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Jun 29 – 30, 2023 Annual Conference
Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals (IBEI), Barcelona
Europe/Madrid timezone
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Open Panels

Jun 29, 2023, 11:00 AM
Campus de la Ciutadella C/ de Ramon Trias Fargas, 25 (Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals (IBEI), Barcelona)

Campus de la Ciutadella C/ de Ramon Trias Fargas, 25

Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals (IBEI), Barcelona

Universitat Pompeu Fabra - Campus de la Ciutadella C/ de Ramon Trias Fargas, 25, 08005 Barcelona, Spain


Open Panels: (In)security and Organized Crime in Latin America

  • Margarita Petrova (IBEI)

Open Panels: Civil-Military Relations in Challenging Times

  • Stephen Saideman (Carleton University)

Open Panels: Challenges and Opportunities for Post-Cold War NATO

  • Marcel Plichta (University of St Andrews)

Open Panels: Intelligence Success and Failure in Historical Perspective: Lessons from Beyond the Anglo-Sphere

  • Eva Michaels (IBEI)

Open Panels: Addressing Wicked Problems in Cyber Conflict

  • Julia Carver (University of Oxford)

Open Panels: Re-Visiting the Political Economy of Security

  • Moritz Weiss (LMU Munich)

Open Panels: Psychology and Emotions in War and Strategy

  • Katerina Krulisova (Nottingham Trent University)

Open Panels: Alliance Management

  • Jeffrey Michaels (IBEI)

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Prof. Margarita Petrova (IBEI), Juan Masullo (Leiden University), Miriam Bradley (Humanitarian & Conflict Response Institute, University of Manchester), Prof. Pablo Kalmanovitz (Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM))
6/29/23, 11:00 AM
(In)security and organized crime in Latin America
Panel Proposal (Open Panels)

Most lethal violence now occurs outside of war zones. In Latin America, countries like Mexico, Brazil, El Salvador, and Honduras have often had yearly homicide rates exceeding those in Afghanistan or Syria. In 2018, 78,667 people were killed violently in Brazil and 43,089 in Mexico, compared with 29,584 in Afghanistan and 16,905 in Syria in the same year. Direct conflict deaths now account for...

Mr Arthur Laudrain (University of Oxford), Ayhan Gucuyener (Kadir Has University), Christina Rupp (Stiftung Neue Verantwortung), Julia Carver (University of Oxford), Peadar Callaghan (Games Lab - Tallinn University), Samuel Seitz (University of Oxford - RAND Corporation)
6/30/23, 11:00 AM
Addressing Wicked Problems in Cyber Conflict
Panel Proposal (Open Panels)

The cyber domain is filled with “wicked problems” (Churchman 1967, Rittel and Webber 1973, Conklin 2006). Be they how and when to attribute a cyber attack, how democracies should respond to election interference, integrating the cyber domain in wargames, or finding the best models and experimental methods to understand international cyber security.

Because they are the "symptom or result...

Katerina Krulisova (Nottingham Trent University), Claire Yorke (University of Southern Denmark), Mr Samuel Zilincik (Masaryk/Leiden University), Robin Burda (Masaryk University), Marie Robin (Université Paris Panthéon-Assas)
6/30/23, 5:15 PM
Psychology and Emotions in War and Strategy
Panel Proposal (Open Panels)

Psychology and emotions are integral to war, strategy, and the management of insecurity. This is evidenced by the ongoing Russian-Ukrainian war and the passions that permeate it at every level of analysis. It is also apparent in the huge amount of attention the classical writers on strategy, from Thucydides to Carl von Clausewitz to Joseph Wylie and Thomas Schelling, dedicated to understanding...

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