Thursday 9th September
Opening Plenary, 1-2.30pm (BST)
What are the characteristics of the authoritarian populist movements that are reshaping democracies around the world and what are their implications for the US centred international order?
- Bill Schwarz
- Dan Nexon
- Walden Bello
- Nitasha Kaul
Afternoon Panel, 3-4.30pm (BST)
- Inderjeet Parmar, ‘The domestic and global sources of American authoritarian-populism: A Gramscian Analysis’
- Felipe Loureiro, ‘To Save the World from Globalism: Conspiracy Theory and the Foreign Policy of Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro’
- Joseph Scalice, ‘Abetting authoritarian populism: Duterte, the Communist Party of the Philippines and the failure of the 'left'
Friday 10th September
Morning Panel, 9.30am – 11am (BST)
- Aaron Winter & Aurelien Mondon, ‘Reactionary Democracy, the far right and ‘populism’: On global analysis and trajectories’
- Nicholas Michelsen, ‘The reactionary internationale: The rise of the New Right and the reconstruction of international society’
- Rima Saini, Mike Bankole, Neema Begum, ‘Ethnic Minority Conservatisms in the UK’
Afternoon Panel, 1-2.30pm (BST)
- Madura Rasaratnam, ‘Authoritarian populisms in India and the UK: a post-colonial perspective’
- Adam Fabry, ‘Authoritarianism, radical-right wing populism and neoliberalism in Hungary under the Orbán regime’
- Sean Phelan, ‘Media critique and the transnational far right’
Concluding thoughts, 3-4.30pm (BST)
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