Guest
Nuno Monteiro, Assistant Professor of Political Science

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Episode: February 10, 2010

16:50

Professor Monteiro’s main research interests are in International Relations theory and security studies. We talk with him about his forthcoming book that addresses three questions related to the topic of unipolarity: Is it peaceful? Is it durable? And, how does it impact deterrence?

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