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Joel Davis posted on October 11, 2013 15:25
The American Graduate School in Paris invites submissions for its 9th annual AGS Graduate Student Conference from April 17-18, 2014. The conference theme covers an emerging topic in today’s world with the incorporation of advance technological developments, under the heading “Cyber Developments in International Relations: Impacts on an Evolving World.” Every year, the American Graduate School in Paris hosts an international conference organized by graduate students enrolled in its International Relations and Diplomacy programs, with the participation of a faculty advisor. The conference is open to graduate students and scholars from around the world, as well as researchers and professionals from think tanks, NGOs, Intergovernmental Organizations, governmental agencies, and research centers. Abstracts should be received by 15 January 2014. Submissions are reviewed on a rolling basis. Final paper submission deadline: 18 March 2014. Please see the AGS conference website for more information or contact the Conference Committee by email at conference@ags.edu.
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