Participation in International Conferences

I have presented some ongoing work on international conferences. My paper “Why do people support conflict resolution policies? A comparison between the United States and Germany” was presented at the ECPR Virtual Joint Sessions of Workshops (Workshop: Designing Sanctions: The European Union in Regional and International Affairs) and the 62nd Annual Convention of the International Studies Association. In this paper I want to see what … Continue reading Participation in International Conferences

Grant Received for Research on “Green Grabbing”

A research project of which I am Principal Investigador (“Green, but Mean? The Relationship Between Ecologically Motivated Land Investments and Conflict in the Global South” (GREEN-MEAN)) has received funding from the International Catalan Institute for Peace (ICIP). Numerous academic studies have linked land scarcity to an increased likelihood of violent conflicts in the Global South. Some of the most cited motives for land scarcity are … Continue reading Grant Received for Research on “Green Grabbing”