Conference Programme

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Colloquium of the International Political Science Association (IPSA) Research Committees

RC14 Politics and Ethnicity, RC28 Comparative Federalism and Multilevel Governance,

RC13 Democratization in Comparative Perspective

Democratization and Constitutional Design in Divided Societies

University of Cyprus, Nicosia

June 24-27 2017

DAY 1

Saturday, June 24

08:30

REGISTRATION OPEN and coffee available

09:15-10:45

A1.Institutional Design in Divided Societies: India in Comparative Perspective

Room: XWD02.010

Chair & Discussant: Priya Sharma Jawaharlal Nehru University

Harihar Bhattacharyya University of Burdwan

Dialectics of Diversity-claims and Equality-claims in India’s Constitutional Democracy

Wilfried Swenden University of Edinburgh

Governing Diversity in India and Pakistan: Explaining Divergent Pathways

MD Aftab Alam University of Delhi

Democratization and Power Sharing: Exploring a Model to Resolve Majority Minority Conflict

A2. Limits of Consociationalism

Room: XWD02.011

Chair: Laura Wise University of Edinburgh

Discussant: Adrian Guelke Queen’s University of Belfast

Eduardo Wassim Aboultaif Lebanese American University

Ethnurgy, Mobilization, Memory and Trauma as Factors Affecting Consociational Politics

Alexandre Raffoul Université de Montréal

The Depoliticization of Ethnicity: a Constructivist Approach to Power-sharing

Andreas Juon University College London

The Two Faces of Power-Sharing

Timofey Agarin Queen’s University Belfast and Allison McCulloch Brandon University Exclusion amid Inclusion: Power-Sharing and Non-Dominant Minorities

A3. Political Institution Building for Iraq

Room: XWD02.012

Chair: Tatiana Litvinova MGIMO-University

Discussant: Greg Power Global Partners Governance; University of Hull

Ewelina Wasko-Owsiejczuk University of Bialystok

Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Democratization of Iraq – Plans vs. Reality

Mohammed Ali Bapir University of Kurdistan Hawler & Renske Doorenspleet Warwick University

Ethnicity, Democratization and Conflict: Which Political Institutions Would be Best? Findings Based on Surveys of the Political Elites in Iraq (2011-2015)

Ashley Moran University of Texas

Constitutional Implementation in Divided Societies: The Case of Iraq

10:45 – 11:05

Coffee/tea break

11:05 – 12:35

B1. Executives and Parliaments

Room: XWD02.010

Chair: Mario Sznajder The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Discussant: Alan Kuperman University of Texas

Greg Power Global Partners Governance; University of Hull

The Politics of Change: Understanding Incentives, Building Resilience and the Path of Institutional Reform in Difficult Places

Susan Dodsworth & Nicholas Cheeseman University of Birmingham

Defending Democracy in Divided Societies: When – and Why – Do Parliaments Protect Political Space?

Dirk Kotze University of South Africa

Transitional Governments of National Unity (GNU): Instruments of Democratization or Transitional Stabilization

B2. Culture, Territory and Community in Diverse Societies

Room: XWD02.011

Chair: Stephen Larin European Academy of Bolzano

Discussant: Britt Cartrite Alma College

Michael Hein Humboldt University of Berlin

Cultural Heterogeneity and the Codification of Entrenchment and Eternity Clauses In Modern Constitutions

Ammar Maleki Tilburg University & Renske Doorenspleet University of Warwick

Democratic Institutions and Divided Societies in Comparative Perspective: Bringing Culture Back In

Livia Rohrbach University of Copenhagen

Territorial Self-Governance in Democracies and Non-democracies: What are the Prospects for Peace?

