Panel Review

SL1_NYS_Parties_Politics_and_Coalitions

Panel Title: SL1_NYS_Parties_Politics_and_Coalitions

Panel Date/Time: 11:15 AM - 12:45 PM

Room: Main Hall 27

Panel Chair: Abraham Unger, Wagner College, abe.unger@wagner.edu

Panel Discussant: Abraham Unger, Wagner College, abe.unger@wagner.edu

 


Title:  Progressives in the Hudson Valley: A First Look

Published Name: Michael Armato

Institution: Albright College

Co-author(s): Daria Newfeld, Ph.D., Albright College, dnewfeld@albright.edu

Title: Frayed Alliance: The Democratic Party and Public Sector Unions

Published Name: Wais Hassan

Institution: Miami University (Ohio)


Title:  The Use of Narrative Policy Framing in the Village Dissolution Debate: Social Media Messaging in the Brockport and Lyons Dissolution Efforts

Published Name: Lisa Parshall

Institution: Daemen College


Title: Parties Matter, Even When They're Weak: Partisanship in the Progressive Era

Published Name: Robert Williams

Institution: Misericordia University



IP1_Issues in Culture and Religion

Panel Title: IP1_Issues in Culture and Religion

Panel Date/Time: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Room -- Main Hall 27

Panel Chair -- Nayma Qayum, Manhattanville College, nayma.qayum@mville.edu

Panel Discussant -- Nayma Qayum, Manhattanville College, nayma.qayum@mville.edu 

 


Title:  National Culture and Influences On Leadership Practices: Power Distance Index (PDI)

Published Name: Remi Alapo

Institution: Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC- CUNY)


Title:  African Americans and Native Americans and the U. S. Constitution

Published Name: Michael Boston

Institution: The College at Brockport


Title:  Political Islam out-term in Turkey: a mix Method Analysis

Published Name: Md Mostafa Faisal

Institution: Gazi University


Title:  Land Tenure, Territoriality and Social Security: Interrogating Farmers-Herders Conflicts on Nigeria’s Mambilla Plateau

Published Name: Nsemba Edward Lenshie

Institution: Taraba State University, Nigeria


Title:  Conservatism in the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies: a male and religious offensive in "defense of the family"

Published Name: Rayani Santos

Institution: University of Brasilia e UC Berkeley



IR5 Global Issues and American Foreign Policy

Panel Title: IR5 Global Issues and American Foreign Policy

Panel Date/Time: 11:15 AM - 12:45 PM

Room - Main Hall 12

Panel Chair: Enyu Zhang, Seattle University, zhange@seattleu.edu

Panel Discussant: Enyu Zhang, Seattle University, zhange@seattleu.edu


Title: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA IN THE MIDDLE EAST XXI.

Published Name: Higerta Bali

Institution: faculty of history and philology

Co-author(s): Prof. Meljana Bregu, melibregu@hotmail.it

Title:  “Foreign Agents,” Sovereignty and Political Pluralism: How Russian Foreign Agents Law is Shaping Civil Society

Published Name: Alexandra Orlova

Institution: Ryerson University


Title:  Trump's Foreign Policy Worldview: Consistency AND Crisis?

Published Name: Kyu Chul Shin

Institution: West Virginia University


Title:  Explaining the Emergence and Consequences of Transnational Alliance of Ethno-Nationalist Anti-Globalist Political Parties and its Implication for Majority & Minority Rights

Published Name: Srinivasan Sitaraman

Institution: Clark University, Worcester, MA 01601



IR6 China's Foreign Policy

Panel Title: IR6 China's Foreign Policy

Panel Date/Time: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Room: Main Hall 12

Chair: Srini Sitaraman, Clark University,ssitaraman@clarku.edu

Discussant: Srini Sitaraman, Clark University, ssitaraman@clarku.edu

 


