Faculty Awards

IGCC provides funding for UC faculty through its grant competitions and by providing seed money to jump-start larger collaborative projects.

2013–2014

2013–14 was the last year that IGCC was able to provide faculty grants.

Aila Matanock
Political Science, UC Berkeley
International Institutions Intervening by Invitation: Proposal for a Project on Governance Delegation Agreements


Aashish Mehta
Global Studies, UC Santa Barbara

Luciano Kay
Center for Nanotechnology in Society, UC Santa Barbara
Mapping the Global Race for National Security Technologies


Nathan Monroe
Political Science, UC Merced

Courtenay Conrad
Political Science, UC Merced
Agenda Setting in International Organizations



Nuclear Campus Programming and Educational Grants
(funded by the National Nuclear Security Administration via the Nuclear Science and Security Consortium)
 
Bethany Goldblum
Nuclear Engineering, UC Berkeley
An Educational Program to Address the Role of Nuclear Forensics in Counterterrorism Policy

2012–2013

Malcom Potts
School of Public Health, UC Berkeley
Climate Change, Food Security and Population in the Sahel
 
Eric Stover
School of Law, UC Berkeley
Hiding in Plain Sight: The Politics of Pursuing War Crimes Suspects from Nuremberg to 9/11
 
Yuhki Tajima
Political Science, UC Riverside
In the Shadow of War: The Political Economy of Peacebuilding
 
David Winickoff
Center for Science, Technology, Medicine and Society, UC Berkeley
Science Governance and Risk Futures: Upstream Regulation in Synthetic Biology and Geoengineering
 
Nuclear Collaborative Research Grants and Nuclear Campus Programming and Educational Grants
(funded by the National Nuclear Security Administration via the Nuclear Science and Security Consortium)
 
Campus Programming and Educational Grants
Bethany Goldblum
Nuclear Engineering, UC Berkeley
An Educational Program to Address the Role of Nuclear Forensics in Counterterrorism Policy
 
Erik Gartzke
Political Science, UC San Diego
Building the Next Wave of Nuclear Security Cadre

Collaborative Research Grants
Neil Narang
Political Science, UC Santa Barbara
Erik Gartzke
Political Science, UC San Diego
Nuclear Alliance Politics: Exploring the Credibility of Nuclear Umbrellas

2011–2012

There was no competition in 2011‒2012.

2010–2011

There was no competition in 2010‒2011.

2009–2010

The competition was canceled in 2009‒2010 because of funding issues.

2008–2009

The following awards were made but not funded because of UC-wide cuts
 
Michelle Khine
UC Merced/UC Berkeley School of Engineering
Rapid Point of Care (POC) Diagnostics for the Developing World
 
Stephen Nicholson
School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts, UC Merced
Understanding Public Attitudes Toward War
 
Jeremy Prestholdt
History, UC San Diego
The Politics of Repression, Youth Marginality, and the War on Terrorism in Kenya
 
Salim Yaqub
History, UC Santa Barbara
Bridging World: New Approaches to U.S.-Middle East Relations

2007–2008

Christopher Ansell
Political Science, UC Berkeley
Far-Flung Networks: Rapid Deployment and Customized Response Across Borders
 
Rogers Brubaker
Sociology, UCLA
Transborder Nationalism and the Politics of Citizenship in Korea and Germany
 
Arnaud Costinot
Economics, UC San Diego
Global Efficiency Versus National Sovereignty? Designing Trade Agreements in the Presence of Behind-the-Border Policies
 
David S. Fitzgerald
Sociology, UC San Diego
Race, Immigration, and Citizenship in the Americas
 
Zeev Maoz
Political Science, UC Davis
The Network of Nations: The Evolution of International Relations, 1816–2005
 
Malcolm Potts
School of Public Health, UC Berkeley
Saving Maternal Lives in Resource-poor Settings

2006–2007

Maximilian Auffhammer
International Area Studies and Agricultural and Resource Economics, UC Berkeley
Fighting Over Aid: Endogenous Choice of Development Indicators
 
John Borrego
Latin American and Latino Studies, UC Santa Cruz
The Local, Regional, and International Impacts of Global Strawberry Production
 
Ben Crow
Social Sciences, UC Santa Cruz
Mapping Global Inequalities
 
Giovanni Peri
Institute of Governmental Affairs, UC Davis
Friends or Strangers? The Economic Impact of Immigration in the European Union and in the United States
 
Kaare Strom
Political Science, UC San Diego
Power Sharing, Agency, and Civil Conflict
 
Khatharya Um
Ethnic Studies, UC Berkeley
Keepers of Memory: A Comparative Study of Women in Conflict and Post-Conflict Vietnam and Cambodia
 
Elizabeth Zechmeister
Political Science, UC Davis
Crises and Cooperation: A Cross-National, Experiment-Based Study

2005–2006

One award was made for a large, multicampus collaborative project.
 
