Call for Papers - Europe and the World Centre, University of Liverpool and the BISA South East Europe Working Group - External influences in South East Europe?
On the 17th September 2018, the BISA Working Group on the “International Politics of Migration, Refugees and Diasporas” will host a workshop at the University of Warwick between 9am and 5.30pm.
It will be held in Room E.2.02 of the Social Sciences Building and is orgnanised by Maria Koinova (University of Warwick) and Gerasimos Tsourapas (Univesity of Birmingham).
Call for Papers and Panels - Change and Continuity: Politics, Socio-Economic Development and International Relations in Africa and the World
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