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Thomas Podranski | 01/01/2016 | 8141 Views | Presentations

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 | 07/27/2015 | 5640 Views | Presentations

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 | 07/13/2015 | 1868 Views | Presentations

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)