Research Team
Ronnie Lipschutz, UC Santa Cruz
Paul Lubeck, UC Santa Cruz
Michael Watts, UC Berkeley
Michael Ross, UCLA
Petro-Geopolitics: Africa’s Oil Triangle and Global Conflict and Cooperation in the Twenty-First Century

2004–2005

Matthew Baum
Political Science, UCLA
Casting a Critical Eye: Media Coverage, Elite Rhetoric, and Rally Events 1980–2003
 
Tsuyoshi Hasegawa
History, UC Santa Barbara
Reinterpreting the Early Cold War in Asia, 1945–1956
 
Larry Karp
Agricultural and Resource Economics, UC Berkeley
Global Governance, Foreign Investment, and the Environment

2003–2004

No were awarded in 2003–2004 because of state-wide budget cuts.

2002–2003

Emily O. Goldman
Political Science and Institute of Governmental Affairs, UC Davis
Strategy Under Uncertainty
 
David A. Lake
Political Science, UC San Diego
The Incredible Shrinking State: Modeling Territorial Dynamics in the International System Research
 
Giovanni Peri
Institute of Governmental Affairs and Economics, UC Davis
Generation and Diffusion of Ideas in the International Scientific Community: Is Knowledge Global?
 
Conference Grant
Joshua Aizenman
Economics, UC Santa Cruz
Regional and International Implications of the Financial Instability in Latin America

2001–2002

Victoria Bernal
Anthropology, UC Irvine
Wired for War? Diasporas, Cyberspace and Conflict in the Horn of Africa
 
Monica Casper
Sociology, UC Santa Cruz
Quinacrine Sterilization and Population Politics: Collaboration and Conflict Among International Women’s Groups
 
Christopher Costello
Bren School of Environmental Policy, UC Santa Barbara
On the Preservation of Transboundary Non-Harvested Species
 
Barry Eichengreen
Economics, UC Berkeley
The Political Economy of International Monetary and Financial Reform
 
Jack Goldstone
Sociology, UC Davis
Identifying the Causes of Collapsed States from Global Data, 1955–2000
 
Barbara Koremenos
Political Science, UCLA
International Agreement Study
 
Mark Lichbach
Political Science, UC Riverside
Global Order and Local Resistance
 
Richard Matthew
Urban and Regional Planning, UC Irvine
Transnational Networks and the Conduct of War: Three Case Studies
 
Kal Raustiala
School of Law, UCLA
The Choice of Form in Multilateral Agreements
 
Etel Solingen
Political Science, UC Irvine
Internationalization, Norms, and the Transformation of Domestic Politics
 
Barbara Walter
School of International Relations and Pacific Studies, UC San Diego
Explaining the Persistence of Territorial Conflict
 
 
Conference Grants
Fred Block
Sociology, UC Davis
A Third Great Transformation? Using Polanyi to Understand Globalization
 
Wayne Cornelius
Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, UC San Diego
International Migration and Economic Integration in the Asia-Pacific Region: The Role of Japan, with Comparative Reference to the United States
 
Patrick M. Morgan
Political Science, UC Irvine
Achieving Security in International Politics: The East Asian Experience

2000–2001

Barry Eichengreen
UC Berkeley
Economics
Reforming the International Financial Architecture
 
Linda Fernandez
Environmental Science, UC Riverside
Factors to Solve Environmental Problems on International Borders: The Case of the U.S.-Mexico Border
 
Tsuyoshi Hasegawa (renewal)
History, UC Santa Barbara
The Summer of 1945: the Atomic Bomb, the Kurils, and Japan’s Surrender
 
Jonathan T. Hiskey
Political Science, UC Riverside
The New International Antipoverty Paradigm and the Survival of the “New World Order”
 
Larry Karp
Agriculture and Resource Economics and Policy, UC Berkeley
Regulating Global Warming with Endogenous Learning and Technical Trade
 
Barbara Koremenos
Political Science, UCLA
International Agreements
 
David Pion-Berlin
Political Science, UC Riverside
Civil-Military Relations and Structural Adjustment in Latin America
 
Ruth Rosen (renewal)
History, UC Davis
Through the Eyes of Women: Global Security, Sustainability, Development, and Human Rights
 
Michael C. Storper
School of Public Policy and Social Research, UCLA
Globalization, Trade, and the Specialization of National Economics
 
Conference Grants
Andrew Kydd
Political Science, UC Riverside
Explaining War: Testing Game Theoretic Models of Conflict
 
Paul Teller
Philosophy, UC Davis
Intervening to Prevent Citizen and Domestic Abuse: Assaults on the Sovereignty of the State and the Family
 
