly (Leeds Becket University) , Hanna Ketola (University of Sheffield)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / Environmental and Human Crises in Global Ethics Carron, Hilton
      Sponsor: Ethics and World Politics Working Group
      Convener: EWPG Working group
      Chair: Susan Murphy (Trinity College Dublin)
      • Addressing children rights in the energy transition through energy justice lenses
        Author: Mathilde Pouhe (University of Dundee)
      • 'Displacement Without Migration': Towards a Normative Framework
        Author: James Souter (University of Leeds)
      • A Responsibility to Protect Biodiversity?
        Author: Sara Van Goozen (University of York)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / Far right politics and critical terrorism studies Tweed, Hilton
      Sponsor: Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group
      Conveners: Tom Pettinger (University of Warwick) , Amna Kaleem (University of Sheffield) , Alice Finden (Durham University)
      Chair: Amna Kaleem (University of Sheffield)
      Discussant: Anna Meier (University of Nottingham)
      • From “Evil Doers” to “Very Fine People”: The Politics of Shifting Counterterrorism Targets
        Authors: Rebecca Sanders (University of Cincinnati) , Andrea Birdsall (University of Edinburgh)
      • The impact of educational and professional experience within non-state actor recruitment.
        Author: Patrick Finnegan (University of St Andrews)
      • Far-right violence in the media: the case of Portugal
        Author: Marcos Rubén Bordalo Ferreira (Universidade de Coimbra - FEUC/CES)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / International Relations of Migration Endrick, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Politics of Migration, Refugees and Diaspora Working Group
      Convener: Foteini Kalantzi (University of Oxford)
      Chair: Fiona Adamson (SOAS, University of London)
      • The Diplomacy of Forced Migration Dataset (DiFMiD): Conceptual and Methodological Challenges in the Study of State-Organized Forced Migration
        Authors: Jente Althuis (SOAS) , Kelly Greenhill* , Fiona Adamson (SOAS, University of London)
      • Fighting to Not Be Left Behind in a Globalised Agriculture Economy: A Study of Rural-to-Rural International Farm Labour Migration from Ghana to Italy among Youth Farmers
        Author: Genevieve Odamtten (University of Bonn, Germany)
      • Translation as resilience: The case of Boochani’s “no friends but mountains”
        Author: Nasrin Ashrafi (KU Leuven)
      • The International Politics of Refugee Repatriation – Lebanon as a Case Study for State–Non-State Diplomacy
        Author: Judith Hoppermann (University of Glasgow)
      • Externalisation of migration management as foreign policy: Mapping actor coalitions and policy frames
        Authors: Sofie Roehrig (Warwick University & TU Dresden) , Ece Ozlem Atikcan (University of Warwick)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      / Live Podcast: Whiskey and IR by Drs. Patrick Thaddeus Jackson & Daniel Nexon. Sponsored by Clydeside Distillery and featuring Alistair McDonald, Distillery Manager. Patrick and Dan work their way through a piece of international-relations scholarship. And drink whiskey. Separate registration is essential for this event: https://www.bisa.ac.uk/events/whiskey-and-ir-podcast-and-roundtable-bisa-2023 QE2, Marriott
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Roundtable / Meet the Editors of Review of International Studies, European Journal of International Security and International Affairs Waverley, Marriott
      Sponsor: BISA
      Chair: David Mainwaring (Cambridge University Press)
      Participants: Edward Newman (University of Leeds) , Andrew Dorman (Chatham House) , Nisha Shah (University of Ottawa) , N/A
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / Power of narratives in Russian foreign and security policies Don, Hilton
      Sponsor: Russian and Eurasian Security Working Group
      Convener: RESG Working group
      Chair: Natasha Kuhrt (King's College London)
      • In-‘stability’ in Russia’s security strategy? The legitimations and paradox of policy changes
        Author: Iain Ferguson (HSE University)
      • Little Russia and big NATO: the Western promotion of Russian narratives about the 2022 war in Ukraine
        Author: Ruth Deyermond (King's College London)
      • The British Foreign Policy Narrative of Russian Disinformation
        Author: Sean Garrett (University of Bath)
      • The ‘horror mirror’ reversed: Russia’s war on Ukraine through the lens of the Yugoslav conflicts
        Author: James Headley (University of Otago)
      • Unveiling the Emotional Foundations of Russian-Armenian Relations: An Overview of the Role of Narratives and Myths in Russia’s Quest for Ontological Security
        Author: Leonardo Zanatta (Corvinus University of Budapest)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / Problematising the Relevance and Potentialising the Possibilities of Political Marxism in 2022 Lochay, Hilton
      Sponsor: Historical Sociology and International Relations Working Group
      Conveners: Lauri von Pfaler (University of Helsinki) , Armando Van Rankin Anaya (University of Sussex) , Samuel Parris (University of Sussex) , Judith Koch (University of Sussex) , Kate Cherry (University of Sussex)
      Chair: Benno Teschke (University of Sussex)
      • Merchants and the Colonial Origins of the American Revolution, 1624-1776
        Author: Samuel Parris (University of Sussex)
      • Class Relations and Geopolitics of the Baltic ‘Crusades’ between the 12th and 14th centuries
        Author: Lauri von Pfaler (University of Helsinki)
      • The Failure of the Family Abolition Movement in the 1960s
        Author: Kate Cherry (University of Sussex)
      • In the Tracks of Diplomatic Praxis: Foreign Policy Analysis of the EU-UK Relations
        Author: Judith Koch (University of Sussex)
      • The Making of Mexico: An International Political Sociology of Mexican Modernity
        Author: Armando Van Rankin Anaya (University of Sussex)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Roundtable / Reflections on the 75th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration on Human Rights QE1, Marriott
      Sponsor: BISA
      Chair: Kurt Mills
      Participants: Pilar Elizalde (University of Oxford) , Naomi McAuliffe (Amnesty International Scotland) , Kasey McCall-Smith (University of Edinburgh) , David J. Karp (University of Sussex) , Natasha Saunders (University of St Andrews) , Elaine Webster (University of Strathclyde)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / Rethinking (Post)Conflict Societies and Subjectivities through Embodiment: Human Bodies of War (Panel 1) Almond, Hilton
      Sponsor: Post-Structural Politics Working Group
      Conveners: Marcelle Trote Martins (The University of Manchester) , Nicholas Gribble (University of Manchester)
      Chair: Marcelle Trote Martins (The University of Manchester)
      Discussant: Kandida Purnell (Richmond American University London)
      • Producing Truth and Reconciliation: Embodying Accounts of Atrocity in Sierra Leone
        Author: Nicholas Gribble (University of Manchester)
      • Rendering Trauma and Violence In/visible: Affective Politics of German Veteran Bodies
        Author: Nina Reedy (University of Hamburg)
      • Trauma Imageries - Place, Space and the body as physical memories of war and trauma
        Author: Pauline Zerla (King's College London)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Roundtable / Review of International Political Economy 30th Anniversary: Editors’ Forum Spey, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Chair: Aida Hozic (University of Florida)
      Participants: Aida Hozic (University of Florida) , Juanita Elias (University of Warwick) , Randall Germain (Carleton University) , John Ravenhill (University of Waterloo)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / Health, Security and Diplomacy from East to West Ewing, Marriott
      Sponsor: International Studies of the Mediterranean, Middle East & Asia Working Group
      Convener: Gavin Cameron (University of Calgary)
      Chair: Gavin Cameron (University of Calgary)
      Discussant: Rory McCarthy (Durham University)
      • “Hedging, Triangulation or Free riding? Choosing an Indo-Pacific policy for Canada”
        Author: Gavin Cameron (University of Calgary)
      • China in the Middle East: BRI and Sino-Iranian Relations
        Author: Ozge Soylemez (King's College London)
      • India's Tryst with COVID 19: The Migrant's Case
        Author: Anuttama Banerji (Queen Mary University of London)
      • COVID-19 and the reinscription of the racial capitalist foundations of the liberal international order
        Author: Andreas Papamichail (Queen Mary University of London)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / Understanding training and capacity building in peacekeeping Drummond, Marriott
      Sponsor: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group
      Convener: PKPBG Working group
      Chair: David Curran (Coventry University)
      • ‘Imagined Conflicts’: The role of education in conflict resolution in the Caucasus.
        Authors: Norma Rossi (Royal Military Academy Sandhurst) , An Jacobs (Royal Military Academy Sandhurst)
      • Family Affairs and Peacekeeping: Shifting Home Dynamics of West African Peacekeepers
        Authors: Maggie Dwyer (University of Edinburgh) , Humphrey Asamoah (University of Amsterdam)
      • Teach them to fish: the European Union capacity-building approach in CSDP missions
        Author: Silvia Peirolo (University of Trento)
      • Peacekeeping training and civil-military engagement in MUNISMA
        Author: Georgina Holmes (The Open University)
      • Practice makes perfect?
        Author: Daniel Smith (Swedish Defence University)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Roundtable / What Now for Feminist Foreign Policy? Energy and Backlash Clyde, Hilton
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Chair: Columba Achilleos-Sarll (University of Birmingham)
      Participants: Shweta Singh (South Asian University) , Claire Duncanson (University of Edinburgh) , Paul Kirby (Queen Mary, University of London) , Annika Bergman Rosamond (University of Edinburgh) , Toni Haastrup (University of Stirling)
    • 4:30 PM 4:45 PM
      Refreshment break: SPONSORED BY REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY (RIPE) 15m
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / (Re)sources of capital Spey, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Convener: IPEG Working group
      Chair: Remi Edwards (University of Sheffield)
      • Resource Nationalism, Decolonization and Fragmentation
        Author: Wojciech Ostrowski (University of Westminster; School of Social Sciences; Senior Lecturer in International Relations)
      • Selling Excellence: Hydrohubs and Policy Mobility in Neo-liberal World Order
        Authors: Arda Bilgen (London School of Economics and Political Science) , Farhad Mukhtarov (Erasmus University Rotterdam)*
      • Power and struggle in supply chain governance: do worker-driven programmes offer an alternative to corporate social responsibility?
        Author: Remi Edwards (University of Sheffield)
      • The nationalist turn in development aid
        Authors: Ivica Petrikova (Royal Holloway University of London) , Melita Lazell (University of Portmsouth)
      • Beyond (pre-existing) institutions: Escaping the political resource curse in Timor-Leste
        Authors: Geoffrey Swenson (City, University of London) , Moritz Schmoll (Mohammed VI Polytechnic University)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / America First: Revisiting the Trump Presidency QE1, Marriott
      Sponsor: US Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: USFP Working group
      Chair: Georg Löfflmann (University of Warwick)
      • Conceptualising Extremism: Public Understandings, Examples, and Thresholds.
        Authors: James Lewis (University of St Andrews)* , Nick Brooke (University of St Andrews)
      • Making America Unrecognizable: Trump and the Future of the Liberal International Order
        Author: Michelle Murray (Bard College)
      • Power Analysis, Strategic Net Assessment, and the new Global Power Competition
        Author: Nick Kitchen (University of Surrey)
      • "I am Inevitable": Trump, Thanos and January 6
        Author: Julian Schmid (Central European University)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Anxiety and Narratives in International Relations Don, Hilton
      Sponsor: Emotions in Politics and International Relations Working Group
      Conveners: Nicolai Gellwitzki (University of Warwick) , Anne-Marie Houde (University of Warwick)
      Chair: Marco Vieira (University of Birmingham)
      • Theorising Postcolonial Ontological Security through Fanon and Lacan: The ‘White Mask’ in the ‘Mirror’ of Western Climate Coloniality.
        Author: Marco Vieira (University of Birmingham)
      • Contested Narratives, Anxiety, and the Reinforcement of Inequality Through the UK’s "National COVID Memorial Wall"
        Author: Kandida Purnell (Richmond American University London)
      • Anxiety, Fatigue and Living with Hybrid Warfare in Czechia
        Authors: Jakub Eberle (Institute of International Relations Prague) , Jan Daniel (Institute of International Relations Prague)*
      • God (did not) save the Queen: Perception, Anxiety, and Narrative Contestation
        Authors: Lauren Rogers (University of Edinburgh) , Ben Rosher (Queen's University Belfast) , Anne-Marie Houde (University of Warwick) , Nicolai Gellwitzki (University of Warwick)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Challenging eurocentrism and coloniality in terrorism studies Dee, Hilton
      Sponsor: Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group
      Conveners: Tom Pettinger (University of Warwick) , Alice Finden (Durham University)
      Chair: Anna Meier (University of Nottingham)
      • Juridico-Politically Distinct Forms of Exceptional Security Measures Against the Internal 'Enemy': Turkey Between 1971 and 2002
        Author: Burcu Turkoglu-Payne (Bilkent University)
      • 'Tactical Reversibility' of the Terrorism Discourse in the Non-Western World: Turkey in the 1970s
        Author: Tuncer Beyribey
      • Antecedents of Political Repression: The colonial roots of 21st Century anti-terrorism powers
        Authors: Tim Legrand (University of Adelaide) , Lee Jarvis (UEA)*
      • The Political Economy of (In)security in Africa: The (Post)colonial Governmentality of (Counter)terrorism in Nigeria
        Author: Akinyemi Oyawale (University of Warwick)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Contemporary International Human Rights Challenges Clyde, Hilton
      Sponsor: BISA
      Convener: BISA
      Chair: Katarzyna Kaczmarska (University of Edinburgh)
      • Academic Freedom and the Virtual Space
        Authors: Katarzyna Kaczmarska (University of Edinburgh) , Sarah Liu (University of Edinburgh)*
      • Digital Racism as New Generation of Threats to Human Security: The Case of Twitter
        Authors: Sibel Dinç (Turkish National Defence University) , Ayşegül Bostan (Turkish National Defence University)
      • Human Rights in the Age of Sportswashing and the Role of Multilateral Organisations
        Author: Abhishek Khajuria (Jawaharlal Nehru University)
      • Human Rights and Public Opinion: Does it matter how much the public cares about human rights?
        Author: Mitushi Mukherjee (Purdue University)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Developing new and changing existing concepts related to climate change Ledmore, Hilton
      Sponsor: Environment Working Group
      Convener: EWG Working group
      Chair: Natosha Hoduski (University of St. Andrews)
      • National Approaches to Climate Security
        Author: Matt McDonald (University of Queensland)
      • The Rise of Carbon Disclosure in Global Climate Governance: A Network Analysis
        Authors: Vincent Boucher (Université Laval)* , Kerem Öge (University of Warwick)
      • Saving the environment or managing the biosphere? The nuclear testing debates in Cold War America, 1954-1963
        Author: Mei Ling Young (University of Oxford)
      • Grounding the Common Agenda: Rethinking and Rerouting Global Aviation
        Authors: Steven Griggs (Staffordshire University)* , David Howarth (University of Essex)
      • Never the Same River Twice: anthropogenic and climate change-induced impacts on riverine borders
        Author: Natosha Hoduski (University of St. Andrews)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Far-right movements and foreign policy influence: Insight from Eastern and Western Europe. Kinloch, Hilton
      Sponsor: Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: Sofia Tipaldou (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow)
      Chair: Maik Fielitz (University of Jena)
      • Behind the ban: Why do governments ban far-right groups?
        Author: Michael C Zeller (Bielefeld University)
      • Far-right parties’ attitudes to the EU in the aftermath of the Russian invasion of Ukraine
        Authors: Maik Fielitz (University of Jena) , Julia Rone (Cambridge University)*
      • Far-right and foreign policy: Golden Dawn’s influence on Greece’s geopolitical narratives
        Authors: Jenny Mavropoulou (Panteion University)* , Sofia Tipaldou (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow) , Vasiliki Georgiadou (Panteion University)*
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Conference event / Gendering International Relations Working Group business meeting Tweed, Hilton
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Human and state security in Africa Carron, Hilton
      Sponsor: Africa and International Studies Working Group
      Convener: AISG Working group
      Chair: Tarela Ike (Teesside University)
      Discussant: Tarela Ike (Teesside University)
      • Managing Crises Multilaterally: a critical examination of multilateral approaches to crisis management in the Sahel and beyond.
