Bringing Negotiations Back In: Institutional Adaptations to Global Power Shifts
Shifts in the international distribution of power typically lead to negotiations about the adaptation of the international order and its underlying international institutions. The current rise of emerging powers, such as China and India, and the concomitant decline of established powers, such as the US and the UK, are no exception. While existing power transition and power shift theories try to explain the results of these negotiations, they hardly study the negotiation processes that produce these results. The conference brings negotiations back into the analysis of global power shifts.
Teilnehmer sind: Martin Binder (Reading/CAS Fellow), Orfeo Fioretos (Temple University/CAS Fellow), Stacie Goddard (Wellesley College/CAS Fellow), Philipp Y. Lipscy (Stanford/CAS Fellow), Paul K. MacDonald (Wellesley College/CAS Fellow), Duncan Snidal (Oxford/CAS Fellow), Matthew D. Stephen (WZB/CAS Fellow), Jonas Tallberg (Stockholm University/CAS Fellow), Alex Thompson (Ohio State University/CAS Fellow), Lora Anne Viola (FU Berlin/CAS Fellow).
Ort und Anmeldung
- Programm "Bringing Negotiations Back In" (181 KByte)