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Wednesday, October 21, 2015 at 7:00pm in ASEAN
Human Security Lecture: "A Greater Measure of Justice: Reflections on the Women, Peace and Security Agenda," by Dr. Kimberly Theidon, Henry J. Leir Professor in International Humanitarian Studies
Award Ceremony: Presentation of the inaugural Henry J. Leir Human Security Award to Dr. Maria J. Stephan, F02, FG05
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What factors affect state legitimacy in conflict-affected or fragile states, and how do researchers communicate these findings with policy makers in ways that enhance the likelihood of their use in policy decision-making?
As Russia continues its air campaign in Syria, I discussed the potential for conflict between the U.S. and Russian militaries with Bloomberg Surveillance. Despite Putin’s claim to target Syrian rebels, he is simultaneously supporting Assad. The U.S. must be aware of Russia’s disingenuous intentions and false attempts to gain trust from the West. I [...]
As I wrote for Foreign Policy, China’s aggressive construction of artificial islands in the South China Sea—at current count more than 3,000 acres worth—is akin to building hundreds of unsinkable aircraft carriers. Here’s an excerpt:
The Great Wall, as President Richard Nixon so elegantly said on his first trip to Beijing [...]