Global Order in a World of Diversities
Together with the Legitimacy in Global Governance programme, the Global Politics and Security Programme at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs organised a roundtable on world-order conceptions.
The roundtable brings together internationally renowned academics to discuss key features of a legitimate global order and the main challenges to legitimate global governance. Is for example state sovereignty and open world economy essential for a legitimate global order? Or do human rights and sustainability play a more crucial role? The speakers will highlight a diversity of perspectives on what constitutes a legitimate global order. This high-level discussion will give a snapshot of how we best could manage diverging conceptions of what constitutes a legitimate global order.
Steven Bernstein, Professor, Associate Chair and Graduate Director in the tri-campus Graduate Department of Political Science and Co-Director of the Environmental Governance Lab at the Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto.
Heba Raouf Ezzat, Assistant Professor at the Institute for Alliance of Civilizations at Ibn Haldun University, Istanbul, Turkey. She taught at the Political Science Department at Cairo University, Egypt and has been adjunct professor at the American University in Cairo.
Yu Keping, University Chair Professor, the Dean of PKU School of Government, and the founding Director of PKU Research Center for Chinese Politics at Peking University.
Adebayo Olukoshi, Research Professor of International Economic Relations. He serves as the Regional Director for Africa and West Asia of International IDEA, and has been the Director of the United Nations African Institute for Economic Development and Planning.
Michael Zürn, Professor of Political Science, Director of the Research Unit Global Governance and Head of the Center for Global Constitutionalism, Social Science Research Center Berlin.
Mats Karlsson, Director, the Swedish Institute of International Affairs.
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