Our first fully virtual conference took place on 21 to 23 June 2021 and was a great success. Here we bring you recordings of some of the main events.
We were pleased to host three public events at the 2021 conference - one with RUSI and two with Chatham House. The recordings from all three can now be found below and on our YouTube channel.
UPDATE 9 AUGUST - We've now published the informative and inspiring widening participation panel: 'Vicarious identities in everyday lives', as well as the recording of our Chair's address and prize giving. These are embedded below for your convenience.
Later in the summer we'll also be bringing you recordings from our three keynote sessions.
Widening participation panel: Vicarious identities in everyday lives
Speakers: Shahnaz Akhter (University of Warwick); Joseph Haigh (University of Warwick); Tonio Incluli; Lily-Mae Barton; Saarah Khalifa; Alex Ignat; Mia Mattu.
Hear fantastic speakers, including three post-16 students, discuss the curriculum, Muslim women and more.
Chair's address and prize giving
Speakers: Mark Webber (University of Birmingham); Ruth Blakeley (University of Sheffield).
World Order in the 21st Century: Illiberal Orders, a Concert of Power, or a Western Revival? - with Chatham House
Speakers: Charlie Kupchan (Georgetown University); Rana Mitter (University of Oxford); John Ikenberry (Princeton University); Jennifer Welsh (McGill University); Daniel Nexon (Georgetown University); Alex Cooley (Barnard College); Peter Trubowitz (LSE). Chair: Leslie Vinjamuri (Chatham House).
The Middle East, Geopolitics, and International Studies Today - with RUSI
Speakers: Bader Al-Saif (Carnegie Middle East Centre); Lina Khatib (Chatham House); Ziya Meral (RUSI); Dina Esfandiary (Crisis Group); Hisham A Hellyer (University of Cambridge). Chair: Hisham A Hellyer (University of Cambridge).
Domestic Politics and Foreign Policies: Interests, Articulation, Content and Impact - with Chatham House
Speakers: ‘New India, New Foreign Policy?’ - Dr Gareth Price (Senior Research Fellow, Chatham House); ‘Is European Foreign Policy Populism that Different?’ - (Dr Angelos Chryssogelos, Associate Fellow, Chatham House); ‘Just Know-Nothings and John Birch-erism Updated? US Foreign Policy under Trump and the Hangover’ - Dr Christopher Sabatini (Senior Research Fellow, Chatham House); ‘Brazil, Bullets, Beef and the Bible: Bolsonaro’s Politics Meet the World’ - Elena Lazarou (Associate Fellow, Chatham House); Chair - Dr Renata Dwan (Deputy Director, Chatham House).