THE AFGHANISTAN PAPERS: A SECRET HISTORY OF THE WAR

Thursday, October 21, 2021

11:00am - 12:00pm Webinar

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The Myth of the Nuclear Revolution: Keir Lieber and Daryl Press

Moderator: Dale Copeland

December 2, 2021 

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  • Thursday, October 21, 2021

    11:00am - 12:00pm Webinar

    Statecraft Series: View Event

  • The Myth of the Nuclear Revolution: Keir Lieber and Daryl Press

    Moderator: Dale Copeland

    December 2, 2021 

    Register

Constitutional Crises at Home and Abroad

View Event Recording - Join the Democratic Statecraft Lab and the Miller Center's panel of experts on law, international affairs, and political science analyze constitutional crises in the United States, comparing them to the experiences of other countries. The scholars will tackle important questions: What is a constitutional crisis? Has the United States experienced one recently? What are the triggers or warning signs of a constitutional crisis?

NATO and the Future of U.S. Alliances

 

This event will examine the future of U.S. alliances and challenges to NATO . Panelists will discuss whether NATO can serve as a model for other U.S. alliance networks in the future. As America’s foreign policy landscape continues to evolve in response to China, Russia, and other challenges, this discussion will be placed within the broader context of the new Biden Administration’s likely vision of America’s role in the world.

Partisan Preferences Versus the Constitution: Findings from a Survey Experiment in Turkey

Enforcing constitutional law is difficult. The constitution, after all, is a mere piece of paper and the government it seeks to constrain is infinitely more powerful than the citizens it seeks to protect. Against this backdrop, many have nonetheless observed that the task of enforcing a constitution against a government predisposed to ignore it is not entirely hopeless when ordinary citizens oppose constitutional violations and are willing to make their voice heard.

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Alliance Participation, Treaty Depth, and Military Spending

International Studies Quarterly

What's the link between alliance participation and military spending? Lab post-doc Josh Alley takes a deep dive explaining how treaty depth impacts spending. Image from shutterstock.

Q&A: Long-term foreign policy effects of a chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan

UVA Today

Lab faculty Todd Sechser (director), Dale Copeland and John Owen tackle the geopolitical concerns of the situation in Afghanistan. 

Why Physical Barriers Backfire: How Immigration Enforcement Deters Return and Increases Asylum Applications

Comparative Political Studies

Post Doctoral Research Associate Justin Schon and Lab Faculty David Leblang publish new article. Image via shutterstock. 

Can a New Iran Nuclear Deal be Made?

Newsradio WINA

Lab Director Todd Sechser shares his expertise with Les Sinclair at Newsradio WINA.

Nuclear Threats and International Security

UVA Club of Richmond

View lab director Todd Sechser's recorded talk on Addressing Nuclear Weapons and International Threats for the UVA Club of Richmond.

Climate, violence, and Honduran migration to the United States

Brookings

Research by lab faculty David Leblang and his partner at Duke University, Sarah Bermeo. Image: Santo Domingo Ingenio, Oaxaca/Mexico - Nov.