VIRTUAL | Arctic Shock: Utilizing Climate Change to Test A Theory of Resource Competition

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Jonathan Markowitz is an assistant professor in the Political Science and International Relations Department at the University of Southern California where he is also a Co-Founder and Co-PI of both the Security and Political Economy Lab and East Asia Grand Strategy Program. His research focuses on how economics shape what foreign goals states adopt and whether they pursue those interests by investing in projecting military power. He is the author of Perils of Plenty: Arctic Resource Competition and the Return of the Great Game (Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press 2020). He has also published broadly on issues related to the political economy of security including power projection, grand strategy, great power conflict, the political implications of climate change, and resource competition. This work has been published in International Studies Quarterly, The Journal of Peace Research, and Journal of Conflict Resolution, among other journals. Jonathan obtained his PhD in Political Science at the University of California, San Diego, in 2014.

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