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Susanna P. Campbell
Assistant Professor
School of International Service
American University
4400 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20016

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(202) 885-1428

PRQ Article

My article with Matthew DiGiuseppe and Amanda Murdie is just out in Political Research Quarterly:

CVE group

Appointed as a Special Advisor for new Congressionally-Mandated Task Force on Extremism and State Fragility

Daeadalus article published

My article “Is Prevention the Answer?” with  Charles T. Call  was recently published in the Daedalus winter issue. The article discusses whether prevention is the answer to escalating violent conflict. 

USIP Grant Awarded

I was recently awarded a grant for a project to explore “Strengthening the Unlikely Sources of Peacebuilding Success” by the United States Institute of Peace. 

Ontology of Peace Article Published

My article (with M. Findley and K. Kikuta) that develops a latent variable for peace is out: “An Ontology of Peace: Landscapes of Conflict and Cooperation with Application to Colombia” in the International Studies Review 19(1): 92-113.
Link to replication data on Dataverse:

Ethics of Research in Conflict Environments

My article “Ethics of Research in Conflict Environments” was recently published in the Journal of Global Security Studies. The article is an overview of the scholarship on the ethical challenges that researchers encounter working in conflict zones.

Investing in International Security

My article, written with Stephanie C. Hofmann and Barbara Bravo De Moraes Mendes, examining how and why rising powers allocate their resources “Investing in International Security: Rising Powers and Organizational Choices” was recently published in the Cambridge Review of International Affairs. The article argues that regional ideational affinity leads rising powers to preference regional over global security organizations, but is this the right choice for the rising power?

AU summer story

AU’s School of International Service published a short piece on my research in Nepal, Sudan, South Sudan, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.