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Announcing Upcoming ISA Collaborative Meetings around the world

As part of ISA’s on-going efforts to provide stimulating forums for intellectual exchange in a wide array of venues around the world, we have a number of such events to announce (some tentatively) at this time.  Please note that some are firmly committed, while others (as noted) are still in the formative stage, but we are confident that they will indeed happen. We hope you will find them useful and productive.

    1. Summer 2019:  Belgrade, Serbia – Joint CEEISA/ISA conference, June 17-19, 2019, Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade.  This is planned as a larger meeting (500-1000 attendees) like Quito, Hong Kong or Ljubljana.
    2. Summer 2019:  Accra, Ghana – collaboration with the University of Ghana’s Legon Center for International Affairs and Diplomacy (LECIAD), August 1-3, 2019.  This is planned as a smaller more intimate conference (200-400 attendees).
    3. Summer 2020:  Seoul, South Korea – potential collaborative conference likely held in late July/early August; more details to come soon.  This is planned as a larger meeting (500-1000 attendees).
    4. Summer 2020:  Ifrane, Morocco – potential collaborative conference likely held in early July; more details to come soon.  This is planned as a smaller more intimate conference (200-400 attendees). 
    5. Summer 2021:  Mexico – Joint AMEI/ISA conference, still in the planning phase; more details to come.
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