Security Studies Program Seminars - Fall 2015
Pye Room, E40-496 : 12:00-1:30p.m.
"A Social Science Guide to the Iraq Conflict: Discussion of a Work in Progress"
Roger Petersen, MIT
“Lethal Force and National Security: A Case Study at the Intersection of Policy, Law, and Technological Change”
Robert Chesney, University of Austin, Texas
“How the Wizards of Armageddon Became the High Priests of the Cult of the Irrelevant: (Hint: They Followed Economics Into an Intellectual Dead-end)”
Mike Desch, University of Notre Dame
“The Rise of Geekpolitik: How Cyber Impacts Geopolitics and International Security”
Chris Bronk, University of Houston, College of Technology
"The Current National Security Challenges of Israel"
Efraim Inbar, Bar-Ilan University
“Explaining the Vietnam War”
Fred Logevall, Harvard University
“Assessing NATO’s Role in the Ukraine-Russia Crisis”
Sean Kay, Ohio Wesleyan University
"Recklessness or Restraint? Nuclear Weapons and Conventional War in Asia"
Joshua Rovner, Southern Methodist University
Cindy Jebb, West Point