John Foran
Sociology, UC Santa Barbara
The Future of Revolutions in the Context of Globalization
 
Teaching Grant
Malcolm Potts
School of Public Health, UC Berkeley
Public Health Practice and Policy in the Developing World

1999–2000

Juliann L. Allison
Political Science, UC Riverside
Toward a Feminist Interpretation of the Democratic Peace
 
Tsuyoshi Hasegawa (renewal)
History, UC Santa Barbara
The Summer of 1945: The Atomic Bomb, the Kurils, and Japan’s Surrender
 
Ruth Rosen
History, UC Davis
Through the Eyes of Woman: Global Security, Sustainability, Development, and Human Rights
 
Beth A. Simmons
Political Science, UC Berkeley
Economic Integration, International Institutions, and the Settlement of Territorial Disputes in Latin America
 
John Torpey
Sociology, UC Irvine
Debts to the Past: Reparations for Historical Injustices and the Developing International Human Rights Regime
 
Conference Grants
Alison Brysk
Politics and Society, UC Irvine
Globalization and Human Rights: Transnational Problems, Transnational Solutions?
 
Richard Feinberg (renewal)
School of International Relations and Pacific Studies, UC San Diego
Building The APEC International Assessment Network (APIAN)
 
Ronnie Lipschutz
Adlai E. Stevenson Program on Global Security, UC Santa Cruz
Transnational Activism, Global Civil Society, and the Changing Nature of World Politics
 
Susanne Lohmann
Political Science, UCLA
Why Do International Institutions Matter (If They Do?)
 
Wayne Sandholtz
Politics and Society, UC Irvine
Testing Assumptions About Unofficial Diplomacy: Comparative Case Studies
 
Teaching Grants
John Foran
Sociology, UC Santa Barbara
Teaching Case Methods in International Affairs
 
Malcolm Potts
School of Public Health, UC Berkeley
The Social Dimensions of Health Policy in Africa and Latin America

1998–1999

Miriam Golden
Political Science, UCLA
The Politics of International Openness and Labor Markets
 
Tsuyoshi Hasegawa
History, UC Santa Barbara
The Summer of 1945: The Atomic Bomb, the Soviet-Japanese War, and Japan’s Surrender
 
Larry Karp
Agriculture and Resource Economics and Policy, UC Berkeley
Why Do Developed and Developing Countries Disagree About “Joint Implementation” of Environmental Measures?
 
David A. Lake
Political Science, UC San Diego
The Rent-Seeking State: Monopoly Politics, Democratic Control, and Political Authority
 
Arthur A. Stein
Political Science, UCLA
Assassins of Accord: Extremists and Peace Agreements
 
Alec Stone Sweet
Politics and Society, UC Irvine
The Judicialization of the Trade Regime Research
 
Conference Grants
Joseph F. DiMento
Global Peace and Conflict and Urban and Regional Planning, UC Irvine
The Third Generation of International Environmental Law: Phase I, Irvine Conference
 
Richard E. Feinberg
APEC Study Center and School of International Relations and Pacific Studies, UC San Diego
Tracking APEC Implementation
 
Philip Martin
Agricultural Economics, UC Davis
Another Miracle? Managing Migration in Asia
 
Patrick Morgan
Politics and Society, UC Irvine
The Liberal Transition: Understanding the Evolution of the East Asian Regional International System
 
David Pion-Berlin
Political Science, UC Riverside
Civil-Military Relations in South America: New Analytical Perspectives

1997–1998


Rogers Brubaker
Sociology, UCLA
Intractable But Non-Violent Ethnonational Conflict in East-Central Europe
 
Jonathan A. Fox
Latin American and Latino Studies, UC Santa Cruz
Explaining the Implementation of the World Bank’s Environmental Policy Reforms: Lessons from Mexico and the Philippines.
 
Miriam A. Golden
Political Science, UCLA
The Politics of International Openness and Labor Markets
 
Kristen R. Monroe
Politics & Society, UC Irvine
From Dr. Jekyll to Mr. Hyde: What Causes an Ordinary Person to Commit Genocide?
 
