Michael Cohen

Michael Cohen

Michael Cohen received his Ph.D. from the Department of Political Science at the University of British Columbia in 2012. His research has been published in a Stanford University Press edited volume and the Harvard journal International Security and funded by the Simons Foundation, Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation and numerous University of British Columbia fellowships. In August 2012, he will be an Assistant Professor at the Center for War Studies, Department of Political Science and Public Management, University of Southern Denmark.

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25 November 2013
Michael Cohen asks what the international community can do to keep the bomb from Saudi Arabia? According to recent reports, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia may have an arrangement where…
06 August 2013
100000 Syrians have so far been killed, at least 10000 of whom have likely been women and children. Although at one point in 2012 the rebels seemed to have gained momentum in…
06 March 2013
The United States and its allies have made nuclear weapons programs costly and undesirable to most states. The benefits that flow from engaging with global institutions and the…
30 November 2012
U.S. and European efforts are underway to begin a new round of negotiations with Iran. Given that last October witnessed the fiftieth anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis, it…
12 September 2012
Benjamin Netanyahu’s latest move to stop Iran from getting the bomb has been asking the United States for assurances of a red line beyond which Washington would attempt to…
08 May 2012
There will perhaps be no hotter international political issue this summer than that of Iran’s nuclear program. Iran has persisted with uranium enrichment to a near weapons…