1st Panel of The 2nd Annual Int’l Symposium on “Multilateralism: The Past and the Future”

Date: March 30-31, 2023

The Second Annual International Symposium on ‘Impacts of Global Power Transition on Authoritarian Populism and Multilateralism’

Panel 1: Multilateralism: The Past and the Future


Aline BURNI (Policy Analyst on International Relations, Foundation for European Progressive Studies, Brussels).


“How international law enables great power domination and great power competition and what can be done about it," by Mattias KUMM (S.J.D. Harvard, Research Professor for Global Constitutionalism, WZB Berlin Social Science Center).

“Mini-literalism in the Indo-Pacific as an alternative to multilateralism and bilateralism? The role of public support and populism,” by Werner PASCHA (Prof. of Economics, Duisburg-Essen University, Institute of East Asian Studies-IN-EAST).

“On the new paradigms of cooperation in the rising world of multiplexity in countering populism,” by Richard CLARK (Associated Professor, Department of Government, Cornell University).

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