PIPES

The Program on International Politics, Economics, and Security at the University of Chicago

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Feaver @ PIPES, Thursday, Oct. 24

The University of Chicago

Program on International Political Economy and Security

Presents:

Peter Feaver, Duke University

“How the Military Can Influence American Public Opinion”

Discussant:

Stephanie Kelley

PIPES meets from 4:30-6:30pm in PICK 506, 5828 S. University Avenue.
Please direct any comments or questions about PIPES to Kevin Weng at kevinw89@uchicago.edu

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Borzyskowski @ PIPES, Thursday, Oct. 3rd

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Jones & Johnston @ PIPES, Thursday, January 17th

The University of Chicago

Program on International Political Economy and Security

Welcomes:

Seth Jones, Johns Hopkins University

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Patrick Johnston, Rand Corporation

“The Rise of Al Qa’ida Insurgencies”

Discussant:

Chris Price

PIPES meets from 4:30-6:30pm in PICK 506, 5828 S. University Avenue.
Please direct any comments or questions about PIPES to David Benson at dbenson at uchicago.edu

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Bornholz @ PIPES, Thursday, January 10th

The University of Chicago

Program on International Political Economy and Security

Welcomes:

Robert Bornholz PIPES – University of Chicago

“United States Grand Strategy and China”

Discussant:
Murphy Evers

PIPES meets from 4:30-6:30pm in PICK 506, 5828 S. University Avenue.
Please direct any comments or questions about PIPES to David Benson at dbenson at uchicago.edu

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Archive: Levinson, November 10th, “Who Let the Dogs Out: Domestic Non-Governmental Organizations and U.S. Foreign Policy”

Chad Levinson, University of Chicago

“Who Let the Dogs Out: Domestic Non-Governmental Organizations and U.S. Foreign Policy”

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Levinson @ PIPES, Thursday, November 10th

The University of Chicago

Program on International Political Economy and Security

Welcomes:

Chad Levinson, University of Chicago

“Who Let the Dogs Out: Domestic Non-Governmental Organizations and U.S. Foreign Policy”

Discussant:
John Thomas

PIPES meets from 4:30-6:30pm in PICK 506, 5828 S. University Avenue.
Please direct any comments or questions about PIPES to David Benson at dbenson at uchicago.edu

The Paper has been distributed over the PIPES mailing list.

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Archive: Ishida, October 27th, “Redistributive Incentive in Party Competition over Foreign Policy Choice: A Two-level Game Approach to National Defense Spending Decisions”

Atsushi Ishida, University of Chicago

“Redistributive Incentive in Party Competition over Foreign Policy Choice: A Two-level Game Approach to National Defense Spending Decisions”

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