In a thought-provoking and insightful two-day workshop, scholars gathered to delve into the intricate dynamics of international regime complexes. Titled “The Evolution of International Regime Complexes: Exogenous and Endogenous Transformation,” the event took place on December 15 and 16, providing a platform for in-depth discussions and analysis. The workshop, hosted in collaboration with American University and Temple University, fostered a rich exchange of ideas and perspectives. Attendees engaged in rigorous debates surrounding the evolving nature of international regimes, with a particular focus on both exogenous shocks and endogenous transformations that shape the global governance landscape. As the workshop concluded, organizers expressed satisfaction with the depth of analysis and the diverse perspectives shared. The insights gained from the discussions are expected to contribute to ongoing scholarly debates and inform future research on the evolution of international regime complexes. This successful event underscores the commitment of the Chair of European and Global Governance to advance our understanding of global governance dynamics. The workshop not only provided a platform for intellectual exchange but also laid the groundwork for continued collaboration.

The workshop was organized and sponsored by the Chair of European and Global Governance (Prof. Eugénia da Conceição-Heldt).