Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Boston College
Research Fellow, Belfer Center, Harvard Kennedy School
Research Affiliate, MIT Security Studies Program
Peter Krause is an assistant professor of political science at Boston College and a Research Affiliate with the MIT Security Studies Program. His research and writing focuses on Middle East politics, terrorism and political violence, and national movements. His new book Rebel Power: Why National Movements Compete, Fight, and Win was just published with Cornell University Press. He has a forthcoming co-edited volume entitled Coercion: The Power to Hurt in International Politics. He has previously published articles on the threat of terrorism, the effectiveness of national movements and political violence, U.S. intervention in the Syrian civil war, and the war of ideas in the Middle East.
Krause was formerly a Research Fellow at the Crown Center for Middle East Studies of Brandeis University, as well as a Research Fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs of the Harvard Kennedy School.
Krause has conducted extensive fieldwork throughout the Middle East over the past decade. He has offered his analysis of Middle East politics, political violence, and the Boston Marathon attacks in the Pentagon and on Capitol Hill, as well as with national and local media, including CNN, MSNBC, NECN, and the Boston affiliates of Fox, NBC, ABC, and CBS.
||September 8th, 2017
||The Hyatt Lodge
||2815 Jorie Boulevard, Oakbrook, IL 60523
||5:30pm with a 6:00pm Presentation;
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