Wednesday Seminars

The SSP Wednesday Seminar Series runs from 12 to 1:30PM in E40-496, Lucian Pye Conference Room every Wednesday during the Spring and Fall semesters. All talks are open to the public.




September 14 Lyle Goldstein
US Naval War College
Meeting China Halfway: How to Defuse the Emerging US-China Rivalry
September 21 Morgan L. Kaplan
Harvard University
Strategies of Insurgent Diplomacy: Evidence from the Iraqi Kurdish Liberation Movement
September 28 Jeffrey Friedman
Probability Assessment and National Security Decision Making: Experimental Evidence from National Security Professionals
October 5 Jon Lindsay
University of Toronto, Munk School
Restrained by Design: Cyber Security and the Attenuation of War
October 19 Clark McCauley
Bryn Mawr
Countering Violent Extremism (CVE): The Two-Pyramids Model of Radicalization
October 26 Yuhki Tajima

How Wartime Unit Cohesion Explains Postwar Patronage: Evidence from Former Insurgents in Aceh, Indonesia

November 2 Matthew Fuhrmann
When Do Leaders Free-Ride? The Case of Military Alliances
November 9 Jacques deLisle
University of Pennsylvania
November 16 Karen Yarhi-Milo
Who Fights for Reputation in International Politics? Leaders, Resolve, and the Use of Force
November 30 Sarah Daly
Notre Dame
Coercion and Politics: Citizen Support for Political Actors with Violent Pasts