Making Sense of World Politics

Making Sense of World Politics

19 September 2019

19:30 - 21:30

1. Structural Realism: Changing Warfare in the Post-Truth and Hi-Tech Era (19 Sept)

Making Sense of World Politics

Thu 19 and 26 Sept, 3, 10 and 17 Oct - 19:30 to 21:30
Karl Dittrich Hall, Student Services Center, Bonnefantenstraat 2

Birsen Erdogan,
LLM

Lecturer in International Law, UM
Cihan Erkli
Teacher International Relations UCM, UM

This series aims to combine several international relations theories with topical and current world events. Questions are raised about democracy, privacy, terrorism, conflicts, feminism, foreign policy and more. For the first two lectures, Erkli will join Erdogan. They will hold an engaging and lively debate with one another and with the audience. While one side explains an argument, the other questions it with provocative and grounded criticisms and arguments. This series involves lots of interaction between the speakers and participants.

The individual lectures/debates
1. Structural Realism: Changing Warfare in the Post-Truth and Hi-Tech Era (19 Sept)
2. Liberalism: the End of the Liberal World Order? (26 Sept)
3. Post-Colonialism and Green Theory: Does Colonialization still Continue Today and how is our Environment Exploited? (3 Oct)

4. Post-Structuralism: Does National Security Actually bring Security? (10 Oct)
5. International Relations in Asia and in Global South: Globalizing International Relations and Challenges to Western Centralism (17 Oct)


Costs whole series
UM students €10
UM employees and students from other schools €25
Others €50

26 September 2019

19:30 - 21:30

2. Liberalism: the End of the Liberal World Order? (26 Sept)

03 October 2019

19:30 - 21:30

3. Post-Colonialism and Green Theory: Does Colonialization still Continue Today and how is our Environment Exploited? (3 Oct)

10 October 2019

19:30 - 21:30

4. Post-Structuralism: Does National Security Actually bring Security? (10 Oct)

17 October 2019

19:30 - 21:30

5. International Relations in Asia and in Global South: Globalizing International Relations and Challenges to Western Centralism (17 Oct)