ANNULÉ - İPTAL How the Global South is reinventing the world

ANNULÉ - İPTAL How the Global South is reinventing the world

Bertrand Badie, professor emeritus
With the support of the Institut Français d’Ankara and Istanbul Bilgi University.

The Global South has been considered for a long time as the "periphery" of the international system. Such a vision is now totally outdated: the main conflicts are presently located in Africa and the Middle East, while Europe is no longer the battlefield of the world; the main issues which are now at stake come from the South; the international agenda is no longer elaborated by the old powers and the power itself is getting powerless and currently defeated. Is now "weakness politics" substituted to power politics? Is globalization making room for new actors, new cultures and new regional powers? Are local actors more efficient than traditional international powers? Are these new actors able to invent a new international system?

Biography: Holds graduate degrees from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (IEP, political science), the Institut des Langues Orientales and the University of Paris I (history of the 20th century). Ph.D. in political science from the IEP (1975); Full Professor (Professeur agrégé) of political science since 1982. Director of the Presses de Sciences Po from 1994 to 2003; director of the Rotary Center for International Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution at Sciences Po between 2001 and 2005. Currently, head of the Research Master’s in International Relations and of the Doctoral Program in Political Science of International Relations at Sciences Po.

The talk will be delivered in English

Détails

Date de l'événement 26/03/2020 1:30 pm
Date de fin 26/03/2020 3:30 pm
Places Illimitée
Lieu Université Bilgi Campus Santral

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Bertrand Badie

Professeur émérite des Universités à Sciences Po Paris

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