Dr. Reiss will be back in the United States for a series of conferences during the month of May but otherwise he will not be available while sailing in and around Long Island Sound & New York Harbor on "The Southampton Castaway II".
1000-1200 Insecurity & the Elusive ‘Liberal Peace’
Chair: Angela Gendron (Carleton University); Andrew Williams (University of Kent) ‘Liberalism & War: post-publication reflections/revisions/regrets’; Jane L Parpart (LSE & ICS) ‘Limits of Empowerment: gender, development & violent conflicts’; Georgios Karyotis (University of Strathclyde) ‘Securitization of Migration in the EU post-9/11?’; Charlie Edwards (Demos) ‘Business & Security Sector Reform (SSR)/Stabilisation.’
1300-1430 Security & Ecology
Chair: Geoffrey Edwards (Cambridge); Derek Mcdougall (University of Melbourne) ‘Insecurity in Oceania’; Adam Stern (Carleton University) ‘Security Assessment for the Prevention of Polar Ice Depletion: a Canadian perspective’; Paul Higate (University of Bristol) ‘Security, Space & Place in Liberia’; Timothy M Shaw et al (ICS) ‘A Decade of Human Security: what prospects for global governance & new multilateralisms?’
1500-1700 New Security & the ‘New’ EU
Chair: Malcolm Rodgers (Christian Aid); Sven Biscop (RIIR, Brussels) ‘The European Security Strategy: integrating security & development in EU extra-regional policies & practices’; Peter Trim (Birkbeck College) ‘Countering Organized Crime & International Terrorism: a partnership approach’; Else Kloppenborg (University of Copenhagen) ‘Externalisation of European Asylum Policies: a new paradigm’s difficult delivery’; Christoph Meyer (Birkbeck College) ‘EU Defence: the challenge of divergent threat perceptions & norms in the EU 25.’
1730-1930 Reception: Hosted by Ashgate Publishing for its Series on the International Political Economy of New Regionalisms.
Posted By: Dr. C.J. Reiss, Member of the Institutes at the University of London School of Advanced Studies.