        Author: Stephen Murray (Queen's University Belfast)
      • Ontological Security Meets Secessionism: The Case of Anglophone Conflict in Cameroon
        Author: Promise Frank Ejiofor (University of Cambridge)
      • The impact of COVID-19 on human security in Africa: A six country comparative study
        Author: Guy Lamb (Stellenbosch University)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Ideals and Interests in World Politics: Pragmatism in Theory and Practice Endrick, Hilton
      Sponsor: Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: FPWG Working group
      Chair: Marianna Charountaki (University of Lincoln)
      • Risk of Entrapment in Asymmetric Alliances: Assessing South Korea’s foreign policy during the US-DPRK nuclear crises
        Authors: Soul Park (University of East Anglia) , Kimberly Peh (University of Notre Dame)*
      • Explaining Remainers in Military Coalitions: "The Coalition of the Dependent"
        Author: Panagiotis Vasileiadis (University of Surrey)
      • Why carrots and not sticks? Unpacking the choice of deterrent instruments
        Author: Chiara Boldrini (University of Bologna)
      • Principles or Pragmatism? Early Practice of Economic Interactions between European Community and Suharto’s Indonesia in the 1970s and 1980s
        Author: Zhihang Wu (University of Glasgow)
      • Multipolar Illusion: How the recent theoretical debate will fail to hit reality?
        Authors: Ahmet Arda Sensoy (University of Nottingham) , Muhammed Cagri Bilir (University of Leeds)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Roundtable / Whiskey and IR Roundtable – a Whiskey Optional recording. Sponsored by Clydeside Distillery QE2, Marriott
      Sponsor: BISA
      Chair: Daniel Nexon (Georgetown University)
      Participants: Michelle Murray (Bard College) , Ali Bilgic (Loughborough University) , Patrick Thaddeus Jackson (American University, Washington, D.C.) , Rohan Mukherjee (LSE) , Steven Ward (University of Cambridge)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Power contestations in everyday (in)security Argyll, Marriott
      Sponsor: Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group
      Convener: Amna Kaleem (University of Sheffield)
      Chair: Jack Holland (University of Leeds)
      • Everyday (in)security in British de-radicalization: “It might be nothing – but it could be something”
        Author: Tom Pettinger (Warwick University)
      • Covid-19 and everyday (in)security: How the coronavirus pandemic helped to reveal the Eurocentric foundations of Critical Security Studies
        Author: Jack Holland (University of Leeds)
      • Everyday resistance and agency in civilian-led counter-terrorism regimes
        Author: Amna Kaleem (University of Sheffield)
      • Security dilemmas: exploring everyday people’s conceptions, experiences and dilemmas
        Author: Laura Fernández de Mosteyrín (Spanish National Distance University, UNED)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Proxy Wars and Rebel Alliances: Indirect Intervention in Modern Conflicts Waverley, Marriott
      Sponsor: War Studies Working Group
      Convener: Andrew Mumford (University of Nottingham)
      Chair: Alex Neads (Durham University)
      • Strings Attached or Carte Blanche? How Foreign States Control Armed Groups
        Authors: Niklas Karlén (Swedish Defence University) , Vladimir Rauta (University of Reading)
      • The Internationalisation of Civil Wars
        Authors: Alexandra Stark (New America) , Vladimir Rauta (University of Reading)
      • Closing Windows, Proxy Effectiveness, and the Escalation from Direct to Indirect Support in Civil War: Evidence from the Italian Intervention in the Spanish Civil War.
        Author: Giuseppe Spatafora (University of Oxford)
      • Revolutionary Leaders and State Support for Rebel Groups in Africa
        Author: Henning Tamm (University of St Andrews)
      • Proxy Warfare and the Meaning of Alliances
        Author: Andrew Mumford (University of Nottingham)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Regionalism in the Americas, North and South Ewing, Marriott
      Sponsor: BISA
      Convener: Tom Long (University of Warwick)
      Chair: Carolina Zaccato (St Andrews)
      • North America: Stagnation, Decline or Renewal?
        Author: Tom Long (University of Warwick)
      • The unprecedented labour rules in USMCA: Protectionist design, developmental outcome
        Author: Ludovic Arnaud (University of Oxford)
      • Orchestrating regional cooperation on Chagas disease in Latin America. The role of the Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative.
        Author: Markus Fraundorfer (University of Leeds)
      • Regional migration governance and shared responsibility for women and girls on the move
        Author: Pia Riggirozzi (University of Southampton)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Roundtable / The Eurovision Song Contest and International Politics Drummond, Marriott
      Sponsor: South East Europe Working Group
      Chair: Katarina Kusic (University of Bremen)
      Participants: Catherine Baker (University of Hull) , Maria Adriana Deiana (Queen’s University Belfast) , Zoë Jay (University of Helsinki) , Bohdana Kurylo (UCL)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Violence and Empire Tay, Hilton
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: CPD Working group
      Chair: Nicola Pratt (University of Warwick)
      • The ‘jungly-ness’ in the ‘garden’? Analyzing Epistemic frames and racialized discourses on the Ukraine Crisis
        Authors: Piro Rexhepi (Southern New Hampshire University)* , Siddharth Tripathi (University of Erfurt)
      • The Use of Tear Gas on Black Lives Matter Protests in the United States
        Author: Shala Cachelin (University of Westminster)
      • Global Britain, Greater Britain: Two Sides of the Same Coin?
        Author: Katie Hudson (University of Edinburgh)
      • Long-distance militarism(s): Cooperative diasporic organizing and the transnational constitution of militarism(s) in/between India and Israel
        Author: Derek Verbakel (York University)
    • 6:45 PM 9:00 PM
      / BISA 2023 reception: BISA in collaboration with The School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Glasgow Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Argyle Street, Glasgow G3 8AG
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Roundtable / A Summit of the Future in a Bordered World? Dee, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Politics of Migration, Refugees and Diaspora Working Group
      Chair: Cetta Mainwaring (University of Glasgow)
      Participants: Hassan Ould Moctar (SOAS) , Simon Rushton (University of Sheffield) , Maurice Stierl (Osnabruck University) , Gemma Bird (University of Liverpool and University of Duisburg-Essen)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Civil War Paths Don, Hilton
      Sponsor: Political Violence, Conflict and Transnational Activism
      Convener: Anastasia Shesterinina (University of York)
      Chair: Anastasia Shesterinina (University of York)
      • The Multiple Paths of the FARC-EP in the Colombian War
        Author: Eduardo Álvarez-Vanegas (University of York)
      • Impunity and State Splintering: Framing Violence in South Sudan’s Civil War Path
        Author: Sayra van den Berg (University of York)
      • Understanding Civil War from Pre- to Post-War Stages: A Comparative Approach
        Authors: Anastasia Shesterinina (University of York)* , Michael Livesey (University of Sheffield)
      • From Clandestine to Social Movement Path: The Maoist ‘People’s War’ in Nepal
        Author: Hanna Ketola (University of York)
      • A Social Movement Path? Sect-Based Divisions in the Lebanese Civil War
        Author: Toni Rouhana (University of York)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Contestation of international order Almond, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Relations as a Social Science Working Group
      Conveners: Matthieu Grandpierron (Catholic University of Vendée) , Rafael Alexandre Mello (University of Brasilia) , Nino Kemoklidze
      Chair: Rafael Alexandre Mello (University of Brasilia)
      Discussant: Anne-Sophie Jung (University of Leeds)
      • Exemplarity in global resistance: beyond epics and romanticism
        Author: Iratxe Perea Ozerin (University of the Basque Country)
      • The establishment of communities of practice within fields: an analysis of the International Humanitarian City in Dubai
        Author: Seila Panizzolo (University of Oxford)
      • Small states as order-makers: Kazakhstan and the Eurasian Union.
        Author: Birzhan Bakumbayev (University of Westminster)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Emerging technology and international security Spey, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Studies and Emerging Technologies Working Group
      Convener: ISET
      Chair: Andre Barrinha (University of Bath)
      • The AI Commander Problem: Ethical-political and psychological dilemmas of human-machine interactions in AI-enabled warfare
        Author: James Johnson (University of Aberdeen)
      • Apocalyptic imaginaries: comparing visions of the future in discourses of nuclear weapons and autonomous weapons systems
        Authors: Jana Baldus (Peace Research Institute Frankfurt) , Anna-Katharina Ferl (Peace Research Institute Frankfurt)
      • What Can a Dalit perspective do for Cybersecurity? An Ambedkar-inspired Approach to Cybersecurity
        Author: Anubha Gupta (Jawaharlal Nehru University)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Gendering protest and activism : feminist solidarities and care across contexts QE1, Marriott
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Convener: GIRWG Working group
      Chair: Annika Bergman Rosamond (University of Edinburgh)
      • Imagining a care curriculum
        Author: Q Manivannan (University of St Andrews)
      • Non-Western Feminist Internationalism: New beginnings at the Asian Relations Conference, 1947 ?
        Author: Khushi Singh Rathore (Jawaharlal Nehru University)
      • Domesticating vulnerabilities: A feminist analysis of ‘privatised humanitarianism’
        Authors: Synne L. Dyvik (University of Sussex) , Gabrielle Daoust (University of Northern British Columbia)*
      • ‘Why Haven’t You Known?’Transoceanic Solidarity and the Politics of Knowledge in Feminist Anti-Nuclear Activism
        Author: Catherine Eschle (University of Strathclyde)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Literary IR: Existential dramas, dystopian futures and political science fictions Waverley, Marriott
      Sponsor: Contemporary Research on International Political Theory Working Group
      Convener: Andy Hom (University of Edinburgh)
      Chair: Andy Hom (University of Edinburgh)
      • Tracing the Invisible (Wo)Man Trope in Literary IR: (Women's) Human Rights from Mary Shelley to Elisabeth Moss
        Author: Eileen M. Hunt (University of Notre Dame)
      • Love as a Kind of Rebellion: Camus on Revolution
        Author: Liane Hartnett (Australia National University)
      • On the multiple purposes of social dreaming in the Anthropocene
        Author: Mathias Thaler (University of Edinburgh)
      • IR as 'Space' for politics and/or 'Place' for dreaming? Reading magical realist fiction as a reimagination of political space
        Author: Shambhawi Tripathi (University of St. Andrews)
      • Today was a Fairy Tale: The Structure of the Fairy Tale, War, and History
        Author: Anthony Lang (University of St Andrews)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Militarism and war through the prism of Russian culture Carron, Hilton
      Sponsor: Russian and Eurasian Security Working Group
      Convener: RESG Working group
      Chair: Victoria Hudson (King's College London)
      • '"Anyone can be a hero": Everyday hero-making and youth in Russia's war in Ukraine
        Author: Allyson Edwards (Bath Spa University)
      • Identity as security: myths, militarism and the (re-) making of Russia
        Author: Precious Chatterje-Doody (Open University)
      • Russian Strategic Culture and Nuclear Weapons: Identity and Perception
        Author: Mikhail Kupriyanov (University of York)
      • War for children: the dynamics of militarism and anti-militarism in Russia
        Author: Katarzyna Kaczmarska (University of Edinburgh)
      • State perceptions of ‘foreign fighters’ in contemporary Russia: How ‘foreign fighters’ emerged as a subject and were constructed through discourse
        Author: Annamaria Kiss (King's College London)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Pandemic Governance - Institutions and treaties in the times of COVID-19 Endrick, Hilton
      Sponsor: Global Health Working Group
      Convener: GHWG Working group
      Chair: Eva Hilberg (University of Sheffield)
      • COVID in a Low-Trust Environment: The Case of Hong Kong
        Authors: Nicholas Thomas , Pang Qin (Sun Yat Sen University)*
      • Constructing a stronger WHO leadership in PHEIC
        Author: Yujue Cao (University of York, Politics)
      • Understanding the Agency of an International Health Organisation Based on a Public-Private Partnership Model
        Author: Minju Jung (University of Sheffield)
      • Issues of Access and inequity in Developing Countries of Health Products during Covid-19 and Intellectual Property Rights Regime
        Author: Krishna Kumar Verma (Jawaharlal Nehru University)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Projecting Spacepower and Terrestrial Interests Clyde, Hilton
      Sponsor: Astropolitics Working Group
      Convener: Bleddyn Bowen (University of Leicester)
      Chair: Bleddyn Bowen (University of Leicester)
      • Legal contest and the competition to define ‘rules of the road’ for outer space
        Author: Haley Rice (University of St Andrews)
      • Nuclear Eyes: The Uses and Implications of Satellites for Arms Control Verification and Monitoring.
        Author: Tegan Harrison (Cardiff University)
      • The Fylingdales Archive: opening the “black-box” of space surveillance
        Authors: Michael Mulvihill (Newcastle University) , Chloe Barker (Newcastle University)
      • The Shifting Referents of Space Security
        Authors: Andrew Neal (University of Edinburgh) , Lauren Rogers (University of Edinburgh)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Re-theorizing emotions in world politics Tay, Hilton
      Sponsor: Emotions in Politics and International Relations Working Group
      Convener: EPIR Working group
      Chair: Karin Fierke (University of St. Andrews)
      • A surprise to who? Queer feminist interventions in the study of white nationalism and affect
        Author: Elisabell Beyer (University of Manchester)
      • The Invisible Luggage of Ukrainian Refugees: Emotions, Trauma and Diaspora diplomacy
        Authors: Alina Dolea (Bournemouth University) , Tabitha Baker (Bournemouth University)*
      • Emotion in Praxis: Change and the Affective Underpinnings of Global Order
        Author: Joost Hendrik Pietschmann (University of St Andrews)
      • Feeling the difference: Emotions and Global IR
        Author: Deniz Kuru (Goethe University Frankfurt)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Reconceptualising IR Ledmore, Hilton
      Sponsor: BISA
      Convener: Joe Lin (University of Bristol)
      Chair: Joe Lin (University of Bristol)
      • Decolonising IPE: A Taoist-inspired reflection on China and the Global Ecological Crisis
        Author: Joe Lin (University of Bristol)
      • What is Progressive about Pragmatist IR and what guidance does it offer those responding to the Russia-Ukraine war?
