Output

This is a full publication list of the project “Regional Challenges to Multilateralism” (2017-2020), funded by the KONE foundation, led by Dr. Élise Féron and hosted by TAPRI (Tampere Peace Research Institute).

SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS

1. Edited books and journal special issues

Féron, É, Juutinen, M, Käkönen, J & Maiche, K. (Eds.). 2020. Shedding light on a changing international order: theoretical and empirical challenges. Tampere: TAPRI Studies in Peace and Conflict Research no 104.

Juutinen, M & Maiche, K. 3/2018. Special issue, ”Hajaannus ja hallinta”, Rauhan-, konfliktin- ja maailmanpolitiikan tutkimuksen aikakauslehti, Kosmopolis vol. 48 (3).

Käkönen, J. 6/2019. Special issue, “Global change: BRICS and the pluralist world order” in Third World Thematics 4(6).

Féron, É, Käkönen, J., & Rached, G. (Eds.). (2019). Revisiting Regionalism and the Contemporary World Order: Perspectives from the BRICS and beyond. Opladen; Berlin; Toronto: Verlag Barbara Budrich.

2. Individual scientific articles, Working papers and book chapters:

By project members:

  1. Barbieri, G. 2019. Regionalism, globalism and complexity: a stimulus towards global IR?, Third World Thematics: A TWQ Journal, DOI: 10.1080/23802014.2019.1685406.
  2. Barbieri, G. 2019. Beyond Ideology: a reassessment of regionalism and globalism in IR theory. The case of China. In Élise Féron and Jyrki Käkönen (eds.), Revisiting Regionalism and the Contemporary World Order. Perspectives from the BRICS and beyond, Leverkusen: Barbara Budrich, 225–252.
  3. Barbieri, G. 2020. Contesting the International Liberal Order: institution building and challenge for hegemony. In: Élise Féron, Marko Juutinen, Jyrki Käkönen & Karim Maïche (eds.) Shedding Light on a Changing International Order: Theoretical and Empirical Challenges. Tampere: TAPRI Studies in Peace and Conflict Research no. 104, 133–163.

 

  1. Eder Julia, Juutinen Marko, Rached Gabriel. Alternative or complementary development finance? Comparing NDB’s and Bank of ALBA’s lending concepts. In Jeifets V, Jeifets L (toim.) Rusia e Iberoamerica en el mundo globalizante: historia y perspectivas. Memorias del Tercer Foro Internacional: Skifija print, 1055-1070, 2017

 

  1. Féron, Élise, Jyrki Käkönen and Gabriel Rached (eds.). Revisiting Regionalism and the Contemporary World Order. Leverkusen-Opladen: Barbara Budrich Publishers. Edited in collaboration with Jyrki Käkönen and Gabriel Rached.

 

  1. Féron, É. 2020. “Regional organizations and the management of the conflict in Burundi: Too many players?” In Élise Féron, Marko Juutinen, Jyrki Käkönen and Karim Maïche (eds.), Shedding light on a changing international order: theoretical and empirical challenges. Tampere: TAPRI Book Series: 109-131.

 

  1. Féron, Élise, Marko Juutinen, Jyrki Käkönen and Karim Maïche. “Introduction”. In Shedding light on a changing international order: theoretical and empirical challenges. Tampere: TAPRI Book Series pp.xix-xxviii
  2. Féron, Élise and Jyrki Käkönen. 2019. “Introduction: An elusive changing international order.” In Élise Féron, Jyrki Käkönen and Gabriel Rached (eds.), Revisiting Regionalism and the Contemporary World Order. Leverkusen-Opladen: Barbara Budrich Publishers: 21-31.

