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Events - Detail

  • 17 / 03
    2014

    1914 – The Collapse of a Peace Order: Is Democratic Peace an Alternative?

    © Parlamentsdirektion/Bildagentur Zolles KG/Christian Hofer

    International Conference

    Summary

     

    This conference builds on, and takes further, the debate on factors that contribute to international peace and stability while focusing analysis and discussion on the democratic peace thesis. It discusses and highlights the relationship between democracy and peace alongside a number of other factors such as economic interdependence and international institutions. Moreover, as the outbreak of World War I marked the ultimate demise of a "peace order" based on the Concert of Europe, the relationship between democracy and a concert of powers is also examined. Overall, starting with a theoretical debate, the conference sets forth to explore the impact of democracy in selected issue areas and in relation to selected factors. It furthermore raises the question as to what role the EU could or should play with regards to the uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa, traces the effects of the financial crisis on peace and stability in Europe, and seeks to highlight the possible implications of a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership.

    Programme

    Invitation

     

    Please note that there will be no translation into German provided.

     

    Monday, 17 March 2014, 10:00-17:15

    Venue: Austrian Parliament
    Please use the main entrance, Dr. Karl Renner-Ring 3, 1010 Vienna
    The invitation and a government-issued ID will authorise you to enter the Parliament.

     

    The event is jointly organized with the Austrian Parliament in cooperation with the Austrian Federal Chancellery and the kind support of the embassies of Great Britain, Germany and the United States. 

     

    Registration is obligatory.

     

    Event held within oiip’s research area of Global Security Governance.