Recognition Theory in Humanitarian Intervention
Lindemann, Thomas (2016-10-06)
This presentation will show the limits of utilitarian models for the comprehension of war and humanitarian intervention and defend the idea that behind the concepts of interest are hidden logics of (non-)recognition between ...
Predicting the Length of Interstate Wars: A Model with Forecasts
Bennett, D. Scott (2004-01-20)
D. Scott Bennett is currently associate professor of political science at Penn State, where he specializes in international conflict, and specifically how military adversaries transform long periods of conflict into periods ...
Threat perception and Unilateralism in American Foreign Policy After the End of the Cold War
Fanis, Maria (2004-02-04)
Maria Fanis (Ph.D., Michigan) came to Mershon after two years as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Cornell. Her main research agenda focuses on the role religion, public morality, and economic interests on decisions ...
The Iraq War: A Military History
Murray, Williamson (2004-04-22)
Dr. Williamson Murray is a Senior Fellow at the Institute of Defense Analysis. He received his Ph.D. (after service in the U.S. Air Force) in military-diplomatic history at Yale University. Dr. Murray has taught at Yale, ...
Chechnya Diary: A War Correspondent’s Story of Surviving the War in Chechnya
Goltz, Thomas (2003-10-29)
A self-styled “Post-Sovietologist,” Goltz has been writing and speaking about the former Soviet Union since its collapse in 1991. His articles have appeared in publications as diverse as the Washington Post, New York ...
This Just In: War Has Almost Ceased to Exist
Mueller, John (2005-01-20)
John Mueller holds the Woody Hayes Chair of National Security Studies at the Mershon Center and is professor of Political Science, at Ohio State University, where he teaches courses in international relations.
Just Deserts in Iraq: Vengeance for 9/11 and American Public Support for the Iraq War
Liberman, Peter (2008-01-24)
Peter Liberman has taught at Queens College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York since 1998. He is the author of Does Conquest Pay? The Exploitation of Occupied Industrial Societies (Princeton, ...
Legal Support in Wartime: Reflections of a Judge Advocate
Warren, Marc (2008-02-11)
Marc Warren was appointed as Deputy Chief Counsel for Operations at the Federal Aviation Administration in November 2007. He assists the Chief Counsel in overseeing all aspects of the FAA’s legal activities with ...
The Changing Nature of the Afghan-Pakistan War
Cordesman, Anthony (2008-05-14)
Anthony Cordesman holds the Arleigh A. Burke Chair in Strategy at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. He is also a national security analyst for ABC News. His analysis has been featured prominently ...
Grand Strategic Folly
Mearsheimer, John (2011-04-13)
Mearsheimer discussed how when the Cold War ended in 1989, there was much optimism about the future of international politics, and especially America's ability to lead the world toward the millennium. Two decades later, ...