Jean Monnet Conference: Human Security and Security Strategy: Institutions and Policies in a European Perspective (Ukraine)
Abstr. due: 15.01.2011
Dates: 26.05.11 — 29.05.11
Organizing comittee e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Organizers: Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency European Commission’s Directorate-General for Education and Culture
Jean Monnet International Conference
Human Security and Security Strategy: Institutions and Policies in a European Perspective
Kiev, Ukraine, 26-29 May 2011
Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency
European Commission’s Directorate-General for Education and Culture
International Association for Institutional Studies, Ukraine
Dr. Tatyana Malyarenko, Donetsk State University of management
Prof. Stefan Wolff, University of Birmingham
Sven Biscop, Royal Belgian Institute for International Affairs; Anton Oleinik, Memorial University, New-foundland; Javier Garcia Marin, University of Granada; Sergey Markedonov, Russian Institute for Political and Military Affairs, Stefan Meister, German Council on Foreign Relations; Marian Zulean, University of Bucharest.
National security policy, and more specifically the nationalising of security policy, has been competing with an increasing recognition that many security problems are transnational in nature and can only be tackled in cooperative efforts. Yet, while the EU has given institutional expression to such cooperative efforts, its member states, especially since 9/11 and similar attacks in the UK and Spain for example, have
to some extent begun to emphasise more strongly the need for a national security policy/strategy/doctrine.
Against the background of these developments, we invite proposals for papers that will conduct a thorough analysis of EU security strategy and policy and/or of that of its member states. We specifically seek single or comparative case studies that examine the process of formulating security strategies and their implementation, the interaction between respective processes at national and EU levels, and the results of security policy implementation in discreet cases. Proposals for conceptual papers in any of these areas are also welcome.
Interested scholars should submit an abstract of no more than 500 words, as well as full contact information and details of their current institutional affiliation and status. This information should be submitted in the body of an email and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com. The organisers particularly encourage early-career researchers and advanced PhD students to apply.
The deadline for submission is 15 January 2011. Decisions will be announced within four weeks of the sub-
- There will be NO registration fee for the conference.
- Accommodation and meals for participants will be organised centrally and should be budgeted at approximately €50-100 per day, including breakfast and lunch.
- A limited number of scholarships are available to assist participants with accommodation and travel costs. Please indicate in your submission whether you want to be considered for a scholarship.
Conference Web-Site: http://www.stefanwolff.com/projects/human-security-and-security-strategy