MIRC presents "Empathy & the Security Dilemma: Cross-National Experimental Evidence from China & US

Minnesota International Relations Colloquium or MIRC will host Prof. Joshua Kertzer of Harvard on Monday, January 29th from 3:30-5pm in Lippincott.

We will discuss Prof. Kertzer's working paper "Empathy and the Security Dilemma: Cross-National Experimental Evidence from China and the United States." Please email MIRC for copy of his paper. Prof. Kertzer will give a brief presentation of the paper, followed by discussant remarks provided by Matthew Motta.

For a productive discussion, we kindly ask that you make every effort to read the paper ahead of time. As always, coffee will be provided. We hope to see many of you there.

MIRC organizers,
Elif, Samarjit, and Emily
mirc@umn.edu

Joshua D. Kertzer is an Assistant Professor of Government at Harvard University, where he specializes in the intersection of international security, foreign policy, political psychology, and quantitative and experimental methods. His book, Resolve in International Politics, was published in 2016 by Princeton University Press, and received the 2017 Alexander L George Award from the International Society of Political Psychology for the best book published in the field of political psychology. His research has also appeared in a number of journals, including the American Journal of Political Science and International Organization.

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