Robert Young University of Western Ontario

Cyprus and the Demographics of Ethnic Conflict

B3. Constitution-making and State Formation: Bringing Power Back to Constitutional Theory

Room: XWD02.012

Chair & Discussant: Ashley Moran University of Texas

Nur Koprulu Near East University

Constitutionalism in MENA Region since Arab uprisings

Emine Eminel Sulun Near East University

Securitization of Constitution-Making and State (Re)Formation in Cyprus

Berna Numan Eastern Mediterranean University Democracy, Populism and the Masses: Bringing Baudriallard to Habermas

Marios Efthymiopoulos

American University in the Emirates

Cyprus Republic’s Multi-ethnic and Multi-religious Model Society: European and Global Geostrategic Considerations and Opportunities

B4. Non-Ethnic Political Identity and Mobilisation in Power-Sharing Frameworks

Room: XWD02.013

Chair: Cera Murtagh Queen’s University Belfast

Discussant: Jennifer Todd University College Dublin

Chiara Milan Scuola Normale Superiore

Mobilising Beyond Ethnicity in Divided Societies: The Case of Social Mobilisations in Bosnia Herzegovina

Henry Jarrett University of Exeter

Can Consociationalism Change Identities in Divided Societies?

Jennifer Thomson De Montfort University

Post-conflict Political Institutions and the Women, Peace and Security Agenda: A Feminist Institutional Analysis

John Nagle University of Aberdeen

Beyond Ethnic Entrenchment and Amelioration: An Analysis of Non-Sectarian Social Movements and Lebanon’s Consociationalism

12:35 – 14:00

Lunch by FEED ME BY KALOPESAS

14:00 – 15:30

C1. Book Panel: Iosif Kovras Grassroots Activism and the Evolution of Transitional Justice

Room: XWD02.010

Chair: Neophytos Loizides University of Kent

Participants:

Umut Bozkurt Eastern Mediterranean University

Christalla Yakinthou University of Birmingham

Achilleas Demetriades Lellos P. Demetriades Law Office LLC

Nicos Trimikliniotis University of Nicosia

Iosif Kovras City University of London

C2. Institutional Design in Divided Societies: Kosovo in Comparative Perspective

Room: XWD02.011

Chair & Discussant: Soeren Keil

Canterbury Christ Church University

Laura Wise University of Edinburgh

For Us but Without Us? Decentralization and Local Consent in Divided Societies

Stefan Surlic University of Belgrade

Constitutional Design and Cultural Cleavages in Kosovo

Meljana Bregu Tirana University

The Impact of the ICTY on the Democratization Process of Kosovo in the Context of Regional Integration

Avdi Smajljaj Epoka University

Ethnicity Based Democratic Constitutional Structure: The Cases of Macedonia, Kosovo and Bosnia & Herzegovina

C3. Institutional Design in Divided Societies: Northern Ireland in Comparative Perspective

Room: XWD02.012

Chair & Discussant: Dawn Walsh Dublin City University

Joseph Ruane & Jennifer Todd University College Dublin

Democratization and Constitutional Design in Divided Societies: Brexit and the Prospects of Constitutional Renewal on the Island of Ireland

Giada Lagana National University of Ireland Galway

The European Union and Border Conflicts: EU Cross-Border Cooperation after the Northern Ireland Good Friday Agreement

Aaron Edwards Royal Military Academy Sandhurst

Why are Ethno-national Conflicts so Difficult to Resolve? Comparing the Northern Ireland and Cyprus cases

C4. Institutional Design in Divided Societies: The Case of the Republic of Moldova

Room: XWD02.013

Chair & Discussant: Radu Carciumaru Heidelberg University

Willy Jou Waseda University & Kaori Moriyama Leeds Beckett University

Attitudes toward Democracy among Ethnic Majority and Minority Populations: A Comparative Study

Elena Cuijuclu Comrat State University

The Cooperation Mechanisms between the Centre and Autonomy: the case study of Gagauzia in Moldova

Galina Gribanova St.Petersburg State University

Federalism for Culturally Divided Emerging Democracies – The Case of Moldova

 

