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Identity, Ideology and Security in a Globalized World

2nd Student Colloquium co-organized by CEPSI/CIPSS and CÉPI

*Free entry, registration is mandatory: cepsi.cipss@gmail.com

Program

8h30 Introducing comments

Jean-Philippe Thérien, director of CEPSI-UdeM

 

8h30-9h40 - Panel 1 - The international community and intra-state violence

President: Jean-François Bélanger, McGill University (CIPSS)

Can Peace be Found in a Threat ? The Deterrence Capability of the ICC and Cote d’Ivoire’s Civil War

Nicole Meier, Carleton University

Les doctrines de sécurité publique développées par la communauté internationale dans les zones post-conflits face aux résultats des enquêtes de victimisation: les cas de la Somalie et de l’Afghanistan

Yann-Cédric Quéro, Université de Montréal

An Opportunity for Hope: A Peacebuilding Strategy for South Sudan

Ashley A. Lefler, University of Toronto

 

9h40-9h55 Coffee Break

 

9h55-11h05 - Panel 2 - Identities and globalization

 

President: TBC

 

Mobilisation et stigmatisation: l’action collective dans la diaspora tamoule

Alexie Labelle, Université de Montréal

Identity and ideology - a tug of war in a globalized world?

Swaroopa Lahiri, Columbia University

A Threat to Order: A Voegelinian Analysis of Representation, Security, and Modernity

Kathleen Canjar, Carleton University

 

11h05-12h15 – Panel 3 - Terrorism and recruitment

 

President: Benjamin Ducol, Université de Montréal (CICC)

The Role of Storytelling in the Recovery of Terrorism Victims and in Countering Violent Ideology: The Case of Boko Haram Victims in Nigeria

Benjamin Maiangwa, University of Manitoba

You Can Take the Boy Outta Chechnya… Push Factors in the Recruitment of Chechen Foreign Fighters in Syria

Bryan J. Furman, Georgetown University

ISIS, une cruauté attractive

Fouad Nakhla, Université Saint-Paul

 

13h15-14h30 - Discussion with Louise Fréchette, guest of honor

Reknown diplomat, Mrs. Fréchette was National Defense Deputy Minister and Vice-Secretary General at the United Nations.

 

14h30 Coffee Break

 

14h45-15h55 – Panel 4 - Foreign Policy

 

Président: Olivier Schmitt, Université de Montréal (CEPSI/CERIUM)

La  fin  d’une  idée? L’évolution  des  caractéristiques  de  l’internationalisme  libéral  dans  les discours libéraux et conservateurs de 1998 à 2013

Maxime Soutière-Kucharski, Université du Québec à Montréal

Heroic Flexibility or Inevitable Compromise: the Advent of Rouhani and the Resumption of the Nuclear Negotiations

Vahid Yücesoy, Université de Montréal

"Stop Criticizing me": Russo-Belarusian Relations After Maidan

Leslie Martin, Georgetown University

 

15h55-17h05 – Panel 5 - Emerging States

 

Présidente: Alice Chessé, McGill University (CIPSS)

Outsourcing Hegemony? Power Politics in the Age of Peacekeeping

Lou Pingeot, McGill University

Neoclassical Realism Reversed: Explaining China’s Aggression in the South China Sea

Nhu Truong, McGill University

Preferential Trade Agreements and the threat of war: cooperation and discord in the future world economy

Matthew Castle, McGill University

 

17h05 Closing remarks

 

17h15 Cocktail

 

CEPSI/CIPSS and CÉPI kindly thanks its sponsors:

 

 
Organizing Committee

Kathleen Angers, Université de Montréal (CEPSI)

Simon Bertrand, Université de Montréal (CEPSI)

Sharna Dey, McGill University (CIPSS)

Trevor May, McGill University (CIPSS)

Jean-Michel Genest, Université d'Ottawa (CÉPI)

For more information:

http://cepsi-cipss.ca/conferencedediplome/

Emplacement : Université de Montréal, 3150 rue Jean-Brillant, salle C-3061, Carrefour des arts et des sciences, Pavillon Lionel-Groulx