Students in the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA) presented their research on the international landscape during the Third Annual NPSIA Trends in International Affairs Conference entitled “Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow: 50 Years of International Affairs at Carleton University.”
Their topics included:
- Ted Gurr and Ukraine: Applying Relative Deprivation Theory to the Ukrainian Conflict,
- The Economics of Regime Design,
- Primed for Violence? Gender Inequality and Intrastate Conflict in Colombia, and
- Balance of Power in Civil-Military Relations: The Concordance Game and Turkish Interventions by Memoranda, 1997 and 2007.
Videos of their presentations were presented in in a recent iAffairs Canada article.
The conference’s keynote address was delivered by Ms. Alexandra Bugailiskis, an Associate Deputy Minister for Europe, the Middle East and the Maghreb at Global Affairs Canada, and part of the Faculty of Public Affairs 75 for the 75th project.
The conference was part of FPA Research Month, which ran from February 24-March 31 this year.
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