 

  1. Juutinen, M. 2016. ‘Regional Trade Agreements: A Strike at Multilateralism?’, Occasional Paper No. 93, Observer Research Foundation (ORF), New Delhi, May 12, 2016, 38 pages, available at
  2. Juutinen, M. 2017. ‘Regionalism in the Asian Century: A SAARC Perspective’, M K Nambyar SAARC Law Journal, Vol IV & V, July 2016 – June 2017, pp. 1-20.
  3. Juutinen, M. 2018. “The Problem of Neoliberal Civilization: Buen Vivir as an alternative framework of analysis”, in Manuel Alcántara, Mercedes García Montero y Francisco Sánchez López, (Coord.) Relaciones internacionales: Memoria del 56.º Congreso Internacional de Americanistas, 2018.
  4. Juutinen, M. 2018. ‘BRICS ja monenkeskinen yhteistyö: kannattaja, kehittäjä vai uhkatekijä? (BRICS and Multilateralism: Conflict or Cooperation?), Kosmopolis, 48(3): 40–59, 2018.
  5. Juutinen, M. 2018. ‘Kautilyan foreign policy analysis: Sino-Indian dynamics in South Asia and the Indian Ocean region’, Journal of the Indian Ocean Region, 14(2): 206-226, 2018.
  6. Juutinen, M. 2019. Leadership for a Pluralistic Order? Assessing BRICS and Development Finance. In Anna Heikkinen, Anni Kangas, Johanna Kujala, Harri Laihonen, Antti Lönnqvist, and Julia Bethwaite (eds.), Leading Change in a Complex World: Transdisciplinary Perspectives, Tampere University Press, 301-320.
  7. Juutinen, M. 2019. Emerging powers and new global politics? Indian local perspective to the BRICS paradox, Third World Thematics.
  8. Juutinen, M. 2019. Emerging Dynamics of Conflict and Cooperation in a Post-Hegemonic Age: A Kautilyan Perspective on BRICS, Occasional Paper No. 208, Observer Research Foundation (ORF), New Delhi, August 21, 2019, 42 pages.
  9. Juutinen, M. 2019. From Competitive to Inclusive Regionalisms: Mega-Regional Geo-Economics and the Legitimacy of World Trade System. In Élise Féron, Jyrki Käkönen and Gabriel Rached (eds.), Revisiting Regionalism and the New World Order. Perspectives from the BRICS and beyond, Leverkusen: Barbara Budrich, pp. 179-
  10. Juutinen, M. 2020. Emerging Dynamics of Conflict and Cooperation in Post-Hegemonic Age? A Kautilyan Perspective on ‘the BRICS Paradox’, In: Élise Féron, Marko Juutinen, Jyrki Käkönen & Karim Maïche (eds.) Shedding Light on a Changing International Order: Theoretical and Empirical Challenges. Tampere: TAPRI Studies in Peace and Conflict Research no. 104, 53–83.

 

  1. Juutinen, M and Käkönen, J. 2016. Battle for Globalisations? BRICS and US Mega-Regional Trade Agreements in a Changing World Order, New Delhi: Observer Research Foundation, 2016, 92 pages.
  2. Juutinen, M and Käkönen, J. 2016. Blokkien paluu: BRICS-maiden nousu, USA ja Suomi, (co-authored with Jyrki Käkönen), Helsinki: Into Kustannus, 2016.

 

  1. Käkönen, J. 2017. Kautilya ja kansainvälinen politiikka. Kosmopolis 2017 47 (1), 23-38.
  2. Käkönen Jyrki. 2018. Menneisyyden jäljet Intian ja Kiinan alueellisen yhteistyön hankkeissa. Kosmopolis 48 (3), 109-124.
  3. Käkönen, J. 2019. International relations in the Finnish national epos, Kalevala: Encounters of historical epochs and civilizations in the changing international order. In: Élise Féron and Jyrki Käkönen (eds.), Revisiting Regionalism and the Contemporary World Order. Perspectives from the BRICS and beyond, Leverkusen: Barbara Budrich, 275–299.
  4. Käkönen, J. 2019. Global change: BRICS and the pluralist world order. Third World Thematics 4(6), 415–423.
  5. Käkönen, J. 2020. Tracking the Past in the Chinese and Indian Regional Cooperation Initiatives. In: Élise Féron, Marko Juutinen, Jyrki Käkönen & Karim Maïche (eds.) Shedding Light on a Changing International Order: Theoretical and Empirical Challenges. Tampere: TAPRI Studies in Peace and Conflict Research no. 104, 31–51.

