PIPES

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

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Matthias Staisch on Thurs, Feb 26

Winter 2015 PIPES presents:

 “What Was the Surge? New Evidence Reveals No Systemic Adaptation in U.S. Counterinsurgency Tactics”


Sharad Oberoi

Carnegie Mellon University

Matthias Staisch

University of Chicago

 

Discussant: Kevin Weng

 

 

Thursday, February 26: 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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Mauro & Andrea Gilli on Thurs, Feb 5

Winter 2015 PIPES presents:

 “The Diffusion of Drone Warfare? The Innovation’s Ecosystem Challenge: Industrial, Organizational, and Infrastructural Constraints”

 

Mauro Gilli

Northwestern University

Andrea Gilli

Metropolitan University Prague

 

Discussant: Michael Lopate

 

 

Thursday, February 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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Michaela Mattes on Thurs, Nov. 20th

Autumn 2014 PIPES presents:

 

 “Chipping Away at the Issues: Does a Piecemeal Approach to Dispute Settlement Work?”

 

 

 

Michaela Mattes

UC Berkeley

 

Discussant: Bess Ritter

 

 

Thursday, November 20th: 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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Jonathan Caverley on Thurs, Nov. 13

Autumn 2014 PIPES presents:

 

 “Foreign Military Training and Coup Propensity”

 

 

 

Jonathan Caverley

MIT

 

Discussant: Kevin Weng

 

 

Thursday, November 13th: 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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Matthew Reichert on Thurs, Oct. 23rd

Autumn 2014 PIPES presents:

 

 “An Agent-Based Modeling Approach to Forecasting Rare Events”

 

 

Matthew Reichert

Harvard University

 

Discussant: Jason Ardanowski

 

 

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

Pick Hall, Room 506

5828 South University Avenue

To access the paper, please e-mail 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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Daniel Magruder on Thurs, Oct. 16

Autumn 2014 PIPES presents:

 

 “Counterinsurgency’s Gordian Knot: The Identification Problem”

 

 

Daniel Magruder

 

University of Chicago

 

Discussant: Kathryn Lindquist

 

 

Thursday, October 16th: 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

 

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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Byman @ PIPES, Thurs, Feb 6

The University of Chicago

Program on International Politics, Economics, and Security

Presents:

Daniel Byman, Georgetown University

“Exiting the Ivory Tower”

Discussant:

Morgan Kaplan

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

Download the paper here.

 

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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

Download the paper here.

 

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