TD06-4: IR and Islam: Depiction of Prophet Muhammad, Problem of Cultural Incommensurability, and Muslim Countries Relations with France and UK

Theme: One International Relations or Many? Multiple Worlds, Multiple Crises

Wednesday 18 – Saturday 21 September 2013

Warsaw, Poland

Organised by the ECPR Standing Group on International Relations and EISA in cooperation with the Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw and the Polish Association for International Studies.

Critical Relations between International Relations and Islam
Section Chair: Nassef Manabilang Adiong

TD06-4: IR and Islam: Depiction of Prophet Muhammad, Problem of Cultural Incommensurability, and Muslim Countries Relations with France and UK

Time:

Thursday, 19/Sep/2013:

4:30pm – 6:15pm

Chair: Stefan Borg, Swedish Institute for International Affairs
Discussant: Raffaele Mauriello, Sapienza, University of Rome

Location: 211 (Old Library of University of Warsaw)
Capacity of 50 people

Presentations

Depiction of Prophet Muhammad And The right to freedom of expression.
Mahmoud Hegazy Bassal
Faculty of Law , Helwan University,Egypt; mahegazym@yahoo.com
Human Rights, the Arab Revolutions and the Problem of Cultural Incommensurability
Stefan Borg
Swedish Institute of International Affairs, Sweden; stefan.borg@ui.se
Muslims and Foreign Policy in France and Great-Britain
Imène Ajala
Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Centre on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding (CCDP)Geneva, Switzerland;imene.ajala@graduateinstitute.ch

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