Andrew H. Kydd
Political Science, UC Riverside
Internet Laboratory for Formal Theory and International Relations
 
David Mares
Political Science, UC San Diego
Democratic War in the Amazon: An Analysis of Ecuador’s Decision to Fight Another Democracy
 
Daniel Philpott
Political Science, UC Santa Barbara
Eroding the Sanctity of Sovereignty
 
Randolph Siverson
Political Science, UC Davis
Trade and Conflict: The Major Powers, 1905-1970
 
Conference Grants
Cathryn L. Carson
History, UC Berkeley
Physics in the Postwar Political Arena: Comparative Perspectives
 
Beatriz Manz
Center for Latin American Studies, UC Berkeley
Guatemala’s Peace Accords and Future Prospects
 
Steven Weber
Political Science, UC Berkeley
Scenarios for the Future of the Middle East Agee Process

1996–1997

Russell Dalton
Politics and Society, UC Irvine
The Linkage Between Domestic and Global Environmentalism
 
Joseph F. DiMento
Urban & Regional Planning, UC Irvine
Practical Peacemaking in the Caucasus: The Link Between Regional Environmental Cooperation and Security
 
Larry Karp
Agricultural & Resource Economics, UC Berkeley
Limited Cooperation in International Environmental Agreements
 
David A. Lake
Political Science, UC San Diego
Entangling Relations: American Foreign Policy in its Century
 
Susanne Lohmann
Political Science, UCLA
Dynamics of Informational Cascades: International Causes and Consequences of the East German Revolution
 
Robert Powell
Political Science, UC Berkeley
Bargaining in the Shadow of Power
 
David M. Rocke
Grad. School of Management, UC Davis
Evolution of Multilateral International Agreements
 
AnnaLee Saxenian
City and Regional Planning, UC Berkeley
Immigrant Networks and Industrial Transformation: The Internationalization of the Silicon Valley Workforce
 
Randolph M. Siverson
Political Science, UC Davis
Trade and Conflict: The Major Powers, 1905-1970
 
Etel Solingen
Politics and Society, UC Irvine
Domestic Determinants of Regional Cooperation: Democratization and the Middle East Peace Process
 
Paul Sonnino
History, UC Santa Barbara
Reconciling the Irreconcilable: The Treaty of Westphalia as a Model for Global Conflict Resolution
 
Conference Grants
Susanne Lohmann
Political Science, UCLA
Trade and Monetary Integration in the European Union: Institutional Foundations of Linkage Politics
 
Dorothy J. Solingen
Politics and Society, UC Irvine
Program in Conference & Research Workshop Support: The State and Sovereignty in the World Economy
 
Teaching Grant
John Foran
Sociology, UC Santa Barbara
Teaching Case Methods in International Affairs

1995–1996

Tsuyoshi Hasegawa
History, UC Santa Barbara
Soviet/Russo-Japanese Relations in the Perestroika and Post-Perestroika Periods
 
Lovell Jarvis
Economics, UC Davis
Modeling International Cooperation and Conflict Over Preserving and Utilizing African Wildlife Species
 
Cynthia S. Kaplan
Political Science, UC Santa Barbara
Linking Nationalism and Democratization Through Political Event Coding in Estonia
 
Susanne Lohmann
Political Science, UCLA
Dynamics of Informational Cascades: International Causes and Consequences of the East German Revolution
 
Jeannette Money
Political Science, UC Davis
Silent Invasions: State Capacity and Undocumented Migration
 
Robert Powell
Political Science, UC Berkeley
Bargaining in the Shadow of Power
 
Alan Richards
Economics, UC Santa Cruz
Managing Water Scarcity: Interactions Between International River Negotiations and Domestic Economic Reform Conflicts
 
David M. Rocke
Graduate School of Management, UC Davis
Capacity Uncertainty and Multilateral International Agreements
Philip G. Roeder
Political Science, UC San Diego
Ethnic Conflict in the Soviet Successor States
 
Rachel Schurman
Energy & Resources Group/Sociology, UC Berkeley
International Conflict and Cooperation in Implementing the Law of the Sea
 
Gershon Shafir
Sociology, UC San Diego
Economic Liberalization, Peacemaking, and Regional Integration in the Middle East
 
Etel Solingen
Politics and Society, UCI
Domestic Determinants of Regional Cooperation: Bargaining in the Multilteral Middle East Peace Talks
 
Arthur A. Stein
Political Science, UCLA
Systemic Heterogeneity and International Stability
 
Conference Grants
Laura Enriquez
Sociology, UC Berkeley
The Comparative Political Economy or Re-Entry to the Global Economy in South Africa, Vietnam, and Nicaragua
 
Miles Kahler
Graduate School of International Relations & Pacific Studies, UC San Diego
Domestic Politics and International Law

1994–1995

Scott A. Bollens
Urban and Regional Planning, UC Irvine
On Narrow Ground: Urban Policy in Ethnically Polarized Cities
 
Jeffry A. Frieden
Political Science, UCLA
The Politics of European Monetary Cooperation
 
Scott S. Gartner
Political Science, UC Davis
Terrorism and Political Response: A Study of Strategic Interactions
 
Jeannette Money
Political Science, UC Davis
Economic, Political and Cultural Determinants of Immigration Policy
 
