Past Wednesday Seminars

Past Wednesday Seminars

Mar 22, 2017

Getting Religion Right Redux: Hypotheses on Religion and Civil War

Monica Toft

Tufts University

12:00-1:30pm E40-496 Pye Room

Wednesday Seminars

Mar 15, 2017

To Fly, Flight, and Win: The USAF’s Enduring Faith in Strategic Bombing

Phil Haun

U.S. Naval War College

12-1:30 E40-496 Pye Room

Wednesday Seminars

Mar 8, 2017

United States Central Command Strategy and United States Marine Corps Warfighting in the Middle East

Lieutenant General William Beydler

Marine Corps Forces Central Command

12:00-1:30pm E40-496 Pye Room

Wednesday Seminars

Feb 15, 2017

Hidden in Plain Sight: Escalation Control and the Covert Side of the Vietnam War

Austin Carson

The University of Chicago

12:00-1:30pm E40-496 Pye Room

Wednesday Seminars

Feb 8, 2017

Can We Prevent Civil War Recurrence?

Charles Call

American University

12:00-1:30pm E40-496 Pye Room

Wednesday Seminars

Nov 30, 2016
Nov 16, 2016
Nov 9, 2016

Beyond Expectation and Surprise: Neural Prediction Error in Inadvertent Diplomatic and Military Escalation

Nicholas Wright

University of Birmingham & Carnegie Endowment

12:00-1:30pm E40-496

Wednesday Seminars

Nov 2, 2016

When Do Leaders Free-Ride? The Case of Military Alliances

Matthew Fuhrmann

Texas A&M; currently visiting Associate Professor at Stanford University

12:00-1:30pm E40-496

Wednesday Seminars

Oct 19, 2016
Oct 5, 2016

Restrained by Design: Cyber Security and the Attenuation of War

Jon Lindsay

University of Toronto, Munk School

12:00-1:30pm E40-496

Wednesday Seminars

Sep 21, 2016
Sep 14, 2016

Meeting China Halfway: How to Defuse the Emerging US-China Rivalry

Lyle Goldstein

U.S. Naval War College

12:00-1:30pm E40-496

Wednesday Seminars