Past Wednesday Seminars

Past Wednesday Seminars

May 1, 2019

Toward New Histories of the Tet Offensive: Fifty Years Later

Lien-Hang Nguyen

Columbia University

12:00-1:30pm Building E40-496 (Pye Room)

Wednesday Seminars

Apr 24, 2019

Soldiers' Hearts: The Changing Cost of War-Induced Psychological Trauma

Tanisha Fazal

University of Minnesota

12:00-1:30pm Building E40-496 (Pye Room)

Wednesday Seminars

Apr 10, 2019

Restraining Great Powers: Soft Balancing From Empires to the Global Era

T.V.Paul

McGill University

12:00-1:30pm Building E40-496 (Pye Room)

Wednesday Seminars

Apr 3, 2019

Small Wars, Big Data: The Information Revolution in Modern Conflict

Jacob Shapiro

Princeton University

12:00-1:30pm Building E40-496 (Pye Room)

Wednesday Seminars

Mar 20, 2019

Cyberspace Strategy and Great Power Competition

Emily Goldman

12:00-1:30pm Building E40-496 (Pye Room)

Wednesday Seminars

Mar 13, 2019

Planning to Fail: The US Wars in Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan

James Lebovic

The George Washington University

12:00-1:30pm Building E40-496 (Pye Room)

Wednesday Seminars

Mar 6, 2019

Israeli National Security: A New Strategy for an Era of Change

Chuck Freilich

Harvard Kennedy School, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

12:00-1:30pm Building E40-496 (Pye Room)

Wednesday Seminars

Feb 27, 2019

Triadic Coercion: Israel's Targeting of States that Host Nonstate Actors

Boaz Atzili

American University

12:00-1:30pm Building E40-496 (Pye Room)

Wednesday Seminars

Feb 6, 2019

Oil and Great Power Strategy

Rosemary Kelanic

University of Notre Dame

12:00-1:30pm Building E40-496 (Pye Room)

Wednesday Seminars

Nov 28, 2018

The Rise and Fall (?) of the Humanitarian Intervention Project

Rajan Menon

City College of New York

12:00-1:30pm Building E40-496 (Pye Room)

Wednesday Seminars

Nov 14, 2018

Russia's Use of Semi-State Security Forces: The Case of the Wagner Group

Kimberly Marten

Barnard College, Columbia University

12:00-1:30pm Building E40-496 (Pye Room)

Wednesday Seminars

Nov 7, 2018

Rules for Rebels: The Science of Victory in Militant History

Max Abrahms

Northeastern University

12:00-1:30pm Building E40-496 (Pye Room)

Wednesday Seminars

Oct 31, 2018

Unrivaled: Why America Will Remain the World's Sole Superpower

Michael Beckley

Tufts University

12:00-1:30pm Building E40-496 (Pye Room)

Wednesday Seminars

Oct 24, 2018

Five Things You'd Want to Know in Explaining Japan's Surrender in 1945

Sheldon Garon

Princeton University

12:00-1:30pm Building E40-496 (Pye Room)

Wednesday Seminars

Oct 17, 2018

Rising Nuclear Threats in a Disrupted World

Lori Murray

Council on Foreign Relations

12:00-1:30pm Building E40-496 (Pye Room)

Wednesday Seminars

Oct 10, 2018

World War I Centenary

Stephen Van Evera

M.I.T

12:00-1:30pm Building E40-496 (Pye Room)

Wednesday Seminars

Oct 3, 2018

Geostructural Realism and the Return of Bipolarity in International Politics

Øystein Tunsjø

Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies, Norwegian Defence University College

12:00-1:30pm Building E40-496 (Pye Room)

Wednesday Seminars

Sep 26, 2018
Sep 12, 2018

Libya's 2011 Uprising: What Really Happened?

Alan J. Kuperman

University of Texas at Austin

12:00-1:30pm Building E40-496 (Pye Room)

Wednesday Seminars

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