Security Studies Program Seminars - Fall 2016
Pye Room, E40-496 : 12:00-1:30p.m.
"Meeting China Halfway: How to Defuse the Emerging US-China Rivalry"
Lyle Goldstein, US Naval War College
“Strategies of Insurgent Diplomacy: Evidence from the Iraqi Kurdish Liberation Movement”
Morgan L. Kaplan, Harvard University
“Probability Assessment and National Security Decision Making: Experimental Evidence from National Security Professionals”
Jeffrey Friedman, Dartmouth University
“Restrained by Design: Cyber Security and the Attenuation of War”
Jon Lindsay, University of Toronto, Munk School
"Countering Violent Extremism (CVE): The Two-Pyramids Model of Radicalization"
Clark McCauley, Bryn Mawr
“How Wartime Unit Cohesion Explains Postwar Patronage: Evidence from Former Insurgents in Aceh, Indonesia”
Yuhki Tajima, Georgetown
“When Do Leaders Free-Ride? The Case of Military Alliances”
Matthew Fuhrmann, Dartmouth
Jacques deLisle, University of Pennsylvania
"Who Fights for Reputation in International Politics? Leaders, Resolve, and the Use of Force"
Karen Yarhi-Milo, Princeton
"Coercion and Politics: Citizen Support for Political Actors with Violent Pasts"
Sarah Daly, Notre Dame