Eurooppa-tutkimuksen päivä 9.10.2015



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09:30-11:00 Keynote speech, Eurooppasali (Malminkatu 16)
Prof. Adrian Hyde-Price (University of Gothenburg): “European Security and the Ukraine Crisis: Between Globalisation and Geopolitics”
Comment: Senior Researcher Kristi Raik (Finnish Institute of International Affairs)
Chair: Research Director Leena Malkki (University of Helsinki/Finnish International Studies Association)

The continuing crisis in the Ukraine has proved to be a ‘game-changer’ for European security. It also casts into sharp relief some of the key features and developments in the European security system. The Ukraine crisis has significantly altered Europe’s security environment, and Russia’s actions have fundamentally changed the European vision of a continent whole, free and at peace. This paper examines the European security system in the light of the Ukraine crisis, and provides an analysis of the ontology of European security. It identifies the key actors, structures and systemic dynamics of contemporary Europe, and focuses on the impact on Europe’s security order of two underlying structural trends: globalisation and geopolitics. The paper concludes by examining the dilemmas and difficulties facing Europe in the light of the Ukraine crisis, and analyses the impact of the crisis on both the European Union and NATO.

12:30-14:00 Eurooppalaisen turvallisuuden haasteet ja tulevaisuus, Unioninkatu 38, sali A205
– Hanna Ojanen (Tampereen yliopisto)
– Rasmus Hindren (puolustusministeriö)
– Tuomas Iso-Markku (Ulkopoliittinen instituutti)
Puheenjohtaja: Arto Aniluoto (Eurooppalainen Suomi ry/Eurooppa-tutkimuksen seura)

14:00-14:30 Tauko

14:30-18:00 Workshop sessions

Workshop 1:
Chair: Leena Malkki (University of Helsinki) & Arto Aniluoto (European Movement in Finland/Finnish European Studies Association)
– Kamilla Aliyeva (University of Helsinki): Impact of migration policies on access to labour market by migrant workers in Europe
– Marko Nousiainen (University of Jyväskylä): Political interpretations on the European participatory turn: Europeanisation, Americanisation and ordo-liberalisation of social action
– Matti Jutila (University of Turku): Regaining EU leverage in European minority politics: Benefits of double delegation and the raise of a new principal
– Maria Mekri & Mirva Salminen (SaferGlobe Finland/University of Lapland): Charting the Impossible: Creating a Framework for Comparative Study in European Union Civilian Crisis Management

Workshop 2:
Chairs: Tuomas Iso-Markku (Finnish Institute of International Affairs) & Hanna Ojanen (University of Tampere)
– Marco Siddi (Finnish Institute of International Affairs): Norms, identities and vulnerabilities: The Ukraine crisis and the securitisation of EU-Russia gas relations
– Unto Vesa (University of Tampere): Security Trends in the Baltic Sea Region
– Ari-Elmeri Hyvönen (University of Jyväskylä): “Ethical Power Europe” and EU’s Response to the Arab Spring
– Sigrid Kaasik-Krogerus (University of Helsinki): Back to the post-Soviet? Ukrainian Crisis as Popular Geopolitics
– Tommi Koivula (Finnish National Defence University): The European Union and the Use of Military Force: Mapping the Discursive Space of the EU Common Security and Defence Policy


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