On the Emergence of Parliamentary Representations in Multilateral Conferences
- Michal Onderco (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
- 8 March 2017
- Wijnhaven - room 348
About the lecture
While the scholarship on the parliamentary control over the foreign and security policy is firmly established, we know very little about parliamentary participation in diplomatic activities. Yet, parliamentarians are increasingly taking part in the diplomatic conferences as parts of their delegations. This paper looks at the origins of the practice and attempts to explain the patterns.
About the speaker
Dr. Michal Onderco is Assistant Professor of International Relations at Erasmus University Rotterdam. In 2014-2015, he was a Max Weber Fellow at European University Institute in Florence. Before these positions, he conducted his PhD research at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, from 2010 till 2014. In 2012-2013, dr. Onderco was a Fulbright visiting researcher at Columbia University in New York. In summer 2014, he attended The Hague Academy of International Law. His main research interest is in international relations, particularly the study of international security, international institutions and Global South.
About the seminars:
Diplomacy and Global Affairs (DGA) Research Seminar Series
Diplomacy and Global Affairs (DGA) Research Seminar Series is a series launched by the Research Group on Diplomacy and Global Affairs at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs. The seminars of internationally acknowledged guest researchers and faculty members deal with current research topics in diplomacy, international relations, global affairs, and political economy broadly conceived and target a broad audience through their interdisciplinary focus.
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