David M. Rocke
Graduate School of Management, UC Davis
Coercive Compliance Strategies for Maintaining International Agreement
 
Rachel A. Schurman
Energy & Resources Group, UC Berkeley
International Conflict and Cooperation in Implementing the Law of the Sea
 
Etel Solingen
Politics and Society, UC Irvine
Domestic Determinants of Regional Cooperation: Bargaining in the Multilateral Middle East Peace Talks
 
Alec Stone Sweet
Politics and Society, UC Irvine
Constructing a Supranatural Constitution: The Case of European Integration
 
John E. Talbott
History, UC Santa Barbara
Mind Wounds: War and Psychic Injury, 1860-1920
 
Michael Urban
Politics, UC Santa Cruz
The Rebirth of Politics in Russia
 
Steven Vogel
Politics and Society, UC Irvine
Japan’s Foreign Economic Policy: Domestic Forces and International Pressures in an Era of Political Transition
 
Kenneth N. Waltz
Political Science, UC Berkeley
International Politics: From Theory to Practice
 
Mark Wheelis
Microbiology/DBS, UC Davis
An Analytical History of Biological Warfare
 
Conference Grants
Keith Nelson
History, UC Irvine
The Foreign Domestic Nexus in Soviet-American Relations
 
Paul Papayoanou
Political Science, UC San Diego
New Games: Modeling International Relations After the Cold War
 
John H. Stanfield II
African American & African Studies, UC Davis
Building Productive and Functional Multiethnic Societies
 
Philip E. Tetlock
Psychology, UC Berkeley
Thought Experiments on World Politics: Logical, Methodological and Psychological
 
Teaching Grant
Judith Justice
Medical Anthropology, UC San Francisco
The Political and Cultural Dimensions of International Health Policy

1993–1994

Russell Dalton
Politics and Society, UC Irvine
Critical Masses: Public Responses to the Environmental Consequences of Nuclear Weapons Production in the United States and Russia
 
Scott Gartner
Political Science, UC Davis
Indicators, Expectations and War: A Model of War Termination
 
Emily Goldman
Political Science, UC Davis
Managing Peacetime Strategic Uncertainty
 
Will Moore
Political Science, UC Riverside
The Domestic-International Conflict Nexus: Fad, Fiction, or the Future for the Developing World
 
David Pion-Berlin
Political Science, UC Riverside
The End of the Cold War and the Future of Democracy: Lessons from Latin America for the Former Soviet Union
 
Richard Rosecrance
Political Science, UCLA
Economic Correlates of the Balance of Power
 
Wayne Sandholtz
Politics and Society, UC Irvine
In Search of Union: The Politics of Monetary Integration in Europe
 
Alec Stone Sweet
Politics and Society, UC Irvine
Constructing a Supranational Constitution: The Case of European Integration
 
Irwin Wall
History, UC Riverside
The United States, France, and the Algerian War
 
Kenneth Waltz
Political Science, UC Berkeley
International Politics: From Theory to Practice
 
Conference Grant
Edmond Keller
African Studies Center, UCLA
The Superpowers and the New African Order
 
Teaching Grants
Paul Drake
Political Science, UC San Diego
International Relations and Comparative Political Studies Workshops
 
Roderick F. Nash
Environmental Studies/History, UC Santa Barbara
Environmental Studies 21: Future Environments

1992–1993

Russell Dalton
Politics and Society, UC Irvine
Critical Masses: Public Responses to the Environmental Consequences of Nuclear Weapons Production in the United States and the Russian Republic
 
Bruce Larkin
Politics, UC Santa Cruz
The Second-Tier Nuclear States and Proposals for Deep Cuts in Nuclear Inventories
 
Ronnie Lipschutz
Politics, UC Santa Cruz
Global Change and Cooperation in the Implementation of International Environmental Agreements
 
David Mares
Political Science, UC San Diego
The Long Peace in South America, 1883-?
 
Will Moore
Political Science, UC Riverside
Internal Conflict/Cooperation and Its Relationship to International Conflict: Two Studies and a Data Set
 
Patrick Morgan
Politics and Society, UC Irvine
The Comparative Analysis of Regional Security
 
Keith Nelson
History, UC Irvine
Exploring the Foreign-Domestic Nexus in US and Soviet Foreign Policy
 
Steven Spiegel
Political Science, UCLA
Citizen Diplomacy and the Middle East Peace Process
 
Arthur Stein
Political Science, UCLA
Ethnicity, Extraterritoriality, and International Politics
 
Philip Tetlock
Institute of Personality Assessment, UC Berkeley
Good Judgment in International Politics
 
Kenneth Waltz
Political Science, UC Berkeley
International Politics; From Theory to Practice
 
Conference Grant
Andrzej Korbonski
Political Science, UCLA
The Emergence of Pluralism in Eastern Europe

