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ISA Seoul 2020 - Submission Deadline Extended

Switching Sides: A Growing Wave of Regional and Global Realignments

ISA International Conference 2020

July 20th - 22nd
Yonsei University
Elena McLean & Taehee Whang, Program Chairs
Extended Proposal deadline: January 5, 2020

The Korean Political Science Association (KPSA), Korean Association of International Studies (KAIS) and the International Studies Association, are pleased to announce the 2020 Yonsei-ISA Joint International Conference hosted by Yonsei University. The joint Conference is scheduled for July 20 - 22, 2020 at Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea. The deadline to submit a proposal is January 5th, 2020. We invite papers that contribute to the following topics:

  • Formation of new military alliances and security partnerships; diverging interests within existing security organizations;
  • Shifts in economic links; modifications of economic agreements; growing regional blocs; trade wars;
  • Changing diplomatic alignments; rise and decline of formal and informal influence by great powers;
  • Reforms of existing international institutions; membership changes; emergence of new organizations; competition between existing and new organizations;
  • Causes of these realignments at different levels of analysis; implications of the realignments for regional and international relations.
We're looking forward to the joint international meeting in beautiful Seoul and hope to see you there!

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