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Conflict and Authoritarianism

Comparative Politics
Conflict
Democratisation
Foreign Policy
War
P065
André Bank
German Institute of Global And Area Studies
André Bank
German Institute of Global And Area Studies

Friday 17:40 - 19:20 (09/09/2016)

Building: Faculty of Arts Floor: Ground Room: FA001

Abstract

This panel explores the different relationships that exist between authoritarianism at the domestic level and both internal and international conflict. The papers on the panel explores the implications that authoritarianism has for the onset and nature of conflict, as well as the implications that conflict has on the nature of the authoritarian regime.

Title Details
Modernizing Repression: American Police Training Programs and its Connection to Political Authoritarianism in South Vietnam as a Case Study of the Cold War View Paper Details
Threat and Fear of Reversion: The Rise of Hitler, Putin's Russia, and ISIS View Paper Details
Syria as a Case Study of an Authoritarian Regime Undergoing Conflict View Paper Details
Diffusion, Learning, and Cooperation in Managing Transnational Conflicts View Paper Details