International Relations in Dialogue, Sunday 17 October 2010

Below is the second part of the programme for the 2010 Millennium Conference on International Relations in Dialogue. Papers can be accessed in pdf or word by following the hyperlinked paper titles. Details are fairly firm, but there may still be some minor changes made to the itinerary before the conference.

SUNDAY 17 OCTOBER 2010


9:30-10.55     Panel Session 3.1 :  Hong Kong Theatre : WAR, INTERVENTION & PEACE-BUILDING

Chair/Discussant: Vivienne Jabri (Kings College)

Ronan O’Callaghan (Manchester University), Talking about War?: Secular Theology and Noble Sacrifice in Walzer’s Just War Discourse

Maria João Pereira (Technical University of Lisbon) & Pedro José-Marcelino (York University), Trauma and the Politics of Life: Of  War, Security and Humanitarian Intervention

Emily Pia (University of St. Andrews), A Narrative Approach to Peacebuilding

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International Relations in Dialogue, Saturday 16 October 2010

Below is the programme for the 2010 Millennium Conference on International Relations in Dialogue. Papers can be accessed in pdf or word by following the hyperlinked paper titles. Details are fairly firm, but there may still be some minor changes made to the itinerary before the conference.

SATURDAY 16 OCTOBER 2010


09:00 –10:00  Registration & Coffee : entrance to Clement House & D202

10:00 –10:10   Welcome and Introductions : Hong Kong Theatre

10:10 –11.55    OPENING DIALOGUE : Hong Kong Theatre

Chair: Professor Michael Cox (LSE)

Professor Amitav Acharya (American University), On the Possibility of, and Obstacles to, Dialogue between Western and Non-Western IR Theories and Amongst Non-Western IR Theories

Professor Kimberly Hutchings (LSE), Dialogue Between Whom? How Useful are the Categories of ‘Western’/’Non-Western’ in Promoting Global Dialogue in IR?

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