GRADNAS Seminar Series - Panel Discussion: Intersections between the Domestic and the International
Chair and Speaker:
Rosemary Foot (Emeritus professor - Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford): The Power and Place of the Domestic in China’s UN Policy
Michael Magcamit (Lecturer - Global Politics, Politics Department, The University of Manchester): The Pantayong Pananaw Movement (“From-Us-For-Us” Perspective) as a Decolonial Approach to Addressing the Ontological Insecurities of Everyday International Relations
Catherine Jones (Lecturer - University of St. Andrews): Agency of Southeast Asian states - domestic sources of international agency
Rosemary Foot is an Emeritus professor at the University of Oxford’s Department of Politics and International Relations, an Emeritus Fellow of St Antony’s College, Oxford, and a Research Associate at the Oxford China Centre. In 1996, she was elected a Fellow of the British Academy. Rosemary Foot has also held several visiting appointments over the course of her academic career in Australia, China, New Zealand, Norway, Republic of Korea, Singapore, and the United States. Her research interests and publications cover security relations in the Asia-Pacific, human rights, Asian regional institutions, China and regional and world order, and China-US relations.
Michael Magcamit is a Lecturer in Global Politics at the University of Manchester. Before joining Manchester in August 2023, Michael Magcamit was a Lecturer in Security Studies at the University of Leicester (2021-2023) and a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at the Queen Mary University of London (2019-2021). His research has been published in the International Studies Quarterly, International Politics, Political Science, and International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, among others. He is the author of Ethnoreligious Otherings and Passionate Conflicts (OUP 2022) and Small Powers and Trading Security (Palgrave/Springer 20216).
Catherine Jones is a Lecturer at the University of St Andrews. Previously she was a post-doctoral research fellow at the University of Warwick and received her PhD from the University of Reading. Her research focuses on three areas of work: (1) agency of East Asian states in international order, (2) the China-North Korea relationship, (3) and the politics and development in Southeast Asia. Across these areas she has incorporated wargames and wargaming into her teaching and as an analytical tool for her research. In this context she has particular interests in engaging with diverse perspectives and incorporating voices from less prominent parts of the world. Her work has been funded by the Leverhulme Trust, the British Academy, the Korea Foundation and the Global Challenges Fund. She has published a monograph on China’s challenge to Global Norms (Palgrave, 2019), an edited volume (with Sarah Teitt) on China-North Korea relations (Elgar, 2020), an edited journal (with Garren Mulloy) on East Asia, humanitarian assistance, disaster relief and peacekeeping (Australian journal of International Affairs, 2020) as well as numerous journal articles and book chapters.
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