Apr 23 @ MIRC UMN Political Science "The hidden impact of treaties on state behavior (or why would the Belgians care what the Bolivians are smoking?)"

MIRC will host Prof. Judith Kelley of Duke on Monday, April 23rd from 3:30-5pm in Lippincott.

We will discuss Prof. Kelley's co-authored paper "The process is the product: The hidden impact of treaties on state behavior (or why would the Belgians care what the Bolivians are smoking?)." Please find the paper attached. Prof. Kelley will give a brief presentation of the paper, followed by discussant remarks provided by Bridget Marchesi.

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

We hope to see many of you there,
MIRC organizers
Minnesota International Relations Colloquium mirc@umn.edu
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