1991–1992

Paul Brown
Physics/Defense Systems Program, LLNL
Colloquium on Ethics of Nuclear Deterrence
 
Peter Cowhey
Political Science, UC San Diego
The Political Economics of the North American Free Trade Agreement
 
Ernst Haas
Political Science, UC Berkeley
Democratization, Human Rights and Conflict Management by International Organizations
 
John Holdren
Energy & Resources Group, UC Berkeley
Chinese Energy Policy, Greenhouse Gases, and International Cooperation
 
Ronnie Lipschutz
Stevenson program, UC Santa Cruz
Security and the Nation State
 
Ronnie Lipschutz
Politics, UC Santa Cruz
Global Change & Cooperation in the Implementation of International Environmental Agreements: From Theory to Practice
 
Harvey Molotch
Community & Org. Research, UC Santa Barbara
Supporting the Troops: Media Treatment of Dissent in the Vietnam and Gulf Wars
 
David Rocke
Grad School of Management, UC Davis
Tacit Bargaining and the Maintenance of Arms Treaties
 
Steven Spiegel
CISA, UCLA
Middle East Cooperative Security and the U.S. Domestic Political Arena
 
Arthur Stein
Political Science, UCLA
Revolutionary States and International Stability
 
Philip Tetlock
Psychology, UC Berkeley
Psychological Perspectives on Good Judgment in International Politics
 
Steven Weber
Political Science, UC Berkeley
International Institutions and the Balance of Power
 
Teaching Grant
David H. Warren
Psychology, UC Riverside
Conflict Resolution As a National Security Paradigm

1990–1991

Luc Anselin
Geography, UC Santa Barbara
Peace, War, Guns, and Butter: A Geographical Perspective
 
Larry Berman
Political Science, UC Davis
Political Military Intervention: From Commitment to Disengagement
 
Albert Fishlow
IIS, UC Berkeley
Systemwide Foreign Policy Newsclip Service
 
K. C. Fung
Economics, UC Santa Cruz
The Economics of Trading Blocs: Stabilizing or Destabilizing?
 
Emily Goldman
Political Science, UC Davis
Naval Disarmament, Conventional Disengagement, and Political Transition
 
Ernst Haas
Political Science, UC Berkeley
Understanding Change in International Life
 
Michael Intriligator
Political Science, UCLA
CISA Campus Program at UCLA: Outreach and Research on “Economics and Security” and on “International Environmental Cooperation”
 
Graciela Kaminsky
Economics, UC San Diego
Europe 1992: Financial Markets Integration, Growth, and Exchange Rates Target Zones
 
Philip Roeder
Political Science, UC San Diego
Perestroika and Soviet Military Thought
 
Richard Rosecrance
Political Science, UCLA
Balance, Deterrence, and Central Coalition
 
Randolph Siverson
Political Science, UC Davis
Theories of War and the Future of the International System
 
Steven Spiegel
Political Science, UCLA
The U.S. Approach Toward Conflict Management in the Middle East: The Altered Environment
 
Arthur Stein
Political Science, UCLA
Responses to Revanchism and Expansion
 
Philip Tetlock
Psychology, UC Berkeley
Psychological and Political Perspectives in Learning in Superpower Relations
 
Steven Weber
Political Science, UC Berkeley
Changing Conceptions of the Balance of Power
 
John Whiteley
Social Ecology, UC Irvine
Environmental Consequences of Nuclear Weapons Development
 
Conference Grants
Paul Brown
Physics, LLNL
Colloquium on Ethics of Nuclear Deterrence
 
Albert Fishlow
IIS, UC Berkeley
IGCC Northern California Inter-Campus Conference
 
Tracy Lewis
Economics, UC Davis
The Power to Commit
 
Nirvikar Singh
Economics, UC Santa Cruz
Workshop on Economic and Political Change in the Asian Pacific Rim

1989–1990

Larry Berman
Political Science, UC Davis
Military Responses to Political Challenges: Recurrent Dilemmas of Commitment, Intervention and Disengagement
 
Paul Brown
Physics, LLNL
Bishop’s Colloquium on Ethics, Politics and Technology in the Nuclear Debate
 
Paul Craig
Applied Science, UC Davis
Alternative Defense and Conventional Arms Control in Europe
 
Graciela Kaminsky
Economics, UC San Diego
The Foreign Debt Crisis in the 1980s: Should Debt Relief be Granted?
 
