Conférence organisée par le Programme Paix et sécurité internationales
Conférencier : Norrin Ripsman, professeur au Département de science politique, Université Concordia
Notice biographique : Dr. Norrin Ripsman's research focuses on foreign policy and international security. His primary research interests include: the domestic sources of foreign security policy, postwar peacemaking, constructing regional stability, the political economy of national security, the utility of economic sanctions and incentives as foreign policy tools, the impact of globalization on national security, the nature of appeasement in the 1930s and the role of the state in neoclassical realism. In examining these issues, Dr. Ripsman has engaged in a number of collaborative studies. He is currently collaborating with Dr. Michael Lipson (Concordia) on a project studying member independence within international institutions.