Thursday, 12th December 2019
6pm to 8pm Winter School opening and introductory seminar (Room: M-648)
8.30pm Social event in Mad Murphy’s Irish Pub (in Old Town, address: Mündi 2, Tallinn)
Friday, 13th December 2019 (at 10am to 5pm in room M-648; at 5pm to 7pm in Astra building 1st floor Teadlaste Foorum; at 8pm dinner for presenters in restaurant Levier).
10.00 - Registration (Room M-648)
10.15 - Welcoming Remarks - Dr. Indrek Grauberg, Director of Tallinn University, School of Governance, Law and Society
10.30 – Dr. Matthew Crandall - Small states and new status opportunities: Estonia’s foreign policy towards Africa
11.00- Dr. Tuomo Melasuo - Africa and World War II: The emergence of an imposed regionalization
11.30 – Dr. Élise Féron - Regional organizations and the management of the conflict in Burundi: Too many players?
12.00.-1.00 Lunch Break
1.00 - Karim Maïche - Bilateralism and multilateralism: Obstacles to sub-regionalism in the Maghreb
1.30 – Dr. Gabriel Rached - BRICS and the emergent countries in the twenty-first century: Discussing contemporary perspectives on Global Governance
2.00 – Dr. Giovanni Barbeiri – The AIIB and Tianxia
2.30 – 2.45 Coffee break
2.45 – Terry McDonald – Crisis and Opportunity: How the Greek Crisis Began, Continued, and Opened a Door for China into the EU
3.15 – Dr. Mika Aaltola's presentation
3.45 – Dr. Jyrki Käkönen - Decolonization of International Relations and an emerging order
4.15 – Closing Remarks – Dr. Raivo Vetik
4.45 – Opening of the visual art display – Karstein Volle
5-7.30 International Relations Society Christmas party (in Astra building 1st floor, in Teadlaste Foorum)
8 – Dinner for presenters at restaurant Levier (Rotermanni 18/1)
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The event has been funded by Tallinn University School of Governance, Law and Society, through SOGOLAS Development Fund.