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ViEWS brownbag series
Projecting Conflict under a Changing Climate: an Artificial Intelligence Application (co-authors: Gabriele Accarino, Maria Luisa Gabrielli, Edoardo Arnaudo, Malcom Mistry).
On 12 December, Associate Professor Michael Weintraub will give a lecture on ‘Militarized Policing in Cali, Colombia’.
On 12 December, Senior Researcher Sebastian Schutte will give a lecture on “Reactive Conflict Dynamics”.
The Water Taboo: Restraining the Weaponisation of Water in International Conflict
Why do nation states in conflict with one another refrain from weaponising water? Water has long been a standard weapon of armed conflict. In the post-World War II period, however, nation states in international conflict have made concerted efforts to restrain its weaponisation.
Settling the Scales: Justice in International Environmental Negotiations and Beyond
Book launch: Iran and Saudi Arabia: Taming a Chaotic Conflict
Hostile relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia are partially responsible for the political instability plaguing the Middle East. The book argues that, in contrast to conventional wisdom that the rift is primordial and inevitable, driven by sectarian tension, rapprochement between Riyadh and Tehran is possible and it sets out a realistic agenda for managing their intractable conflict.
Preferences Under Pressure: Conflict, Threat Cues and Willingness to Compromise