Populism: A Phoenix Rising from the Ashes!
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Are we witnessing the end of the multilateral and liberal order in trade, human rights and other domains of international policy-making?
With self-declared “populist” leaders being elected in North and South America as well as Europe and Asia, and autocrats concentrating more and more power through military “coups” in the Middle East and beyond, the very possibility of defending “constitutional democracy” around the world is at risk.
The panelists will interrogate the extent to which these processes represent real threats to constitutional democracies, and explain some of the root causes behind these worldwide trends. They will also question the effects that these domestic changes may have on the multilateral and liberal international order, which many commentators saw as triumphant at the end of the Cold War.
- Grégoire Mallard, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology and Sociology & Co-Director, Executive Master in International Negotiation and Policy-Making. Full bio>
- Cédric Dupont, International Relations / Political Science, Director of Executive Education, Affiliated to the Centre for Trade and Economic Integration Advisory Faculty, Global Governance Centre. Full bio>
- Riccardo Bocco, Professor of Political Sociology, Department of Anthropology and Sociology. Full bio>
- Graziella Moraes Silva, Anthropology and Sociology. Full bio>
- Date: Monday 26 November
- Time: 18:30 - 20:00
- Location: Auditorium A2 (petal 2) Maison de la Paix, 2 Chemin Eugène-Rigot
A PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN
Organized under the framework of:
- Executive Programmes in Advocacy in International Affairs
- Executive Programme in International Negotiation and Policy-Making
- Master of Advanced Studies in International Strategy & Adaptive Leadership
- Executive Programmes in Development Policies and Practices
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