Title: China and Australia vying for influence in the Pacific Islands

Published Name: Adam Csenger

Institution: PAIGEO


Title:  China’s first overseas military base in Djibouti: Assessing the objectives, motivations, wider networks and future prospects

Published Name: Theodor Neethling

Institution: University of the Free State, South Africa


Title:  China-North Korea relations under President Xi Jinping

Published Name: Eun Ji (Sally) Son

Institution: Columbia University, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences


Title: Cross-Strait Relations in the Xi-Trump Era

Published Name: Enyu Zhang

Institution: Seattle University

Co-author(s): Yitan Li Seattle University liy@seattleu.edu

Title:  Freedom Railway or Iron Horse Imperialism? A Cautionary Tale of China’s Rail Diplomacy

Published Name: Matthew Zuccaro

Institution: Montclair State University



IR7 Foreign Policies of China, Japan. Russia, and United States

Panel Title: IR7 Foreign Policies of China, Japan. Russia, and United States

Panel Date/Time: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Room - Main Hall 8

Chair: Alexandra Orlova, Ryerson University, Canada, aorlova@ryerson.ca

Discussant: Alexandra Orlova, Ryerson University, Canada, aorlova@ryerson.ca

 


Title: Republic of Abkhazia in the context of the evolution of US foreign policy in South Caucasus

Published Name: Madina Aublaa

Institution: Abkhazian Institute for Research in the Humanities, Abkhazian Academy of Sciences


Title:  China’s Investment Treaties with Latin America and Implications for South-South Cooperation: Evidence from Firm-Level Data

Published Name: Jesse Liss

Institution: CUNY



IR8 Issues of Global Studies

Panel Title: IR8 Issues of Global Studies

Panel Date/Time: 2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

Room - Main Hall 8

Panel Chair: Jesse Liss, CUNY Graduate Center, jliss@gradcenter.cuny.edu

Panel Discussant; Jesse Liss, CUNY Graduate Center, jliss@gradcenter.cuny.edu

 


Title:  IMPERIAL ENGLAND, IMPERIAL SCOTLAND, AND THE RISE OF IMPERIAL AMERICA: Early steps toward a global rule of law

Published Name: Joseph Garske

Institution: The Global Conversation


Title:  Will Revisionist States Give Up Their Bomb? A Quantitative Analysis of the Revisionist Experience and Nuclear Proliferation Decision

Published Name: Minjung Kim

Institution: Georgetown University


Title:  Emerging security challenges and the evolution of the notion of the European Strategic Autonomy

Published Name: Michał Rekowski

Institution: Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland


Title: It is not only Relational but also Structural: Revisiting the Resolution of the 1998 October Crisis through Elements of Structural Power

Published Name: Bugra Sari

Institution: Turkish National Police Academy


Title:  The European Union and the Future of the United States as a Major Super Power in Global Politics

Published Name: Essien Ukpe

Institution: Akwa Ibom State University, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.



PPPA1_Policy_Approaches_and_Outcomes

Panel Title: PPPA1_Policy_Approaches_and_Outcomes

Panel Date/Time: 2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

Room - Main Hall 6

Panel Chair: Gina Keel, SUNY Oneonta, keelgl@oneonta.edu

Panel Discussant: Gina Keel, SUNY Oneonta, keelgl@oneonta.edu

 


Title:  PRIVACY IN THE DIGITAL AGE: the need for a fundamental right to the protection of personal data on the Internet and a brief analysis of the Brazilian perspectives for the establishment of a normative framework

Published Name: Pedro Michel Da Silva Serejo

Institution: FACULDADE SANTA TEREZINHA CEST

Co-presenter(s) GABRIEL CARVALHO SILVEIRA OLIVEIRA - UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO MARANHÃOCo-author(s): GABRIEL CARVALHO SILVEIRA OLIVEIRA - UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DO MARANHÃO

Title: Applying a Rational Systems Approach to the Analysis of Education Philanthropies’ Grantmaking Practices 

