PIPES

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

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Austin Carson on Thurs, April 21

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T. V. Paul on Thurs, April 14

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Olivier Henripin on Thurs, Oct 29th

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Barnard Choi on Thurs, Oct 22nd

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Burak Kadercan on Thurs, Apr 23

Spring 2015 PIPES presents:

 

 “Theorizing Clausewitz: The French Revolution and a (Neoclassical) Realist Theory of ‘Systems Change’”

 

 

Burak Kadercan

US Naval War College

 

Discussant: Chris Ray

 

 

Thursday, April 23rd: 4:30pm-6:30pm

Pick Hall, Room 506

5828 South University Avenue

To access the paper, please contact Kevin Weng at:  kevinw89@uchicago.edu

 

Persons who believe they may need assistance to attend the session should contact Kevin Weng in advance to make arrangements. The PIPES Speakers Series is supported by grants from the Council on Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences and The University of Chicago Division of the Social Sciences.

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Joel Westra on Thurs, March 5

Winter 2015 PIPES presents:

 

 “Institutional Reform of the Post-World War II International Security Order”

 

 

Joel Westra

Calvin College

 

Discussant: Mariya Grinberg

 

 

Thursday, March 5: 4:30pm-6:30pm

Pick Hall, Room 506

5828 South University Avenue

To access the paper, please contact Kevin Weng at:  kevinw89@uchicago.edu

 

Persons who believe they may need assistance to attend the session should contact Kevin Weng in advance to make arrangements. The PIPES Speakers Series is supported by grants from the Council on Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences and The University of Chicago Division of the Social Sciences.

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James Fearon on Thurs, Nov. 6th

Autumn 2014 PIPES presents:

 

 “Cooperation and Conflict Under Anarchy”

 

 

James Fearon

Stanford University

 

Discussant: Kara Ross Camarena

 

 

Thursday, November 6th: 4:30pm-6:30pm

Pick Hall, Room 506

5828 South University Avenue

 

Persons who believe they may need assistance to attend the session should contact Kevin Weng (kevinw89@uchicago.edu) in advance to make arrangements. The PIPES Speakers Series is supported by grants from the Council on Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences and The University of Chicago Division of the Social Sciences.

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Li Chen on Thursday, Oct. 30th

Autumn 2014 PIPES presents:

 

 “Threat Reputation and Its Dual Effect on State Security: Case Study on China’s Response to China Threat Rhetoric”

 

 

Li Chen

University of Chicago

 

Discussant: Gentry Jenkins

 

 

Thursday, October 30th: 4:30pm-6:30pm

Pick Hall, Room 506

5828 South University Avenue

To access the paper, please contact Kevin Weng at:  kevinw89@uchicago.edu

 

Persons who believe they may need assistance to attend the session should contact Kevin Weng in advance to make arrangements. The PIPES Speakers Series is supported by grants from the Council on Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences and The University of Chicago Division of the Social Sciences.

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Henry Nau on Thurs, Oct. 2nd

Autumn 2014 PIPES presents:

 

 “Ideas Cause Circumstances: A ‘Republican’ not ‘Social’ Constructivism”

 

 

Henry Nau

George Washington University, Elliott School of International Affairs

 

Discussant: Matthias Staisch

 

 

Thursday, October 2nd: 4:30pm-6:30pm

Pick Hall, Room 506

5828 South University Avenue

To access the paper, please sign up to the PIPES mailing list by e-mailing Kevin Weng at:  kevinw89@uchicago.edu


At Professor Nau’s request, an addendum to the paper discussing policy implications can be found here: https://www.nationalreview.com/nrd/articles/358318/conservative-internationalism

                                                            

Persons who believe they may need assistance to attend the session should contact Kevin Weng in advance to make arrangements. The PIPES Speakers Series is supported by grants from the Council on Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences and The University of Chicago Division of the Social Sciences.

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Mearsheimer @ PIPES, Thursday, May 23th

The University of Chicago

Program on International Political Economy and Security

Welcomes:

John Mearsheimer, University of Chicago

“Can China Rise Peacefully?”

Discussant:
Jessica Alms

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

Download the paper here.

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