Markus Jachtenfuchs and Nina Hall host workshop on international relations and the internet.
From international advocacy in the digital era to the governance of cybersecurity, the international group of contributors will engage in two days of in-depth debate on a range of topics related to the internet's transformative impact on global politics.
The workshop, an initiative of Markus Jachtenfuchs and Nina Hall, was hosted by the Hertie School's European and Global Governance Research Cluster on 22-23 June.
Hans Klein (Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, US)
A Truly Independent Agency: Is ICANN’s Autonomy from State Oversight Available?
Discussant: Henry Farrell
Jan Aart Scholte (University of Gothenburg)
Complex Hegemony: The IANA Transition in Global Internet Governance
Discussant: Michael Manulak
Stephanie Hofmann (Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva) and Patryk Pawlak (European Parliamentary Research Service)
Breaking Bad? How and Why IOs Expand Their Role in the Government of Cybersecurity
Discussant: Tina Freyberg
Moritz Weiss and Vytautas Jankauskas (Ludwig-Maximilians-University,Munich)
Governing Cybersecurity: Hybrid and Indirect?
Discussant: Natasha Tusikov
Hans Peter Schmitz (University of San Diego)
The Organizational Effects of Digital Tools: NGOs and Their Role in Global Governance
Discussant: Jaan Aart Scholte
Nina Hall (Hertie School)
International Advocacy in the Digital Era, Campaigning for Refugee Rights in 2015 and 2016
Discussant: Daniela Stockmann (Hertie School)
Alexandra Cosima Budabin (University of Dayton Human Rights Center)
When Digital Saviours Stand Corrected: Exploring Counter-Campaigns in Hashtag Activism
Discussant: Hans Schmitz
Michael W. Manulak and Duncan Snidal (Oxford University)
Power Diffusion and “Soft” Institutionalization in the Internet Era
Discussant: Hans Klein
Henry Farell and Abraham Newman (Georgetown University)
Linkage Politics in the Digital Age
Discussant: Markus Jachtenfuchs
Tina Freyburg, Lisa Garbe and Veronique Wavre (University of St Gallen)
Who Owns the Internet and Why Does it Matter? Ownership of Telecommunications Infrastructure in Sub-Saharan Africa
Discussant: Nina Hall
Natasha Tusikov (Brock University)
Role of the Coercive State in Shaping “Voluntary” Online Regulation
Discussant: Moritz Weiss