Hack for Humanity: Brown University’s First Annual Humanitarian Hackathon
Our research in the security domain focuses on the developmentally-related, non-traditional sources of conflict that have increasingly come to characterize the contemporary era. Current research includes studies on multilateral peacekeeping and security stabilization efforts in Colombia, Liberia and Cote d’Ivoire; multilateral policing and drug control; multilateral nuclear non-proliferation regimes; the management of cyber threats; and new frameworks for understanding the costs of war.
Jennifer Greenburg. 2017. “‘Going back to history’: Haiti and US military humanitarian knowledge production.” Spaces at the Intersection of Militarism and Humanitarianism, eds. Emily Gilbert and Killian McCormick, special issue, Critical Military Studies. doi: 10.1080/23337486.2017.1313380.
Lyle Goldstein – How to Solve the North Korea Crisis: China, Russia, and the U.S.
3 p.m. – 5 p.m.
March 21, 2018 The Boston Globe