Regional Powers and Global Order
FGV - Praia de Botafogo, 190, Salão Nobre (12º andar) - 06/04/2009 (All day) - 07/04/2009 (All day)

O Centro de Estudos sobre Relações Internacionais da FGV realizou, nos dias 6 e 7 de abril de 2009, a Conferência Regional Powers and Global Order. O Regional Powers Network é um programa de pesquisa realizado em parceria com a Fundação Getulio Vargas, o Global Institute of Global and Area Studies (GIGA), em Hamburg (Alemanha), o Centre for International Studies da Universidade de Oxford (Inglaterra) e o Sciences-Po, em Paris.

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The Center for the Study of International Relations at FGV held on April 6th and 7th, 2009, the Regional Powers and Global Order Conference. The Regional Powers Network is a research program conducted in partnership with the Fundação Getulio Vargas, the Global Institute of Global and Area Studies (GIGA) in Hamburg (Germany), and the Centre for International Studies at the University of Oxford (England) and Sciences -Po in Paris.

Check the schedule below:

REGIONAL POWERS AND GLOBAL ORDER

Rio de Janeiro, April  6th and 7th 2009

Monday 6th April

        09.15 - 10.00: Opening
            'The Regional Powers Network', Professor Detlef Nolte, GIGA, Hamburg.
            'Regional Powers and Global Order', Professor Andrew Hurrell, University of Oxford.

        10.00 - 10.45: Chair: Professor Andrew Hurrell
            ‘Regional Spheres of Influence: Historic Patterns and Contemporary Dynamics’, Professor Neil MacFarlane, University of Oxford.

        10.45 – 11.00: Coffee

        11.15 – 12.00: Chair: Professor Andrew Hurrell
            ‘Unilateral Liberals and Multilateral Realists: Regional Threats and Global Management of War and Peace in Regions – the case of the US in the Middle East’, Professor Benjamin Miller, University of Haifa

        12.00 – 12.45: Chair: Professor Leslie Bethell, FGV and Oxford
            ‘The Restructuring of the International System after the Cold War’, Professor John Ikenberry, Princeton University.

        12.45 – 14.00: Lunch

        14.00 – 14.45: Chair: Professor Leslie Bethell, FGV and Oxford
            ‘The Theory and Practice of Regional Devolution in US Foreign Policy in the 1960s and 1970s’. Dr Matias Spektor, FGV Rio.

        14.45 – 15.00: Coffee

        15.00 – 16.30: Chair: Professor Alfredo Valladão, Sciences-Po, Paris
            ‘Why do regional states seek nuclear weapons: domestic, regional and global considerations’ Professor Etel Solingen, University of California, Irvine.

 

Tuesday 7th April

        09.15 – 10.45: Chair: Dr. Matias Spektor, FGV.
            'Regional Powers and the Practices of the United Nations’, Professor Jane Boulden, RMC, Canada.
            'Regional Powers, Security Council Membership and the Question of Representativeness’, Dr Eugenio Vargas Garcia, MRE, Brasilia

        10.45 - 11.00: Coffee

        11.00 - 12.30 Chair: Professor Maria Regina Soares de Lima, IUPERJ, Rio
            ‘Global Norms on the Use of Force and Chinese Regional Practice’, Professor Rosemary Foot, Oxford University. To be presented by Andrew Hurrell.
            ‘Interactions between China’s Quest for Power in the Regional and Global Realms: Status, Legitimacy, and Order’, Dr Evelyn Goh, Royal Holloway, University of London.

        12.30 - 14.00 Lunch

        14.00 – 14.45: Chair: Professor Alfredo Valladão, Sciences-Po, Paris.
            ‘Regional Powers and Regions as Powers: Europe in a Non-European World’, Professor Kalypso Nicolaidis, Oxford.

        14.45 – 15.00: Coffee

        15.15 - 16.45: Chair: Professors Andrew Hurrell and Detlef Nolte.
            'Are Africa’s regional and global foreign policies in tension or mutually reinforcing? Where, when and why are there tensions?’ Professor Chris Landsberg, University of Johannesburg.
            ‘Where does the region fit in the global strategies of Brazil as an emerging power? Are regions a help or a hindrance to emerging powers? Dr Daniel Flemes, GIGA, Hamburg
 

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