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International Security and Resilience

As U.S. and Western dominance continues to fade, international security meets new challenges of accommodating rising powers and resolving disputes in a number of areas. This area studies new conflicts and modes of warfare and new techniques of security – such as building civil and societal resilience.

 

Affiliated Faculty

Max Abrahms: Assistant Professor, Political Science

Mai’a Davis Cross: Assistant Professor, Political Science / International Affairs

Anthony Jones: Associate Professor, Sociology & Anthropology / International Affairs

Gretchen Heefner: Assistant Professor, History

Mitchell Orenstein: Chair and Professor, Political Science

William F.S. Miles: Professor, Political Science

Kirsten Rodine-Hardy: Assistant Professor, Political Science

Gordana Rabrenovic: Associate Professor, Sociology & Anthropology

Nikos Passas: Professor, Criminology & Criminal Justice