InfoTechWarPeace
Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University
 Peace Games

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 Moderator: Annick T.R. Wibben, Brown University


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Annick T. R. Wibben is a Watson Institute visiting fellow and a co-investigator with InfoTechWarPeace. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Wales at Aberystwyth and is currently preparing her doctoral work on "Security Narratives: A Feminist Examination" for publication. She has written on feminist theory and IR more generally, including Narrating Experience: Raymond Aron and Feminist Scholars Revis(it)ed (1998).
 Moderator: Keith Stanski, Brown University
Keith Stanski is a senior at Brown University, concentrating in international relations and education. He is currently coeditor-in-chief of the Brown Journal of World Affairs. Stanski is researching the implications of political violence on gendered roles in Colombia.
 Lene Hansen, Copenhagen University


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Lene Hansen is an associate professor of international relations at the University of Copenhagen. Prior to this, she was a research fellow at the Copenhagen Peace Research Institute (COPRI). Her articles have appeared in such journals and edited volumes as Alternatives, Cooperation and Conflict, Journal of Peace Research, and Millennium. She recently co-edited European Integration and National Identity: The Challenge of the Nordic States (2001, with Ole Waever).
 Michael Lekson, United States Institute of Peace


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Michael Lekson is a program officer in the United States Institute of Peace's Training Program. He is a specialist in multilateral diplomacy, Europe and European institutions, NATO and OSCE, arms control and confidence- and security-building measures, international conflict management skills training, and the regions of the Balkans and Latin America. Prior to joining USIP, he enjoyed a 26-year career with the State Department, where his final position was deputy assistant secretary of state for arms control.
 Rafal Rohozinski, University of Cambridge


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Rafal Rohozinski of Cambridge University's Trinity College researches the nexus between information technology and the dynamics of "local" conflicts. Rohozinski has been a practitioner with the United Nations and other international organizations in over 26 countries. At present, he serves as a senior advisor to several major initiatives in Central Asia, is a senior research associate at the International Development Research Center (Canada), and is on the advisory board member to the USIP-funded "IT for Peace" Program (Advocacynet).
  

 

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