RC 36 has organized 10 panels for IPSA in Brisbane this summer. The panels are quite diverse in topics and methodology. The conference promises to be very exciting for those of us who study power. Here is a list of the panels. More information about the papers can be gotten my emailing email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
RC 36 Panels for IPSA, Brisbane July 21-25, 2018
Blacks in Trump’s America: Politics as Usual in the Face of Persistent Political Precarity Obama to Trump
Exceptional Powers in World Politics
Gender, Diversity and Federalism in the Global North
Natural Resources, Security, and Power
Political Power Transformations in the Contemporary China
Power Audit in International Relations
Power in Domestic Politics
The Balance of Power and Security in the Asia-Pacific Region
The Fragmentation of Political Power in a Globalizing World
“On the 28th November 2017 at 6pm Dr. Christopher Wylde will be launching his new book Emerging Markets and the State in the Court Room at Senate House, University of London. Registration is free at: Link
New book on Emerging Powers In International Politics:The BRICS and Soft Power edited by Mathilde Chatin and Giulio Gallaroti is available on Amazon.
Please check it out if you are attending APSA this year in August and September 2017
Panel on Power and Legitimacy
RC 35 (ISA research committee on Conceptual Analysis) is soliciting papers for a session on “The Many Faces of Power: A Current Conceptual Synthesis” at the 19th World Congress of the International Sociological Association in Toronto, Canada to be held July 15-21. For more information, see links below.
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ISA World Congress 2018
IPSA Research Committee on Political Power (IPSA RC36) is organizing a joint session “Network Analysis of Political Power” at the 3rd European Conference on Social Networks (EUSN) taking place at Johannes-Gutenberg-University Mainz (Germany), September 26-29, 2017.
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The BRICS and soft power: an introduction
Do the BRICS possess soft power?http://www.tandfonline.com/…/…/10.1080/2158379X.2016.1232285
Brazil: analysis of a rising soft power
The soft power of popular cinema – the case of India
South Africa’s soft power conundrum: how to win friends and influence people in Africa
Compound soft power: the BRICS and the multilateralization of soft power
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Lena Partzsch recently published a paper presented in an RC 36 Panel on The Changing Faces of Power: Theory at IPSA in Poznan, Poland. Please visit the link below to see the paper.
Powerful Individuals in a Globalized World
Global Policy September 9, 2016
We have dates for Pavia Interim Conference.
We will meet in Pavia for the interim conference on the Power of Narrative on May 30,31 2017. The deadline for proposals is November 15, 2016. Please go to the link
Pavia Conference Information
Alina Vladimirova is organizing a panel of RC 36 at the Russian International Studies Association targeting Russian speaking power specialists. Details of the panel will follow.