        Author: Jason Ralph (University of Leeds and EJIS)
      • Twinning: Solidarity, Recognition and Restitution Meditations on the possibilities of a more radical conception of “International Friendship”
        Author: Holly Eva Ryan (Queen Mary University of London)
      • The experience of danger in International Relations
        Author: Eitan Oren (King's College London)
      • An East Asian Genealogy of the Modern International Order: Transformations of Fractal Space
        Author: Inho Choi (University of Southern California and Berggruen Institute)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Reflections on Preventing Violent Extremism QE2, Marriott
      Sponsor: Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group
      Conveners: Amna Kaleem (University of Sheffield) , Tom Pettinger (University of Warwick) , Alice Finden (Durham University)
      Chair: Julian Schmid (Central European University)
      • Should ‘all good citizens be counter-terrorism citizens?’: Prevent Strategy and the Securitisation of Citizenship
        Author: Amna Kaleem (University of Sheffield)
      • Exploring the Connection between Migration and Terrorism: Does the risk justify potential human rights abuses
        Author: Erika Brady (Canterbury Christ Church University)
      • “Nous ne les laisserons pas passer”. Anti-Muslim narratives in French Counterterrorism
        Author: Fabrizio Leonardo Cuccu (Dublin City University)
      • Rethinking Methodologies in Terrorism Studies: A Trauma-informed cognitive behaviour therapy single-arm mixed-method trial to encourage community reintegration of former Boko Haram members
        Author: Tarela Juliet Ike (Teesside University)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Roundtable / Responding to Outrage 2: Apologies, Inquiries, Commemoration, Scandal, and Truth and Reconciliation Lochay, Hilton
      Sponsor: Post-Structural Politics Working Group
      Chair: Jamie Johnson (University of Leicester)
      Participants: Zeger Verleye (University of Antwerp) , Henrique Tavares Furtado (University of the West of England) , Tom Bentley (University of Aberdeen) , Jamie Johnson (University of Leicester) , Victoria Basham (Cardiff University) , Owen Thomas (University of Exeter)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Teaching to Inspire in Challenging Times Argyll, Marriott
      Sponsor: Learning and Teaching Working Group
      Convener: Ilan Baron (Durham University)
      Chair: Ilan Baron (Durham University)
      Discussant: Ilan Baron (Durham University)
      • Discussing apartheid: Challenges (and rewards) of teaching apartheid in international politics
        Author: Moriel Ram (Newcastle University)
      • Mastering the Socratic Method for Seminars in Social Sciences
        Authors: Selim Yilmaz (University of Nottingham) , Ximing Fan (Loughborough University)
      • Disrupting anthropocentric fantasies of authority and control: Climate change adaptation in the work of Jeff VanderMeer
        Authors: Jennifer Hobbs (University of Leicester) , Jana Fey (University of Sussex)
      • Experiments in consciousness raising as critical IR pedagogy
        Author: Rupert Alcock (Bath Spa University)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Roundtable / The Contemporary Asia-Pacific: A Region at Risk of Unravelling? Ewing, Marriott
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Chair: John Ravenhill (University of Waterloo)
      Participants: John Ravenhill (University of Waterloo) , Robyn Klingler-Vidra (King's College, London) , Catherine Jones (University of St. Andrews) , Yang Jiang (Danish Institute for International Studies)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / The Ideological Turn in International Studies Drummond, Marriott
      Sponsor: Historical Sociology and International Relations Working Group
      Convener: Jonathan Leader Maynard (King's College London)
      Chair: Jonathan Leader Maynard (King's College London)
      • Varieties of Nationalism in Decolonial Thought: Algeria and India Compared
        Authors: Rochana Bajpai (SOAS, University of London)* , Fiona Adamson (SOAS, University of London)
      • Not Right Now? The Delayed Effects of Brexit on Foreign Policy
        Authors: Alexander Mesarovich (University of Edinburgh)* , Benjamin Martill (University of Edinburgh)
      • Ideological Infrastructures in World Politics
        Author: Jonathan Leader Maynard (King's College London)
      • The Role of Ideology in Russian Foreign Policy
        Author: David Lewis (University of Exeter)
      • Is World Politics Class Politics? Coalitions of Class Support and Voting at the United Nations General Assembly 1947-2019
        Author: Nicholas Lees (University of Liverpool)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / The politics of nature and landscapes in South East Europe I Kinloch, Hilton
      Sponsor: South East Europe Working Group
      Convener: Katarina Kusic (University of Bremen)
      Chair: Michiel Piersma (University of Liverpool)
      Discussant: Katarina Kusic (University of Bremen)
      • Hydropolitics in South-Eastern Europe: landscapes of socio-ecological contestations
        Author: Saska Petrova (University of Manchester)
      • The ‘greening’ of protest politics: explaining the significance of environmental frames in the Rio Tinto protests in Serbia
        Authors: Sabina Pačariz (King's College London)* , Filip Ejdus (University of Belgrade)* , Adam Fagan (King's College London)* , Mate Subašić (King's College London)
      • Geopolitical positioning of environmentalists in Belgrade, Serbia: Environmental politics between imaginative geographies and material constraints
        Author: Ognjen Kojanić (University of Cologne)
      • "Green are fields, not mines": the case of lithium mining and resistance in Serbia
        Author: Nina Djukanović (University of Oxford)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Trade in/and political economy Tweed, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Convener: IPEG Working group
      Chair: Zoe Pflaeger Young (De Montfort University)
      • Gender Inequalities in the IPE of Trade Literature
        Authors: Valbona Muzaka (King's College London)* , James Scott (King's College London)
      • Locating British Consumers in Global Capitalism: Consumption and the Everyday Roots of Global Trade
        Author: Edward Pemberton (University of Sheffield)
      • Tweeting Trade: An Analysis of Contemporary Trade Discourse in Social Media
        Authors: Tyler Girard (University of Purdue)* , Erin Hannah (King's University College at the University of Western Ontario)* , Andrea Lawlor (King's University College at the University of Western Ontario) , James Scott (King's College London)*
      • The New English Freeports: Neoliberal vision meets a post-liberal world
        Author: Patrick Holden (University of Plymouth)
    • 10:30 AM 10:45 AM
      Refreshment break: SPONSORED BY WORLD POLITICS REVIEW 15m
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Roundtable / Communication beyond the article Ewing, Marriott
      Sponsor: BISA
      Chair: Mariana Vieira (Book Reviews Editor, International Affairs)
      Participants: Chrissie Duxson (Communications Manager, BISA) , Rebecca Tapscott (Book Reviews Editor, Civil Wars journal) , Migena Pengili (Assistant Editor, Civil Wars journal) , Isabel Muttreja (Marketing Manager, International Affairs)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Contemporary Conflict: Challenges and Change Waverley, Marriott
      Sponsor: War Studies Working Group
      Convener: WSWG Working group
      Chair: Caroline Kennedy-Pipe (Loughborough University)
      • Oil-fueled Wars. The Influence of Volatile Energy Resources Prices on the Military Capabilities of States – a Comparative Study
        Author: Jarosław Jarząbek (University of Wrocław)
      • Political Mobilization and Urban Warfare: From the Urban as Terrain to the Urban as Power-structure
        Authors: Adrian López Fleming (University of Barcelona) , Esteban Brian Delgado Arias (Autonomous University of Barcelona)*
      • Confronting Russia in Cyberspace
        Author: Gavin Hall (University of Strathclyde)
      • Examining Convergence and Divergence in the Fighting Patterns of ‘Islamic State’ Jihadist Groups in The Wider Sahel
        Authors: Melita Lazell (University of Portmsouth) , Ed Stoddard (University fo Portsmouth)*
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Critical approaches to studying terrorism, counter terrorism and counter extremism in the Middle East Don, Hilton
      Sponsor: Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group
      Conveners: Alice Finden (Durham University) , Nicola Pratt (University of Warwick)
      Chair: Rabea Khan (University of Edinburgh)
      • ‘Preventing Violent Extremism’ and Development in the Middle East and North Africa: Examining Gender, Race, Faith and Coloniality
        Authors: Nicola Pratt (University of Warwick) , Jennifer Eggert (Joint Learning Initiative on Faith and Local Communities (JLI) and the University of Leeds)* , Juanita Elias (University of Warwick)*
      • A Critical appraisal of Terrorism and Political Violence Writings in Arabic (2001-2021)
        Author: Ahmed Abozaid (University of Southampton)
      • Vernacular security and religion in Tunisia: the role of local imams in the implementation of P/CVE measures
        Author: Fabrizio Leonardo Cuccu (Dublin City University)
      • Beyond a Western Narrative of Terrorism: The Case of Egypt (1952-present) from a Postcolonial Perspective
        Author: Lujain Meligy (Kings College London)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Digital technology, social media and its politics Carron, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Studies and Emerging Technologies Working Group
      Convener: ISET
      Chair: Odilile Ayodele (University of Johannesburg)
      • Dual-use technologies as an emerging global problem
        Author: Seher Kurt (University of Glasgow)
      • Russia’s Platform Bans and Wartime Censorship: Comparing State-Platform Conflict Dynamics
        Author: Mariëlle Wijermars (Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies)
      • Ukraine’s Digital Improvisation and the Reshaping of the Digital Society
        Author: Ilan Manor (The University of Oxford)
      • Combating Cyber Hate Speech Criminality: How Algorithms Are Changing Judicial Action against Violence
        Author: Miao-ling Hasenkamp (University of Rostock)
      • The regulatory challenges of global social media regulation: little trust, no confidence?
        Authors: Helena Farrand Carrapico (Northumbria University) , Ben Farrand (Newcastle University)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Gendered narratives in counter terrorism Dee, Hilton
      Sponsor: Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group
      Conveners: Amna Kaleem (University of Sheffield) , Tom Pettinger (University of Warwick) , Alice Finden
      Chair: Laura Sjoberg (Royal Holloway, University of London)
      Discussant: Laura Sjoberg (Royal Holloway, University of London)
      • The Security Threat from Returning Foreign Fighters: A Human Rights Challenge of our Own Making
        Author: Erika Brady (Canterbury Christ Church University)
      • Violent, Vulnerable, Victim: A response to terrorism studies’ approach to misogynist incel radicalization
        Authors: Ann-Kathrin Rothermel (University of Potsdam)* , Lisa Sugiura (University of Portsmouth)* , Megan Kelly (University of Basel)
      • The impact of gendered narratives on Western women’s decision to join and leave the Islamic State
        Author: Julia Canas-Martinez (University College Dublin)
      • Black Pills and Lonely Men: Examining Incel Worldview and Radicalisation with Theories from Terrorism Studies
        Author: Grace Johnson (University of Aberdeen)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Global Perspectives on the Ethics of War, Violence and International Law Spey, Hilton
      Sponsor: Ethics and World Politics Working Group
      Convener: EWPG Working group
      Chair: David J. Karp (University of Sussex)
      • Hegel’s Critique of International Law
        Author: Seán Molloy (University of Kent)
      • The West’s Politics of Aggression and the Global South
        Author: Muhammad Ashfaq (University of St Andrews)
      • Decolonisation, Dewesternisation and the Responsibility to Protect
        Author: Robin Dunford (University of Brighton)
      • The ethics of gun control policy: Mapping actor coalitions and policy frames
        Authors: Ece Ozlem Atikcan (University of Warwick) , Tim Henrichsen (University of Warwick)
      • A "Just Vengeance" or just a vengeance? Analyzing the use of revenge as a just cause by jihadist terrorist groups
        Author: Marie Robin (Université Paris Panthéon-Assas)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Identity (re-)formation in and about Ukraine Clyde, Hilton
      Sponsor: Russian and Eurasian Security Working Group
      Convener: RESG Working group
      Chair: Precious Chatterje-Doody (Open University)
      Discussant: Precious Chatterje-Doody (Open University)
      • Ukraine's national identity and foreign policy, 1994-2004
        Author: Artur Nadiiev (University of Nottingham)
      • From friend to foe?: Exploring the context of attitudinal shifts among Ukrainian students towards Russian strategic narratives between 2011 and 2021
        Author: Victoria Hudson (King's College London)
      • Examining motives of foreign fighter mobilization: Lessons from the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine
        Authors: Huseyn Aliyev (University of Glasgow) , Hana Josticova (University of Glasgow)*
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Roundtable / Methodological approaches to researching race and gender logics in the British Army Endrick, Hilton
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Chair: Georgina Holmes (The Open University)
      Participants: Catherine Baker (University of Hull) , Kandida Purnell (Richmond American University London) , Emma Dolan (University of Aberdeen) , Natasha Danilova (University of Aberdeen)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / New directions in the study of disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration (DDR) and peace building processes: Global and local level evidence Ledmore, Hilton
      Sponsor: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group
      Convener: Julia Palik (Peace Research Institute Oslo)
      Chair: Govinda Clayton (ETH Zurich)
      • The temporal and political economic dimensions of Mozambique’s peacebuilding project post-1992
        Author: Monique Bennett (Stellenbosch University)
      • Disarmament and peacebuilding in Namibia: 1989-2022
        Authors: Haylene Bossau (Stellenbosch University)* , Guy Lamb (Stellenbosch University)
      • A farewell to arms: under what conditions is post-conflict disarmament successful (or not)?
        Author: Nicholas Marsh (PRIO)
      • Towards a theory on the symbolism of non-state actors ’ disarmament
        Author: Julia Palik (PRIO)
      • Disaggregating Provisions in Peace Agreements: The Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration (DDR) Dataset, 1975-2021
        Authors: David Gomez Triana (PRIO) , Mauricio Rivera (Peace Research Institute Oslo)* , Ida Rødningen (Independent researcher)* , Julia Palik (PRIO)* , Nicholas Marsh (PRIO)*
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Roundtable / Regulatory Disorder and International Trade in an Era of Pandemic, War, Populism, and Climate Collapse QE2, Marriott
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Chair: Gabriel Siles-Brügge (University of Warwick)
      Participants: James Scott (King's College London) , Tyler Girard (Purdue University) , Silke Trommer (University of Manchester) , Marc Froese (Burman University) , Erin Hannah (Western University)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Reparations after mass violence and repression – an instrument for a better future? Argyll, Marriott
      Sponsor: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group
      Convener: Thorsten Bonacker (University of Marburg)
      Chair: Thorsten Bonacker (University of Marburg)
      • ‘My dignity is not for sale’: Politics of reparation, recognition and citizenship in contexts of structural violence
        Author: Eva Willems (University of Marburg / University of Ghent)
      • Complex Victimhood of Combatants: The Case of Sexual Violence within Armed Groups in the Colombian Transitional Justice
        Author: Daniela Suarez Vargas (Queen's University Belfast)
      • ‘Pour la justice, la vérité et contre l’impunité’: Victims as transitional justice actors in Morocco
        Author: Pia Falschebner (University of Marburg)
      • Intersectional Subjects of Transitional Justice: Studying the Gendered and Differentiated Impact of Collective Reparations in Colombia
        Author: Sophie Raehme (Central European University)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Rethinking (Post)Conflict Societies and Subjectivities Through Embodiment: Non-Human Bodies of War (Panel 2) Tweed, Hilton
      Sponsor: Post-Structural Politics Working Group
      Conveners: Marcelle Trote Martins (The University of Manchester) , Nicholas Gribble (University of Manchester)
      Chair: Nicholas Gribble (University of Manchester)
      • Automating Empire: Rifles, Guns, and the Historical Embodiment of Posthuman War
        Author: Italo Bradimarte (University of Cambridge)
      • Biometric Bodies: Collective Senses, Struggles and Cramped Space
        Author: Carys Coleman (University of Manchester)
      • Feeling the Trees Remember: Herbarium Assembly as a Performative Method of Data Collection in the Fieldwork
        Author: Vladimir Ogula (Central European University)
      • Rhythms of Everyday Life in Militarised Occupation, Case-study of Srinagar
        Author: Arshita Nandan (University of Kent)
      • Aesthetics of politics and prestige; a case study of securitization through image(s) in Pakistan
        Author: Azka Durrani (National University of Modern Languages)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / The Future of UK Foreign Policy QE1, Marriott
      Sponsor: Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: FPWG Working group
      Chair: Kaleem Hussain
      • The future of Gibraltar in a post-Brexit Europe
        Author: Arantza Gomez Arana (University of Northumbria)
      • Sovereign role play: Scotland's emerging NATO role
        Author: Alexander Bendix (University of Edinburgh)
      • Examining the Impact of Myth on British Foreign Policy
        Author: Thomas Eason (University of Nottingham)
      • UK Foreign Policy: Is Iran still important to the UK?