 

  1. Käkönen, J., Juutinen, M. 2020. “BRICS as Paradox”. In: Daya Kishan Thussu and Kaarle Nordenstreng (eds.) BRICS: Framing a New Global Communication Order. London/New York: Routledge, forthcoming.
  2. Käkönen, J. 2020. Modernisaation kriisi. Kulttuurivihkot 1/2020.

 

  1. Maïche, K. 2019. Bilateralism and multilateralism: Obstacles to sub-regionalism in the Maghreb. In Élise Féron, Jyrki Käkönen and Gabriel Rached (eds.) Revisiting Regionalism and the Contemporary World Order. Leverkusen-Opladen: Barbara Budrich.
  2. Maiche, Karim. 2018. Kulttuurin merkitys alueiden ja instituutioiden muodostumisessa. Kosmopolis 3/2018.
  3. Maïche, K. 2020.The BRICS Coexistence and the Islamic World. In: Élise Féron, Marko Juutinen, Jyrki Käkönen & Karim Maïche (eds.) Shedding Light on a Changing International Order: Theoretical and Empirical Challenges. Tampere: TAPRI Studies in Peace and Conflict Research no. 104, 85–106.

 

  1. McDonald, T., Klasche, B. 2019. Foot in the Door: China’s Investments in the Arctic Region. In: Élise Féron, Jyrki Käkönen and Gabriel Rached (eds.) Revisiting Regionalism and the Contemporary World Order. Perspectives from the BRICS and beyond. Leverkusen: Barbara Budrich, pp. 201-
  2. McDonald, T. 2020. Crisis and Opportunity: How the Greek Crisis Began, Continued, and Opened a Door for China into the EU. In: Élise Féron, Marko Juutinen, Jyrki Käkönen & Karim Maïche (eds.) Shedding Light on a Changing International Order: Theoretical and Empirical Challenges. Tampere: TAPRI Studies in Peace and Conflict Research no. 104, 165–190.

 

  1. Melasuo, T. 2019. Africa and World War II: The emergence of an imposed regionalization. In: Élise Féron, Jyrki Käkönen and Gabriel Rached (eds.) Revisiting Regionalism and the Contemporary World Order. Perspectives from the BRICS and beyond. Leverkusen: Barbara Budrich, pp. 35-
  2. Melasuo, T. 2020. Before Us and After: Old and New Resiliencies against Remaining Hegemonies. In: Élise Féron, Marko Juutinen, Jyrki Käkönen & Karim Maïche (eds.) Shedding Light on a Changing International Order: Theoretical and Empirical Challenges. Tampere: TAPRI Studies in Peace and Conflict Research no. 104, 217–245.

 

  1. Rached, G. 2019. Co-editor and contributor of the book: “Debates sobre Estado Empresário e Regulação: perspectivas latino-americanas”. Available at: https://editoracrv.com.br/produtos/detalhes/34447-debates-sobre-estado-empresario-e-regulacaobr-perspectivas-latino-americanas
  2. Rached, G. 2019. BRICS and the emergent countries in the twenty-first century: Discussing contemporary perspectives, pp. 83-

 

By our collaborators:

In Hajaannus ja hallinta, Kosmopolis vol. 48 (2018): 3

  1. Aissaoui, Alex. 2018. Voimatasapainoteoria transhistoriallisena ilmiönä : Mesopotamian suurkuninkaista tasapainopolitiikkaan muinaisessa Lähi-idässä. https://www.doria.fi/handle/10024/165694
  2. Kauppila, Liisa; Kopra, Sanna. 2018. Pohjoinen on punainen?: Kiina ja Arktiksen uusi alueellistuminen. https://www.doria.fi/handle/10024/166467
  3. Mäkinen, Teemu. 2018. Liberaali maailmanjärjestys ja Yhdysvaltain paikka maailmassa. https://www.doria.fi/handle/10024/165969
  4. Kronlund, Anna. 2018. Trumpin ilmastopolitiikka. https://www.doria.fi/handle/10024/165752