Published Name: Sara Sands

Institution: Teachers College, Columbia University



Plenary 2019 The Very Greatest Victory: New York Votes for Women

Panel Title: Plenary 2019 The Very Greatest Victory: New York Votes for Women

Panel Date/Time: 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Room - Faculty Dining Room, Wagner College

Speaker - Susan Goodier, SUNY Oneonta Dept. of History

Susan Goodier will present “The Very Greatest Victory: New York Votes for Women,” based on her co-authored book, Women Will Vote: The New York State Suffrage Movement(Cornell, 2017). She argues that women won the right vote because they drew on several distinct coalitions of activists – black, rural, urban, elite, radical, male – to demand and win the right to vote. While the women’s suffrage movement benefited from brilliant leadership, it needed broad-based support to win the right to full political engagement, including the right to vote, and to expand the understanding of what makes a democracy a democracy  

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Susan Goodier studies U.S. women’s activism, particularly women’s suffrage activism, from 1840 to 1920. She earned a master’s degree in Gender History, a doctorate in Public Policy History, with subfields in International Gender and Culture and Black Women’s Studies, and a Women’s Studies master’s degree, all from the University at Albany. At SUNY Oneonta she teaches various courses in Women’s History, New York State History, the Civil War and Reconstruction, and Progressivism.

Dr. Goodier is the coordinator for the Upstate New York Women's History Organization (UNYWHO). She is a member of the board of directors for the New York Historyjournal; in 2017 she edited a double issue on woman suffrage. The University of Illinois published her first book, No Votes for Women: The New York State Anti-Suffrage Movement, in 2013. Her second book, coauthored with Karen Pastorello, is Women Will Vote: Winning Suffrage in New York State(Cornell University Press, 2017). She is currently working on two books: a biography of Louisa M. Jacobs, the daughter of Harriet Jacobs, author of Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, and another on black women in the New York suffrage movement.                                    

 



AP2_Institutional_Politics

Panel Title: AP2_Institutional_Politics

Panel Date/Time: 11:15 AM - 12:45 PM

Room - Main Hall 6

Panel Chair: Jim Twombly, Elmira College, jtwombly@elmira.edu

Panel Discussant: Jim Twombly, Elmira College, jtwombly@elmira.edu


Title: Trump Going Public: Setting the Narrative and Employing Communication Media to Achieve Political Goals

Published Name: Joshua Sandman

Institution: Univ. of New Haven


Title: “Judicial Entrepreneur? The Contract Clause and Justice Neil Gorsuch’s Dissent in Sveen v. Melin (2018)”

Published Name: Sean Shannon

Institution: SUNY Oneonta


Title: You can't control me, I'm a defector: Democrats Voting for Trump’s Circuit Court Judges 

Published Name: Adam Stone

Institution: Georgia State University


Title:  Are Executive Orders Unlawful?

Published Name: Eric Svensen

Institution: Sam Houston State University



PT4 Democracy, Morality, and Decision

Panel Title: PT4 Democracy, Morality, and Decision

Panel Date/Time: 2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

Room - Main Hall 13

Panel Chair: Jeff Miller, SUNY New Paltz, millerj@newpaltz.edu

Panel Discussant: Jeff Miller, SUNY New Paltz, millerj@newpaltz.edu


Title: Civic Religion and Social Movements in American Politics

Published Name: Maxwell Burkey

Institution: CUNY Graduate Center


Title: Rebirth of the "Theologico-Political Problem" in the Thought of Isaiah Berlin and Alasdair MacIntyre 

Published Name: John McDonald

Institution: University of Houston


Title:  The Role of Beliefs, Values, Attitudes and Events in Political Decision Formation