15:30 – 16:00

Coffee/tea break

16:00

Opening of the Conference

[Organizing committee, University Rector, Chair of the Department of Social and Political Sciences]

Room: Amphitheatre, Leventis Building

16:30 – 18:00

Roundtable: A Federal Cyprus? Comparative Perspectives on Reunification

Room: Amphitheatre, Leventis Building

Chair: Neophytos Loizides University of Kent

Speakers:

John McGarry Queen’s University, Kingston

Yucel Vural Eastern Mediterranean University

Rupak Chattopadhyay Forum of Federations

Nicos Trimikliniotis University of Nicosia

Maria Hadjipavlou University of Cyprus

18.00-19.30

Wine reception

Sponsored by the Department of Social and Political Sciences, University of Cyprus, Leventis Courtyard

 

DAY 2

Sunday, June 25

08:30

REGISTRATION OPEN and coffee available

9:15 – 10:45

D1. Policy Issues in Divided Societies

Room: XWD02.010

Chair & Discussant: Timofey Agarin Queen’s University Belfast

Simon Bransden Canterbury Christ Church University

Process, Dynamics and Instrumentalities in the UK/EU Brexit Crisis after May 2015

Paul Anderson Canterbury Christ Church University

‘Too Little, Too Late?’ The Constitutional Future of Scotland and the United Kingdom

Jelena Dzankic European University Institute & Soeren Keil Canterbury Christ Church University

The Ties that (Never) Bind – Citizenship in Socialist Yugoslavia and its Federal Successor States

D2. Comparative Perspective on Political Participation in Divided Societies

Room: XWD02.011

Chair: Aftab Alam University of Delhi

Discussant: Harihar Bhattacharyya University of Burdwan

Priya Sharma Jawaharlal Nehru University

National River, Fractured Claims: Cleaning River Ganga in a Divided Society

Aprajita Kashyap Jawaharlal Nehru University

Participatory Dimensions in Democratic Brazil

Cristina Rodriguez-Acosta Florida International University

Decentralization and Intergovernmental Relations: The Role of Political Parties: the case of Colombia and Paraguay

Aashwyn Singh WBNUJS

The Fabric of Indian Democracy: Weaving of Minority

 

D3. Institutional Design in Divided Societies: Africa & Asia in Perspective

Room: XWD02.012

Chair: Nicholas Cheeseman University of Birmingham

Discussant: Dirk Kotze University of South Africa

Stef Vandeginste University of Antwerp

Exit Arusha? Pathways from Power-Sharing in Burundi

Alan Kuperman University of Texas

Constitutional Design to Manage Ethnic Conflict: Lessons from Africa

Radu Carciumaru Heidelberg University

Constitutional Reforms in Sri Lanka: From Majoritarian Control System to Integration and Accommodation?

Michael Breen Nanyang Technological University

Blending Accommodation and Moderation through Federal Constitutional Change in Nepal, Myanmar and Sri Lanka

 

10:45 – 11:05

Coffee/tea break

11:05 – 12:35

E1. Consociationalism: Approaches and Effects

Room: XWD02.010

Chair: Timofey Agarin Queen’s University Belfast

Discussant: Benjamin Reilly Murdoch University

Allison McCulloch Brandon University & Joanne McEvoy University of Aberdeen

International Mediation of Power-Sharing Settlements

Marie-Joëlle Zahar & Alexandre Raffoul Université de Montréal

Trust and Informal Institutions: Greasing the Wheel of Power Sharing in Divided Societies

Daniel Bochsler Universities of Copenhagen & University of Zurich

Consociational Oligarchies. A Revisionist Reading of Lijphart

Stephen Larin & Marc Röggla European Academy of Bolzano

Participatory Consociationalism? No, but South Tyrol’s Autonomy Convention is Evidence that Power-Sharing Can Transform Conflicts

E2. Institutional Design in Divided Societies: European Perspectives

Room: XWD02.011

Chair & Discussant: Adam Szymanski University of Warsaw

Anna Wierzchowska Warsaw University

Democracy Building in the European Union – Needed and Possible or Useless Activity? Significance of Democratization of the EU for National Democracies

