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Thomas Podranski | 27.07.2015 | 5218 Aufrufe | Vorträge

Who is In and Who is Out? - Inclusion and Exclusion in European Conference Diplomacy, 1815-2015

Conference Speech by Dr. Stella Ghervas | "200 Years of Conference Diplomacy"

Whenever diplomatic conferences have taken place after a large European war there was one major question: who should be invited to participate in it, and who should not?This question has presented…

Who is In and Who is Out? - Inclusion and Exclusion in European Conference Diplomacy, 1815-2015
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Thomas Podranski | 01.01.2016 | 7884 Aufrufe | Vorträge

Oligarchy and legitimacy in World politics: Conference diplomacy 1815-2015

Conference Speech by Prof. Dr. Reus-Smit | "200 Years of Conference Diplomacy"

Legitimacy can be understood as a quality we ascribe to an actor or action when it is perceived by other social actors as rightful: ‘desirable, proper, appropriate within some socially constructed…

Oligarchy and legitimacy in World politics: Conference diplomacy 1815-2015
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Thomas Podranski | 13.07.2015 | 1246 Aufrufe | Vorträge

200 Years of Conference Diplomacy: From the Congress of Vienna to the G7 (Conference in Berlin, 8-9 June 2015)

Welcome address by Volker Perthes and opening presentation by Wolfgang Seibel and Christopher Daase

On 9 June 1815, the Final Act of the Congress of Vienna was signed. Two hundred years later, on 7 and 8 June 2015, Germany hosted the G7 summit. This coincidence provided a unique occasion to…

200 Years of Conference Diplomacy: From the Congress of Vienna to the G7 (Conference in Berlin, 8-9 June 2015)
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Dr. Daniel Stahl | 15.06.2018 | 177 Aufrufe | Ankündigungen

Menschenrechtspolitik. Ein Gespräch mit Klaus Scharioth über Moral in der Diplomatie

28.06.2018 I Köln, Fritz Thyssen Stiftung, 18:30 Uhr

In den neunziger Jahren gewannen Menschenrechte eine vorher nie dagewesene Bedeutung für die deutsche Außenpolitik. Befeuert wurde diese Entwicklung durch die in den Jugoslawienkriegen begangenen…

Menschenrechtspolitik. Ein Gespräch mit Klaus Scharioth über Moral in der Diplomatie