- Date: –13:30
- Location: Sal 2, Gamla Torget 3
- Lecturer: Peter Krause, Associate Professor of Political Science, Boston College
- Organiser: Department of Peace and Conflict Research
- Contact person: Chiara Ruffa
On 4 April, Peter Krause, Associate Professor of Political Science, Boston College, will hold a lecture on "To which victor go the spoils: Explaining which factions take power after regime change". The Speaker Series lectures are open to the public. Most welcome!
Peter Krause’s research focuses on international security, Middle East politics, terrorism and political violence, and national movements. His work has been published, among others, in International Security, Security Studies, Comparative Politics and Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. His book Rebel Power: Why national Movements Compete, Fight, and Win was published by the Cornell Studies in Security Affairs series with Cornell University Press in 2017. His co-edited volume Coercion: The Power to Hurt in International Politics was just published with Oxford University Press. Peter is a research affiliate with the MIT Security Studies Program and was formerly a Research Fellow at the Crown Center for Middle East Studies of Brandeis University, as well as a Research Fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs of the Harvard Kennedy School.