Centre for International Relations

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  1. 2018
  2. Sezal, M. (2018). From Critical to Post-Critical Theory in International Relations: Revitalizing Meta-Theoretical Discussions. Paper presented at ISA 59th Annual Convention, San Fracisco, United States.
  3. Sezal, M. (2018). Reification of Power Structures in Popular Culture: Utopian Science Fiction as Proxy for Legitimation. Paper presented at ISA 59th Annual Convention, San Fracisco, United States.
  4. 2017
  5. 2016
  6. Cezne, E. M., & Hamann, E. (2016). Brazilian Peacekeeping: Challenges and Potentials in Turbulent Landscapes at Home and Internationally. Paper presented at Brazil and Norway: Foreign policy, global governance and the way forward for international cooperation, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  7. Couperus, S. (2016). Forced by nature: rethinking and redoing local democracy after the Galveston flood of 1900. Paper presented at Cities and disasters: urban adaptability and resilience in history, London, United Kingdom.
  8. Couperus, S. (2016). Social exclusion after the blitz: The governance of planning in Rotterdam and Coventry since 1940. Paper presented at European Association for Urban History Conference , Helsinki, Finland.
  9. Voogsgeerd, H. (2016). The nature of the asymmetry between trade and labour rights in trade agreements of the EU. Paper presented at European Union in International Affairs V (EUIA), Brussels, Belgium.
  10. 2015
  11. Meijer, H., & Van der Maar, R. (2015). A Meeting of Minds: Herman van Roijen and Mohammed Roem. How their personal relationship contributed in solving the Indonesian decolonization conflict.. Paper presented at CIAP 2015: Cooperation – Between Moral Obligation and Political Responsibility, .
  12. Couperus, S. (2015). Een vreemde plant op Hollandse bodem. Democratic Challenge, Amersfoort, Netherlands.
  13. Holzhacker, R. (2015). The UN, National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs), and Regional Networks: New Venues for raising LGBT Issues in Southeast Asia. 1-17. Paper presented at International Studies Association, New Orleans, United States.
  14. Couperus, S. (2015). Political Participation beyond Nation, Parliament and Party: Transnationalising “Functional Democracy” in Interwar Europe. Paper presented at Reconsidering Democracy and the Nation State in a Global Perspective, Leiden, Netherlands.
  15. 2014
  16. Kester, J. (2014). Taking the Complexity of Scarcity for Granted. Abstract from 1st Austrian Conference on International Resource Politics: Towards International Resource Fairness - Theories, Conflicts and Policies, Vienna, Austria.
  17. Couperus, S. (2014). Decentralising the urban polity: The neighbourhood as an object of political reform in the mid-twentieth century metropolis. Paper presented at Cities as Political Objects: Historical Evaluation, Analytical Categorisations and Institutional Challenges of Metropolisation, Lyon, France.
  18. Holzhacker, R. (2014). “GAY RIGHTS ARE HUMAN RIGHTS”: THE FRAMING OF NEW INTERPRETATIONS OF INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS NORMS. 1-62. Paper presented at International Political Science Association, Montreal, Canada.
  19. 2013
  20. Blaak, M., & Zeelen, J. (2013). Collective learning and knowledge production in Donor Assisted Education Projects: Can it be regulated in the common project cycle?. Paper presented at UKFIET conference on Education and Development, Oxford, United Kingdom.
  21. Zeelen, J. (2013). Towards new dynamics between education and the labour market in Uganda, the United States and the Netherlands. Paper presented at UKFIET conference on Education and Development, Oxford, United Kingdom.
  22. 2012
  23. de Bruijne, K. (2012). Assessing the baseline bargaining model in the civil conflicts of Slovenia (1991) and Sierra Leone (1991-1996): a reappraisal. Poster session presented at Midwestern Political Science Association (MPSA), Chicago, United States.
  24. 2011
  25. Neuman-Stanivukovic, S. (2011). What is There Left for Us to Do with the EU? Bottom-up Perspective on Europeanization in the EU Accession Context. Paper presented at Actors - Regions - Identities. Constructing a Regional Identity and its Impact on a Region's Inhabitants, Groningen, Netherlands.
  26. 2010
  27. Neuman, M. (2010). The Czech Republic's EU Accession: A Shift-Producing Variable in the EU's Foreign Polity towards Russia?. Paper presented at Europe Twenty Years after the End of the Cold War: The New Europe, New Europes?, Geneva, Switzerland.

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