INTERNATIONALISM GENERAL ASSEMBLY
1ST SESSION, 2021
Discuss, Advocate and Recollect.
Internationalism General Assembly is the ultimate parliamentary forum established by the team of Internationalism
31 January 2021
LAST DATE TO REGISTER FOR DELEGATE APPLICATIONS
Until February 2, 2021
ANNOUNCEMENT OF DELEGATES SELECTED
February 4-5, 2021
ELECTION DAY AND RESULTS - PRESIDENT & VICE-PRESIDENT
February 11-14, 2021
INTERNATIONALISM GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 2021 - 1ST PLENARY SESSION
As released on January 6, 2021
IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF RADICALIZATION IN CYBERSPACE AND INFORMATION WARFARE
RESTRUCTURING INTERNATIONAL TRADE WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON THE ROLE OF THE WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION
EXTRAJUDICIAL ASSASSINATIONS: ROLE OF INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES AND THREATS TO SOVEREIGNTY
ASSESSING THE JURIDICAL CREDIBILITY OF TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE IN INTERNATIONAL LAW
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