        Author: Louise Kettle (University of Nottingham)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / The Politics of Diaspora Lochay, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Politics of Migration, Refugees and Diaspora Working Group
      Convener: BISA
      Chair: Fiona Adamson (SOAS, University of London)
      • Diasporic Geopolitics and the Rise of the Global South
        Authors: Fiona Adamson (SOAS, University of London) , Enze Han (The University of Hong Kong)
      • A Comparative Study of the Turkish Diaspora in Germany and the Armenian Diaspora in France in Terms of International Politics
        Authors: Alperen Usta (University of Leeds) , İsmail Erkam Sula (Ankara Yıldırım Beyazıt University)*
      • Ukrainian refugees as transnational diasporic actor
        Author: Alina Dolea (Bournemouth University)
      • South Asian Women Diaspora in UK: Challenges and Prospects
        Authors: Farzeen Shahzadi (Forman Christian College)* , Muhammad Irfan Haider (Government College University, Faisalabad (GCUF))
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / The challenge and promises of ‘silence’ in global politics Almond, Hilton
      Sponsor: BISA
      Convener: Sophia Dingli (University of Glasgow)
      Chair: Sophia Dingli (University of Glasgow)
      Discussant: Faye Donnelly (University of St Andrews)
      • Silence and the Global Economy of Not Listening
        Author: Elisabeth Schweiger (University of York)
      • When arms speak, do churches fall silent? The silencing of religion and the out-break of war
        Author: Katharina McLarren (Universität Heidelberg)
      • From saving strangers to silencing mass atrocities? British Foreign Policy and the mass crimes against the Rohingya, the Uyghurs and in Yemen
        Authors: Julia Heinle (University of Passau)* , Bernhard Stahl (University of Passau) , Jenni Rall (University of Passau)*
      • Suffocating interactivity and the right to Silence: Mapping interpassivity theory onto digital civil culture
        Author: Lukas mozdeika (Oslo Metropolitan University)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Third Nuclear Age Drummond, Marriott
      Sponsor: Global Nuclear Order Working Group
      Convener: Andrew Futter (University of Leicester)
      Chair: Andrew Futter (University of Leicester)
      • Democracy in the third nuclear age: technological change and political opportunities for democratic governance
        Author: Thomas Fraise (Sciences Po - CERI)
      • The global nuclear order divided: polarisation and social cohesion within the nuclear nonproliferation regime
        Author: Jana Baldus (Peace Research Institute Frankfurt)
      • The Policy of the European Union towards Nuclear Weapons at the Beginning of the Third Nuclear Age
        Author: Wannes Verstraete (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
      • Reactive Rearmament? The Instability of a Post-Nuclear World
        Author: David Blagden (University of Exeter)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Transnational Ideas and Identities Kinloch, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Studies of the Mediterranean, Middle East & Asia Working Group
      Convener: Rory McCarthy (Durham University)
      Chair: Rory McCarthy (Durham University)
      • Explaining Islamist Party Change in North Africa
        Author: Rory McCarthy (Durham University)
      • Explaining Mobilization Processes: The Case of Palestinian Activism
        Authors: Nasri Almasri* , Alexei Abrahams* , Dana El Kurd (University of Richmond)
      • Imagined collectivities?: The Appeal of Social Imaginaries in the Global South and India’s Self-Image during the Cold War
        Author: Jayashree Vivekanandan (South Asian University)
    • 12:15 PM 1:15 PM
      Conference event / Astropolitics Working Group general meeting Dee, Hilton
    • 12:15 PM 1:15 PM
      Conference event / Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group business meeting Spey, Hilton
    • 12:15 PM 1:15 PM
      Conference event / European Security Working Group AGM Carron, Hilton
    • 12:15 PM 1:15 PM
      Conference event / Global Nuclear Order Working Group AGM Don, Hilton
    • 12:15 PM 1:15 PM
      Conference event / International Law and Politics Working Group meeting Endrick, Hilton
    • 12:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Conference event / LUNCH AND ROUNDTABLE - Towards a Feminist Foreign policy in Scotland: Pitfalls, Promises and Lessons Learned. SPONSORED BY THE SCOTTISH COUNCIL ON GLOBAL AFFAIRS (SCGA) in collaboration with The School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Glasgow. Separate registration is essential for this event: https://www.https://www.bisa.ac.uk/events/towards-feminist-foreign-policy-scotland-pitfalls-promises-and-lessons-learned Morblas, Hilton
      Speakers: Annika Bergman Rosamond (University of Edinburgh), Claire Duncanson (University of Edinburgh), Khushi Singh Rathore (Jawaharlal Nehru University), Laura Sjoberg (Royal Holloway, University of London), Malte Riemann (University of Glasgow), Sophia Dingli (University of Glasgow), Toni Haastrup (University of Stirling)
    • 12:15 PM 1:15 PM
      Lunch: SPONSORED BY WORLD POLITICS REVIEW 1h
    • 12:15 PM 1:15 PM
      Conference event / Russian and Eurasian Security Working Group AGM Clyde, Hilton
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Border Making and Unmaking Dee, Hilton
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: CPD Working group
      Chair: Ida Roland Birkvad (Queen Mary, University of London)
      • EU Border Security: Racial and Colonial Aspects of Crimmigration
        Author: Myriam Fotou (University of Leicester)
      • (Un)settling Europe: from settler colonialism to Europe’s ‘migrant crisis’
        Author: Tarsis Brito (London School of Economics)
      • Palestinians in the Post\ Pre Factionalism Era
        Author: Ahmad Jamil Azem Hamad (Qatar University)
      • Mundane Manifestations of State Processes[1]” Postcolonial Resistance to U.K. Bureaucracy: Centring Migrant Women as they navigate ‘NRPF’
        Author: Sophia Taha (Keele University)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Building Trust In An Uncertain World: From Individuals to Institutions, States to Societies Endrick, Hilton
      Sponsor: Emotions in Politics and International Relations Working Group
      Conveners: Vincent Keating (University of Southern Denmark) , Nicola Chelotti (University of Loughborough) , David Wilcox (University of Birmingham) , Jiyoung Chang (University of Birmingham) , Agnes Simon (Comenius University)
      Chair: Eszter Simon (Nottingham Trent University)
      • Trust and Negotiations: Evidence from the United Nations
        Author: Nicola Chelotti (Loughborough University)
      • State Leaders’ Different Responses Toward Uncertainty: Fear, Trust and Hope
        Author: Jiyoung Chang (University of Birmingham)
      • Hypocrisy and Trust in the Liberal World Order
        Author: Vincent Keating (University of Southern Denmark)
      • Below the State Leader: Boundary Spanners and The Development of Trust Between Conflict Parties
        Author: David Wilcox (University of Birmingham)
      • Users' trust in the Moscow-Washington hotline
        Authors: Agnes Simon (Comenius University)* , Eszter Simon (Nottingham Trent University)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Carceral Spaces: Logics, Histories, and Resistance Kinloch, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Politics of Migration, Refugees and Diaspora Working Group
      Convener: Cetta Mainwaring (University of Glasgow)
      Chair: Cetta Mainwaring (University of Glasgow)
      • Carceral Economies beyond Detention: Extraction in Refugee Humanitarianism
        Author: Lauren Martin (Durham University)
      • Contesting migrant capture and incarceration
        Author: Maurice Stierl (Osnabruck University)
      • What’s carceral about penality or penal about carcerality?
        Author: Sarah Armstrong (University of Glasgow)
      • ‘Straying with the Trouble’: Fictioning the abolitionist imagination
        Author: Phil Crockett Thomas (University of Stirling)
      • The ferry as method in the context of bordered/carceral spaces
        Author: Aila Spathopoulou (Durham University)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Constructing and managing ‘securitization’ Ledmore, Hilton
      Sponsor: Political Violence, Conflict and Transnational Activism
      Convener: Political Violence, Conflict and Transnational Activism Working Group (BISA)
      Chair: Aleksandre Kvakhadze (Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies (GIFSIS))
      • Ordering Securitisation, Spatialising Bourdieu: Saudi Arabia's role and the threat of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt
        Author: Javier Bordón (Lancaster University / SEPAD)
      • Cultural Turn in Counter-Insurgency operations: Analysing the essentialised and instrumental use of culture in United States' military operation in Afghanistan
        Author: Mohit Sharma (South Asian University, New Delhi)
      • Why the ‘Good’ Refugee is a Bad Idea: Tracing the Intellectual Roots of Ethnocultural Conflict in Myanmar
        Author: Nimmi Kurian (Centre for Policy Research)
      • The British Securitization of the Radical Environmentalist and Animal Rights Movement (REAR)
        Author: João Raphael da Silva (UWE Bristol)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Ecological Futures Carron, Hilton
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: CPD Working group
      Chair: Joanne Yao (Queen Mary, University of London)
      • Black planetary geographies: race, space and ontology in the Anthropocene
        Author: Farai Chipato (University of Glasgow)
      • Indigenous-washing and colonial amnesia: how New Zealand’s nation brand frames the global climate crisis
        Author: Olli Hellmann (University of Waikato)
      • Radical time(s): emancipatory temporalities in ecological and Marxist thought
        Author: Katharina Hunfeld (University of St Andrews)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Global order and disorder QE1, Marriott
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Convener: IPEG Working group
      Chair: Melita Lazell (University of Portmsouth)
      • Agriculture and International (Dis)Order: The FAO and the Embattled Legacy of Global Food Governance
        Author: Rowan Lubbock (Queen Mary, University of London)
      • Rethinking the origins of globalisation: international political economy and the production of the global scale
        Author: Sébastien Rioux (Université de Montréal)
      • Susan Strange and Authority
        Author: Randall Germain (Carleton University)
      • Sexuality and World Systems Analysis
        Author: Alexander Stoffel (LSE)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Roundtable / Imagining the future of International Politics Don, Hilton
      Sponsor: Review of International Studies
      Chair: Martin Coward (The University of Manchester)
      Participants: Richard Devetak (University of Queensland) , Toni Erskine (Australian National University) , Ruth Blakeley (University of Sheffield) , Mark Lacy (University of Lancaster)) , Kyle Grayson (BISA)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / International institutions and regimes: making and unmaking international law Drummond, Marriott
      Sponsor: International Law and Politics Working Group
      Convener: Andrea Birdsall (University of Edinburgh)
      Chair: Andrea Birdsall (University of Edinburgh)
      • International Cooperation in a Security Dilemma: Collective Enforcement of the SCS Arbitration Award
        Author: Chester Yacub (University of Nottingham)
      • Tracing the Origins of the UN’s ‘Respect, Protect and Fulfill’ Framework of Obligations for Human Rights: 1976-2000
        Authors: David J. Karp (University of Sussex) , Daniel Whelan (Hendrix College)*
      • Importance of ensuring socio-spatial justice through the UN human Rights Regime: Existing challenges and opportunities
        Author: Pranata Bhattacharya (Bankura University)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Memory, Emotion, and Praxis: the (re)construction of ontological security in global politics Waverley, Marriott
      Sponsor: Contemporary Research on International Political Theory Working Group
      Conveners: Terilyn Huntington (Indiana University of Pennsylvania) , Andy Hom (University of Edinburgh) , Ty Solomon (University of Glasgow) , deRaismes Combes (American University) , Kathryn Fisher (King's College London)
      Chair: Ben Rosher (Queen's University Belfast)
      • In the Shadow of the Stranger: Ontological Security and A Return to Enmity
        Author: deRaismes Combes (American University)
      • The Cold War Politics of Hockey: Ice sheets, iron curtains, and ontological security in the 1972 Summit Series
        Author: Andy Hom (University of Edinburgh)
      • Crafting a Cultural Mythos: 9/11, Major League Baseball, and Memory
        Author: Terilyn Huntington (Indiana University of Pennsylvania)
      • Authenticity, identity, and the politics of food security
        Author: Kathryn Fisher (King's College London)
      • Atmospheric Memories and Ontological Security in the global Black Lives Matter movement
        Author: Ty Solomon (University of Glasgow)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / New dynamics of cooperation and interaction in Central Asia Lochay, Hilton
      Sponsor: Russian and Eurasian Security Working Group
      Convener: RESG Working group
      Chair: Marcin Kaczmarski (University of Glasgow)
      • “Protean Spirit”: Uzbekistan’s agency in cooperation with China
        Author: Frank Maracchione (University of Sheffield)
      • The Demise of the Russian Gravity Centre?
        Author: Stephen Hall (University of Bath)
      • The War in Ukraine and Kazakhstan: The Russian Question
        Author: Birzhan Bakumbayev (University of Westminster)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Public discourse on terrorism and security practices Argyll, Marriott
      Sponsor: Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group
      Conveners: Amna Kaleem (University of Sheffield) , Alice Finden (Durham University) , Tom Pettinger (University of Warwick)
      Chair: Tom Pettinger (University of Warwick)
      • “Rejecting Terrorism – ethnographic evidence on the salience of the concept”
        Author: Carl Gibson (University of Nottingham)
      • Public Opinion and Counterterrorism Policy in the UK
        Author: Michael Lister (Oxford Brookes University)
      • Contesting “forbidden” security practices in public
        Author: Lisa Stampnitzky (University of Sheffield)
      • CVE and Transparency: does it build trust and support
        Authors: Gordon Clubb (University of Leeds) , Yoshiharu Kobayashi (University of Leeds)* , Graeme Davies (University of York)*
      • Changes and continuities in the Spanish counterterrorist policies and practices after ETA
        Author: Aitor Bonsoms (IBEI & Autonomous University of Barcelona)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Recurring Global Crises and the Necessity of Feminist Political Economy Clyde, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Convener: Juanita Elias (University of Warwick)
      Chair: Adrienne Roberts (University of Manchester)
      Discussant: Adrienne Roberts (University of Manchester)
      • A Feminist Political Economy Approach to Housing: The Case of Austria
        Author: Stefanie Woehl (University of Applied Sciences BFI Vienna)
      • The crisis in social reproduction and the gender-energy nexus
        Author: Aliki Koutlou (University of Manchester)
      • Decentering and recentering crisis
        Authors: Jayanthi Lingham (University of Sheffield)* , Shirin Rai (University of Warwick)* , Juanita Elias (University of Warwick)
      • Crisis Macroeconomics – A Feminist Intervention
        Author: Muireann O'Dwyer (University of St Andrews)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Roundtable / Russia's Offensive War Against Ukraine QE2, Marriott
      Sponsor: War Studies Working Group
      Chair: James Rogers (SDU)
      Participants: Ievgeniia Lukianchenko (University of Copenhagen) , Patrick Bury (University of Bath) , Hew Strachan (St Andrews) , Anthony King (University of Warwick) , Caroline Kennedy-Pipe (Loughborough University)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Security, Strategy, and Statecraft Beyond Metropoles Spey, Hilton
      Sponsor: Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: FPWG Working group
      Chair: Toby Greene (Bar Ilan University)
      • A Comparative Role Theory Analysis on the Qatari and Emirati Foreign Policies towards the Libyan Civil War
        Author: Yusuf Topaloglu (University of Edinburgh)
      • Uncertainty in Transition: The political setting in Libya after 2011
        Author: Walid Ali (The University of Glasgow)
      • Seeking Autonomy under A Giant’s Roof: Nepal’s Erosion of Security Arrangements with India
        Author: Pengqiao Lu (McGill University)
      • The impact of small islands on national strategy: the case of the Azores in the Cold War
        Author: Tomé Ribeiro Gomes (CEI-ISCTE, Lisbon)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Space Resources: A Non-Extractivist Future? Almond, Hilton
      Sponsor: Astropolitics Working Group
      Convener: Thomas Cheney (The Open University)
      Chair: Thomas Cheney (The Open University)
      • Space Resources, Corporate Actors and State Responsibility
        Author: Fiona Naysmith (Open University)
      • Is The Moon A Fish?
        Author: Marjan Ajevski (The Open University)
      • Space Resources Governance: A Non-Extractivist Future?
        Author: Thomas Cheney (The Open University)
      • Moving beyond the “Extractivist model” of resource utilization
        Author: Natalie Trevino (The Open University)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / The politics of nature and landscapes in South East Europe II Ewing, Marriott
      Sponsor: South East Europe Working Group
      Conveners: Katarina Kusic (University of Bremen) , Michiel Piersma (University of Liverpool)
      Chair: Lydia Cole (University of Sussex)
      Discussant: Roxani Krystalli (University of St Andrews)
      • Transformative justice as if the post-Yugoslav space, land, landscapes, and its peoples mattered
        Authors: Daniela Lai (Royal Holloway) , Sladjana Lazić (University of Innsbruck)*
      • Neglected beaches, felled trees and the political question of the 'natural' in Bosnia and Herzegovina
        Author: Michiel Piersma (University of Liverpool)
      • Invisible Transformations: How tourism disrupts the Sarajevo cityscape yet leaves no trace
        Author: Freya Cumberlidge (Central European University)
      • Rural dreams of energy transition: Governing human-nature relations in (post-)socialism
        Author: Katarina Kusic (University of Bremen)
    • 2:45 PM 3:00 PM
      Refreshment break: SPONSORED BY WORLD POLITICS REVIEW 15m
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / Africa and Global Order Carron, Hilton
      Sponsor: Africa and International Studies Working Group
      Convener: AISG Working group
      Chair: Peter Brett (Queen Mary, University of London)
      • Decoy Forums: African States’ demands within International Criminal Court spaces for United Nations Security Council Reform
        Author: Maxine Rubin (University of Witwatersrand)
      • Is 'Global IR' decolonial? An comparison of the strategies of 'Global IR' and 'decolonial approaches to IR'
        Author: Candice Moore (University of the Witwatersrand)
      • Claustrophobic Global Governance: Africa in the age of anarchy
        Author: Odilile Ayodele (University of Johannesburg)
      • Post-coloniality in Africa-EU relations: contestations over trade and investment, different categories of human rights, and cultural heritage
        Author: Maurizio Carbone (University of Glasgow)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / Applied Challenges in peacekeeping operations Almond, Hilton
      Sponsor: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group
      Convener: PKPBG Working group
      Chair: Nancy Annan (Coventry University)
      • The UN and the Protection of Civilians: Sustaining the Momentum
        Author: Alexander Gilder (University of Reading)
      • Operationalizing human security through protection of civilians? China’s participation in the UN Peacekeeping mission in South Sudan
        Authors: Ruoxi Wang (University of St Andrews) , Mateja Peter (University of St Andrews)
      • UN Peace Operations and Spoiler Management
        Author: Tom Buitelaar (Leiden University)
      • Generating violence?: theorizing how ceasefire monitors lead to ceasefire noncompliance
        Author: Aly Verjee (University of Gothenburg)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / China in World Politics Waverley, Marriott
      Sponsor: Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: FPWG Working group
      Chair: Marianna Charountaki (University of Lincoln)
      • Rethinking great-power rivalry: the role of the EU in the US-China strategic competition
        Author: Sebastian Biba (Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany)
      • Creating a Clear Picture of the Gray: China's Smooth Transition into 21st Century Hegemony
        Author: Matthew Ellis (Purdue University)
      • Affective Decision-Making and Resistance to Chinese Coercive Diplomacy: A Three Country Comparison
        Authors: Yihui Zhang (University of York) , Dan Keith (University of York)* , Graeme Davies (University of York) , Seiki Tanaka (University of Groningen)*
      • China’s Subnational Relations: Boosting Partnerships in Asia
        Author: Nicholas Thomas (City University of Hong Kong)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / Colonising the Future Spey, Hilton
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: Meera Sabaratnam (SOAS University of London)
      Chair: Aggie Hirst (Kings College London)
      Discussant: Rahul Rao (Universtiy of St Andrews)
      • A Postcolonial Critique of the Cyber Capacity Building Efforts in Africa
        Author: Onyendidi Olibamoyo (University of Bath)
      • Narratives of Progress and Coloniality: Lessons from the Colombian Experience
        Author: Cristina Rojas (Carleton University)
      • Imperial Debt Formations and the Future of Global Order
        Author: Meera Sabaratnam (SOAS University of London)
      • Construction and Control of Cartographic Imaginaries in India and China: Kashmir and Taiwan
        Authors: Nitasha Kaul (University of Westminster) , Mariah Thornton (LSE (London School of Economics and Political Science))*
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / Emotions, foreign policy and diplomacy Don, Hilton
      Sponsor: Emotions in Politics and International Relations Working Group
      Convener: EPIR Working group
      Chair: Ty Solomon (University of Glasgow)
      Discussant: Eszter Simon (Nottingham Trent University)
      • Reputational Fantasies and Geopolitical Anxieties: TRT World on Turkey in Somalia
        Author: Jordan Pilcher (Loughborough University)
      • Exploring the limits of emotions in international relations: the cases of trust and revenge
        Authors: Marie Robin (Université Paris Panthéon-Assas) , Vincent Keating (University of Southern Denmark)
      • Memory political deterrence in international politics
        Authors: Maria Mälksoo (Copenhagen University)* , Karl Gustafsson (Stockholm University)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / Feminism, gender and nuclear weapons: contemporary debates and new avenues for research Dee, Hilton
      Sponsor: Global Nuclear Order Working Group
      Conveners: Jana Wattenberg (Aberystwyth University/American University) , Luba Zatsepina (Liverpool John Moores University) , Laura Rose Brown (University of Leeds)
      Chair: Shivani Singh (Aberystwyth University)
      Discussant: Tom Vaughan (Aberystywth University)
      • Alternative visions of security? An examination of the role of gender within The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
        Author: Laura Rose Brown (University of Leeds)
      • Base women and beyond: Toward A Decolonial Feminist Research Agenda on Nuclear Bases
        Author: Catherine Eschle (University of Strathclyde)
      • More women, fewer nukes?