In BRICS and the Pluralist World Order, Third World Thematics, vol. 4 (2019): 6

  1. Lagutina, Maria. 2019. BRICS in a world of regions.
  2. Formici, Giulia. 2019. The role of the BRICS group in the international arena: a legal network under construction.
  3. Pandit, Priyanka. 2019. Delivering ‘public goods’ and the changing financial architecture: can BRICS meet expectations?

In Revisiting Regionalism and the Contemporary World Order: Perspectives from the BRICS and beyond, Barbara Budrich: 2019.

  1. Naik, Shraddha. 2019. The emergence of BRICS: An extension of interregionalism to the Global South, pp. 61-82.
  2. Naude, Bianca. 2019. Regionalism as resistance? South Africa’s utopia of Souths, pp. 105-
  3. Mikhaylenko, Ekaterina and Adami, Igor. 2019. Coping with the changing world order: The case of Russia, pp. 201-
  4. Puranen, Matti. 2019. Liberal international order without liberalism: Chinese visions of the world order, pp. 253-

Shedding Light on a Changing International Order : Theoretical and Empirical Challenges, TAPRI Monograph No 104, 2020.

  1. Leksyutina, Yana. 2020. The Creation of the NDB and the AIIB as a Third Wave of Multilateral Development Banks: What Stands Behind?, pp. 175-

