Whether a nation should retaliate against a cyber attack is a complicated decision, and a new framework guided by game theory could help policymakers determine the best strategy.
The "Blame Game" was developed in part by Robert Axelrod, a...
A new study by Benjamin Edwards, Alexander Furnas, Stephanie Forrest, and Robert Axelrod, titled “Strategic aspects of cyberattack, attribution and blame” was published on February 27 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of...
Robert Axelrod was cited in an op-ed for Science and Religion Today titled, "How Can a Better Understanding of Sacred Values Help Us Resolve Intergroup Conflicts?" The op-ed was written by Scott Atran, a research scientist at the University's...
Policy Talks @ the Ford School,
Conversations Across Differences
Khalil Shikaki and Shai Feldman will discuss how developments such as the 2015 Israeli elections, U.S.-Iranian nuclear deal, and recent Palestinian diplomatic initiatives have affected the dispute and prospects for a peace deal. Each speaker will offer brief remarks, followed by Q&A from the audience.
Free and open to the public Join the conversation on Twitter: #FordPolicyUnion About the event: The United States has four stated policy goals in the Middle East. 1. Helping Iraqis build a unified, stable, and prosperous country; 2. Renewing progress toward the two-state solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict; 3. Working against terrorists and their state sponsors, as well as against the spread of weapons of mass destruction; and 4. Supporting efforts at economic and political reform in the region.
A presentation and Q&A on the Iran deal featuring two White House officials, including one of the Administration's negotiators.From the speakers: This presentation will lay out the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action negotiated between six major world powers and Iran after nearly two years of highly technical and painstaking sessions. Presenters include Paul Irwin, one of the negotiators, who will detail what the deal does and how it addresses international concerns about Iran's nuclear program, and Matt Nosanchuk, Associate Director for Public Engagement and Liaison to the American Jewish Community and on International Issues, and a native Detroiter.
Shai Feldman & Khalil Shikaki discuss developments such as the 2015 Israeli elections, U.S.-Iranian nuclear deal, & recent Palestinian diplomatic initiatives have affected the Israeli-Palestinian conflict & prospects for a peace deal.
Featuring Khalil Shikaki from the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research, Shai Feldman from Brandeis University's Crown Center for Middle East Studies, and Abdel Monem Said Aly from the Regional Center for Strategic Studies in Cairo, th
Aaron David Miller discusses if Arab-Israeli peace is possible. He draws upon his 20+ years of experience at the Department of State as an advisor to six Secretaries of State, and as Senior Advisor for Arab-Israeli Negotiations. March, 2006.