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Envisioning a new normal

Potsdam has some history when it comes to constructing new political visions. During the final days of the Second World War, the Potsdam Conference was where the leading Allied Powers, represented by Joseph Stalin, Winston Churchill, Clement Attlee, and Harry Truman, held the final of its three summits on postwar order. Among other things, they discussed how to administer Germany after its unconditional surrender, revise borders, transfer German populations in Europe, and end the war in the Pacific. The meeting, in a sense, was a historical transition point from the crisis of the war years towards a new era marked by radically different notions of the international in political, economic, and social terms.

Call for section chairs is

We are delighted to invite you to
the 16th EISA Pan-European conference on international relations (PEC),
to be held in Germany at University of Potsdam,
5-9 September 2023.

Cemal Burak Tansel

EISA President

Dagmar Vorlíček

Programme Chair

Matthias Leese

Programme Chair

Andrea Liese

Local Organiser

Thomas Sommerer

Local Organiser