Columbia University International Politics Seminar
The Columbia University International Politics Seminars (CUIPS) provides an essential forum for faculty and graduate students to meet and discuss cutting-edge research in international relations. The mission of this seminar series is to bring the country's foremost junior faculty in international relations to present their work at Columbia. The series also creates multiple opportunities for graduate students to meet and discuss their research with invited speakers. CUIPS is sponsored by ISERP, the Department of Political Science, and the Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies.
1/26 - Joanne Gowa (Princeton) presents "Requiem for the Democratic Peace"
2/2 - Michael Horowitz (Penn) presents "Labor, Capital, and Public Attitudes: The Case of Autonomous Weapon Systems"
3/2 - Paul Staniland (Chicago) presents "Democratic Accountability and Foreign Policy: Theory and Evidence from India"
4/13 - Judy Goldstein (Stanford) presnets "Opening Markets: Rules, Norms and Bargaining in Trade Treaties"
4/20 - Kelly Greenhill (Tufts) presents "Whispers of War, Mongers of Fear: Extra-factual Sources of Threat Conception and Proliferation"