Jerome Karabel
Institute of Industrial Relations, UC Berkeley
Peace Movements and the Politics of the Intelligentsia
 
David Kaun
Economics, UC Santa Cruz
Political Economy of Defense Spending and Policy
 
David Lake
Political Science, UCLA
Producing Protection: The State and Grand Strategy
 
Tracy Lewis
Economics, UC Davis
Modelling Workshops on Defense and Cooperation
 
John Lofland
Sociology, UC Davis
Peace Activism and National Security
 
Jay Mechling
American Studies, UC Davis
The Rhetoric of Religious Witnesses for Peace in Cold War America
 
Jerome Rabow
ISSR, UCLA
An Examination of Nuclear Anxiety in Israel and China
 
Philip Roeder
Political Science, UC San Diego
Domestic Regimes and Soviet International Behavior: The Two Tiers of Policymaking
 
Etel Solingen
Latin American Center, UCLA
Power, Symbol, and Opaqueness in International Regimes, Semiotics and Nonproliferation
 
Steven Spiegel
Political Science, UCLA
Learning and Conflict Management: U.S. Policy in the Middle East
 
Arthur Stein
Political Science, UCLA
The Search for Security
 
Philip Tetlock
Institute of Personality Assessment, UC Berkeley
Learning in United States and Soviet Foreign Policy
 
Steve Weber
Political Science, UC Berkeley
U.S. Conceptions of the Balance of Power: The 1940s and the 1990s
 
Mark Wheelis
Microbiology, UC Davis
Strengthening the Biological Weapons Convention by Evaluating the Significance of Unusual Outbreaks of Infectious Diseases
 
Robert Williamson
Civil Engineering, UC Berkeley
Smoke Measurements as Related to Nuclear Winter
 
John Woodall
Psychiatry, UC Irvine
The Role of Psychiatry in International Conflict Resolution

1988–1989

Jonathan Berger
IGPP, UC San Diego
Deployment of Seismic Monitoring Stations Near the Kazakh and Nevada Nuclear Weapons Test Site: A Joint USA-USSR Experiment
 
Paul Craig
Applied Science, UC Davis
Conventional Arms Control in Europe
 
Todd Gitlin
Sociology, UC Berkeley
The Arms Race in the News Media
 
David Kaun
Economics, UC Santa Cruz
Political Economy of Defense Spending and Policy
 
Sanford Lakoff
Political Science, UC San Diego
European Missile Defense
 
Tracy Lewis
Economics, UC Davis
Modelling Workshops on Defense and Cooperation
 
John Lofland
Sociology, UC Davis
The American Peace Movement
 
David Mayers
Politics, UC Santa Cruz
Hans Morgenthau and the Study and Practice of Power
 
Hugh Mehan
Sociology, UC San Diego
The Politics of Representation in the Nuclear Arms Race
 
Joel Sobel
Economics, UC San Diego
Theory of Large Power Contracts, Bargaining with Renegotiation
 
Philip Tetlock
Psychology, UC Berkeley
Learning in United States and Soviet Foreign Policy
 
Kenneth Waltz
Political Science, UC Berkeley
Can Opponents Cooperate? U.S.-Soviet Collaboration in Managing Third Area Conflicts
 
Robert Williamson
Civil Engineering, UC Berkeley
Smoke Measurements as Related to Nuclear Winter

1987–1988

Dane Archer
Sociology, UC Santa Cruz
Successes and Failures: Goals Methods, and Outcomes in Anti-Nuclear War Efforts
 
James Campbell
Physics, LLNL
Bishop’s Colloquium on the Ethics, Politics and Technology in the Nuclear Debate
 
Biliana Cicin-Sain
Political Science, UC Santa Barbara
Conflicts Surrounding the South Pacific Nuclear Fall Zone Treaty: Implications for U.S. Policy in the South Pacific
 
Aaron Cicourel
Sociology, UC San Diego
The Discourse of the Nuclear Arms Debate
 
Paul Craig
Physics, UC Davis
The LLNL/UC Davis Dialogue on Nuclear Arms Race Issues
 
Todd Gitlin
Sociology, UC Berkeley
The Arms Race in the News Media: The Course Preparation on Nuclear Age Culture and Discourse
 
Donna Gregory
Int’l Security/English Lit., UCLA
Strategic Language: A Literary Analysis of Deterrence Discourse
 
John Holdren
Energy & Resources Group, UC Berkeley
The Purge of Fang Li Zhi: The Tensions between Science and Ideology in Contemporary China
 
Bruce Jentleson
Political Science, UC Davis
Superpower Rivalry and Political Instability in the Third World: Dilemmas for American Foreign Policy
 
David Kaun
Economics, UC Santa Cruz
Political Economy of Defense Spending
 
Nikki Keddie
ISOP, UCLA
Conference, Iran, the U.S., and the USSR
 
Roman Kolkowicz
Political Science, UCLA
Domestic Determinants of Arms Races and Arms Control: U.S. Soviet Comparative Analysis
 
