Leading political theorist John Ikenberry to speak at City, University of London
Princeton University's Professor John Ikenberry will speak at the launch of a special issue of International Affairs
One of the world’s leading political theorists, Professor John Ikenberry, is to speak at City, University of London.
Professor Ikenberry, of Princeton University, will give his views on the origins, current position and future prospects of the US-led world order at an event on Thursday 22nd February 2018, from 4pm.
The free event will launch a special issue of the Chatham House journal International Affairs, which is co-edited by Professor Ikenberry, Professor Inderjeet Parmar, of City, and Professor Doug Stokes of the University of Exeter.
Professor Ikenberry’s talk will be followed be a panel discussion with four of the journal’s other contributors.
Called Ordering the World? Liberal Internationalism in Theory and Practice, the special issue interrogates the character, flaws and future of the US-led liberal international order.
The panel members will be:
- Professor John Ikenberry, Princeton University
- Professor Beate Jahn, University of Sussex
- Dr Nana de Graaff, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
- Professor Doug Stokes, University of Exeter
- Professor Inderjeet Parmar, City, University of London.
The special issue of International Affairs, featuring articles by each of the three editors, is available on the Oxford University Press website.
Professor Parmar (right), Head of the Department of International Politics at City, also gives his view on the US-led liberal international order in an Oxford University Press blog post, titled The US-led liberal international order is in crisis.
Listen to a discussion about the liberal world order on the Chatham House podcast, Undercurrents, with Professor Inderjeet Parmar
Photo credit (top right): Jon Roemer / Princeton University