Robert Pape on "Syria and Moral Logic of Humanitarian Intervention"

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  • Date/Time:
    • Tuesday October 1, 2013
      9:35 am - 10:55 am
  • Location: Georgia Tech Student Center, Room 320
  • Phone: (520) 440-0807
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  • Email: william.foster@inta.gatech.edu
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Dr. Robert A. Pape is Professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago where he directs the Chicago Project on Security and Terrorism. Dr. Pape's past work has focused on the use of coercive air power, the effectiveness of sanctions, the causes of suicide terrorism, and the politics of unipolarity. The Chicago Project on Security and Terrorism supports broad-based, original research on terrorism and international security. For more information see: http://cpost.uchicago.edu

The Chicago Project supports research on projects related to core international security challenges facing the United States and the international community. The two main projects supported by CPOST deal with power and foreign policy, and grand strategy of the Middle East.

Professor Pape's talk is sponsored by the General Ray Davis Endowment Fund.  

To learn more about the fund go to: http://cistp.gatech.edu/programs/regional-security-challenges/general-ray-davis-endowment-fund




 

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Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy (CISTP)

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General Ray Davis Endowment Fund, Robert A. Pape, Syria, terrorism, University of Chicago
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  • Created On: Sep 4, 2013 - 12:48am
  • Last Updated: Oct 7, 2016 - 10:04pm