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International Relations at 100: The Liberal World Order and Beyond

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Department of Political Sciences

 

 

 


ASERI is pleased to invite you to the international conference
International Relations at 100: The Liberal World Order and Beyond


Friday November 15th 2019, 10.30 a.m.
ASERI – Post Graduate School of Economics and International Relations
Via San Vittore 18, Milan

Due to the great participation, we inform you that the event location has been moved to the room PIO XI, Largo Gemelli 1, for the morning session (10.30 am -1.30 pm).
The afternoon session (2.30 pm -5.30 pm) will be held in ASERI (Via San Vittore 18).

 

Click here to follow the event on live streaming (the live will start at 10.30 a.m. on Nov. 15th)


10.30 a.m. Session I

ROOM PIO XI (G.127) - Largo Gemelli 1 (map at the bottom of the page)
The twilight of the Liberal World Order?


Welcome address and introduction


John Maynard Keynes and The Origins of the Twentieth Century Crisis
Prof. Michael Cox, Director of LSE IDEAS and Professor of International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science
The Liberal World Order: a Historical Exception?
Prof. Vittorio E. Parsi, ASERI Director and Professor of International Relations, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
A World Safe for Democracy:  Liberal Internationalism and the Struggle over a Global Order
Prof. John Ikenberry, Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Princeton University
The Military Foundations of the Liberal Order
Prof. Andrea Locatelli, Associate Professor of Elements of Political Science and Strategic Studies, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore


2.30 p.m. Session II

ASERI - Via San Vittore 18
Back to the origins? Wilson’s ideas and the current prospects of the Liberal World Order


Wilson’s ideas, Carr’s critique and the role of Russia in the post-Soviet space
Prof. Matthew Evangelista, President White Professor of History and Political Science and Chair of the Department of Government at Cornell University
Who has the right to self-determination? States, non-state armed organizations and the making of the international society in the Middle East
Prof. Marina Calculli, Lecturer in Middle East Politics, Leiden University
Liberalism, Trade, and the Promotion of Peace: Enduring Hopes and New Realities
Prof. Joseph Grieco, Professor of Political Science, Duke University
A World Safe for Autocracy? The US, the EU, and the limits of Democracy Promotion
Prof. Enrico Fassi, Assistant Professor in Political Science/International Relations, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore


Registrations closed -  Info: 02.7234.8310

We would like to remind you that places are limited; the registration is needed.
We recommend that those who have registered arrive early to secure a place. Those who have not registered online will not be able to enter the room until the event begins and they will occupy the empty spaces, if there were any.

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