        Author: Jana Wattenberg (Aberystwyth University/American University)
      • Implementing Change: A Poststructuralist Feminist Analysis of Nuclear Weapons Discourse in the Soviet Union and a Shift to Arms Control and Disarmament in the 1980s
        Author: Luba Zatsepina (Liverpool John Moores University)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / Interdisciplinary research in Security Studies Endrick, Hilton
      Sponsor: European Journal of International Security
      Convener: Tara Zammit (KCL)
      Chair: Jason Ralph (University of Leeds and EJIS)
      • The changing character of conflict and the space power dynamic
        Author: Marissa Martin (King's College London)
      • Service and securitisation: ontological security and the integration of women in the military space
        Author: Tara Zammit (King's College London)
      • Inspiring Terror: How Right-Wing Extremist Ideas and Violence Reproduce
        Author: Farah Rasmi (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva)
      • Balance of Initiatives: A New Theory of Power Competition
        Author: Selim Yilmaz (University of Nottingham)
      • ‘The EU’s Role in Multilateral Crisis Management: Lessons and Challenges from Multilateral Engagement in the Sahel for addressing international issues.’
        Author: Stephen Murray (Queen's University Belfast)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / NATO and European Security QE1, Marriott
      Sponsor: European Security Working Group
      Convener: ESWG Working group
      Chair: Lorenzo Cladi (University of Plymouth)
      • Minilateral Security Cooperation as a Way of Ordering: The Case of NATO
        Author: Nele Marianne Ewers-Peters (Helmut-Schmidt-University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg)
      • Does neutrality still exist? Sweden's joining of NATO in the context of wider security alignment trends.
        Author: Joe D'Aquisto (Tallinn University)
      • NATO and the Ukraine War: Strategy amidst Uncertainty
        Author: Andrew Cottey (University College Cork)
      • NATO as a community of values in the multi-order world
        Author: Trine Flockhart (University of Southern Denmark)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / Perspectives on Security (Force) Assistance: Principals, Agents, Continuity and Change Clyde, Hilton
      Sponsor: War Studies Working Group
      Convener: Alex Neads (Durham University)
      Chair: Kristen Harkness (University of St Andrews)
      • Security force assistance, at home? Training, loyalty and control in the UDR
        Author: Patrick Finnegan (University of Lincoln/University of St Andrews)
      • Making Friends or Obstructing Rivals? Security Force Assistance and the Scramble for Influence
        Author: Alex Neads (Durham University)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Roundtable / Refugees and (In)Security: Learning from Scottish ‘Exceptionalism’? Successes, Failures and Opportunities Lochay, Hilton
      Sponsor: School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Glasgow
      Chair: Cetta Mainwaring (University of Glasgow)
      Participants: Cetta Mainwaring (University of Glasgow) , Ian Paterson (University of Glasgow) , Eve Hepburn (PolicyScribe) , Pinar Aksu (University of Glasgow) , Esa Aldegheri (University of Glasgow)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Roundtable / Remembering Andrew Linklater Tay / Tweed, Hilton
      Speakers: Andre Saramago (Universidade de Coimbra), Anthony Lang (University of St Andrews), Prof. Chris Brown (LSE), Danielle Young (University of Leeds), Milja Kurki (Aberystwyth University), Mustapha Kamal Pasha (Aberystwyth University), Toni Erskine (Australian National University), Vassilios Paipais (University of St Andrews), Prof. Vivienne Jabri (King's College London)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / Rethinking (Post)Conflict Societies and Subjectivities through Embodiment: Bodies of Resistance (Panel 3) Kinloch, Hilton
      Sponsor: Post-Structural Politics Working Group
      Conveners: Marcelle Trote Martins (The University of Manchester) , Nicholas Gribble (University of Manchester)
      Chair: Nicholas Gribble (University of Manchester)
      • Communicating the horror: wounded bodies, poetry, and resistance in Timor- Leste
        Author: Marcelle Trote Martins (The University of Manchester)
      • Ocular injuries in the Colombian National Strike of 2021
        Author: Lucía Guerrero Rivière (University of Exeter)
      • Feminist decolonial heterotopias in Peace and Conflict Studies
        Author: Judith Jordan Frias (Universidade de Coimbra)
      • Continuities of state terrorism of the Chilean dictatorship: feminist epistemologies to understand Political Sexual Violence in the "Chile Awoke Movement.”
        Author: Lidia Yáñez Lagos (University of Manchester)
      • Invisible bodies of war: British servicewomen on covert operations in Northern Ireland
        Author: Hannah West (Cardiff University)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / Technicity in International Relations Argyll, Marriott
      Sponsor: International Relations as a Social Science Working Group
      Conveners: Matthieu Grandpierron (Catholic University of Vendée) , Nino Kemoklidze , Rafael Alexandre Mello (University of Brasilia)
      Chair: Rafael Alexandre Mello (University of Brasilia)
      Discussant: Rafael Alexandre Mello (University of Brasilia)
      • Breaking News: Slime Mould Defeats Poverty!
        Author: Alexander Knapp (University of Edinburgh Business School)
      • Organizational Decision-making under uncertainty: Planning for Leave-No-One-Behind in complex development agendas
        Author: Karin Takeuchi (Thammasat University)
      • Practice what you preach: a bibliometric analysis of the sociology of IR journal articles
        Author: Artsiom Sidarchuk (University of Milan)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Roundtable / The War in Ukraine and International Law: Challenges, Contestation and Future Prospects QE2, Marriott
      Sponsor: International Law and Politics Working Group
      Chair: Rachel Kerr (King's College London)
      Participants: Natasha Kuhrt (King's College London) , James Gow (King's College London) , Ruth Blakeley (University of Sheffield) , Henry Lovat (University of Glasgow)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / The political economy of financial governance Ewing, Marriott
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Convener: IPEG Working group
      Chair: Zoe Pflaeger Young (De Montfort University)
      • International tax policy as a signalling device: the case of Bangladesh and Sri Lanka in the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework on BEPS
        Author: Katharina Kuhn (London School of Economics and Political Science)
      • The politics of capital mobility in dollarized economies: comparing Ecuador and El Salvador
        Author: Pedro Perfeito da Silva (University of Leeds)
      • The political origins of financialisation. Central banks, fiscal policy and differential financial deregulation in the UK and Germany
        Author: Inga Rademacher (King's College, London)
      • Same but different? Models and the politics of macroprudential policy diffusion
        Author: Nick Kotucha (University of Warwick)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / The pursuit of justice and fairness in climate change and environment agendas. Ledmore, Hilton
      Sponsor: Environment Working Group
      Convener: EWG Working group
      Chair: Susan Ann Samuel (University of Leeds)
      • Truly Transformative? Animal Rights, Animal Welfare and the United Nations Sustainable Development Agenda
        Authors: Cebuan Bliss (Radboud University, Netherlands)* , Andrea Schapper (University of Stirling)
      • A Global Court for Climate Change: A Proposal
        Author: Eleanor Wolff (University of Bristol)
      • Unpacking The Right to A Healthy Environment in a Political-Legal Discourse: A ‘Bold Action’ for Climate Justice?
        Author: Susan Ann Samuel (University of Leeds)
      • Green Lairds, Rewilding and Claims to Land: Interrogating the political significance of symbolic masculinities to Land Reform
        Author: Heather Urquhart (University of Manchester)
      • The normalisation of territorial and political disappearance in climate politics and communication on climate change
        Author: Celine Germond-Duret (Lancaster University)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Roundtable / What's so Great Power about International Competition? Drummond, Marriott
      Sponsor: US Foreign Policy Working Group
      Chair: Daniel Nexon (Georgetown University)
      Participants: Tobias Lemke (Washington College) , Terilyn Huntington (Indiana University of Pennsylvania) , Robert Ralston (University of Birmingham) , David Blagden (University of Exeter)
    • 4:30 PM 4:45 PM
      Refreshment break: SPONSORED BY WORLD POLITICS REVIEW 15m
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Asia and nuclear weapons Carron, Hilton
      Sponsor: Global Nuclear Order Working Group
      Convener: GNO Working group
      Chair: Nicola Leveringhaus (King's College London)
      • How Credible Nuclear Security Guarantees Can Backfire
        Author: Lauren Sukin (London School of Economics and Political Science)
      • North Korea and the NPT: Discordance between Nonproliferation Norms and Nuclearization
        Authors: Kimberly Peh (University of Notre Dame)* , Soul Park (University of East Anglia)
      • North Korea's nuclear identity and implications for the nuclear order
        Author: Rita Durão (NOVA University of Lisbon)
      • Nuclear weapons, war, and civilian control: Principal-agent analysis of US non-use of nuclear weapons in the cold war
        Author: Juhong Park (University of Bath)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Challenges and contestation of environmental agendas Endrick, Hilton
      Sponsor: Environment Working Group
      Convener: EWG Working group
      Chair: Kate Matheson (University of the West of England)
      • UKOTs, Contested Spaces and the Environment
        Author: Kate Matheson (University of the West of England)
      • Pluralising IR : Embracing a vernacular interpretation
        Author: Medha Bisht (South Asian University)
      • An Imagined Green Future World Order with Chinese Characteristics: How different conceptions of a sustainable order affect global climate cooperation
        Author: Bruna Bosi Moreira (University of Duisburg-Essen)
      • ‘Where We Need Water, We Find Guns Instead’: Debating Discursive Futures on the Brahmaputra
        Author: Jayashree Vivekanandan (South Asian University)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Citizenship: A Barrier to Rights and Inclusion? Kinloch, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Politics of Migration, Refugees and Diaspora Working Group
      Convener: Katie Tonkiss (Aston University)
      Chair: Katie Tonkiss (Aston University)
      Discussant: Phillip Cole (University of the West of England)
      • 'Status Affects Everything': The Everyday Administrative Violence Experienced by Stateless Persons in the UK
        Author: Eleanor Cotterill (Cardiff University)
      • Alternative Futures? Hyper-Local Spaces and the Theory and Practice of Noncitizenship
        Author: Kelly Staples (University of Leicester)
      • Citizenship, Cross-Border Surrogacy, and the 'Motherhood Mandate'
        Author: Katie Tonkiss (Aston University)
      • The 'Windrush Scandal', the Hostile Environment and Racialised Exclusion
        Author: Eve Hayes de Kalaf (University of London)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Contestations of (regional) hegemony Dee, Hilton
      Sponsor: Russian and Eurasian Security Working Group
      Convener: RESG Working group
      Chair: Ruth Deyermond (King's College London)
      • Understanding and Explaining the Heterogeneous Foreign Policies of Neighbouring Small States through the Prism of Relational Polarity: The cases of Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia
        Author: Eduard Abrahamyan (University of Leicester)
      • My friend’s enemy/victim: China’s policy towards Ukraine
        Author: Marcin Kaczmarski (University of Glasgow)
      • From Partner to Adversary: Russia and the Western Statebuilding in Bosnia and Herzegovina
        Author: Abdullah Kesvelioglu (University of Edinburgh)
      • International Order, War, and the Struggle for Symbolic Capital: the Global South between Russia and the West
        Author: Kevork Oskanian (University of Exeter)
      • Russia, China and UN Peacekeeping
        Author: Natasha Kuhrt (King's College London)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / European Security beyond its borders Ledmore, Hilton
      Sponsor: European Security Working Group
      Convener: ESWG Working group
      Chair: Andrew Cottey (University College Cork)
      • The Middle East North Africa migration crisis: mixed messages in the EU’s AFSJ/CSDP response
        Authors: Neil Winn (University of Leeds)* , Simon Sweeney (University of York)
      • The Russo-Ukraine war: strengthening the transatlantic bond?
