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  • Welcome to the Christopher H. Browne Center for International Politics | Christopher H. Browne Center for International Politics
    of Pennsylvania in 1997 in order to promote interdisciplinary research and teaching across the University community on issues of international relations international security and international political economy Founded with support of Penn alumnus Christopher H Browne C 69 the Center sponsors a regular schedule of visiting speakers awards research grants to Penn faculty and graduate students organizes occasional conferences and hosts a post doctoral fellow as well as distinguished visiting

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  • Christopher H. Browne | Christopher H. Browne Center for International Politics
    financial decision making he served on the faculty of Harvard s John F Kennedy School of Government s program in Investment Decisions and Behavioral Finance In 2006 he authored The Little Book of Value Investing Browne was engaged with Penn for more than 40 years beginning with his days as an undergraduate history major He was elected as a member of the Board of Overseers of the School of Arts and Sciences in 1982 and was named chairman of the board in 1999 a position which he held for a decade He became a member of the University s Board of Trustees in 1991 and a charter trustee in 2001 Browne devoted himself to a host of interests He was an amateur architect and landscape architect and a member of the council of The National Trust for Historic Preservation and the board of directors of the Institute of Classical Architecture He was a trustee at Rockefeller University where he established the Christopher H Browne Center for Immunology and Immune Diseases He was also a member of the New York City Council of the Brookings Institution a board member of the Paley Center for Media in New York and a trustee

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  • BCIP SPEAKER SERIES | Christopher H. Browne Center for International Politics
    2014 2015 Speakers Thursday September 18 2014 Judith Kelley Duke University Title Who Cares Micro Level Evidence of Shaming Through Diplomacy Thursday October 16 2014 Andrew Kydd University of Wisconsin Madison Title TBA Thursday November 20 2014 Francis Gavin Massachusetts Institute of Technology Title TBA Thursday January 15 2015 Songying Fang Rice University Title TBA Thursday January 29 2015 Rose McDermott Brown University Title TBA Thursday March 19 2015 Michael

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  • RESOURCES FOR FACULTY & GRADUATE STUDENT RESEARCH | Christopher H. Browne Center for International Politics
    rolling basis Faculty may apply alone or with graduate student co authors provided that the co authors are enrolled in a graduate degree granting program at the University There are no restrictions on the nationality of applicants and projects are encouraged for research at any location according to the demands of the project proposal The size of the award varies based on the needs of the project and the resources

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  • Activities | Christopher H. Browne Center for International Politics
    series the Browne Center periodically sponsors conferences workshops book talks and other events Check this page for upcoming events UPCOMING BROWNE CENTER ACTIVITIES 2014 2015 Speaker Series Home Speaker Series Activities Conferences Workshops Brown e Bag Lunches Funding Faculty Staff

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  • Faculty & Staff | Christopher H. Browne Center for International Politics
    Science Review International Organization and World Politics and was Program Co Chair for the 2001 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association Contact CV Avery Goldstein Associate Director Avery Goldstein is the David M Knott Professor of Global Politics and International Relations in the Political Science Department at the University of Pennsylvania His research focuses on international relations security studies and Chinese politics He is the author of Rising to the Challenge China s Grand Strategy and International Security Stanford University Press 2005 Deterrence and Security in the 21st Century China Britain France and the Enduring Legacy of the Nuclear Revolution Stanford University Press 2000 and From Bandwagon to Balance of Power Politics Structural Constraints and Politics in China 1949 1978 Stanford University Press 1991 Goldstein is also a Senior Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institue in Philadelphia Contact CV Michaë l Aklin Post Doctoral Fellow Michaël Aklin is Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Pittsburgh During the 2014 15 academic year he will be on leave as a fellow at the Christopher H Browne Center for International Politics University of Pennsylvania He received his PhD in Politics from New York University Previously he obtained a Licence in International Relations from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies University of Geneva Switzerland and an MA in Political Economy from the University of Essex UK He was also a visiting scientist at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research PIK in Germany Michaël s work focuses on international and comparative political economy He is particularly interested in understanding why some countries are able to reduce their vulnerability to major risks such as economic or environmental catastrophes Substantively he has worked on financial crises and environmental issues His papers have appeared or are forthcoming in the

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  • Post-Doctoral Fellowships | Christopher H. Browne Center for International Politics
    Science Department The position pays a stipend of 46 000 The University of Pennsylvania is an EO AA employer and we welcome applications from women and minorities Applications will be reviewed starting February 15 2014 To receive full consideration your application should be received by that date To apply send a C V a research statement a writing sample and three letters of recommendation to Postdoctoral Program Browne Center for International Politics University of Pennsylvania Political Science Department 223 Stiteler Hall 208 S 37th St Philadelphia PA 19104 6215 Post Doctoral Fellow David Hsu dthsu sas upenn edu website http davidthsu com David s research within International Relations focuses on the causes and consequences of economic security linkages North South issues in trade and migration and global efforts to curb illicit financial flows As a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Christopher H Browne Center for International Politics he is working on a book manuscript Against Business as Usual Foreign Economic Relations in the Shadow of Emergency Powers which examines the effects of security shocks on transnational flows of money goods and people David received his Ph D in Politics from Princeton University 2012 and B A from Duke University Former Post

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  • Rena & Angelius Anspach Lecture | Christopher H. Browne Center for International Politics
    technologies for war politics ethics and law in the 21st century Described as An exhaustively researched book enlivened by examples from popular culture by the Associated Press and awesome by Jon Stewart of the Daily Show Wired for War made the New York Times non fiction bestseller list in its first week of release It was named a non fiction Book of the Year by The Financial Times and featured at venues as diverse as all three US military academies the US Congress the National Student Leadership Conference and the royal court of the United Arab Emirates The book has also been made an official reading with organizations that range from National Defense University US Air Force US Navy to the Royal Australian Navy Prior to his current position Dr Singer was the founding director of the Project on U S Policy Towards the Islamic World in the Saban Center at Brookings He has also worked for the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard University the Balkans Task Force in the U S Department of Defense and the International Peace Academy Singer received his Ph D in government from Harvard University and a B A from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University PAST ANSPACH LECTURES 2012 2013 U S Foreign Policy and the Responsibility to Protect Anne Marie Slaughter Princeton University Spring 2012 Transformation in the Middle East Libya Syria and Beyond Fawaz Gerges London School of Economics View the lecture here 2010 Half the Sky Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide Sheryl WuDunn best selling author business executive lecturer and first Asian American to win a Pulitzer Prize 2009 Descent into Chaos the United States the Failure of National Building in Pakistan Afghanistan and Central Asia Ahmed Rashid journalist

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