 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  1. Barbieri, G. 2019. Paper giver – Thirty-seventh Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crimes 2019, “McMafia. Not just an Italian specialty: Chinese Organized Crime and law enforcement”, Cambridge September 6, 2019.
  2. Rached, G and McDonald, T 2019. Paper givers (co-authored) – ‘Globalization by other means? Hegemonic continuance and rising powers: its nature and main challenges’, ECPR General Conference, 4-7 September 2019, Wroclaw University, Poland.
  3. Julia Eder, Marko Juutinen and Gabriel Rached (coauthors): Alternative or complementary development finance? Comparing NDB’s and Bank of ALBA’s lending concepts. Presentation at The third international ‘Russia and Ibero-America in a Globalizing World: History and Modernity in St. Petersburg State University, 2-4 October 2017.
  4. Féron, É. 2019. “Regional organizations and the management of the conflict in Burundi: Too many players?”, International Relations 7th Winter School, Tallinn University, Estonia, 12-13 December.
  5. Juutinen, M. and Käkönen, J. (2018): The BRICS Paradox (presented at the project’s international conference)
  6. Juutinen, M. 2019. Emerging Dynamics of Conflict and Cooperation in Post-Hegemonic Age? A Kautilyan Perspective on ‘the BRICS Paradox’. Presentation of the winning essay of the Contemporary Research on International Political Theory Essay Prize at The International Thought of Judith Shklar, University of St Andrews, 11 October 2019.
  7. Juutinen, M. 2019. Presentation “Kautilyan Foreign Policy Analysis” at the PhD Seminar in Tallinn Winter School, 12.12.2019, Tallinn University.
  8. Juutinen, M. 2018. Is Legitimate and Multilateral Trade System Still Possible? Towards an Inclusive Trade Agenda for Deep Intra-Regional Economic Partnerships in the Indo-Pacific and Europe. Tallinn University 5th Winter School of International Relations: Reflections on Our Past, Envisioning the Future, Tallinn University, 13-14 December 2018.
  9. Juutinen, M. 2018. From Offensive to Inclusive Regionalism. Workshop on Indo-Pacific Region hosted by Lund University, SASNET and Swedish Institute of International Affairs. Lund 6-8 November 2018.
  10. Juutinen, M. 2018. From Offensive to Inclusive Regionalism. A Perspective into revival of ‘ambitious RTAs’ led by India, Japan and the EU for upholding a pluralistic international order, Asia Programme workshop 20th September 2018, Swedish Institute of International Affairs.
  11. Juutinen, M. 2018. Chinese Foreign Economic Policy and the Strategic Options for EU and Indo-Pacific, International Conference on Regional Challenges to Multilateralism, University of Tampere, 13-14 September 2018.
  12. Juutinen, M. 2018. BRICS and Global Politics in a Pluralistic Order: Indian Indigenous Perspective, International Conference on Regional Challenges to Multilateralism, University of Tampere, 13-14 September 2018.
  13. Juutinen, M. 2018. The Problem of Neoliberal Civilization: Buen Vivir as an alternative framework of analysis. Presentation at the 56.º Congreso Internacional de Americanistas, Universidad de Salamanca, 15-20 July 2018.
  14. Käkönen, J. 2019. Decolonization of International Relations and an emerging order. The 7 the Tallinn University SOGOLAS Winter School 12.-13.12.2019 Tallinn
  15. Käkönen, J. 2018: Co-operation and competing initiatives: Indian and Chinese regional co-operation processes
  16. Maiche, K. 2018: The BRICS Coexistence and the Islamic World
  17. Maïche, K. 2019. Bilateralism and multilateralism: Obstacles to sub-regionalism in the Maghreb. Tallinn Winter School 13.12.2019, University of Tallinn, Estonia.
  18. Maïche, K. 2019. Non-Violent Acts of Citizenship: Autonomous Trade Unions in Algeria. PhD. seminar within the seventh Tallinn Winter School 12.12.2019, University of Tallinn, Estonia.
  19. McDonald T. 2018: The Rise of New Economic Institutions in A Changing World Order, International Conference on Regional Challenges to Multilateralism, University of Tampere, 13-14 September 2018.
  20. McDonald, T. 2019: Outflanked: Challenges to Currency Policy Models, Seminar Presentation, 7th Tallinn Winter School of International Relations,12.12.2019, Tallinn University, Estonia
  21. McDonald, T. 2019: Foot in the Door: China’s Investments in the Arctic Region, 7th Tallinn Winter School of International Relations,13.12.2019, Tallinn University, Estonia
  22. Melasuo, T. 2019. Contribution on “Africa and World War II”, Department of International Relations, SOGOLAS-Winterschool, 13.12.2019, University of Tallin.
  23. Melasuo T. 2018: Africa and the Second World War – Emergence of an imposed
    regionalization
  24. Rached, G. 2019. Academic Paper Presentation “Political Economy in Contemporary Social Challenges: the role of International Institutions and Global Governance towards Inequality” at the 11th Biannual Conference of the European Peace Research Association – EuPRA. Period: 10 to 12 of October of 2019. Institution: Università degli Studi di Catania – UNICT – Catania – Italia
  25. Rached, G. 2019. Academic Paper Presentation “Breaking down barriers, revising walls: Global South in International Studies and New Challenges for the XXI century” at the International Studies Association (ISA-West) Annual Conference. Period: 27 to 28 of September of 2019. Institution: ISA-West – Westin Pasadena – Pasadena – California – USA.
  26. Rached, G. 2019. Co-authored Academic Paper Presentation “Globalisation by Other Means? Hegemonic continuance and Rising Powers: Its Nature and Main Challenges” at the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) General Conference. Period: 04 to 07 of September of 2019. Institution: University of Wroclaw – Wroclaw – Poland.
  27. Rached, G. 2019. Academic Paper Presentation “South-South Cooperation: a balance on BRICS countries on the XXI century” at the International Studies Association (ISA) International Conference. Period: 01 to 03 of August of 2019. Institution: Legon Centre for International Affairs & Diplomacy (LECIAD) – University of Ghana – Accra – Ghana.
  28. Rached, G. 2019. Academic Paper Presentation “Emerging countries and International Political Economy: the debate on BRICS and the New Global Governance” at the 12th Global Studies Conference Period: 27 to 28 of June of 2019. Institution: Jagiellonian University – Institute of European Studies – Kraków – Poland.
  29. Rached, G. 2019. Academic Paper Presentation “Re-vising International Studies: The Emerging Countries of BRICS and New Global Governance on the XXI Century” at the 60th International Studies Association Annual Convention (ISA). Period: 27 to 30 of March of 2019. Institution: ISA Annual Meeting – Toronto – Canada.
  30. Rached, G. 2019. “BRICS and the emergent countries in the twenty-first century: Discussing contemporary perspectives on Global Governance” Date: 13 of December of 2019. Institution: Tallinn University School of Governance, Law and Society – Tallinn University – Tallinn – Estonia.
  31. Rached, G. 2019. “Global Shifts, Emerging Countries and New Global Governance in the XXI century” Date: 31 of October of 2019. Institution: Dipartimento di Scienze Politiche, Giuridiche e Studi Internazionali – Università degli Studi di Padova – Rovigo – Italia
  32. Rached, G. 2019. “EU and Global Changes: Rising Powers and the New Global Governance” Date: 07 of June of 2019. Institution: Università Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria – Mediterranea International Centre for Human Rights Research – MICHR – Reggio Calabria – Italia.