Katarzyna Domagala & Mateusz Zieliński University of Wrocław

Institutionalizing Social Divisions – Poland after 2015 elections

Nadezhda Ponomarenko SIM-RANEPA

The Democratization and Élitogenesis in the Modern Transformational Political Systems

Ryo Nakai The University of Kitakyushu

Dilution of National Identity in Ethnofederal Election:

Cross National Longitudinal Survey Research

E3. Political Economy and Security in Divided Societies

Room: XWD02.012

Chair: Marios Efthymiopoulos American University in the Emirates

Discussant: Aaron Edwards Royal Military Academy Sandhurst

Jaime Lluch University of Puerto Rico

Spreading Differentiated Citizenship: Asymmetric Citizenship and Empire

Marketa Jerabek University of São Paulo

Multi-Level Governance and Economic Performance in a Comparative Perspective

Samantha Twietmeyer Queen’s University

Third Parties and Political Settlement Institutions: Implications for Cyprus from the “Brexit” Experience of Northern Ireland

Britt Cartrite Alma College

Culture, Geography, Economics, and Political Institutions: The Complex Causes of Regional Political Distinctiveness

E4. Diversity Management in the Western Balkans

Room: XWD02.013

Chair: Michelle Rouse Ulster University Belfast

Discussant: Michael Hein Humboldt University of Berlin

Jared Bell International University of Sarajevo

Dayton and the Political Rights of Minorities: The Need for Constitutional Reform in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Aleksandra Zdeb University of Graz & University of Zurich

Role of Informal Institutions in the Power-Sharing Systems: Some Observations from the Brčko District Case

Gabriela Loskovska Independent Researcher

Democratic and Institutional Consolidation in Aftermath of Ethnic Conflict in Divided Society – A Lesson from Republic of Macedonia

Juliana Marko Tirana University

The Gender Perspective in the Institution-Building and Democratization of post-Socialist Albania

 

12:35 – 14:00

Lunch by FEED ME BY KALOPESAS

14:00 – 15:30

F1. Substate Nationalisms and Multilevel Governance

Room: XWD02.010

Chair: Britt Cartrite Alma College

Discussant: Nikos Skoutaris University of East Anglia

Jaime Lluch University of Puerto Rico

The Legitimacy-Legality Constitutional Paradox in Multinational Democracies and the Constitutional Origins of Sub-State Party System Realignments: Catalonia and Puerto Rico (2005-2016)

Adrian Little, Clayton Chin, Sarah Maddison & Sana Nakata University of Melbourne

Navigating Foundational Conflict: Australia in Comparative Perspective

Oscar Mejía Mesa Université Laval

Challenging Federalism: a Theoretical Model of Indigenous Autonomy and Reconciliation

Jean-Philippe Gauvin University of Montreal & Mike Medeiros McGill University

Regional Federalism? Accounting for Differences in Canadian Federal Culture

F2. Gender, Power-Sharing and Peace Processes

Room: XWD02.011

Chair: Siobhan Byrne University of Alberta

Discussant: Cera Murtagh Queen’s University Belfast

Siobhan Byrne University of Alberta & Allison McCulloch Brandon University

Is Syria like Bosnia? Feminist Lessons for Power-Sharing and Conflict Transformation

Marie-Joëlle Zahar Université de Montréal

Promoting Gender and Women’s Inclusion: Beyond the Rhetoric

Maria Hadjipavlou University of Cyprus & Olga Demetriou UCY & PRIO

The Impact of Women’s Activism on the Peace Negotiations in Cyprus

Michelle Rouse Ulster University Belfast

Gender Equality in post-GFA Northern Ireland – In need of a Fresh Start

F3. Contemporary Politics and the State of Democracy in Turkey and MENA Region

Room: XWD02.012

Chair & Discussant: Anna Koukkides-Prokopiou SeeD, Centre of Sustainable Peace and Democratic Development

