Fellows at Work and on the Move
Philipp Bleek (Project on Managing the Atom (MTA)/International Security Program (ISP) 2009-10), began a new position as assistant professor at the Monterey Institute of International Studies in California.
Diana Buttu (Dubai Initiative) was a guest at Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs in November with Alvaro de Soto, a Peruvian diplomat and international mediator. Their conversation, “Negotiating for Palestine,” was part of a series that engages high level figures in international politics.
Caty Clément (ISP/Intrastate Conflict Program 2004-05) is a faculty member at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy and heads its Conflict and Peacebuilding Program (COPE). COPE focuses on civilian and security aspects.
David Ekbladh (ISP 2009-10), assistant professor of history at Tufts University, won two awards for his book The Great American Mission: the 2010 Phi Alpha Theta Best First Book Award and the 2011 Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations Stuart L. Bernath Book Prize for best first book in American foreign relations.
A study by ISP Senior Fellow Chuck Frielich, titled "The Armageddon Scenario: Israel and the Threat of Nuclear Terrorism,” has led to the establishment of an international team based at the Institute for Counter Terrorism at the Herzlia Interdisciplinary Center in Israel.
In early February, Kelly Greenhill (ISP) provided a briefing to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security based on her book, Weapons of Mass Migration: Forced Displacement, Coercion and Foreign Policy.
ISP Research Fellows Patrick Johnston, Rosemary Kelanic, and Peter Krause and former ISP Research Fellow Aaron Rapport (2009–2010) were among the eight outstanding graduate students in security studies invited to present their research at the 11th Annual News Faces Conference.
Assaf Moghadam (Associate, ISP/Initiative on Religion in International Affairs (RIIA) 2009-10; research fellow ISP/RIIA 2007-09; research fellow ISP 2004-06) is now senior lecturer and associate professor with the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy at the Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya (Israel).
Thomas Nichols (ISP/MTA) spoke in Berlin on NATO nuclear weapons and missile defense to the Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, and to the Heinrich Boll Foundation.
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