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Workshop - Matthew Evangelista - 7/05/2019 - Genoa

The Observatory on Conflicts - Department of Political Sciences of the University of Genoa (DISPO), is pleased to present the 

Workshop

Disturbing the Peace: How the United States Influences Trends in Global Political Violence
Matthew Evangelista (Cornell University)

 

7 MAY 2019
h. 14.00 - 16.00
Room Meridiana
University of Genova
Via Balbi, 5 - Genova

 

Chiar: Fabrizio Coticchia (University of Genova) 

 

The Workshop is part of the Program of Seminars 2018-2019 "War, Peace and Security at the Doors of the Mediterranean", organized by the DISPO's Observatory on Conflicts.

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