Zafer Yılmaz Ankara University & Potsdam University

The Transformation of Turkish Democracy: The Emerging Plebiscitarian Regime, the Fall of the Public Space and the Rise of the Polarized Space of Ppinion

Adam Szymanski University of Warsaw

Competitiveness of Elections in Turkey – The Case of Minorities

Arshad Arsh Jawaharlal Nehru University

Democratic Backsliding or Democratic Breakdown in post-Mubarak Egypt

Nur Köprülü Near East University

Trend towards Democratization and Constitutional Design in Kingdom of Jordan

F4. Roundtable: The Cypriot Diaspora in a Comparative Perspective

Room: XWD02.013

Chair: Neophytos Loizides University of Kent

Charis Psaltis University of Cyprus

Neophytos Loizides University of Kent

Nicos Trimikliniotis University of Nicosia

Hayriye Kavfeci

Yucel Vural Eastern Mediterranean University

15:30 – 16:00

Coffee/tea break

16:00 – 17:30

Keynote Address

Room: Amphitheatre, Leventis Building

John McGarry Queen’s University, Kingston

What Explains the Performance of Power-Sharing Settlements?

17:30

Wine reception

Sponsored by Taylor & Francis Group, Leventis Courtyard

20:00

Conference Dinner (Polychoros 77)

DAY 3

Monday, June 26

08:30

REGISTRATION OPEN and coffee available

 

09:15 – 10:45

G1. Comparative Conflict Management

Room: XWD02.010

Chair: Aleksandra Zdeb University of Graz & University of Zurich

Discussant: Henry Jarrett University of Exeter

Cera Murtagh Queen’s University Belfast

Civic Dilemmas: Non-Ethnic Political Parties in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Northern Ireland in Comparative Perspective

John Coakley Queen’s University Belfast & Jon Fraenkel Victoria University of Wellington

Inter-communal Transfers under STV in Northern Ireland: The Historical Evidence

Jony Essa Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Between Power-Sharing and Control: The Institutionalization of Inter-Communal Relations in Divided Societies

Adrian Guelke Queen’s University Belfast

Legal versus Political Mechanisms of Conflict Management: South Africa and Northern Ireland Compared

G2. Designing Democracies in Post-Conflict Societies – Theoretical & Empirical Aspects I

Room: XWD02.011

Chair & Discussant: Stephanie Laulhe Shaelou UCLan Cyprus

Panayiota Arnou Independent researcher

Designing Democracy in Post-conflict Societies: Challenges for Democracy in the Era of Globalisation and Crisis

Kleanthis Kyriakidis University of the Aegean

Democratization in Egypt: A Fairytale Gone Bad?

Katerina Antoniou UCLan Cyprus

Civil Society’s Role in Conflict Resolution Processes: The Case of Cyprus

Anna Koukkides-Prokopiou SeeD, Centre of Sustainable Peace and Democratic Development

The Role of Gender and Inclusive Security in Democratizing a Post-conflict Society

G3. Bosnia-Herzegovina to Cyprus: Lessons Learned

Room: XWD02.012

Chair: Natalie Alkiviadou, UCLan Cyprus

Discussant: Jared Bell International University of Sarajevo

Nikos Skoutaris University of East Anglia

Mapping Out the Notion of Shared Sovereignty in Post-Conflict Constitutional Arrangements

Ivan Pepic University of Geneva & Mirjana Kasapović University of Zagreb

The Gradual Cyprusization of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina: Structural, Institutional and Process Assumptions

Gülay Umaner Duba University of Helsinki & Emine Eminel Sülün Near East University

Structural Dimensions and Normative Limitations of Federal Security Culture in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Lessons to Draw for Cyprus

 