Published Name: Krishnan Raman

Institution: None


Title: Exploring Deliberative Institutions Through an Agonistic Lens 

Published Name: Marie Staniforth

Institution: Johnson County Community College



UG1_US_Politics

Panel Title: UG1_US_Politics

Panel Date/Time: 2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

Room - Main Hall 20

Panel Chair/Discussant: Dr. Steve Snow, sgsnow@wagner.edu


Title:  Yes, No, Maybe So: Problems in Political Polling

Published Name: Zayn Aga

Institution: Syracuse university

Co-presenter(s) Zebediah Sulmasy, (research assistant), Green Mountain Collage, zebsulmasy@gmail.com Co-author(s): Not Applicable

Title:  Campaign Contributions and Judicial Elections: Evidence from Louisiana Supreme Court

Published Name: Nancy Hernandez

Institution: California State University, Dominguez Hills


Title:  Inconsistent Incognito Mode: Exploring States’ Online Privacy Law Variance in the U.S.

Published Name: Michael Wang

Institution: Hamilton College



CP1 Populism & Nationalism in European Politics

Panel Title: CP1 Populism & Nationalism in European Politics

Panel Date/Time: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Room -- Main Hall 6

Panel Chair -- Dr. Tony Spanakos, Montclair State University, spanakost@mail.montclair.edu

Panel Discussant -- Dr. Tony Spanakos, Montclair State University, spanakost@mail.montclair.edu

Date & Time -- Friday, April 12 @ 1-2:30 p.m.


Title:  Overcoming Top-Down Nationalism with Collective Governance

Published Name: Annalyn Bachmann

Institution: MIT Center for Collective Intelligence


Title: Cosmopolitan Cities? Evidence on Anti-Immigration Politics in Cities from a Natural Experiment in France

Published Name: Gloria Gennaro

Institution: Bocconi University, Milano


Title:  The anti-democratic nature of EU fiscal policy

Published Name: chrysoula gitsoulis

Institution: university of maryland, university college



CP2 Citizenship, Migration & Minority Rights

Panel Title: CP2 Citizenship, Migration & Minority Rights

Panel Date/Time: 2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

Room -- Main Hall 12

Panel Chair -- Dr. Remi Alapo, Borough of Manhattan Community College, remialapo@aol.edu

Panel Discussant -- Dr. Remi Alapo, Borough of Manhattan Community College, remialapo@aol.edu

Date & Time -- Friday, April 12 @ 2:45-4:15 p.m.


Title: Construction of a citizenship in Turkana County, Kenya: From Subsistence to Activism

Published Name: Emmanuelle Bryant

Institution: Ms


Title: Capacity-Building and Emigrant Management in Sending Countries: Global Trends and Administrative Gaps

Published Name: Christopher Graham

Institution: University of Massachusetts, Boston


Title: Justice Against the Will of the People? The Slovak and Hungarian Constitutional Courts and Understanding(s) of Democracy

Published Name: Max Steuer

Institution: Comenius University in Bratislava


Title:  Decoding Kurz, the First of the Millennials

Published Name: Jai Venaik

Institution: Syracuse University



SL2 The First Tradition of Rights in America: State Constitutional Declarations of Rights, 1776-1791

Panel Title: SL2 The First Tradition of Rights in America: State Constitutional Declarations of Rights, 1776-1791

Panel Date/Time: 2:15 PM - 3:45 PM

Room - Main Hall 7

Moderator: Lisa Parshall, Professor of Political Science, Daemen College, lparshal@daemen.edu

 

Presenters

Peter J. Galie, Professor Emeritus, Canisius College, galie@canisius.edu

Christopher Bopst, Esq., cbopst@aol.com,

Beth Kirschner, Esq., kirschner@lawfirmvirginia.com

 

Discussants/Commentators 

Gerald Benjamin, Distinguished Professor, SUNY New Paltz, benjamig@newpaltz.edu 

John Dinan, Professor, Wake Forest, dinanjj@wfu.edu

Jim Gardner, SUNY Distinguished Professor, UB School of Law, jgard@buffalo.edu

 

A presentation and roundtable discussion of "The First Tradition of Rights in America: State Constitutional Declarations of Rights, 1776-1791," by Peter J. Galie, Christopher Bopst and Beth Kirschner (forthccoming Palgrave McMillan). The authors offer a new perspective as to why various rights appeared or did not appear in the first state constitutions during the founding period. Starting with the assumption that the provisions concerning rights can only be understood in the context of a colonial understanding of community and the conditions for sustaining that community, they argue that rights functioned differently in these documents than they would after the adoption of the national Bill of Rights. Working out the implications of these propositions will allow us to uncover a new understanding of these rights, and to recover a world we have lost.

