GLOBAL LAW ASSEMBLY CONFERENCE, 2021

Postponed until further notice.

 
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ABOUT

GLAC is the Flagship International Law Conference hosted by Internationalism in association with the Indian Society of Artificial Intelligence and Law. 

In continuation to The Juris En Conference on International Law, 2020 organized from 7 to 9 February, 2020, the GLAC is a versatile conference amassed with 3 distinct sub-events, i.e.,

  1. Internationalism General Assembly

  2. Track Presentations

  3. Panel Discussions

 

SCHEDULE

Will be out soon by January 15, 2021

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THE SUB-EVENTS

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INTERNATIONALISM GENERAL ASSEMBLY

The special democratic forum for policy analysts, students, researchers and academics in the realm of International Law and Relations.

TRACK PRESENTATIONS

Present your papers and research ideas with us in one of the four Tracks

PANEL DISCUSSIONS

Participate in our exceptional Panel Discussions on various issues of importance in international law and affairs.

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NEOREALISM IN A MULTIPOLAR WORLD

Core Theme of the Conference in the year 2021

TRACK PRESENTATIONS

Themes

  1. International Law: History, Culture, Polity & Philosophy

  2. International Organizations: Multilateralism, Plurilateralism & the Rule of Law

  3. International Relations: Heteropolarity, Multialignment and Neorealism

  4. International Policy: Synthesis and Innovation in Policy Development

INTERNATIONALISM GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Agendas as released on January 6, 2021

  1. Impact Assessment of Radicalization in Cyberspace and Information Warfare

  2. Restructuring International Trade with special emphasis on the role of the World Trade Organization

  3. Extrajudicial assassinations: Role of intelligence agencies and threats to sovereignty

  4. Assessing the Juridical Credibility of Transitional Justice in International Law

PANEL DISCUSSIONS

Themes

  1. India's Multialignment and the Regularity of Iteration Geopolitics

  2. The Neorealist Transformation of the US-European Approach of Conflict Resolution & Rule of Law

  3. United Nations and its Commitments: Fallacies and their Aftermath

  4. The Global South and its Approach to Health Diplomacy amidst COVID19