G4. Education in Divided Societies

Room: XWD02.013

Chair & Discussant: Tereza Novotna Universite libre de Bruxelles

Charis Psaltis University of Cyprus

History teaching in Post-conflict and Divided Societies

Blerina Duli Association Rondine Citadel of Peace

Intercultural Dialogue and Deconstruction of “the Other”: A Path towards the Democratization Process of Conflict Countries

Simone Grigoletto University of Padova & Rondine The Citadel of Peace

Restoring Democracy through the Development of Cross-cultural Relationships

10:45 – 11:05

Coffee/tea break

11:05 – 12:35

 

H1. Book Panel: Power-Sharing: Empirical and Normative Challenges

Room: XWD02.010

Chair: Allison McCulloch Brandon University

Discussant: Stefan Wolff University of Birmingham

Participants:

John McGarry Queen’s University, Kingston

Siobhan Byrne University of Alberta

Jon Fraenkel Victoria University of Wellington

Nicholas Cheeseman University of Birmingham

Stef Vandeginste University of Antwerp

Joanne McEvoy University of Aberdeen

Neophytos Loizides University of Kent

H2. Designing Democracies in Post-Conflict Societies – Theoretical & Empirical Aspects II

Room: XWD02.011

Chair & Discussant: Stephanie Laulhe Shaelou UCLan Cyprus

Andreas Karyos & Zenonas Tziarras UCLan Cyprus

Failed Post-Conflict Disarmament, Arms Control and Democratization: Lessons from post-1959 Cyprus

Marilena Varnava Independent Scholar

A Power-Sharing Democracy for Two Segregated National Communities: The Unsuccessful Experiment of 1960-1974 in Cyprus

Klearchos Kyriakides UCLan Cyprus

Cyprus Peace-Making as a Continuation of War by Other Means: What Can the Peace-makers of the Future Learn from the History of the Republic of Cyprus

Athanasia Hadjigeorgiou UCLan Cyprus

Conflict Resolution in Post-Conflict Societies: Some Guidance for the Judiciary

H3. Contemporary Politics and the State of Democracy in Israel

Room: XWD02.012

Chair: Adrian Guelke Queen’s University of Belfast

Discussant: Kleanthis Kyriakidis University of the Aegean

Ilana Kaufman The Open University of Israel

Benchmarks for Democracy under Strain: The Disbanding of the Northern Islamic Movement in Israel

Benyamin Neuberger The Open University of Israel

Solving the Arab/Palestinian–Israeli/

Jewish Conflict in Palestine/Israel 1917–2017: Constitutional Designs

Mario Sznajder Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Democratization and Constitutionalism in Israel

Tatiana Litvinova MGIMO-University

Political Activity and Consolidation of Divided Ethnic Groups (the case of Circassians)

H4. Beyond Ethnicity: Global Political Actors of Ethnical Division and its Relation with Architectural and Built Spaces (Student panel organised by Rondine Cittadella Della Pace)

Room: XWD02.013

Chair & Discussant: Envera Suljic Rondine Cittadella della Pace & Endrit Kadriu Rondine Cittadella della Pace & University of Florence

Lina Abuzarour & Endrit Kadriu Rondine Cittadella della Pace & University of Florence: The Contribution of Architecture in Political Conflicts and its role in Recorded History

Mary Joe Alavalas Rondine Cittadella della Pace

Balkanization Gone Wrong- the Case Study of Lebanon

Ahmed Jalal Rondine Cittadella della Pace

When Ethnicity Encounters Religion- the Case Study of Sudan

Ana Maksimovic & Envera Suljic Rondine Cittadella della Pace

The Beginning of the End- The Case Study of ex- Yugoslavia

12:35 – 14:00

Lunch by FEED ME BY KALOPESAS

[Meeting of RC Committee Boards: Discussion on Future Collaborations between RCs – Room: XWD02.010]

14:00 – 15:30

 