 



IR2 Issues in International Relations

Panel Title: IR2 Issues in International Relations

Panel Date/Time: 2:15 PM - 3:45 PM

Room - Main Hall 6

Panel Chair: Tony Spanakos. Montclair State University, spanakos@gmail.com 

Panel Discussant: Tony Spanakos, Montclair State University, spanakos@gmail.com

 

 


Title:  Moving Toward A Dignity-Based Account of International Law

Published Name: Eric Scarffe

Institution: Boston University


Title:  Fake media outlets: a dangerous modern phenomenon?

Published Name: Julia Sweet

Institution: Rutgers University


Title:  Refugee Narrative in the United States: Presidential Securitization and the Role of Distance

Published Name: Reja Younis

Institution: The University of Chicago


Title:  Behind the Conflict of Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands, the Pursuit of Asia Hegemony

Published Name: Shaoyu Yuan

Institution: Northeastern University



IR1 Major Middle East Problems

Panel Title: IR1 Major Middle East Problems

Panel Date/Time: 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Room - Main Hall 7 

Panel Chair; Scott Monje, Scholastic/Encyclopedia Americana, SMonje@Scholastic.com

Panel Discussant: Scott Monje, Scholastic/Encyclopedia Americana, SMonje@Scholastic.com

 


Title:  Iran's Foreign Policy

Published Name: Kristen Blake

Institution: Molloy College


Title: Armed Intervention With Humanitarian Purposes in Libya: an analysis of the legitimacy and effectiveness of the use of force in the name of protecting human rights

Published Name: Jose Humberto Gomes de Oliveira

Institution: Universidade Federal do Maranhão

Co-author(s): Ana Beatriz Fonseca Tomaz anabiatomaz@yahoo.com.br, Anamaria Sousa Silva anamariaufma@gmail.com

Title:  Water Injustice and Poverty Relief in the Middle East

Published Name: Ningxin Li

Institution: Nova Southeastern University

Co-presenter(s) NO co-presentersCo-author(s): NO co-authors

Title: Wisdom (Hikmet-i) of Government and the New Reform: The effect of USA on Turkish Type Presidential Government Practices

Published Name: Mustafa Volkan

Institution: Constabulary Coast Guard Academy Institute of Security Sciences the Lecturer Depertmant of Public Administration

Co-author(s): Tekin Avaner

IR3 Major Problems of Global Studies

Panel Title: IR3 Major Problems of Global Studies

Panel Date/Time: 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM

Room - Main Hall 8 

Panel Chair: Kristen Blake, Molloy College, kblake@molloy.edu

Panel Discussant: Kristen Blake, Molloy College, kblake@molloy.edu

 


Title: Theories of Hegemony Compared: An Attempt to Find Common Ground among the Greeks, Gramsci, Hegemonic Stability Theory and World-Systems Theory

Published Name: Brian Ford

Institution: NYC DOE / Ind. Scholar


Title:  The European Commission and the EU Sub-state Governments: Partners in Development Assistance?

