Daniel Morey, Ph.D.

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    My primary research area is international conflict; however, I also have a strong interest in American Foreign Policy.  Currently my research focuses on military coalitions and international rivalries.

     

    My work on rivalries builds upon work in my dissertation and seeks to build a general model of rivalry that incorporates dyadic conflict, domestic politics, and rivalry.  The model, which I have named the Conflict and Rivalry (CAR) Model, provides testable hypotheses on rivalry creation, conflict behavior during rivalries, and rivalry termination.

     

    My second research focus explores the politics of military coalitions.  My recent publication (Foreign Policy Analysis 2016) finds military coalitions are more likely to win wars.   My current research seeks to answer the question of when coalitions will be effective, specifically focusing on the amount of control states surrender to the coalition.  I have several more coalition related projects at various stages including coalitions and terms of settlement, coalitions and the duration of interstate conflict, coalitions and post-war occupations, and examining peacekeeping operations from a coalition perspective

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    Education/Academic qualification

    Doctor of Philosophy, University Of Iowa

    2006

    Master of Arts, University Of Iowa

    2000

    Master of Arts, University Of Nevada-Las Vegas

    1999

    Bachelor of Arts, Western Oregon University

    1997

    Keywords

    • JZ International relations
    • international conflict

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