Spring 2018

International Relations

The International Relations Faculty Colloquium is co-sponsored with the Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance. Faculty leader is Andrew Moravcsik. Staff coordinator is Patricia Trinity (ptrinity@princeton.edu).

Location: Bowl 016, Robertson Hall

Time: Mondays, 12:15-1:20pm




February 5, 2018

Liesbet Hooghe,

University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

Europe’s crises and the emergence of a transnational cleavage

February 12, 2018

Alexei Abrahams, Princeton University/NCGG Fellow

Not a Cycle of Violence: An Episodic Analysis of The Israel-Gaza Conflict

February 19, 2018 

Peter J. Katzenstein, Cornell University

Protean Power: Exploring the Unexpected and Unpredictable in World Politics

February 26, 2018

Volha Charnysh, Princeton University/NCGG Fellow

Migration, Diversity, and Economic Development: Long-run Effects of post-WWII Displacement

March 5, 2018

Raphael Cunha, Princeton University/NCGG Fellow

Financial Globalization and Democracy: Foreign Investors, Domestic Investors, and Electoral Uncertainty in the Emerging Markets

March 12, 2018

Nicholas Sambanis, University of Pennsylvania

Violence Exposure and Ethnic Identification: Evidence from Kashmir

March 26, 2018

Sigrun Kahl, Yale University/NCGG Fellow

Just Deserts: The Moral Economy of Public Assistance in Europe and the United States

April 2, 2018

Marina Duque, Princeton University/NCGG & Department of Politics Fellow

Recognizing International Status: A Relational Approach

April 9, 2018

Thomas Risse, Freie Universität Berlin

Governance Under Anarchy? Effective and Legitimate in Areas of Limited Statehood

April 16, 2018

Ranjit Lall, Princeton University/NCGG Fellow

The Financial Consequences of Assessing International Organizations

April 23, 2018

Richard Nielsen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


April 30, 2018 

Helen V. Milner, Princeton University 

Technology Diffusion and the International System