​​​​​ Reşat BAYER
Koç University

Reşat BAYER, Associate Professor

List of presentations



“Role of International Community in Improving Relations.” To be presented at International Studies Association Meeting, New York, New York, February 2009.

“Recurrent Conflict, Democracy, and Levels of Peace.” Presented at International Studies Association Meeting, San Francisco, California, March 2008. Also presented at Second Global International Studies Conference, World International Studies Committee, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia, July 2008.

“Violent Independence and Interstate Violence.” Presented at Jan Tinbergen European Peace Science Conference, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 2008.

“Democracy, Conflict and Developing Countries.” Presented at American Political Science Association Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, August 2007.

“Time to Join Whom: When and Why Countries Enter Ongoing Interstate Conflicts 1816- 2001.” With Faten Ghosn and Kyle Joyce. Presented at Jan Tinbergen European Peace Science Conference, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 2007.

“Addressing PKK terror: An Analysis of the Rhetoric and Moves.” With Fuat Keyman. Presented at International Conference for Dismantling Security, Koç University, Istanbul, June 2007.

“Diplomatic Interactions over Time and Space.” Presented at Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, Illinois, April 2007.

“Robust Finding or Measurement Artifact? Reconsidering the Relationship between Democracy and International Conflict.” With Michael Bernhard. Presented at American Political Science Association Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 2006. Also presented at IR Reading Group, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, September 2006.

“When the Gloves Come Off: Militarized Violence in North-South Relations.” Presented at Fifth METU Conference on International Relations, Ankara, Turkey, June 2006. Earlier version presented at International Studies Association Meeting, San Diego, California, March 2006.

“Reconciliation, Democracy, and External Security.” Presented at First Global International Studies Conference, World International Studies Committee, Bilgi University, Istanbul, Turkey, August 2005.

















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