Scott D. Sagan is the Caroline S.G. Munro Professor of Political Science, the Mimi and Peter Haas University Fellow in Undergraduate Education, and Senior Fellow at the Center for International Security and Cooperation and the Freeman Spogli Institute at Stanford University. He also serves as Chairman of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences’ Committee on International Security Studies.
Michaela Mattes specializes in International Relations. Her research and teaching interests lie at the intersection of international conflict and cooperation. She focuses on two related sets of questions. First, she studies how adversaries manage and resolve diagreements between them.
Prof. Henke’s academic expertise is in military interventions, peacekeeping and European security and defense policy. She examines questions such as: Why do military interventions occur? How are coalitions-of-the-willing constructed? And what are the long-term political effects of military interventions?
Peter Andreas is the John Hay Professor of International Studies at Brown University. He joined the Institute in the fall of 2001, and holds a joint appointment with the Department of Political Science.
Andrew Shaver is a scholar of sub-state conflict and the founding director of the Political Violence Lab. In his doctoral dissertation, he focused on particular emotional influences on the judgments and behaviors of combatants and civilians during organized conflict.