Past Wednesday Seminars

Past Wednesday Seminars

Mar 11, 2020

Talk canceled, please see new talk for this date

Robert Johnson

Oxford University

12-1:30 E40-496, Lucian Pye Conference Room

Wednesday Seminars

Mar 11, 2020

The Strategic Challenge of Society-centric Warfare

Jonathan (Yoni) Shimshoni

Visiting Fellow and Research Affiliate, MIT Security Studies Program

12-1:30 E40-496, Lucian Pye Conference Room

Wednesday Seminars

Mar 4, 2020

The Revolution That Failed: Nuclear Competition, Arms Control, and the Cold War

Brendan Green

University of Cincinnati

12-1:30 E40-496, Lucian Pye Conference Room

Wednesday Seminars

Feb 26, 2020

New Technologies and Norms of War: Submarines and Poison Gas in World War I

Jennifer Erickson

Associate Professor, Boston College

12-1:30 E40-496, Lucian Pye Conference Room

Wednesday Seminars

Feb 12, 2020
Feb 5, 2020

The Effectiveness of a Quasi-Voluntary Regime: Cybersecurity for U.S. Critical Infrastructure

Chappell Lawson

Associate Professor of Political Science, MIT

12-1:30 E40-496, Lucian Pye Conference Room

Wednesday Seminars

Dec 4, 2019

A World Safe for Autocracy? China’s Rise and the Future of Global Politics

Jessica Chen Weiss

Cornell University

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

Wednesday Seminars

Nov 20, 2019

Blowback and Escalation Risks from the US Weaponization of Finance

Cynthia Roberts

Hunter College, CUNY

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

Wednesday Seminars

Nov 13, 2019

Killer Robots Killing the Rule of Law?

Mary Ellen O'Connell

University of Notre Dame

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

Wednesday Seminars

Nov 6, 2019

Autocratic Diffusion and Great Power Politics

Seva Gunitsky

University of Toronto

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

Wednesday Seminars

Oct 30, 2019

How to Enlarge NATO: The Debate Inside the Clinton Administration, 25 Years On

Mary Sarotte

Johns Hopkins University

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

Wednesday Seminars

Oct 23, 2019

The War Scare That Wasn’t: Able Archer 83 and the Myths of the Second Cold War

Simon Miles

Duke University

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

Wednesday Seminars

Oct 2, 2019

Wargaming "War Games": How Likely is Thermonuclear Cyber War?

Jacquelyn Schneider

Stanford University

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

Wednesday Seminars

Sep 25, 2019

Great expectations or nothing to lose? Socio-economic correlates of joining the Islamic State

Steffen Hertog

London School of Economics and Political Science

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

Wednesday Seminars

Sep 18, 2019

International Order and the Persistence of War

Bear Braumoeller

Ohio State University

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

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

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