 

POPULAR PUBLICATIONS

On our blog:

  1. Gustavo Rivas (2017): “Pluralist World Order: Globalization 101”, March 22, 2017
  2. Marko Juutinen (2017): “On Globalization 1: the changing nature of globalization”, March 22, 2017
  3. Terry McDonald (2017): “Possible futility of currency pegs”, May 3, 2017
  4. Karim Maïche (2017): “Does Culture Play a Role in Regionalism?” June 17, 2017
  5. Marko Juutinen (2017): “Learn to Live Simply, So That Others May Simply Live”, June 18, 2017
  6. Samir Saran (2017): “Time to Restate the Organising Principles of BRICS” June 18, 2017
  7. Jyrki Käkönen (2017): “Globalisation and the return of the past”, September 4, 2017
  8. Marko Juutinen (2017): “The BRICS dilemma”, November 1, 2017
  9. Jyrki Käkönen (2018): Challenged International order: Reflections about the conference “Regional Challenges to Multilateralism” Pluralist World Order -blog. October.
  10. Jyrki Käkönen (2018): The First Decennia of BRICS. Pluralist World Order -blog. March.
  11. Marko Juutinen (2018): Indo-Pacific Dilemma: Between Development and Geopolitics, December.
  12. Maiche, Karim (2019): Strained Regionalism in the Maghreb. Pluralist World Order -blog. 4.1.2019
  13. Maiche, Karim (2018): Islamic World an the BRICS. Pluralist World Order -blog. 23.3.2018
  14. McDonald, Terry (2018): Greece ends official bailout reliance – but the road ahead doesn’t show significant change for Greek citizens. Pluralist World Order -blog. 22.8.2018
  15. McDonald, Terry (2018): Immediate Impact. Pluralist World Order -blog. 5.2018
  16. Jyrki Käkönen (2019): Decolonizing the International order
  17. Jyrki Käkönen (2019): Challenging Changing International Order
  18. Jyrki Käkönen (2019): Migration or Modernization as a problem
  19. Maïche, K. 2019. Strained Regionalism in the Maghreb. Pluralist World Order Blog 4.1.2019.
  20. Rached, G. 2019. 10 years of BRICS and the pre-events for the Annual Summit: the BRICS Academic Forum 2019. Pluralist World Order Blog.
  21. McDonald, Terry and Klasche, Benjamin. 2020. Fight for Tweetdom

Elsewhere:

