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聚焦国际组织( V )—— 隐形治理:国际组织间关系的非正式秩序

讲座主题:隐形治理:国际组织间关系的非正式秩序(Invisible Governance: Informal Practices of Ordering in Inter-Organizational Relations
 
讲座时间:2022年5月27日(周五)15:00-17:00
 
讲座方式:
线上
ZOOM 会议号:886 2046 0472
密码:674274
 
主讲人:Guy Fiti Sinclair(新西兰奥克兰大学法学院副教授)
 
主持人:陈一峰(北京大学法学院副教授)
 
主讲人简介:
  盖伊·菲蒂·辛克莱是奥克兰大学法学院副教授。他拥有奥克兰大学的历史和法律学位,以及纽约大学法学院的法学博士(JSD)学位。他主要研究和教学领域是国际公法,主要研究国际法、国际组织和国际经济法的历史和理论。辛克莱博士是《改革世界:国际组织与现代国家的建立》(牛津大学出版社,2017年)一书的作者,该书于2018年获得欧洲国际法学会图书奖。他目前进行的项目研究国际组织之间的关系如何影响国际经济法律和秩序,该项目得到了新西兰皇家学会马斯登快速启动基金的支持。
 
Guy Fiti Sinclair is an Associate Professor at Auckland Law School. He holds degrees in history and law from the University of Auckland, and a JSD from New York University School of Law. His principal area of research and teaching is public international law, with a focus on the history and theory of international law, international organizations, and international economic law. Dr. Sinclair is the author of To Reform the World: International Organizations and the Making of Modern States (Oxford University Press, 2017), which was awarded the European Society of International Law Book Prize in 2018. He is currently working on a project about how the relations among international organizations shape international economic law and order, supported by a Marsden Fast Start Grant from the Royal Society of New Zealand.
 
讲座摘要:
  绝大多数国际法和国际关系的研究认为,国际组织是单一、真正和坚实的行为者。本次讲座将采用不同的视角,将国际组织视为行动中的集合体进行分析。在此种视角下,国际组织及其相互关系是通过一系列策略的、物理的和语言的实践带来的各种结合所构成。本次讲座将以原始档案研究为基础,通过20世纪60年代中期国际组织之间关系的案例来说明这种分析模式,当时对制度碎片化的担忧推动了重建国际体系的努力。这次讲座将重点探讨中层国际公务员在应对国际组织间关系中不确定性时的角色。
 
In most accounts of inter-organizational relations in international law and international relations, international organizations (IOs) are taken to be unitary, ‘real’ and ‘solid’ actors. The talk will outline and adopt a different perspective, analysing IOs as assemblages-in-action, comprising heterogeneous elements which are cobbled together in an ongoing and improvisational way. In this view, IOs – and even more so, the relations among them – are constituted via a vast series of associations through practices of strategic, physical, and linguistic translation. Drawing on original archival research, the talk will illustrate this mode of analysis through a case study of efforts to manage the relations among IOs in the mid 1960s, when anxieties about institutional fragmentation drove efforts to re-constitute the international ‘system’. The talk will highlight the agency of mid-tier international civil servants as they grappled with the uncertainties inherent in inter-organizational relations.