        Author: Lorenzo Cladi (University of Plymouth)
      • Marching into Battle or Irrelevance? EU Rapid Reaction Capabilities after the war in Ukraine
        Author: Laura Chappell (University of Surrey)
      • War in Ukraine and the End of Normative Power Europe
        Author: Kamil Zwolski (University of Southampton)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Everyday affects of international politics Lochay, Hilton
      Sponsor: Emotions in Politics and International Relations Working Group
      Convener: EPIR Working group
      Chair: Roxani Krystalli (University of St Andrews)
      • Don’t piss on my boots and tell me it’s raining: Brexit, basic trust, and ontological security in Northern Ireland
        Author: Ben Rosher (Queen's University Belfast)
      • Ontological security and everyday defence mechanisms
        Author: Anne-Marie Houde (University of Warwick)
      • Affected bodies in contemporary militarism
        Author: Julia Welland (University of Warwick)
      • “Refugee Fatigue”: emotions, attitudes and discourses towards Ukrainian refugees in Poland and Romania
        Authors: Alina Dolea (Bournemouth University) , Dawid Pekalski (Bournemouth University)
      • Beyond Repression: Ideological Affective Disciplining of Marginal Voices in Azerbaijan
        Author: Cesare Figari Barberis (Graduate Institute of Geneva)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Roundtable / Feminist Silences in International Conflict: Of What Do We Speak and to Whom? Waverley, Marriott
      Sponsor: BISA
      Chair: Nitasha Kaul (University of Westminster)
      Participants: Sameera Khalfey (University of Birmingham) , Nitasha Kaul (University of Westminster) , Jamie Hagen (Queen's University Belfast) , Shirin Rai (University of Warwick) , Sophia Dingli (University of Glasgow) , Caitlin Biddolph (University of Sydney)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Feminist and environmental world politics: challenges, opportunities and inconsistencies Clyde, Hilton
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Convener: GIRWG Working group
      Chair: Annika Bergman Rosamond (University of Edinburgh)
      • Trading feminist principles: WPS and corporate interests in feminist foreign policies
        Author: Soumita Basu (South Asian University)
      • Towards Feminist Peace? Implementing Gender Norms at the Global-Local Nexus in Kosovo
        Author: Lucy Maycox (University of Oxford)
      • Exploring gendered logics of climate change security narratives in UK and US climate change discourse
        Author: Sian Perry (The University of Sydney)
      • Gendered Climate Security in the Blue Pacific: New Transformative Horizons for Feminist Foreign Policy
        Author: Elzanne Bester (Victoria University of Wellington | Te Herenga Waka)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Governmentality and Space Argyll, Marriott
      Sponsor: Post-Structural Politics Working Group
      Convener: PPWG Working group
      Chair: Jeffrey Whyte (Lancaster University)
      Discussant: Jeffrey Whyte (Lancaster University)
      • Feminist decolonial heterotopias in Peace and Conflict Studies
        Author: Judith Jordà Frias (University of Coimbra)
      • Political memoirs in Iraq: Discourse analysis frameworks for state-building
        Author: Abdulla Al-Kalisy (St Andrews University School of IR)
      • Surveillance and suspicion: Cold War security at the US Passport Office
        Author: Catriona Gold (University College London)
      • Continuities of Care and Control: Fungibility of Exclusionary Space in an East German City
        Author: Jakub Zahora (Charles University)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Innovating Feminist Theory and Practice within the Middle East Ewing, Marriott
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Convener: Bronwen Mehta (University of Warwick)
      Chair: Nicola Pratt (University of Warwick)
      • An activist feminist ethnography through Twitter: Together we fight as fellows
        Author: Balsam Mustafa (University of Warwick)
      • The pitfalls of ethics procedures: the tension between ethics and legal liability
        Author: Roua Al Taweel (Transitional Justice Institute, Ulster University)
      • “Solidarity across borders”: The construction of regional solidarities in the face of femicide
        Author: Bronwen Mehta (University of Warwick)
      • The allegories of gendered citizenship in Egypt and Lebanon: Archives and daily narratives of feminist legal activism
        Author: Reem Awny Abuzaid (University of Warwick)
      • Intimacy in (the time of) crisis: Queering economic sanctions through the lens of heterosexual love
        Author: Asma Abdi (University of Warwick)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Conference event / Public lecture: War Studies Working Group Keynote - Professor Sir Hew Strachan 'Is the Nature of War Changing?' SPONSORED BY POLITY QE2, Marriott
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Relocating Religion and Religious Commoning as Transnational Solidarities Spey, Hilton
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: Q Manivannan (University of St Andrews)
      Chair: Khushi Singh Rathore (Jawaharlal Nehru University)
      Discussant: Khushi Singh Rathore (Jawaharlal Nehru University)
      • Possibilities of Ahmadiyya Sabr as Global Peacebuilding Praxis
        Author: Misbah Hyder (University of Notre Dame)
      • Against religious-inspired terrorism: Intersections of religion, race, and gender on discussions of agency in terrorism
        Author: Sarah Gharib Seif (University of St. Andrews)
      • Degh Tegh Fateh (the cauldron, the sword, the victory!): abolition as political-spiritual Sikh praxis
        Author: Mandeep Sidhu (University of Brighton)
      • Beyond Abjection: Protest Caregiving as Resistance
        Author: Q Manivannan (University of St Andrews)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Responsibility to Protect and Evolving State Practice Drummond, Marriott
      Sponsor: Intervention and Responsibility to Protect Working Group
      Convener: IR2P Working group
      Chair: Samuel Jarvis (York St John University)
      Discussant: Samuel Jarvis (York St John University)
      • Exploring the Limits of Localisation through the UK’s Contestation of R2P’s Peaceful Measures in Syria
        Author: Chloe M Gilgan (University of Lincoln)
      • Human security and accountability in the Central African Republic
        Author: Tom Buitelaar (European University Institute)
      • ‘In our interests’: Human rights protection and mass atrocity prevention in the foreign policy of a ‘Global Britain’
        Author: Blake Lawrinson (University of Leeds)
      • A Desire, But Not Yet a Duty: The Ukraine War’s Revelations About Our Commitment to the ‘Responsibility to Protect’ (R2P)
        Author: Josephine Jackson (University of St Andrews)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Security from the local to the global: Promoting peace, security and human rights Almond, Hilton
      Sponsor: Political Violence, Conflict and Transnational Activism
      Convener: Political Violence, Conflict and Transnational Activism Working Group (BISA)
      Chair: Alex Crockett (Durham University)
      • Overcoming Social Categories to Promote Long-Term Peace and Prevent Conflicts: Considerations in view of UN's Summit of the Future
        Authors: Giulia Grillo (University of Kent) , Louise Tiessen (University of Kent)
      • Post-conflict security: Building a security force or buying one
        Author: Alex Crockett (Durham University)
      • Political Capacity and the Monadic Democratic Peace
        Author: J. Patrick Rhamey Jr. (Virginia Military Institute)
      • United Nations and Peacekeeping: A Glimpse of its Role in the Protection of Civilians in the Internal Conflicts
        Authors: Vijay Kumar Gothwal (Jawaharlal Nehru University) , Renu Kumari (Jawaharlal Nehru University)*
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Roundtable / Teaching and Learning Café QE1, Marriott
      Sponsor: Learning and Teaching Working Group
      Chair: Ilan Baron (Durham University)
      Participants: Zoë Jay (University of Helsinki) , Marie Robin (Université Paris Panthéon-Assas) , Laura Mills (University of St Andrews) , Roxani Krystalli (University of St Andrews)
    • 4:45 PM 6:15 PM
      Panel / Trade agreements and disagreements Don, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Convener: IPEG Working group
      Chair: Stephen Hurt (Oxford Brookes University)
      • Power and Path Dependence: Explaining continuity over change during the NAFTA renegotiation
        Author: Ludovic Arnaud (University of Oxford)
      • Taking Back Control? Democracy and UK Trade Policy after Brexit
        Author: Stephen Hurt (Oxford Brookes University)
      • Ideas in international trade dispute settlement: the EU and China in the Multilateral Investment Court
        Author: Salvatore Barillà (University of Edinburgh)
      • Principles or Pragmatism? Environmental Sustainability Standards in EU-ASEAN countries FTAs: Case of EU-Indonesia FTA negotiation
        Author: Zhihang Wu (University of Glasgow)
    • 6:30 PM 7:30 PM
      Conference event / Keynote talk Tay / Tweed, Hilton
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Arts, theatre and war: intimate politics, affective discomforts and 'messy' revelations Carron, Hilton
      Sponsor: Emotions in Politics and International Relations Working Group
      Convener: Natasha Danilova (University of Aberdeen)
      Chair: Nilanjana Premaratna (Newcastle University)
      Discussant: Emma Dolan (University of Limerick)
      • An intimate theatre of war
        Authors: Hannah West (Newcastle University) , Alice Cree (Newcastle University)
      • Stories in Transition: Film, narrative and agency in military veterans
        Author: Nick Caddick (ARU)
      • Theatricality, liberal soldiering and the ‘messy’ politics of subversion
        Authors: Marianna Fossaluzza (University of Aberdeen) , Natasha Danilova (University of Aberdeen)
      • The Art of War: Discovering Discomfort/Discomforting Discoveries
        Author: Laura Mills (University of St Andrews)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Brexit and the (Geo)Political Imagination Tay, Hilton
      Sponsor: Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: FPWG Working group
      Chair: Marianna Charountaki (University of Lincoln)
      • Make the Special Relationship Great Again: Brexit implications and the US influence on the Global Britain strategy
        Author: Catarina M. Liberato (University of Kent)
      • Satires of Brexit: The Discursive Construction of Political Failures in Contemporary Literature
        Authors: Mandy Beck (Chemnitz University of Technology) , Kai Oppermann (Chemnitz University of Technology)
      • Elite Perceptions of the Post-Brexit UK-Australia Relationship
        Authors: Ben Wellings (Monash University) , Richard Hayton (University of Leeds)*
      • The Brexit effect on the UK Higher Education and EU academics' career choices
        Author: Catarina M. Liberato (University of Kent)
      • Explaining Brexit’s Shortcomings: Success, anxiety, and evolving fantasies
        Author: Tom Howe (University of Warwick Politics and International Studies)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Roundtable / Climate Change, Net Zero and Future Military Operations Don, Hilton
      Sponsor: War Studies Working Group
      Chair: Duncan Depledge (Loughborough University)
      Participants: Matthew Stott (Cranfield University) , Duraid Jalili (King's College London) , Dhanasree Jayaram (Manipal University) , N/A
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Contentious Politics and Social Movements in the Middle East and Asia Tweed, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Studies of the Mediterranean, Middle East & Asia Working Group
      Convener: Aurelie Broeckerhoff (Coventry University)
      Chair: Aurelie Broeckerhoff (Coventry University)
      • Compressed Urban Expansion - Palestinian Urban spaces and politics
        Author: Saad Aldin Halawani (Coventry University)
      • The Unemployed vs. the Jordanian State: The Battle against Precarity in Neo-Liberal Times
        Author: Sara Ababneh (University of Sheffield)
      • Oral history as participatory heritage protection in Masafer Yatta (occupied Palestinian territory)
        Authors: Aurelie Broeckerhoff (Coventry University) , Laura Sulin (Coventry University)* , Mahmoud Soliman (Coventry University)*
      • Why the Caged Bird Sings: Quotidian IR and Protest Politics in Asia’s Resource Frontiers
        Author: Nimmi Kurian (Centre for Policy Research)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Conference event / Convenor meeting Clyde, Hilton
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Enmity, Great Power Competition, and Strategic Rivalry in US Foreign Policy QE1, Marriott
      Sponsor: US Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: USFP Working group
      Chair: Oliver Turner (University of Edinburgh)
      • Individuals in Securitization: An Investigation into US Presidents' (De)Securitization of North Korea
        Author: Alexander Schotthöfer (The University of Edinburgh)
      • The Third Offset, Artificial Intelligence, and US-Sino Technological Competition: Reconceptualizing Remote Warfare in an Era of Great Power Competition
        Author: Tom Watts (Royal Holloway University)
      • Too Much and Never Enough: Ontological Security and Sino-US Relations
        Author: Xiangfeng Yang (Lingnan University)
      • Orienting the Tide: Israel, the pro-Israel network and the securitization of Iran in the United States
        Author: Jérémy Dieudonné (UCLouvain)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Feminist Political Economy in the European Union Spey, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Convener: Muireann O'Dwyer (University of St Andrews)
      Chair: Asha Herten-Crabb (London School of Economics and Political Science)
      Discussant: Aliki Koutlou (University of Manchester)
      • Gender and Race in the Construction of the European Economy
        Author: Muireann O'Dwyer (University of St Andrews)
      • Toward an EcoFeminist analysis of The EUs Green Deal
        Author: Rosalind Cavaghan (Flax Foundation/University of Edinburgh)
      • ‘The most important issue is to learn self-restraint’. Monetary policy and masculinities in the governance of the Eurozone crisis'
        Author: Frederic Heine (JKU Linz)
      • The Recovery and Resilience Facility: A path to more Gender+ Equality?
        Author: Stefanie Wöhl (University of Applied Sciences BFI Vienna)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Foreign fighting: towards better understanding and responses Dee, Hilton
      Sponsor: Political Violence, Conflict and Transnational Activism
      Convener: Political Violence, Conflict and Transnational Activism Working Group (BISA)
      Chair: Cerwyn Moore (University of Birmingham)
      • The Evaluation of Internet-mediated Interview Methods in Studying Militant Movements
        Author: Aleksandre Kvakhadze (University of Birmingham)
      • ‘They’re Coming Home’: Discourses on the Reintegration of Foreign War Volunteers
        Author: Louise Tiessen (University of Kent)
      • Foreign Fighter Expertise: Myth or Reality?
        Author: Nicola Mathieson (Australian National University)
      • The global economy of private soldiers fighting in Ukraine - From Wagner to Mozart.
        Authors: Karen Philippa Larsen (Danish Institute for International Studies)* , Jethro Norman (Danish Institute for International Studies)
      • The Problems with Framing the Response to Foreign Fighters as a Counter-Terrorism Issue: Learning Lessons from Research on Social Movements
        Authors: Annamaria Kiss (King's College London)* , Christopher Baker-Beall (Bournemouth University)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Migration in Asia Pacific and beyond Endrick, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Politics of Migration, Refugees and Diaspora Working Group
      Convener: Foteini Kalantzi (University of Oxford)
      Chair: Gemma Bird (University of Liverpool and University of Duisburg-Essen)
      • The populist radical right and the impact on migrant rights
        Author: Mabel Newton (University of Southampton)
      • Discourses on in/vulnerability within the ‘Compassionate Nation’
        Author: Lizzie Hobbs (London School of Economics)
      • Emigration States and Interstate Bargaining Politics in the Global South: Multilevel Diplomatic Strategies, Norm Diffusion, and the Philippine State
        Authors: Froilan Malit Jr (University of Glasgow)* , Froilan Malit Jr (University of Glasgow)
      • Carceral islands and archipelagic struggle: Acts of art and politics on Manus Island and beyond
        Author: Lucy Kneebone (Queen Mary University of London)
      • From (de)refugeeisation to Neosecuritisation: an analysis of North Korean refugees sur place
        Author: Dosol Nissi Lee (Center for Advanced Migration Studies (AMIS) and Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS))
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Power in Pop Culture and Media Ledmore, Hilton
      Sponsor: Post-Structural Politics Working Group
      Convener: PPWG Working group
      Chair: Uygar Baspehlivan (University of Bristol)
      Discussant: Uygar Baspehlivan (University of Bristol)
      • Television, Security and Vigil: nuclear weapons and popular culture
        Author: Emily Faux (Newcastle University)
      • Indonesian Show Trials on the Global Stage
        Author: Matthew Woolgar (University of Leeds)
      • From Let’s Go Brandon to Dark Brandon Rises: Competing Visions of America under Biden
        Authors: Joel Vessels (Nassau Community College - SUNY) , Robert Saunders (State University of New York) , Julian Schmid (Central European University)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Queering transnational (in)justices: critical fabulations, reimaginations Waverley, Marriott
      Sponsor: International Law and Politics Working Group
      Convener: Q Manivannan (University of St Andrews)
      Chair: Q Manivannan (University of St Andrews)
      • Revisiting homocapitalism and racial capitalism: Examining critical entanglements between identity and capitalism
        Author: Rahul Rao (University of St Andrews)
      • Queering Atrocity Prevention
        Authors: Jess Gifkins (University of Manchester)* , Dean Cooper-Cunningham (University of Sheffield)
      • Queering the Global Governance of Transitional Justice: Tensions and (Im)Possibilities
        Author: Caitlin Biddolph (University of Sydney)
      • Forum-Shifting and Human Rights: Prospects for Queering the Women, Peace and Security Agenda
        Author: Jamie Hagen (QUB (Queen's University Belfast))
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Rupturing Theory Argyll, Marriott
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: CPD Working group
      Chair: Heba Youssef (University of Brighton)
      Discussant: Heba Youssef (University of Brighton)
      • Remembering the colonial difference: Utusan Melayu as a source of border thinking emerging from Singapore’s colonial experience
        Author: Muneerah Ab Razak (University of St Andrews)
      • The (mis)use of indigenous concepts: Ubuntu as a tool for peacebuilding in South Africa
        Author: Bryony Vince (The University of Sheffield)
      • Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay’s international thought
        Author: Shruti Balaji (London School of Economics)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / The 'World's Policeman' No More? - Changes and Continuities in US National Security QE2, Marriott
      Sponsor: US Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: USFP Working group
      Chair: Nick Kitchen (University of Surrey)
      Discussant: Nick Kitchen (University of Surrey)
      • America First and the Populist Impact on US Foreign Policy and National Security under the Trump Presidency
        Author: Georg Löfflmann (University of Warwick)
      • Risk versus threat in the postwar American national security imaginary
        Author: Mei Ling Young (University of Oxford)
      • The Influence of Public Opinion in the United States' Withdrawal from Afghanistan
        Author: Jonny Hall (University of Surrey)
      • Geopolitics from the locker room: How Trumpism responded to the gendered and sexualised discourse of US decline in the world
        Author: Clara Eroukhmanoff (LSBU)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / The Medicalization of/in Global Politics Ewing, Marriott
      Sponsor: Global Health Working Group
      Conveners: Malte Riemann (Royal Military Academy Sandhurst) , Jana Fey (University of Sussex)
      Chair: Georgios Karyotis (University of Glasgow)
      • Medicalizing in/sanity? The politics of mental health awareness in the United Kingdom
        Author: Jana Fey (University of Sussex)
      • Creating community, constructing difference: medicalization, knowledge production and securitizing moves in AMR epistemic communities
        Author: Suzanne Hindmarch (University of New Brunswick)
      • Medicalising Conflict: A critical discourse analysis of public-health-based approaches to conflict resolution in Israel and Palestine
        Authors: Norma Rossi (Royal Military Academy Sandhurst) , Malte Riemann (University of Glasgow)
      • “Resilient Nation”: Iran’s Vaccination Policy as Status-Seeking
        Authors: Einar Wigen (University of Oslo)* , Alireza Shams Lahijani (University of Oslo)
      • Medicalisation and the Global Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic
        Author: Minju Jung (University of Sheffield)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / The Past, Present, and Future of International Order Drummond, Marriott
      Sponsor: Contemporary Research on International Political Theory Working Group
      Convener: Liane Hartnett (The University of Melbourne)
      Chair: Anthony Lang (University of St Andrews)
      • Normative Constellations of International Order: How International Orders Can Generate Shared Moral Responsibilities
        Author: Toni Erskine (ANU)
      • Future Nostalgia: Reactionary World Ordering and Disordering in the Next Fifty Years
        Authors: Joseph Mackay (ANU) , Christopher David La Roche (CEU)*
      • Paths to Primacy: How Rising Powers Win Regional Domination
        Author: Andrew Phillips (The University of Queenland)
      • “Indirect Warfare” and International Order
        Author: Aaron McKeil (LSE)
      • Love and the Liberal International Order
        Author: Liane Hartnett (The University of Melbourne)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / The gendering of institutions: intersectionality, power and rights Kinloch, Hilton
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Convener: GIRWG Working group
      Chair: Laura Sjoberg (Royal Holloway, University of London)
      • Where are the men?: Male vulnerability in UN policy
        Author: Anna Gopsill (University of London)
      • The Visual Reproduction of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda: Pillars of Gendered, Racialised, and Capitalist Power
        Authors: Columba Achilleos-Sarll (University of Birmingham) , Francesca Melhuish (University of Durham)
      • “There is no one Palestinian woman” – lack of intersectionality within the UN Women, Peace & Security Agenda
        Author: Laura Sulin (Coventry University)
      • Allies as Allies? The Politics of LGBTQ Rights and Inclusion at NATO in Queer International Times
        Author: Matthew Hurley (Sheffield Hallam University)
      • For Better or Worse: Gendering the UN
        Author: Zeynep Selcuk (National Defense University)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Roundtable / What do we learn from the methods and ethics turn in peace and conflict studies? Lochay, Hilton
      Sponsor: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group
      Chair: Werner Distler (University of Groningen)
      Participants: Daniela Lai (Royal Holloway) , Birte Vogel (University of Manchester) , Lydia Cole (University of Sussex) , Katarina Kusic (University of Bremen) , Roger Mac Ginty (Durham University)
    • 9:00 AM 10:30 AM
      Panel / Wider European Security Almond, Hilton
      Sponsor: European Security Working Group
      Convener: ESWG Working group
      Chair: Simon Sweeney (University of York)
      • Understanding Securitisation Success: A New Analytical Framework
        Authors: Georgios Karyotis (University of Glasgow)* , Ian Paterson (University of Glasgow) , Andrew Judge (University of Glasgow)*
      • Lawfare, information warfare and the targeting of journalism: a critical approach
        Author: Natalie Martin (University of Nottingham)
      • War by other, other means: the interactions between cybersecurity goals, digital sovereignty, and trade in digital goods
        Authors: Ben Farrand (Newcastle University) , Helena Farrand Carrapico (Northumbria University)
      • Regulating European defence industries and technologies: Time for reflection?