  1. Juutinen, Marko (2017), Trumppilaisen kauppapolitiikan uhkakuvia.
  2. Käkönen, Jyrki.(2017) “Historian Paluu ja Myytin Mureneminen”, 14.11.2017.
  3. Käkönen, Jyrki (2017)“Vihan Aikakausi?”, 19.4.2017.
  4. Käkönen, Jyrki (2018) Hullu vuosi 1968 – mikä on muuttunut?
  5. Käkönen, Jyrki (2018) Tianxia ja Kiinan maailmanpolitiikka
  6. Käkönen, Jyrki (2018) Miten käy vallitsevan maailmanjärjestyksen Trumpin aikakaudella?
  7. Käkönen, Jyrki (2019) Kaupungit kansainvälisinä toimijoina
  8. Maiche, Karim (2018) Maailmanjärjestykset muutoksessa. Rauhanpuolesta
    5/2018 (Interview with Professor Amitav Acharya)
  9. Maiche, Karim (2018) Limittäisten siltojen rakentaja. Voima 9/2018
    (Interview with Professor Amitav Acharya)
  10. Barbieri, G. 2019. ‘L’approccio cinese alle Relazioni Internazionali’, Aggiornamenti Sociali, Febbraio, 112–119.

With our Institutional Partners

  1. Juutinen, M. 2016. ‘Regional Trade Agreements: A Strike at Multilateralism?’, Occasional Paper No. 93, Observer Research Foundation (ORF), New Delhi, May 12, 2016, 38 pages.
  2. Juutinen, M. 2017. ‘The BRICS Dilemma‘, Observer Research Foundation (ORF), Raisina Debates,September 2017, available also at out blog.
  3. Juutinen, M. 2018. ’Indo-Pacific dilemma: Between development and geopolitics’, Observer Research Foundation (ORF), Raisina Debates, December 2018, available also at out blog.
  4. Juutinen, M. 2019. Emerging Dynamics of Conflict and Cooperation in a Post-Hegemonic Age: A Kautilyan Perspective on BRICS, Occasional Paper No. 208, Observer Research Foundation (ORF), New Delhi, August 21, 2019, 42 pages.
  5. Juutinen, M and Käkönen, J. 2016. Battle for Globalisations? BRICS and US Mega-Regional Trade Agreements in a Changing World Order, New Delhi: Observer Research Foundation, 2016, 92 pages.

EXHIBITIONS, EVENTS AND ARTISTIC PERFORMANCES

Organization of, and participation in, research events

  • Organization of a conference panel “Regional Challenges to Multilateralism” during the Annual Conference of the Finnish Political Science Association (Politiikan Tutkimuksen Päivät) in Jyväskylä, 9-10 March 2017
  • Participation in the Third International Forum “Russia and the Ibero-America in the Globalizing World: History and Modernity”, Saint-Petersburg, 2-4 October 2017.
  • Organization of a conference panel “18/16. Os desafios dos países periféricos no contexto da nova configuração global: impactos e perspectivas para a América Latina no século XXI / The challenges of the peripheric countries in the context of the new global configuration: impacts and perspectives for Latin America in the 21st century” during the 56th ICA Conference – University of Salamanca, 15-20 July 2018
  • Preparation and organization of an international conference “Regional Challenges to Multilateralism”, held on 13-14 September 2018, University of Tampere, Finland. See the conference website: https://events.uta.fi/pluralistworld2018/
  • Organizing the 7th Winter School of International Relations at Tallinn University, the Regional Challenges to Multilateralism Final Workshop, December 12th and 13th 2019.
  • “Murtuuko liberaali järjestys? Häviääkö monenvälisyys ja yhteistyö?”. Perjantaina 29.09.17, klo 13.30-15.30, Eduskuntatalo / Finnish Parliament House, Helsinki

Networking activities: The project has now established partnerships all other the world, notably with:

  • The Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi, India,
  • HSRC BRICS Research Center, Cape Town, South Africa
  • BRICS Parma Research Group, Italy
  • Observatory on Globalization, Barcelona, Spain
  • Research Group Career and Skills Development (Laboratório de Carreiras e Desenvolvimento de Competências), Federal University of Sao Francisco Valley (Univasf), Brazil
  • BRICS Research Group, Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia China Foreign Affairs University