Below you will find the list of presentations from the 2015 ACUNS Annual Meeting. The list is sorted in alphabetical order by the last name of the first author. To view a PDF version of the paper, please click on the title.

The authors retain full rights for reprinting and publishing of the articles. Please do not cite without permission from the authors.

Submitted Papers and Presentations

Adewale Bakare
A Call for Multilateralism 2.0: The Invocation of Open World Order on the United Nations System
A Call for Multilateralism 2.0: The Invocation of Open World Order on the United Nations System (PowerPoint Presentation)

Yves Beigbeder
Public Health Leaders in the World Health Organization

Rafael Soares Pinheiro da Cunha
The Future of the Global Governance

Omar Hernández
A Complex Interaction: UN Inter-Governmental Bodies and the ICC

Kent J. Kille
The IO BIO Project: Biographical Genre and Leadership Database Applied to Executive Heads of International Organizations

Ulrich Mans
Peace Informatics Lab

Math Noortman
Sustainable Global Human Security and Distributive Justice in the 21st Century

Nao Seoka
The Implications and Limitations of the Veto Power in the United Nations: A Critical Analysis of the Use of Veto by China and Russia in the Case of Syria

Nanette Svenson
United Nations Measuring, Monitoring and Publishing: Critical Mechanisms for Propelling Global Norms

Wilfried de Wever
Role of Knowledge Institutions in Providing Innovative Ideas in Support of the SDGs: Examples from The Hague

Kavita Ziemann
Citizen-Centred and Evidence –Based Justice Sector Interventions: Illustrations from Yemen and Mali

Paper Submission Guidelines

ACUNS does not require that papers be completed and submitted before the Annual Meeting. Paper submission is voluntary, but ACUNS does hope to upload as many revised papers as possible after the Annual Meeting. These papers are featured and advertised through our E-Update with an audience of over 3000 people.

To submit completed papers, email [email protected] with a copy of your paper attached as a word document or a PDF. All papers submitted as word documents will be converted to PDFs for electronic display.

If preferred, presenters may submit a powerpoint presentation in lieu of a paper.

General Writing Guidelines:

  • 20-25 pages, typed on standard 8 1/2″ by 11″
  • Double-spaced (2.0 spacing in MS Word)
  • 12 point Arial font
  • Follow the Chicago Manual of Style
  • Use footnotes rather than endnotes