        Author: Jocelyn Mawdsley (Newcastle University)
      • How energy security calculations influenced positions of major powers during the Ukraine conflict
        Author: Sharad Joshi (Middlebury Institute of International Studies)
    • 10:30 AM 10:45 AM
      Refreshment break 15m
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Bratwurst and the Bear: German and Russian Foreign Policy Orientations in Contrast Carron, Hilton
      Sponsor: Foreign Policy Working Group
      Convener: FPWG Working group
      Chair: Arantza Gomez Arana (University of Northumbria)
      • Alexander or Ozymandias?: Russia’s Foreign Policy in Africa
        Authors: Sky Kunkel (Purdue University)* , Matthew Ellis (Purdue University)
      • Understanding German foreign policy in the (post-)Merkel era
        Author: Jakub Eberle (Institute of International Relations Prague)
      • 'Civilian power' role contestation? Perception of Germany's Russia policy by the "Alternative for Germany" party during Angela Merkel's chancellorship
        Author: Viktor Savinok (Maria-Curie-Sklodowska-University)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Civil society networks and transnational advocacy Lochay, Hilton
      Sponsor: Non-Governmental Organisations Working Group
      Convener: Angela Crack (University of Portsmouth)
      Chair: Angela Crack (University of Portsmouth)
      • Super-Networks Making New Human Rights? The Human Right to a Healthy Environment Coalition
        Author: Andrea Schapper (University of Stirling)
      • Governments, INGOs, and interpersonal networks. Employing Social Network Analysis to assess INGO independence
        Author: Andrea Warnecke (Leiden University)
      • Whatever happened to ‘people-centered’ governance? ASEAN's dual democratic deficits and the challenge for civil society
        Author: David Norman (University of Portsmouth)
      • Transnational Advocacy in the Global Governance of Corruption: Mapping the Field
        Author: Ellen Gutterman (York University (Canada))
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Concealed violences: The ethics of knowledge during the Troubles Don, Hilton
      Sponsor: War Studies Working Group
      Convener: Hannah West (Cardiff University)
      Chair: Patrick Finnegan (University of Lincoln, University of St Andrews)
      • ‘Rigorous impartiality’? The UK Government, Amnesties and Northern Ireland Conflict Legacy 1998-2022
        Author: Thomas Leahy (Cardiff University)
      • Competing voices and information recovery: Investigations into the use of informers during ‘the troubles’’
        Author: Samantha Newbery (University of Salford)
      • Why is intelligence unethical? The case of the Northern Ireland conflict
        Author: Eleanor Leah Williams (Cardiff University)
      • The non-combatant on the “front line”: British servicewomen during the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
        Author: Hannah West (Newcastle University)
      • Deciding who can and who cannot collect intelligence: developing a hierarchy of trust within uniformed intelligence gathering during the Northern Irish Troubles
        Author: Patrick Finnegan (University of Lincoln, University of St Andrews)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Discussions of sustainability and climate change concepts using critical discourses Endrick, Hilton
      Sponsor: Environment Working Group
      Convener: EWG Working group
      Chair: Saoirse McGilligan (University of St Andrews)
      • Posthuman Geopolitical Culture(s): Decentring the State in the Anthropocene Epoch
        Author: Robert Saunders (State University of New York)
      • Vulnerability and resistance: Islanding climate change politics
        Author: Charlotte Weatherill (University of Manchester)
      • Tackling Climate Change; A Collective Responsibility
        Authors: Mohammad Anash (Aligarh Muslim University)* , Sonu . (JMI)
      • Towards a Global Environmental Thought
        Author: Saoirse McGilligan (University of St Andrews)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Feminism and changing International institutions Tay, Hilton
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Conveners: Laura Mcleod (Manchester University) , Georgina Holmes (The Open University)
      Chair: Laura Sjoberg (Royal Holloway, University of London)
      Discussant: Maria O'Reilly (Leeds Beckett University)
      • Inter-Organisational Cooperation in Conflict Early Warning and Response Since 1990s: A Cross-Case Study of Heavyweights
        Author: Alina Isakova (Bielefeld University)
      • Doing Gender in EU Foreign Policy
        Author: Toni Haastrup (University of Stirling)
      • Organisational change in the UN system during the COVID pandemic
        Authors: Georgina Holmes (The Open University) , Sarah Newnham*
      • Transformative indicators? Gender expertise and Technocratic peace
        Author: Laura Mcleod (Manchester University)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Gender-based violence within and beyond borders Tweed, Hilton
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Convener: GIRWG Working group
      Chair: Annika Bergman Rosamond (University of Edinburgh)
      • Gender violence in cyber-space: how to conceptualise international cybersecurity and cyber-crimes in a gender-sensitive way.
        Author: Claudia Schettini (Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies)
      • Involuntary celibacy and intimate partner violence: theorising patriarchy for comparative work on gendered violence
        Author: Anne Peterscheck (University of St Andrews)
      • Sites of everyday gendered violence and feminist resistance in Southern Europe
        Author: Iratxe Perea Ozerin (University of the Basque Country)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / International Implications of State-Minority Relations in the Middle East Kinloch, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Studies of the Mediterranean, Middle East & Asia Working Group
      Convener: Fiona McCallum Guiney (University of St Andrews)
      Chair: Fiona McCallum Guiney (University of St Andrews)
      • Druze Community Resilience and Resistance: The Struggle of Druze Minority against Assad Authoritarian Regime and Networks in As-Suwayda (2018-2021)
        Author: Mohammad al-Ashmar (University of St Andrews)
      • The Effect of Different Authorities on the Situation of Christians in Syria since 2011
        Authors: Samir Alabdalh (Harmoon Center for Contemporary Studies, Istanbul)* , Nidal Alajaj (University of Kent)
      • Twenty Years of Silence: War, Displacement, and “Peace” through the eyes of the Domari of Iraq
        Author: Sarah Edgcumbe (University of St Andrews)
      • Why do Christian communities support Middle Eastern authoritarian states?
        Author: Fiona McCallum Guiney (University of St Andrews)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Migration and Refugees in Europe Ledmore, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Politics of Migration, Refugees and Diaspora Working Group
      Convener: Christian Kaunert (University of South Wales)
      Chair: Benedetta Zocchi (Queen Mary University of London)
      Discussant: Helena Farrand Carrapico (Northumbria University)
      • Recontextualising modern slavery: Tracing the influence of a migration-control mindset
        Authors: Ece Ozlem Atikcan (University of Warwick) , Sofie Roehrig (University of Warwick & TU Dresden)
      • Frontier-Making: Re-Imagining EUrope on its Dispersed Peripheries
        Author: Benedetta Zocchi (Queen Mary University of London)
      • Standoff Politics and Carceral Borderscapes in the Central Mediterranean
        Author: Michael Gordon (McMaster University)
      • Push and Back: The Ripple Effect of EU Border Externalisation from Croatia to Iran
        Authors: Karolina Augustova (Northumbria University)* , Helena Farrand Carrapico (Northumbria University) , Jelena Obradovic-Wochnik (Aston University)*
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Migration in the Americas Ewing, Marriott
      Sponsor: International Politics of Migration, Refugees and Diaspora Working Group
      Convener: Christian Kaunert (University of South Wales)
      Chair: Andrea Pacheco Pacifico (Paraiba State University, Brazil)
      • The (im)possibility of desecuritisation: interculturalidad and refugees in South America
        Author: Gabriela Patricia Garcia Garcia (University of Exeter)
      • Recognition of Environmentally Internally Displaced Persons in Latin America: The Brazilian case
        Author: Andrea Pacheco Pacifico (Paraiba State University, Brazil)
      • Transborder Politics in the Mexico-US Border: Producing Transborderism from Below
        Author: Mabel Meneses (Sheffield Hallam University)
      • How do migrant children construct the International?
        Author: Patricia Nabuco Martuscelli (University of Sheffield)
      • Aging Out of place: The Implications of Trauma on Well-being Among Aging Refugees in The United States (US)
        Author: Jonix Owino (Sacred Heart University)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / National security policies in light of the War in Ukraine QE1, Marriott
      Sponsor: European Security Working Group
      Convener: ESWG Working group
      Chair: Nele Marianne Ewers-Peters (Helmut-Schmidt-University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg)
      • Renaissance of Bilateralism? Patterns of the UK’s Security Cooperation with EU Member States after 2016
        Authors: Monika Brusenbauch Meislová (Masaryk University) , Andrew Glencross (Université catholique de Lille)*
      • Mapping security issues and their conceptualisations in current national security documents globally
        Authors: Andrew Neal (University of Edinburgh) , Roy Gardner (University of Edinburgh)*
      • For things to remain the same, everything must change: assessing the UK’s transformed role in the Russian sanction negotiations before and after Brexit
        Author: Marianna Lovato (University College Dublin)
      • Das ReBoot: The War in Ukraine and the Zeitenwende in German Foreign, Security and Defense Policy
        Authors: Georg Löfflmann (University of Warwick) , Malte Riemann (University of Glasgow)
      • Civil society and the anti-colonial politics of security in Ukraine
        Author: Bohdana Kurylo (Oxford Brookes University)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Roundtable / Research, think tanks and foreign policy - challenges and opportunities for creating a more equitable international order (Wilton Park) Almond, Hilton
      Sponsor: BISA
      Chair: Tom Cargill (Director, Wilton Park)
      Participants: Holger Nehring (Stirling University) , Tom Cargill (Director, Wilton Park) , Juliet Kaarbo (University of Edinburgh/Scottish Council on Global Affairs) , Sarah Snyder (Rose Castle Foundation)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Rethinking East Asia’s Foreign Policies and Domestic Politics Through Emotions Argyll, Marriott
      Sponsor: Emotions in Politics and International Relations Working Group
      Convener: Phuong Anh Nguyen (University of St Andrews)
      Chair: Oliver Turner (University of Edinburgh)
      Discussant: Karl Gustafsson (Stockholm University)
      • The politics of emotional deference to self-esteem: The case of Japan-US diplomatic negotiations in 1951
        Author: Chaeyoung Yong (University of St Andrews)
      • Interpreting the roles of emotional displays in states relations: Breaking down China’s reactions to US involvement in Taiwan in the 1950s
        Authors: Wei Luo (University of St Andrews) , Phuong Anh Nguyen (University of St Andrews)
      • The role of hope in adversarial relationships: Case studies of South Korean conciliatory gestures toward North Korea
        Author: Jiyoung Chang (University of Birmingham)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / The Possible Political Worlds of Outer Space Waverley, Marriott
      Sponsor: Astropolitics Working Group
      Convener: Sarah Lieberman (Canterbury Christ Church University)
      Chair: Sarah Lieberman (Canterbury Christ Church University)
      • The Future(s) of Outer Space: Speaking to (and Beyond) the Sustainability Agenda
        Authors: Craig Jones (University of Strathclyde) , Saskia Vermeylen (University of Strathclyde)
      • Can Space Norms be Universal? Lets look to International Relations Theories for an Answer
        Authors: Medha Bisht (South Asian University)* , Namrata Goswami (Arizona State University)
      • The representation of outer space: deconstructing the privatization-securitization nexus
        Authors: Celine Germond-Duret (Lancaster University) , Jamie Winn (Lancaster University) , Basil Germond (Lancaster University)
      • Outer space technology innovations: Media representations and environmental implications
        Author: Thomas Bosak (University of Manchester)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / The future of tech, the future of security? Dee, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Studies and Emerging Technologies Working Group
      Convener: ISET
      Chair: Nick Robinson (University of Leeds)
      • Security vs. Privacy: A Discourse Network Analysis of Facial Recognition Technology
        Authors: Kerem Öge (University of Warwick) , Manuel Quintin (Université Laval)*
      • Finding AI faces in the moon and armies in the clouds: Anthropomorphizing artificial intelligence in military human-machine interactions
        Author: James Johnson (University of Aberdeen)
      • The Final First Word on Drones: An analysis of unmanned targeted killing in the war on terror
        Authors: deRaismes Combes (American University) , Terilyn Huntington (Indiana University of Pennsylvania)
      • Overcoming challenges to defence decision-making in times of crisis: the AI-Public Private Partnership and the Anticipatory Governance
        Authors: Tamiris Pereira dos Santos (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Brazil)* , Migena Pengili (Assistant Editor, Civil Wars journal)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Transitional Justice and Peacebuilding Clyde, Hilton
      Sponsor: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group
      Convener: PKPBG Working group
      Chair: Alexander Gilder (University of Reading)
      • Grand-Standing Instead of Policy-Making: Legislators, Parliamentary Questions and Transitional Justice in the Croatian Parliament
        Authors: Lana Bilalova (LSE) , Denisa Kostovicova (London School of Economics and Political Science)*
      • When and where does agonistic transitional justice work?
        Author: Emma Murphy (University College Dublin)
      • Communities of Pressure: How Global Hierarchies Shape the Report-Making of Truth Commissions
        Authors: Anne Menzel (Freie Universität Berlin) , Mariam Salehi (Freie Universität Berlin)*
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Variegations and Negotiations of Contemporary Crises of Social Reproduction Spey, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Political Economy Working Group
      Convener: Juanita Elias (University of Warwick)
      Chair: Juanita Elias (University of Warwick)
      • Engendering the “resistance economy”: Social reproduction as a site of state politics under the sanction regime in Iran
        Author: Asma Abdi (University of Warwick)
      • A world through glass boxes: carcerality in crises and beyond
        Author: Mouzayain Khalil-Babatunde (University of Warwick)
      • Contested Visions of Gender, Crisis, and Governance in the Post-Covid Global Political Economy
        Author: Adrienne Roberts (University of Manchester)
      • Migrant sex work beyond slavery and trafficking: sex work, unfree labour and the crisis of social reproduction in Ghana
        Author: Ellie Gore (University of Manchester)
      • “The Great Resignation” Crisis: Imagined Workers’ Empowerment and Gendered Disempowerment
        Authors: Xiao Sun (University of Florida)* , Aida Hozic (University of Florida)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / What Have We done? Reflections on War and Withdrawal in Afghanistan QE2, Marriott
      Sponsor: War Studies Working Group
      Conveners: Hannah Partis-Jennings (Loughborough University) , Sara de Jong (University of York)
      Chair: Clara Eroukhmanoff (LSBU)
      • Fuelled by Moral Injury? Veterans’ Advocacy to Evacuate their ‘Afghan Brothers’
        Author: Sara de Jong (University of York)
      • The (Im)Possibilities of Feminist Militarism? The Case of Afghanistan
        Author: Hannah Partis-Jennings (Loughborough University)
      • Failures of Statebuilding: Understanding the Collapse of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
        Authors: Florian Weigand (LSE)* , Jasmine Bhatia (Birkbeck University of London)
      • Women, Peace and Security - Afghanistan’s Women since August 2021
        Author: Neelam Raina (Middlesex University London)
    • 10:45 AM 12:15 PM
      Panel / Worlding and Unworlding in IR Drummond, Marriott
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: CPD Working group
      Chair: Meera Sabaratnam (SOAS University of London)
      • Forgetting Disaster: Coloniality, Queer Unworlding, and the UK's Emergency Planning Industry
        Author: Tom Pettinger (University of Warwick)
      • Race and Empire in the International Relations classroom: towards reparative futures?
