POLIS Postgraduate Conference 2009 - Identity, Development and Power: Themes for a fragile world
Room 11.14 Social Sciences Building
The Annual POLIS Postgraduate Conference showcases PhD student research at the end of their first year of study. The conference provides an opportunity for other postgraduates and staff to support these students, give feedback on their work and to further include them in our research community.
9.00 – 9.15 – Arrival and Coffee
9.15 – 11.00 – Session 1
- 1. 'Iranian Strategy in the Middle East: An Exploration of the Security Dilemma 2003-2008'
- 2. 'Identity vs. Power: The Middle East in International Relations' Abstract [PDF: 143KB]
- 3. 'Nuclear Weapons and the Security Dilemma in South Asia' Abstract [PDF: 75KB]
11.00 – 11.15 – Coffee
11.15 – 12.30 – Session 2
- 4. 'The Future of EU-ASEAN Relations' Abstract [PDF: 22KB]
Laila Suriya Ahmad Apandi
- 5. 'Europe's Normative Power: Political Identity and Re-emergence of Religion' Abstract [PDF: 9KB]
12.30 – 1.30 – Lunch
1.30 – 3.15 – Session 3
- 6. 'Local Power and 'Money Politics' in Indonesia' Abstract [PDF: 9KB]
- 7. 'Malay-Allied Political Parties in Asia since 1955: A Review' Abstract [PDF: 9KB]
- 8. 'Information Technology, Industrial Development and the State: Is There a Workable Model?' Abstract [PDF: 9KB]
3.15 – 3.30 - Coffee
3.30 – 4.45 – Session 4
- 9. 'Regionalism in Africa' Abstract [PDF: 23KB]
- 10. 'Decentralisation and Ethnic Diversity in Contemporary Africa: In Search of an Analytical Methodology' Abstract [PDF: 67KB]
Henry Mbawa Jr.
Room 11.14 is located on the first floor (Level 11) of the Social Sciences Building.