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Andrew Berlin Family National Security Research Fund Workshop (Invitation Only)
March 31, 2017 –
11 a.m. The Curious Case of South Korea: Testing Competing Models of Nuclear Reversal (Whitney Baillie, PhD Student, SU Department of Political
11:45 a.m. Civilian Coups: Militarized Parties and Politicized Militaries in Post-Colonial Iraq and Syria (Drew H. Kinney, Ph.D. Student, SU Department of
1:00 p.m. Institutionalizing the Inclusion of Women in Peace and Security (Catriona Standfield, Ph.D. Candidate, SU Department of Political Science)
1:45 p.m. Networks of Meaning and Domestic Right-Wing Violence: White Supremacist Responses to Immigration Reform in the U.S. (Jason
Blessing & Elise Roberts, Ph.D. students,SU Department of Political Science)