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Oxford Lectures

Over the years, Professor Acharya has given a number of lectures or presentations at Oxford University. The following are a selection of some of these papers.

Local and Transnational Civil Society as Agents of Norm Diffusion, Paper Presented to the Global Governance Workshop, 1-3 June 2012, Department of International Development, Queen Elizabeth House, University of Oxford, UK.

The Limitations of Mainstream International Relations Theories for Understanding the Politics of Forced Migration, Lecture at Centre for International Studies, Oxford University, 27 October 2008.

The Evolution of Norms: The Social Construction of Non-Interference in Asian Regionalism, Paper for the Provincializing Westphalia Conference at Oxford University, 18-19 April 2008.

East Asia’s Arrested Multilateralism: Hopes and Illusions, Text of Public Lecture Delivered at St Antony’s College, Oxford University, 23 February 2007.

International Relations Theory and Western Dominance: Reassessing the Foundations of International Order,, Lecture delivered at the“Reenvisioning Global Justice/Global Order” Seminar Series, Centre for International Studies, Oxford University, 22 February 2007.

International Relations and Area Studies: Towards a New Synthesis, Presented to the “Workshop on the Future of Interdisciplinary Area Studies in the UK”, St Antony’s College, Oxford University, 6-7 December 2005.

The Challenges facing Developing Countries in their International Relations, The Third World and International Order-Intrusive Regionalism, Oxford Lecture 2000.

"Developing Countries and the Emerging World Order: Security and Institutions," Paper presented to the MacArthur Project at Oxford University Conference on "The Developing Countries and the End of the Cold War", Exeter College, Oxford University, 30 September-1 October 1994