I1. Institutional Designs for Divided Societies: View from Oceania

Room: XWD02.010

Chair & Discussant: Adrian Little University of Melbourne

Jon Fraenkel Victoria University of Wellington

The Spectre of the ‘Ethnic Outbidder’: The Impact of Populist Demagogues in Malaysia, Fiji and Northern Ireland

Stephanie Lawson Macquarie University

Democratization and Constitutional Design in Divided Societies: The Case of Fiji

Sudarsan Kant Harris-Stowe State University

Coalition Building in Divided Societies

Benjamin Reilly Murdoch University

Centripetalism, rank-choice voting and electoral moderation in established democracies

I2. Diversity and Democratization: Theory and Method

Room: XWD02.011

Chair: Michael Breen Nanyang Technological University

Discussant: Jony Essa The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Kyung Woong Koh Yonsei University

Snowballs and Dominoes: Towards a General Theory of Democratization Waves

Agnieszka Rothert University of Warsaw

Adaptation, Resilience and Transformation. An Evolutionary Approach to Understanding Political Processes

Oliver Dowlen Sciences Po Paris

The Potential of Random Recruitment for Healing Political Division

Andrea Carlà EURAC Research

Governance of Diversity from a Security Studies Perspective: Setting a Research Agenda

I3. From Paper to Peace? Examining the Role of Institutional Design in War-to-peace Transitions

Room: XWD02.012

Chair: John McGarry Queen’s University

Discussant: Michelle Rouse University of Ulster

Stefan Wolff University of Birmingham

The ICCS Dataset on Political Agreements in Internal Conflicts

Dawn Walsh Dublin City University

Independent Commissions: Power-sharing beyond Executive and Legislative Politics

Giuditta Fontana University of Birmingham

Overcoming Cultural Violence: Cultural Institutions in Peace Agreements

Christalla Yakinthou University of Birmingham & Argyro Kartsonaki University of Birmingham

Power Sharing and Transitional Justice in War-to-Peace Transitions: A Research Agenda

I4. Democratization in Comparative Perspective Room: XWD02.013

Chair: Cristina Rodriguez-Acosta Florida International University Discussant: Kasumi Nakagawa Pannasastra University of Cambodia

Jun Yin Shenzhen University

Democratization and Identity Politics: Comparison of Taiwan and Hong Kong

Łukasz Zamęcki University of Warsaw

The Bumpy Democratization of Hong Kong – A Case of Specific Bargaining Process

Giorgi Gabedava Rondine Cittadella Della Pace

Democracy and Political Processes, Comparative Analysis of South Caucasus Countries

16:00 – 17:00

Research Committees will hold their AGMs

RC14 -Room: XWD02.010

RC28 – Room: XWD02.011

RC13 – Room: XWD02.012

DAY 4

Tuesday, June 27

10:30-19:00

Group Excursion

Limassol-Curium archaeological site; Pafos and Aphrodite’s rock and lunch

Sponsored by Cyprus Tourism Organization

 

PARTICIPANT INDEX

 

 

