COERCION IN INTERNATIONAL POLITICS
Kelly Greenhill and Peter Krause are the editors of Coercion: The Power to Hurt in International Politics (Oxford University Press, 2018). From the rising significance of non-state actors to the increasing influence of regional powers, the nature and conduct of international politics has changed dramatically since the Cold War era. This book examines intra-state, inter-state, and transnational coercion and deterrence as well as both military and non-military instruments of persuasion, thus expanding our understanding of coercion for conflict in the 21st century.
Greenhill and Krause will discuss the book's key findings as well as their implications for ongoing security challenges facing the US today, including insurgencies, cyber attacks, refugee and migration flows, nuclear proliferation, and more.
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Kelly Greenhill's Bio
Kelly M. Greenhill is a professor of political science and international relations at Tufts University and a research fellow at Harvard University. Greenhill is author of the award-winning Weapons of Mass Migration: Forced Displacement, Coercion, and Foreign Policy, and co-author and co-editor of Sex, Drugs, and Body Counts: The Politics of Numbers in Global Crime and Conflict; The Use of Force: Military Power and International Politics, 8th ed.; and Coercion: The Power to Hurt in International Politics. Greenhill is currently completing a new book that explores the influence on international politics of rumors, conspiracy theories, "fake news" and other forms of extra-factual information.
Greenhill’s work has also appeared in an array of peer-reviewed journals and international media outlets, such as the New York Times, BBC, and Foreign Affairs. Her research has been employed in legal briefs in cases argued before the U.S. Supreme Court and in policy briefs and planning guidance for other organs of the government. Outside of academia, Greenhill has served as a consultant to the United Nations and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, the World Bank, and the Ford Foundation; as an analyst for the U.S. Department of Defense; and as an economic policy intern for then Senator John Kerry. Greenhill holds an SM and a PhD from MIT, a CSS from Harvard University, and a BA from UC Berkeley.
Peter Krause Bio
Peter Krause is an Associate Professor of political science at Boston College and a Research Affiliate with the MIT Security Studies Program. His research and writing focuses on Middle East politics, political violence, and national movements. He recently published Rebel Power: Why National Movements Compete, Fight, and Win (Cornell University Press, 2017) and a co-edited volume Coercion: The Power to Hurt in International Politics (Oxford University Press, 2018). He is currently working on projects that analyze which factions take power after regime change and the impact of education on attitudes about terrorism. Krause has conducted extensive fieldwork throughout the Middle East over the past decade. He has offered his analysis of Middle East politics and political violence in the Pentagon and on Capitol Hill, as well as with national and local media. He has a BA from Williams College in political science and history and a PhD in political science from MIT. Krause 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.