International Relations Faculty Colloquium with Faisal Z. Ahmed, "Aiding Political Violence: The consequences of U.S. aid
Location:Robertson Hall Bowl 016
Department:Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance
Audience:Restricted to Princeton graduate students, faculty, and fellows
This session of the IR Faculty Colloquium is co-sponsored by the Department of Politics and Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance.
The Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance (NCGG) continues for the 12th year to sponsor the International Relations Faculty Colloquium. This weekly colloquium is well attended by faculty and both undergraduate and graduate students from various academic departments including Politics, Economics and the Woodrow Wilson School. These meetings have given faculty and graduate students the opportunity to meet and discuss with many scholars doing interesting research in comparative politics and international relations. It was become a catalyst for intellectual discussions, linking cross-disciplinary faculty and undergraduate and graduate students through its weekly colloquium series.
To lead off this year's sessions, Faisal Z. Ahmed, Assistant Professor of Politics at Princeton University will present a talk entitled, 'Aiding Political Violence: The consequences of U.S. aid. Ahmed's research and teaching interests focus on political economy and international politics. He is currently on-leave as a National Fellow at the Hoover Institution.