David Lake
Political Science, UCLA
The Expansion of Sovereignty: Conflict Management and the Constitutive Principle in International Relations
 
Peter Loewenberg
ISOP, UCLA
Crisis Management: Structural Syncretisms of the International, Group, Interpersonal, and Intrapsychic Levels
 
Richard Madsen
Sociology, UC San Diego
Morality and Power in the World System: The Case of U.S.-China Relations
 
David Mayers
Politics, UC Santa Cruz
George Kennan and the Dilemmas of U.S. Foreign Policy
 
Steven Spiegel
Political Science, UCLA
Learning from History in U.S. Foreign Policy: The Case of the Middle East
 
Benjamin Ward
Economics/Poli Sci/Chinese Pol, UC Berkeley
China and the Sea: Economic, Security and Domestic Political Implications

1987–1988

George Anagnastopolous
Philosophy, UC San Diego
Scientific Cooperation and the Avoidance of Large-Scale Conflict
 
Dane Archer
Sociology, UC Santa Cruz
Successes and Failures: Goals, Methods, and Outcomes in Anti-Nuclear War Movements
 
Lawrence Badash
History, UC Santa Barbara
SDI: Parameters of the Current Debate
 
Michael Brown
Political Science, UC Santa Cruz
Domestic Politics and the Arms Race: A Reconsideration of Kurth’s Follow-On Imperative
 
Paul Brown
Physics, LLNL
Bishop’s Colloquium on Ethics, Politics and Technology in the Nuclear Debate
 
Aaron Cicourel
Sociology, UC San Diego
The Discourse of the Nuclear Arms Debate
 
Diane Clemens
PACS, UC Berkeley
Soviet-American Relations 1917-86: Course Development and Campus Education
 
Barbara Epstein
History, UC Santa Cruz
Real Men Don’t Negotiate: The Reagan Administration and Diplomacy
 
Edward Gonzalez
Political Science, UCLA
Tranformation of Doctoral Dissertation “Technology, Development and Nuclear Power”: A Study of Brazil’s Nuclear Program into book
 
Donna Gregory
CISA, UCLA
Strategic Language: A Literary Analysis of Deterrence Discourse
 
Isebill V. Gruhn
Politics, UC Santa Cruz
Multilateralism Reconsidered: The Changing Role and Function of Post World War II Institutions
 
Ernst Haas
Political Science, UC Berkeley
Bernard Brodie Papers Index
 
D.C. Hallen
Communications, UC San Diego
Comparative Study of News Presentation of Global Conflict
 
J. G. Hurst
PACS, UC Berkeley
PACS-Undergraduate Program
 
Bruce Jentleson
Political Science, UC Davis
Superpower Rivalry and Political Instability in the Third World: Dilemmas for American Foreign Policy
 
David Kaun
Economics, UC Santa Cruz
Political Economy of Defense Spending
 
Gregory Kavka
Philosophy, UC Irvine
Morality and Nuclear Deterrence
 
Christie Kiefer
Social & Behavioral Science, UC San Francisco
Biographies of Mainstream Volunteer Disarmament Leaders
 
Rob Kling
Info & Computer Science, UC Irvine
Computers and Military Technology
 
Roman Kolkowicz
Political Science, UCLA
Domestic Sources of Arms Control and Arms Races: U.S.-Soviet Comparative Analysis
 
Dorothy Krueger
Communication Studies, UC Santa Barbara
The Reagan-Gorbachev Peace Dialogue: An Analysis of Geneva Summit Communication Strategies and Interpretation by the World Media
 
David Lake
CISA, UCLA
Faculty-Graduate Student Workshop on Political Economy
 
Sanford Lakoff
Political Science, UC San Diego
UC San Diego Faculty Seminar on International Security
 
Nora McGuinness
Integrated Studies, UC Davis
Course Enrichment Proposal: Integrated Studies I.S. 9 “Threats to World Civilization”
 
Carroll Pursell
History, UC Santa Barbara
History of the Military-Industrial Complex
 
Jerome Rabow
Social Science, UCLA
Student Attitudes Towards Peace and War in Sweden, England and the U.S.
 
Steven Spiegel
CISA, UCLA
A Creative Policy Approach to the Teaching of U.S. Foreign Policy
 
Philip Tetlock
Personality Assessment, UC Berkeley
Behavioral and Social Science Perspectives on Nuclear War
 
William VanVorst
Engineering, UCLA
Managerial Barriers to the Economic Conversion Process
 
Kenneth Waltz
Political Science, UC Berkeley
Strategy, National Interests, and Force Levels
 
Benjamin Ward
Chinese Studies, UC Berkeley
China and Unilateral Relative Disarmament
 
John Whiteley
Social Ecology, UC Irvine
Pathways to Peace