The 2020 PIPC

After the notable success of the forth annual conference in Taipei, the organizers would like to announce the fifth Pacific International Politics Conference (PIPC) has been scheduled for Singapore, 3-4 July 2020. The conference will be hosted by National University of Singapore. Singapore is a highly developed sovereign island city-state and is also known as one of only eleven countries around the world with a AAA sovereign rating. National University of Singapore, founded in 1905, enjoys a worldwide reputation for its research in science, humanities and social sciences.

Call for Papers

The fifth Pacific International Politics Conference (PIPC) will be held in Singapore, 3-4 July 2020. Paper and poster proposals are now being accepted. Proposals addressing any aspect of international politics are welcome. Papers focused on the improvement of social science theory as it relates to international relations are encouraged, particularly but not exclusively quantitative research. Especially encouraged are papers dealing with international politics in the Asia-Pacific region, and/or by researchers based in the region. The deadline for submission is Friday, 21 February 2020.

PIPC enforces a limit of one proposal per author.  Authors may submit a proposal to present a single-authored paper and also appear as the non-corresponding author on a second paper.  However, authors are limited to appear a maximum of two appearances on the program.

 To submit your proposal, please click here.

We hope that the Pacific International Politics Conference will continue to develop as a central forum for scientific researchers of IR in the Asia-Pacific region.
Steering Organizers
Erik Gartzke, University of California, San Diego
Benjamin Goldsmith, Australian National University
Koji Kagotani, Osaka University of Economics
Soo Yeon Kim, National University of Singapore
Local Organizers
Soo Yeon Kim, National University of Singapore