The Effects of Global Populism: Assessing Impact on the International Order (Registration Mandatory)
This online workshop will bring together a group of twenty International Relations (IR) scholars who share a common interest in research on the international dimension of contemporary populism.
During two days, participants will offer critical insights on the implications of the rise of populist leaders in global politics. Organized in four roundtables, participants will discuss the best approaches to study the effects of populism on foreign policy and diplomacy, international cooperation and regional integration, international security and human rights, and international economy and trade.
The workshop aims to contribute to the growing debate, both within and outside the SCRIPTS Cluster, about the potential impact of populist phenomena on the international order established after World War II and consolidated in the post-Cold War era.
Time & Location
Jun 23, 2021 - Jun 24, 2021