Published Name: Magdalena Kania

Institution: Jagiellonian University


Title:  The “independent” foreign policy of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte and the changing dynamics of the United States–Philippines special relationship

Published Name: Peter Klemensits

Institution: PAIGEO



PPPA 2 Development and Policy Evaluation

Panel Title: PPPA 2 Development and Policy Evaluation

Panel Date/Time: 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM

Room - Main Hall 12

Panel Chair: Peter Mameli, John Jay College, pmameli@jjay.cuny.edu

Panel Discussant: spanakost@montclair.edu

 


Title:  Young offenders’ behaviours versus Portuguese criminal law judicial response

Published Name: Maria João Guia

Institution: University of Coimbra

Co-author(s): João Pedroso - jpedroso@fe.uc.pt Patrícia Branco - patriciab@ces.uc.pt Paula Casaleiro - pcasaleiro@ces.uc.pt

Title: Energy diplomacy in South Asia: Beyond the security paradigm in accessing the TAPI pipeline project

Published Name: Mirza Sadaqat Huda

Institution: Nanyang Technological University

Co-author(s): Prof. Saleem Ali, University of Delaware

Title: Policy Process and Policy Learning: The August 1, 2018 Ebola Outbreak in Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Published Name: Peter Mameli

Institution: John Jay College of Criminal Justice


Title:  DEMOCRACY AND POVERTY ALLEVIATION IN THE 21ST CENTURY NIGERIA: A TRENDY DISCUSS

Published Name: Bonn Nwanolue

Institution: CHUKWUEMEKA ODUMEGWU OJUKWU UNIVERSITY



PT1 Markets Capitalism and the Future

Panel Title: PT1 Markets Capitalism and the Future

Panel Date/Time: 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Room -- Main Hall 8

Panel Chair -- Patricia Moynagh, Wagner College, patricia.moynagh@wagner.edu

Panel Discussant -- Patricia Moynagh, Wagner College, patricia.moynagh@wagner.edu


Title: A Technological Curiosity or a Reflection of Dissent? The Implications of the Rise of Bitcoin for Governments and Governance

Published Name: Marco Castillo

Institution: New York City College of Technology - CUNY


Title:  The Political Economy of Capitalism

Published Name: Veena Soni

Institution: JAI NARAYAN VYAS UNIVERSITY JODHPUR (RAJ)

Co-author(s): INDIVIDUAL PAPER

Title: Livestock, People, and the Planet: Responsibility for Structural Environmental Injustice

Published Name: Addye Susnick

Institution: University of Chicago


Title: Capital Vs. Digital Labour in the Information Age - A Marxist Analysis

Published Name: Kumar Thangavelsamy

Institution: Xavier University, Bhubaneswar, India



PT2_Political_Theory_and_Middle_East

Panel Title: PT2_Political_Theory_and_Middle_East

Panel Date/Time: 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM

Room -- Main Hall 13

Panel Chair -- Jeff Miller, SUNY New Paltz, millerj@newpaltz.edu

Panel Discussant -- Jeff Miller, SUNY New Paltz, millerj@newpaltz.edu


Title:  Gendering the Arab Spring: A Comparative Analysis of Institutions in Egypt and Tunisia

Published Name: Reham ElMorally

Institution: University of Reading


Title:  Transitionality versus Transformation: Gezi as a Continuous Space of Publicity

Published Name: Onursal Erol

Institution: The University of Chicago


Title:  Sayyid Qutb and the Schmittian Political

Published Name: Hisseine Faradj

Institution: Bronx Community College City University of New Yorn



PT3 Sovereignty, Power, and Democracy

Panel Title: PT3 Sovereignty, Power, and Democracy

Panel Date/Time: 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Room -- Main Hall 13

Panel Chair -- John McDonald, University of Houston, jtmcdonald@uh.edu

Panel Discussant -- John McDonald, University of Houston, jtmcdonald@uh.edu


Title:  Open Borders, Sovereignty, and Travelers

Published Name: Ugur Altundal

Institution: Syracuse University


Title: Democracy as State of Social Boundaries: An Attempt of the Systemic Approach  

Published Name: Michael Gamkrelidze

Institution: Independent researcher


Title: Power-Knowledge-Morality triangle.

