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International Organizations and International Law

Mission Statement

 

Thematically, the section focusses on the interface between "International Organizations and International Law" and aims to highlight selected studies on international organizations, regionalism, world order, and issues of global governance and justice. It seeks to stimulate academic reflections on the research agenda and methods in the respective fields and to solicit contributions from members of the broader society, especially practitioners and experts.

The section "International Organizations and International Law" brings together PhD candidates and postdocs from the social sciences and law, and aims to promote new partnerships, academic exchange, and science communication with the general public through workshops, guest lectures, and panel discussions. The section organizes colloquia where its members present their ongoing research. The section is open to social, legal and political science perspectives; economic research approaches also enrich our discussions. Possible exemplary perspectives for the section's research approaches include international institutions, socio-legal approaches, comparative political science, and civil society research.

Individual researchers working in related areas at academic and non-academic research institutions can apply for membership. For this, contact the Section management team.

The Section ‘International Organizations and International Law’ endeavours to cooperate closely with the Section ‘Norms and Change in World Politics’.

 

Current and Upcoming Events

 

Altaner 02.2024

 

Köller01.2023

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Current research projects

  • "The boundaries of EU's resilience policy vis-à-vis the domestic actors in Eastern neighborhood: case study of oligarchy in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine" (Denis Cenusa)
  • "Labor policies in the post-Soviet space - a comparison of Georgia and Moldova" (Annemarie Ickler)
  • "Resource Dependent Joint Programs: The European Union and Council of Europe in the Eastern Partnership and Western Balkans" (Fabian Schoeppner)
  • "The Conceptual Limits of the Concept of Competition in the Context of International Relations: Definitions of Terms" (Fadi Bezkadi)
  • "Civil Society within Authoritarian Regimes: Cases of Russia and Turkey" (Murad Nasibov)
  • "Civil society under authoritarian rule" (Simon Rothers)
  • "Cultural Cooperation in a Globalized World: The European Union and Mexico - studying EU Cultural Foreign Policy in Latin America" (Edith Ruvalcaba Galindo)
  • "Non-democratic regionalism in International Relations: About the transformative impact of an emergent global actor" (Finn Freund)