Security Studies Program Seminars - Spring 2017

Pye Room, E40-496 : 12:00-1:30p.m.

February 8
"Can We Prevent Civil War Recurrence?"
Charles Call, American University

February 15
"Hidden in Plain Sight: Escalation Control and the Covert Side of the Vietnam War"
Austin Carson, The University of Chicago

March 1
"Authoritarian Audiences and Government Rhetoric in International Crises: Evidence from China"
Jessica Chen Weiss, Cornell University

March 8
"United States Central Command Strategy and United States Marine Corps Warfighting in the Middle East"
Lieutenant General William Beydler, Marine Corps Forces Central Command

March 15
"Escalation Challenges in East Asia"
William Norris, Texas A&M

April 5
"Triggering Crises: Explaining the Onset and Political Escalation of Militarized Inter-State Crises in South Asia"
Sameer Lalwani, Stimson Center

April 12
"Costly Conversations: Obstacles to Peace Talks in Interstate Conflicts"
Oriana Mastro, Georgetown University

April 26
"America's Military and the Rise of Guardian Forces"
Paula Thornhill, Rand Corporation

May 3
"Making the Unipolar Moment: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Rise of the Post-Cold War Order"
Hal Brands, John Hopkins University