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Exchanging ideas and critiques in animated conversations, about 15 professors from universities across the United States attended the Kellogg School's Conflict and Cooperation Conference held Nov. 7-8 at the James L. Allen Center. Thought leaders, including a 2007 Nobel laureate, presented nine papers on various topics related to national security, terrorism and insurgency. "This conference helps create interdisciplinary connections among economists, political scientists and policymakers," said Baliga, also the director on the Ford Center's Initiative on Conflict and Cooperation.
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