        Author: Leila Mouhib (ULB)
      • Rethinking Non-Western Agency in International Studies
        Author: Ida Roland Birkvad (LSE)
      • Economic Informalisation and the Shifting Ideas and Practices of Citizenship in Harare, Zimbabwe
        Author: Kristina Pikovskaia (University of Edinburgh)
      • Futurities beyond debt bondage
        Author: Sabrina Keller (University of Kassel)
    • 12:15 PM 1:15 PM
      Conference event / Intervention and Responsibility to Protect Working Group Meeting Kinloch, Hilton
    • 12:15 PM 1:15 PM
      Lunch 1h
    • 12:30 PM 1:15 PM
      Conference event / BISA prize giving ceremony Tay, Hilton
    • 1:15 PM 1:45 PM
      Conference event / BISA AGM Tay, Hilton
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Boundaries of international law: issues and actors Carron, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Law and Politics Working Group
      Convener: Henry Lovat (University of Glasgow)
      Chair: Henry Lovat (University of Glasgow)
      Discussant: James Gow (King's College London)
      • The effectiveness and validity of sanctions: Exploring Hans J. Morgenthau’s analysis and critique of international sanctions
        Author: Carmen Chas (University of Kent)
      • Human rights vernaculars and international legal careers: the case of Seán MacBride
        Author: Peter Brett (Queen Mary, University of London)
      • The Rhetorical Limits of Compliance: Genocide, Self-Defense, and Russia's International Law Justifications for the Invasion of Ukraine
        Author: Kyle Reed (Kolleg-Forschungsgruppe The International Rule of Law - Rise or Decline?)
      • The Draft Treaty on the Prevention of the Placement of Weapons in Outer Space
        Author: Michelle Chase (UNSW Canberra)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Roundtable / Building Ecofeminist Analyses of Climate Breakdown Endrick, Hilton
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Chair: Sherilyn MacGregor (University of Manchester)
      Participants: Rosalind Cavaghan (Flax Foundation/University of Edinburgh) , Claire Duncanson (University of Edinburgh) , Zarina Ahmad (University of Manchester) , N/A
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Challenging strategic assumptions and traditions around the bomb Don, Hilton
      Sponsor: Global Nuclear Order Working Group
      Convener: GNO Working group
      Chair: Patricia Shamai (University of Portsmouth)
      Discussant: Nicola Leveringhaus (King's College London)
      • The Disadvantage of Nuclear Superiority
        Authors: Abby Fanlo* , Lauren Sukin (London School of Economics and Political Science)
      • The role of status in strategic arms control
        Author: Marcin Kaczmarski (University of Glasgow)
      • Gender and Post colonial perspectives on the Global Nuclear Order
        Author: Shreya Sharma
      • The logic of extended nuclear deterrence: Is there sufficient logical reason to support its assumed effectiveness as a deterrent threat?
        Author: Konstantin Schendzielorz (University of St. Gallen)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Critical War and Security Studies Dee, Hilton
      Sponsor: Post-Structural Politics Working Group
      Convener: PPWG Working group
      Chair: Henrique Tavares Furtado (University of the West of England)
      Discussant: Henrique Tavares Furtado (University of the West of England)
      • Counting security in the vernacular
        Author: Lee Jarvis (UEA)
      • War Crimes of Australian Special Forces During the Afghan War and Agamben’s State of Exception
        Author: Gözde Turan (Antalya Bilim University)
      • Experimenting with UAVs: surveillance and interventionism in Brazilian military
        Authors: Jonathan de Assis (Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP))* , Mariana Janot (Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP))
      • Mutiny on the Twitch Stream: ‘Gamers for Peace’ and Veteran Resistance in Digital Spaces
        Authors: Jeffrey Whyte (Lancaster University) , Sarah Collier (University College London)*
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Emotions and international organizations Kinloch, Hilton
      Sponsor: Emotions in Politics and International Relations Working Group
      Convener: EPIR Working group
      Chair: TBC
      Discussant: Scott Edwards (University of Bristol)
      • A New Type of Othering? The EU as the “Other” in the British Prime Ministerial post-Brexit rhetoric
        Author: Monika Brusenbauch Meislová (Masaryk University)
      • “We stand together. And it feels really good”: How Official Ritual Promotes Social Cohesion Among NATO Member States
        Author: Simon Koschut (Zeppelin University Friedrichshafen)
      • Everyday emotions and international organisations
        Author: Anne-Marie Houde (University of Warwick)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Feminist Foreign Policy: States, Leadership, Security and Everyday Knowledge Production, Clyde, Hilton
      Sponsor: Gendering International Relations Working Group
      Convener: Annika Bergman Rosamond (University of Edinburgh)
      Chair: Annika Bergman Rosamond (University of Edinburgh)
      • A Feminist Foreign Policy in the UK? Implications for Atrocity Prevention
        Author: Cristina Stefan (University of Leeds)
      • The ‘Hillary Doctrine’ versus Feminist Foreign Policy: the logic of adopting gender equality measures within foreign policy.
        Author: Jennifer Thomson (University of Bath)
      • The Everyday Knowledge Production of/on Feminist Foreign Policy in Germany
        Author: Karoline Färber (King’s College London)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Japan's Proactive Role in Contributing to Peace Ledmore, Hilton
      Sponsor: International Studies of the Mediterranean, Middle East & Asia Working Group
      Convener: Bhubhindar Singh (Nanyang Technological University)
      Chair: Bhubhindar Singh (Nanyang Technological University)
      • Dysfunctional partners: emotion and the politics of anger in Japanese-Republic of Korea relations
        Author: John Nilsson-Wright (University of Cambridge)
      • ‘The Rinji Gaikō Curse: Overcoming Ad-hockery in Japanese Postwar Foreign Policy’
        Author: Giulia Garbagni (University of Cambridge)
      • Japan as a global (partial) military power
        Author: Christopher W. Hughes (University of Warwick)
      • Can Japan’s regional military exercises uphold peace and prevent conflict?
        Author: Yee Kuang Heng (University of Tokyo)
      • End of the Yoshida Doctrine?
        Authors: Soyoung Kim (Nanyang Technological University)* , Bhubhindar Singh (Nanyang Technological University)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Knowledge production and peacebuilding Almond, Hilton
      Sponsor: Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Working Group
      Convener: PKPBG Working group
      Chair: David Curran (Coventry University)
      • Coping, resistance, and myths: Humour as meta-data in peace research
        Author: Elena Stavrevska (University of Bristol)
      • Transformative mediation as a mechanism for inclusive peacebuilding
        Authors: Maria Adriana Deiana (Queen's University Belfast) , Heidi Riley (University College Dublin)
      • Knowledge production in peace and conflict studies: Through Dialogic Encounters and Intersectionality
        Authors: Hanna Schnieders (University of Erfurt)* , Siddharth Tripathi (University of Erfurt)
      • Moving from intention to impact: Reflections on (de)coloniality in promoting peace and transforming conflicts
        Author: Rina Malagayo Alluri (University of Innsbruck)
      • The role of faculty members in peace education instruction: Understandings, pedagogies, and practices in Sri Lanka
        Author: Suren Ladd (University of Sydney)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Militarisation and Carceral Landscapes Argyll, Marriott
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: Elisabeth Schweiger (University of York)
      Chair: Ruth Blakeley (University of Sheffield)
      • Police bombing and the colonial continuities of military counterinsurgency
        Author: Elisabeth Schweiger (University of York)
      • Military Power and Police Power in Haiti: A Continuum of Violence
        Author: Greenburg Jennifer (University of Sheffield)
      • Could Ukraine be Putin’s Afghanistan?’: Telling stories of counter-insurgency in Anglosphere intelligence analysis
        Author: Oliver Kearns (University of Bristol)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Multilaterism, Multinationalism, and Cooperation in World Politics: Theory and Practice QE2, Marriott
      Sponsor: BISA
      Convener: Kyle Grayson (BISA)
      Chair: David Macfayden (Independent Researcher)
      • What Derso and Kelen’s political cartoons tell us about multinational cooperation
        Authors: Stefan Slater (Independent researcher)* , David Macfayden (Independent Researcher)
      • Politics of Aspiration: Future Making or Governing Failure?
        Author: Karmen Tornius (Roskilde University / Danish Institute for International Studies)
      • Lessons from the past: governing global trade in the postwar scenario (1947-1971)
        Author: Francesco Gatti (Scuola Normale Superiore)
      • Multilateral Discord: Examining the Emergence and implications of ‘Factional Multilateral Networks’ in an era of complex crises.
        Author: Stephen Murray (Queen's University Belfast)
      • A Critical Assessment of ‘Like-mindedness’ in International Relations
        Authors: Bertram Lang* , Sebastian Biba (Goethe University Frankfurt)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Neglected Concepts in Worldmaking Lochay, Hilton
      Sponsor: Contemporary Research on International Political Theory Working Group
      Convener: Liane Hartnett (The University of Melbourne)
      Chair: Liane Hartnett (The University of Melbourne)
      Discussant: Eileen Hunt (Notre Dame)
      • Dualism, anti-dualism and the inter-generational politics of the ‘international’ in the Anthropocene
        Author: Andre Saramago (University of Coimbra)
      • Nature in International Relations Theory
        Author: Joanne Yao (Queen Mary)
      • How silence makes our world
        Author: Sophia Dingli (The University of Glasgow)
      • Astral traveling: anarchism and antipolitical worldmaking
        Author: Ida Danewid (The University of Sussex)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Opaque and Visible - Moving Geographies of Race Waverley, Marriott
      Sponsor: Colonial, Postcolonial and Decolonial Working Group
      Convener: CPD Working group
      Chair: Nicholas Barnes (St Andrews)
      • Dangerousness, dehumanization, and race in post-war Sierra Leone
        Author: Anne Menzel (Freie Universität Berlin)
      • Commuting under Occupation: Depoliticization of Israeli Infrastructure in the West Bank
        Author: Jakub Zahora (Charles University)
      • Pursuing Opacity: Geographies of Visibility in the Western Mediterranean
        Author: Jose Ciro Martinez (University of York)
      • Recruiting Racialised Others: Brokerage in War and Migration
        Author: Sara de Jong (University of York)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Roundtable / Teaching International Relations digitally and online: challenges and opportunities for the future. Tweed, Hilton
      Sponsor: Learning and Teaching Working Group
      Chair: J Simon Rofe (University of Leeds)
      Participants: J Simon Rofe (University of Leeds) , Louise Pears (University of Leeds) , Ashley Cox (University of London) , Nick Robinson (University of Leeds)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / The Dynamics of Regional Identity-building in the Foreign Policies of the Western Balkans. Rethinking Agency and Embedded Peripherality QE1, Marriott
      Sponsor: South East Europe Working Group
      Conveners: Antony Horne (University of Portsmouth) , Lydia Cole (University of Sussex) , Katarina Kusic (University of Bremen)
      Chair: Katarina Kusic (University of Bremen)
      • The Duplicity of the EU’s Normative Europeanisation: The Faultlines of Serbia’s EU Trajectory
        Author: Antony Horne (University of Portsmouth)
      • From ideology-oriented to interest-driven foreign policy: Turkey’s pragmatic turn in the Western Balkans
        Author: Jan P. W. Niemiec (Jagiellonian University in Kraków)
      • Regional economic integration in the Western Balkans between cooperation and contestation: the importance of external influence on the process
        Authors: Miloš Hrnjaz (University of Belgrade)* , Aleksandar Milošević (University of Belgrade)
      • Europe as a Bricolage: Complex Transformation of the Western Balkans
        Authors: Marsela Sako (University of Tirana)* , Sokol Lleshi (University of New York Tirana)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / The Epistemes of Global Health - Data, Technologies, and Creative Engagements Spey, Hilton
      Sponsor: Global Health Working Group
      Convener: GHWG Working group
      Chair: Christopher Long (University of Sussex)
      • Growing up amidst violence: Mapping community-based mental health strategies for young people on Colombia’s Pacific Coast
        Authors: Camilo Romero (Universidad de los Andes)* , Sergio Arrieta Vera (Universidad de los Andes)* , Karina Martinez Rozo (Universidad de los Andes)* , Francy Carranza-Franco (Universidad de los Andes) , Juan Roberto Rengifo Gutierrez (Universidad de los Andes)* , Paul Jackson (University of Birmingham)* , Juan Pablo Aranguren Romero (Universidad de los Andes)* , Germán Casas-Nieto (Universidad de los Andes)* , Sarah-Jane Fenton (University of Birmingham)* , Sanne Weber (University of Birmingham) , Mónica Pinilla-Roncancio (Universidad de los Andes)*
      • Regulatory Bottlenecks in Global Health: The Case of UNESCO
        Author: Adele Langlois (University of Lincoln)
      • Turbulent data governance: Antimicrobial resistance, diseases surveillance & biopolitics
        Author: Anne-Sophie Jung (University of Leeds)
      • The Social Lives of Stories – The role(s) of accounts of rare disease
        Author: Eva Hilberg (University of Sheffield)
      • Medical Misrecognition: HeLa Cells and the Global Bioeconomy
        Author: Christopher Long (University of Sussex)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / The Future of Mass Atrocity Prevention Drummond, Marriott
      Sponsor: Intervention and Responsibility to Protect Working Group
      Convener: IR2P Working group
      Chair: Dr Chloe M Gilgan (York Law School)
      Discussant: Dr Chloe M Gilgan (York Law School)
      • Informal Practices and The Future of Mass Atrocity Prevention: Exploring The Function of Arria Formula Meetings
        Author: Samuel Jarvis (York St John University)
      • The Challenges of Atrocity Prevention at the UN
        Author: Karen Smith (Leiden University)
      • The rise of non-Western powers and human protection: Mapping China’s approches in the norm cluster of prevention
        Author: Qiaochu Zhang (University of Manchester)
    • 1:15 PM 2:45 PM
      Panel / Visual Politics and Political Futures: Images and their persuasive power Ewing, Marriott
      Sponsor: Interpretivism in International Relations Working Group
      Conveners: Maximillian Guarini (The University of Bristol) , Natalie Jester (University of Gloucestershire)
      Chair: Maximillian Guarini (The University of Bristol)
      • Anticolonial Surrealism: Poetics & Liberatory Praxis
        Author: Sara Wong (LSE)
      • Images of the ‘body-in-suffering’ in memorialisation practices in Timor-Leste
        Author: Marcelle Trote Martins (The University of Manchester)
      • Producing POTUS as a singular office: Images and the discursive construction of presidential leadership in the United States
        Author: Corrin Bramley (University of Bristol)
      • From Silence to Pride? A Queer Reading of the Swedish Armed Forces’ Pride Campaigns
        Author: Elin Berg (Swedish Defence University)
      • The small-‘p’ politics of Street Art production in ‘Post’-Conflict Beirut and Belfast: Registering sites of intense urban creativity
        Author: Omar El Masri (University of Gloucestershire)
    • 2:45 PM 3:00 PM
      Refreshment break 15m
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / 50 Shades of Critical Methodologies in Global Politics Tweed, Hilton
      Sponsor: Interpretivism in International Relations Working Group
      Convener: IIRG Working group
      Chair: Stephan Engelkamp (King's College London)
      • Talking to the State: Interviewing the elites about what’s not to be said
        Author: Tadek Markiewicz (Uppsala University)
      • It is not Me. It is You! The EU as a Blame Target in the UK Government’s Official Post-Brexit Rhetoric
        Author: Monika Brusenbauch Meislová (Masaryk University)
      • Scaling global governance
        Author: Mei Ling Young (University of Oxford)
      • Carnal Apprenticeship and International Diplomacy, or: How I Became Another Expendable Intern at the OECD
        Author: Frederik Carl Windfeld (European University Institute)
    • 3:00 PM 4:30 PM
      Panel / Advancing Foreign Policy Analysis: Gender, Time and Roles