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Entries for January 2014


HR 2014 Istanbul Conference - Program Announcement Update Feb 6

Thank you again for your interest in the Human Rights and Change conference. There has been an additional short delay in processing the large number of paper and panel proposals. We will release the program and send out acceptance letters on 6 February 2014. Registration will also open at that time. We appreciate your patience.



CFP - Metu Conference on International Relations

The METU Conference on International Relations, one of the oldest annual conferences in Turkey on international relations, will be held between 25-27 June 2014 in Ankara. The theme of this year’s conference is Multiple Paradigms Multiple Worlds focusing upon the theoretical and practical plurality of the discipline. Proposals should be submitted by April 1, 2014.



Stanford Law & Intelligence Call for Papers

The Stanford Journal of International Law (SJIL) seeks contributions by academics, practitioners, and policymakers in the form of approx. 10-15,000-word scholarly essays or 5,000-word white papers on either of the following topics: (a) National Intelligence & Transnational Threats; or, (b) Individual Rights & Intelligence Gathering by Feb. 1, 2014



Yale Ferguson Award Committee Announces Winners

The committee was tasked with recognizing “the book that most advances the vibrancy of international studies as a pluralist discipline” published in 2012. The committee considered 16 nominated books and now announces the two winners.



ASIL & ILA Biennial Conference Announced

The full program for the joint American Society of International Law (ASIL) Annual Meeting and International Law Association (ILA) Biennial Conference, to be held April 7-12, 2014, in Washington, DC, is now available here. Registration is significantly discounted through January 31, 2014.



IPE Announces Award Winner

ISA members are encouraged to join us during the ISA Annual Convention in a session to honour Naomi Klein, recipient of the 2014 IPE Outstanding Activist-Scholar award. Naomi is being honoured for her activism in alter-globalizations social movements and protests.


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