Published Name: Shafakat Mirza

Institution: Kashmir University


Title:  The Normative Grounds of State Sovereignty and Epistemic Authority

Published Name: Coleen Watson

Institution: Binghamton University



PT5_Justice_and_Toleration

Panel Title: PT5_Justice_and_Toleration

Panel Date/Time: 2:15 PM - 3:45 PM

Room -- Main Hall 8

Panel Chair -- Marie Staniforth, University of Kansas, mpaxton4@jccc.edu

Panel Discussant -- Marie Staniforth, University of Kansas, mpaxton4@jccc.edu


Title:  Democratic Pluralism and When to be Intolerant of Harm

Published Name: Adam Renner

Institution: SUNY Binghamton


Title: Structural Injustice and Backward-Looking Historical Responsibilities

Published Name: Timothy Waligore

Institution: Pace University


Title: The Costs and Benefits of Prosecution: An Attempt to Justify the Costs of Amnesty to Human Security

Published Name: Robert Whelan

Institution: SUNY Binghamton



HP1 Political Tumult, Public Sector Reform, & Ideas of Governance

Panel Title: HP1 Political Tumult, Public Sector Reform, & Ideas of Governance

Panel Date/Time: 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Room -- Main Hall 6

Panel Chair -- Rich Taylor, St. John’s University, taylorr2@stjohns.edu

Panel Discussant -- Rich Taylor, St. John’s University, taylorr2@stjohns.edu


Title:  Executive Budgeting Literature and Lessons 1899-1929

Published Name: Kevin Bronner

Institution: Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy, University at ALbany


Title:  Marching for the Jews of Europe, Washington, DC, October 6, 1943, or the Consequences of the First Jewish Public Relations Campaign in America

Published Name: Diane Cypkin

Institution: Pace University


Title: "Tacitus and dark times"

Published Name: Clyde Daines

Institution: United States Military Academy


Title:  John Winthrop, Puritan Politics, and Natural Law in the Massachusetts Bay Colony

Published Name: Dan Ziebarth

Institution: Fordham University



UG2 Comparative Politics and International Relations

Panel Title: UG2 Comparative Politics and International Relations

Panel Date/Time: 2:15 PM - 3:45 PM

Room - Main Hall 20

Panel Chair: Charmaine Willis, SUNY Albany, cwillis@albany.edu

Panel Discussant: Charmaine Willis, SUNY Albany, cwillis@albany.edu


Title:  The Great American Rip-Off? A Look at the Paradoxical Nature of US Healthcare

Published Name: Geoffrey Broadbent

Institution: St. Bonaventure University


Title:  Laicite as a form of French nation building

Published Name: Remy Linback

Institution: Sarah Lawrence College


Title:  New York City Economic Land Use & Transit: Fixing our Subway, Financing our Future

Published Name: Jordan Pagan

Institution: Wagner Colllege


Title:  The Lasting Effects of Institutionalized Discrimination

Published Name: Carly Van Syckle

Institution: University at Albany SUNY


Title:  The Sustainability of Mass Tourism in Kinderdijk, Netherlands

Published Name: Katherine Viscardi

Institution: Wagner College



CP3 Electoral, Judicial & Legislative Reform

Panel Title: CP3 Electoral, Judicial & Legislative Reform

Panel Date/Time: 8:45 AM - 10:15 AM

Room -- Main Hall 7

Panel Chair -- Dr. Peter W. Richardson, Northeastern University, peter.richardson24@gmail.com

Panel Discussant -- Dr. Godwin Unanka, Imo State University (Owerri, Nigeria), office@unicaregri.org

Date & Time -- Saturday, April 13 @ 8:45-10:15 p.m.


