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2nd edition of the international conference “Contemporary Arab and Muslim World in International Relations"

Institute of Political Science at the University of Gdansk, Polish  International Studies Association,  Europe-Asia-Africa Foundation and The Gulf Studies Center at the College of Arts and Sciences at the Qatar University are pleased to invite you to participate in the 2nd edition of the international conference “Contemporary Arab and Muslim World in  International Relations”.

The conference will be held in the faculty of Social Sciences at University of Gdańsk in Poland from 13 to 14 October 2016. The invitation is addressed to scholars, researchers, experts and professionals who are interested in studies of the Arab and Muslim World and the Middle East.
The first conference was held in Gdańsk on September 24, 2015. It was followed by publication of a collection of papers prepared by academics from all over the world. After the success of the previous edition of the conference, the organizers have decided to repeat this initiative.
The conference will address four major dimensions of international relations in the Arab and Muslim World: Politics, Economy, Law, and Culture:
  1. Politics (including: cooperation and contention in the Middle East and Muslim World (MENA) region; ideology and sectarianism in the Middle East and Muslim World; attitude of particular countries towards Islamic State, foreign policy of the Arab and Muslim states)
  2. Economy (including: economic cooperation and integration; economic dilemmas in the internal policy of the Arab and Muslim states and in the international relations within this area; financial markets, Islamic banking and finance; business opportunities)
  3. Law (including: the legal systems of the Arab and Muslim states, Sharia Law dilemmas, legal customs in the Arab and Muslim world)
  4. Culture (including: inter-social relations, religious customs in politics, economy and family life).
Language: The working language of the conference is English.
 

 

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