Focuses on some neglected, interrelated areas of international relations/international political economy such as globalisations, regionalisms and internationalisation; encourages alternative, critical and radical approaches which are interdisciplinary and historical by a new generation of scholars especially from the South. Factors analysed include civil societies, technologies, feminisation, new coalitions, new security issues and peace building, etc.
- Impact of Globalization on Nationalism
Chair: Prof. Miguel Rocha de Sousa
- New Nationalism and/or the Resurgence of Nationalism(s) in the Horn of Africa?
Chair: Dr. Sarah Vaughan
- The Beautiful Ones Have Indeed Been Born: The Emergence of the Development States of Southern Africa, After Colonialism, Represents the Rise of An Alternative Civilization.
Chair: Dr. Wayne Edge
- What World Order Against Corruption?
Chair: Dr. Carmelo Cattafi