Title:  Electoral Reform Initiations in Parliamentary Democracies

Published Name: Esra Issever-Ekinci

Institution: Syracuse University

Co-presenter(s) Berk Esen, Bilkent University, berk.esen@bilkent.edu.tr Eda Bektas, Bilken University, eda.bektas@bilkent.edu.trCo-author(s): Berk Esen, Bilkent University, berk.esen@bilkent.edu.tr Eda Bektas, Bilken University, eda.bektas@bilkent.edu.tr

Title:  Changing the political board: new successful political parties

Published Name: Vladimir Marquez Romero

Institution: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México


Title: The Puzzle of Public Trust and Judicial Power in Latin American Democracies: Evidence from Brazil and Mexico

Published Name: Mishella Romo R

Institution: New York University (NYU)


Title: Legislators' Attitude toward Same-Sex Marriage Bills: A Comparative Study in Taiwan and Hong Kong 

Published Name: Jia-Hui Yang

Institution: Graduate Institute of Political Science



CP4 Democracy, Development & Electoral Politics

Panel Title: CP4 Democracy, Development & Electoral Politics

Panel Date/Time: 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Room -- Main Hall 20

Panel Chair -- Dr. Yunus Sozen, Le Moyne College, sozenmy@lemoyne.edu

Panel Discussant -- Dr. Yunus Sozen, Le Moyne College, sozenmy@lemoyne.edu

Date & Time -- Saturday, April 13 @ 12:30-2 p.m.


Title:

Published Name: tony spanakos

Institution: montclair state university


Title: The Political Economy of Recession and the Illusion of Sustainable Development in Depressed Third World States: Nigeria in Focus

Published Name: Godwin Unanka

Institution: Imo State University, Owerri - Nigeria


Title:  Coalition Agreement and Party Unity in the British House of Commons

Published Name: Brian Williams

Institution: State University of New York College at Cortland



CP5 Development, Discrimination & Political Violence

Panel Title: CP5 Development, Discrimination & Political Violence

Panel Date/Time: 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM

Room -- Main Hall 12

Panel Chair -- Dr. Peter W. Richardson, Northeastern University, peter.richardson24@gmail.com

Panel Discussant -- Dr. Peter W. Richardson, Northeastern University, peter.richardson24@gmail.com

Date & Time -- Saturday, April 13 @ 12:30-2 p.m.


Title:  Youth Cultism, Crime and Lethal Violence in Nigerian Cities

Published Name: Ikenna Mike Alumona

Institution: Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University , Igbariam Campus

Co-author(s): Prof. Lere Amusan. Professor and Head, Department of Political Science and International Relations, North - West University, South Africa, lereamusan@gmail.com

Title: Urban politics and resistance to public housing redevelopment: New Zealand in comparative perspective 

Published Name: Elinor Chisholm

Institution: University of Otago, Wellington (New Zealand)


Title: Environmental Warfare Tactics in Asymmetric Conflict 

Published Name: Anna Feuer

Institution: Yale University


Title: Making Laws Work: Women, NGOs, and village courts in rural Bangladesh

Published Name: Nayma Qayum

Institution: Manhattanville College



2019 Keynote Civilian Casualties in Western Wars

Panel Title: 2019 Keynote Civilian Casualties in Western Wars

Panel Date/Time: 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Room: Spiro 4

Speaker: Bruce Cronin, City College of New York

Civilian Casualties in Western Wars

Western democracies have been at war almost consistently since the end of the Cold War in 1989. Although they are committed to the principle of civilian immunity and the laws of armed conflicts, their military operations continue to kill large numbers of civilians and destroy significant amounts of civilians property and institutions. This contradiction represents a long-held ambiguity held by these states toward the balance between military advantage and the principle of humanity.

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Bruce Cronin is Professor of Political Science at the City College of New York and the City University of New York Graduate School and University Center. He specializes in international law, human rights, and international organization and has published extensively on these topics. His most recent book is Bugsplat: The Politics of Collateral Damage in Western Armed Conflicts (Oxford University Press, 2018). The book provides an in-depth examination of five conflicts fought by Western powers since 1989 and their effect on civilian casualties.  Click here for more information about his book



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