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Fall 2014 Schedule

Location: Bowl 016, Robertson Hall
Time: Monday, 12:15

September 15

Dani Rodrik,
Institute for Advanced Study
The Weak Case for Global Economic Governance

 

   

September 22

Faisal Z. Ahmed,
Princeton University
Geopolitics and the Aiding of Political Violence

 

   

Tuesday, September 30

Jack Snyder,
Columbia University
Better Now Than Later: The Paradox of 1914 as Everyone’s Favored Year for War

 

   

October 6

Navid Hassanpour,
NCGG Fellow, Princeton University
Hushed Dissent: Online Political Dialogue under Competitive Authoritarianism

 

   

October 13

Florian M. Hollenbach,
NCGG Fellow, Princeton University
Autocracy, Inequality and Tax Capacity: Evidence from 19th Century Prussia

 

   

October 20

Allen Buchanan,
Duke University
Robert Keohane,
Princeton University
International Institutional Regulation Of Lethal Drones

 

   

November 3

Randall Henning,
American University
Tangled Governance: International Regime Complexity in the Euro Crisis (Co-sponsor: European Union Program)

 

   

November 10

Kenneth A. Schultz,
Stanford University
TBA

 

   

November 17

Emilie Hafner-Burton,
University of California, San Diego
TBA

 

   

November 24

Hein Goemans,
NCGG Fellow, University of Rochester
TBA

 

   

December 1

David Baldwin,
Princeton University
Power Analysis and International Relations

December 8

Helen Milner,
Princeton University
Dustin Tingley, Harvard University
American Foreign Policy and Domestic Politics: Ideology, Interests and Information


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