Author Archives: Anita Dick

Wolfgang Streeck: The International State System after Neoliberalism

IWM Lecture in Human Sciences by Wolfgang Streeck on “Europe between National Democracy and Supranational Centralization”.
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Bernd Marin

Director, European Bureau for Policy Consulting and Social Research, Vienna

Guest
(June 2019)
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Mary Kaldor

Professor of Global Governance, Director of the Conflict and Civil Society Research Unit, London School of Economics and Political Science

Guest
(June 2019)
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With contributions by Clemena Antanova, Pavel Barsa, Tobias Berger, Muriel Blaive, Luiza Bialasiewicz, Ayse Caglar, Luke Cooper, Misha Glenny, Valentin Groebner, Ludger Hagedorn, Chantal Mouffe, Julia M. Nauhaus, Vinh-Kim Nguyen, Zofia Smolarska, Sabrina Stallone, Ilija Trojanow, Kathrine Younger …
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Nikola Ksiazek

Event Management Assistant
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Ayse Caglar: Migrants and City Making in Disempowered Cities

Asye Caglar talks in this Monthly Lecture about the questions: What do cities which have lost their economic, political, and cultural power and population reveal about the location of migrants in city-making and urban politics? What do they disclose about the fault lines of neoliberal urban redevelopment?
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Ivan Krastev: The Light that Failed

2nd Krzysztof Michalski Memorial Lecture
May 24, 2019
Speaker: Ivan Krastev
“The Light That Failed”
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Peter Engelmann, Chantal Mouffe: Democracy and Its Enemies

Book presentation: “Wenn Demokratien demokratisch untergehen” [When Democracies are dismantled democratically], Pasagen Verlag, 2019. The volume marks the resumption of a series of IWM publications in cooperation with Passagen Verlag, Vienna.
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Ivan Krastev, Gwendolyn Sasse, Gerard Toal: The Return of Geopolitics?

Over the past several years, it has become common to announce the ‘return of geopolitics’ in shaping the world order and relations between states. Panel Discussion moderated by Luiza Bialasiewicz
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Europe at the Crossroads: Confronting Populist, Nationalist, and GlobalChallenges

The extreme right wing is on the rise. And there are signs that part of the political mainstream in Europe, the US, and beyond is considering going along with far-right populist parties and their divisive, ethno-nationalist programmes. Europe at the Crossroads is an urgent scholarly response to the sociopolitical challenges that far-right programmes pose to …
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