Aboultaif, Eduardo A2

Abuzarour, Lina H4

Agarin, Timofey A2, D1, E1

Alam, MD Aftab A1, D2

Alavalas, Mary Joe H4

Alkiviadou,Natalie G3

Anderson, Paul D1

Antoniou, Katerina G2

Arnou, Panayiota G2

Arshad, Arshad F3

Bell, Jared E4, G3

Bochsler, Daniel, E1

Bozkurt, Umut C1

Bransden, Simon D1

Breen, Michael D3, I2

Bregu, Meljana C2

Byrne, Siobhan F2, H1

Carciumaru, Radu C4, D3

Carciumaru, Maria

Carlà, Andrea I2

Cartrite, Britt B2, E3, F1

Chattopadhyay, Rupak RT

Cheeseman, Nicholas B1, D3, H1

Coakley, John G1

Cuijuclu, Elena C4

Demetriades, Achilleas C1

Demetriou, Olga F2

Dodsworth, Susan B1

Domagala, Katarzyna E2

Doorenspleet, Renske A3, B2

Dowlen, Oliver, I2

Duba, Gulay Umaner G3

Duli, Blerina G4

Edwards, Aaron C3, E3

Efthymiopoulos, Marios B3, E3

Eminel Sülün, Emine B3, G3

Essa, Jony G1, I2

Fontana, Giuditta I3

Fraenkel, Jon G1, H1, I1

Gabedava, Giorgi I4

Gauvin, Jean-Philippe F1

Gribanovam Galina C4

Grigoletto, Simone G4

Guelke, Adrian A2, G1, H3

Hadjigeorgiou, Athanasia H2

Hadjipavlou, Maria F2

Hein, Michael B2, E4

Inokuchi, Ayako

Jarrett, Henry B4, G1

Jerabek, Marketa E3

Jou, Willy C4

Juon, Andreas A2

Kadriu, Endrit H4

Kant, Sudarsan I1

Kartsonaki, Argyro I3

Karyos, Andreas H2

Kashyap, Aprajita D2

Kaufman, Ilana H3

Keil, Soeren C2, D1

Koh, Kyung Woong I2

Koprulu, Nur B3, F3

Kotze, Dirk B1, D3

Koukkides-Procopiou, Anna F3, G2

Kovras, Iosif C1

Kuperman, Alan B1, D3

Kyriakides, Klearchos H2

Kyriakidis, Kleanthis G2, H3

Lagana, Giada C3

Larin, Stephen B2, E1

Laulhe-Shaelou, Stephanie G2, H2

Lawson, Stephanie I1

Little, Adrian F1, I1

Litvinova, Tatiana A3, H3

Lluch, Jaime E3, F1

Loizides, Neophytos C1, RT, H1, F4

Loskovska, Gabriela C2, E4

Maksimovic, Ana H4

Maleki, Ammar B2

Marko, Juliana

McCulloch, Allison A2, E1, F2, H1

McEvoy, Joanne E1, H1

McGarry, John RT, KN, H1, I3

Medeiros, Mike F1

Mejía Mesa, Oscar F1

Milan, Chiara B4

M’lili, Amina

Moran, Ashley A3, B3

Murtagh, Cera B4, F2, G1

Nagle, John B4

Nakagawa, Kasumi I4

Nakai, Ryo E2

Neuberger, Benyamin H3

Numan, Berna B3

Osman, Ahmed

Pecnik, Anja

Pepic, Ivan G3

Ponomarenko, Nadezhda E2

Power, Greg A3, B1

Psaltis, Charis G4

Raffoul, Alexandre A2, E1

Reilly, Benjamin E1, I1

Rodriguez-Acosta, Cristina D2, I4

Rohrbach, Livia B2

Rothert, Agnieszka I2

Rouse, Michelle E4, F2, I3

Ruane, Joseph C3

Sharma, Priya A1, D2

Singh, Aashwyn D2

Skoutaris, Nikos F1, G3

Smajljaj, Avdi C2

Suljic, Envera H4

Surlic, Stefan C2

Swenden, Wilfried A1

Sznajder, Mario B1, H3

Szymanski, Adam E2, F3

Thomson, Jennifer B4

Todd, Jennifer B4, C3

Trzcinski, Krzysztof

Twietmeyer, Samantha E3

Tziaras, Zenonas H2

Vandeginste, Stef D3, H1

Varnava, Marilena H2

Vural, Yucel RT, F4

Walsh, Dawn C3, I3

Waśko-Owsiejczuk, Ewelina A3

Wierzchowska, Anna E2

Wise, Laura A2, C2

Wolff, Stefan H1, I3

Yakinthou, Christalla C1, I3

Yin, Jun I4

Zahar, Marie-Joëlle E1, F2

Zamecki, Lukasz I4

Zdaniuk, Bartlomiej C4, G4

Zdeb, Aleksandra E4, G1

Zielinski, Mateusz E2

 

 

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