1 CURRICULUM VITAE DAVID R. MARES EDUCATION Ph.D. Harvard University, 1982 (Political Science) M.A. Harvard University, 1978 (Political Science) B.A. Harvard College, 1976 (Government and Romance Languages and Literature, cum laude) 1992 Case Teaching Workshop, Pew Faculty Fellowship in International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University Game-Theory Teaching Workshop, University of California, Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation, University of California, Berkeley Teaching Workshop on Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and Ballistic Missiles, University of California, Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation with the Center for Technical Studies of Security, Energy and Arms Control, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory East-West Summer Seminar on Global Security and Arms Control, Moscow State Institute of International Relations, Moscow, USSR Summer Teaching Seminar, University of California, Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation, University of California, Irvine. EMPLOYMENT Professor, Political Science, University of California, San Diego Adjunct Professor, School of International Relations and Pacific Studies, University of California, San Diego Associate Professor, Political Science, University of California, San Diego Adjunct Associate Professor, School of International Relations and Pacific Studies, University of California, San Diego 1995 Visiting Professor, Escuela Diplomática, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of Ecuador 1990 Fulbright Professor, Instituto de Estudios Internacionales, Universidad de Chile, Santiago 1990 Visiting Professor, School of International Relations, University of Southern California Assistant Professor, Political Science, University of California, San Diego 1982 Consultant, Instituto de Estudios Políticos Económicos y Sociales, Partido Revolucionario Institutional, Mexico City Consultant, Secretaría de Programación y Presupuesto, Government of Mexico, Mexico City Professor, Special Summer Program for Nicaraguan Diplomats, sponsored by the Government of Mexico and the Colegio de México Professor, International Studies, El Colegio de México
2 David R. Mares Page 2 HONORS AND AWARDS 2014 Elected to membership, Council on Foreign Relations 2013 Academic Visitor, Nuffield College, Oxford University 2012 Visiting Scholar, School for Political Science (SciencesPo) of Aix en Provence, France Endowed Chair, Institute of the Americas Professor for Inter-American Affairs 2010 Outstanding Professor award, UCSD Pan-Hellenic Council 2010 Elected to membership, International Institute for Strategic Studies London Baker Institute Scholar in Latin American Energy Studies, James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy, Rice University Associate, Academic Forum of the Summits of the Americas, Quebec, Canada Associate Fellow, Inter-American Dialogue, Washington, D.C Visiting Senior Fellow, Center for United States -Mexico Studies, UCSD 1997 Visiting Scholar, Center for International Affairs, Harvard University 1992 Pew Faculty Fellowship in International Affairs 1991 Fellow, Japan External Trade Research Organization 1990 Fulbright Professor, Chile 1989 Fellow, Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation, University of California 1988 Young Scholar, The Sequoia Institute Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford 1981 Graduate Fellow, Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, Latin American Program Graduate Fellowship for Mexican-Americans, Ford Foundation 1976 Magna cum laude Senior Honors Thesis, Harvard College 1976 Henry Russell Shaw Travelling Fellowship (declined), Harvard College RESEARCH GRANTS Tinker Pre-Dissertation grants, Tinker Foundation, matched by UCSD for a total of $90,000 to be awarded to UCSD graduate students by the Center for Iberian and Latin American Studies The Military-Industrial-Scientific Complex and the Rise of New Powers: Conceptual, Theoretical and Methodological Contributions and the Brazilian Case, Principal Investigator, Department of Defense Minerva Research Initiative, $1.4 million with $400,000 subcontract to Naval Postgraduate School Early Model-based Event Recognition using Surrogates, Principal Investigator on subcontract from Virginia Tech, (PI: N. Ramakrishnan), Open Source Indicators (OSI) Program, Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA), Office of the Director of National Intelligence, up to $13.36 million contract, renewable based on performance; Sub-contract $367, National Resource Center in Latin American Studies Principal Investigator on subcontract from San Diego State University (PI: R. Falcon) U.S. Department of Education Title VI, subcontract $17,000
3 David R. Mares Page Re-evaluating the Economic Integration-Security Relationship: Insights from the Latin American Experience Principal Ivestigator, UCSD, Academic Senate Committee on Research, $ Re-evaluating the Central American Wars Principal Investigator, UCSD, Academic Senate Committee on Research, $ Civil-Military Relations in the Pacific Rim. University of California Pacific Rim Program, $10, Seminar Series on Ancient Politics (with Professor Victor Magagna of the Political Science Department, Program in International Studies and Affairs, UCSD. $2, "The Long Peace in South America, 1884-?" University of California, Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation. $14, "Triangulation and the Bush Initiative: Latin America in the United States-Japan Relationship"(principal investigator)university of California, Pacific Rim Research $60, Transnational Relations in Agricultural Trade: Implications for United States- Mexico Relations," External Research Service, US Department of State $500 RESEARCH AFFILIATIONS 2014 Guest Scholar, Brookings Institution 2013 Visiting Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies 2012 Inter-American Dialogue, Visiting Fellow Inter-American Dialogue Working Group on Energy Policy Tri-National Academic Group on Governance in North America (based at Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Studies, Mexico) 2007 Visiting Fellow in Energy Studies, James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy, Rice University, Houston, Texas 2001 Center for United States -Mexico Studies, University of California, San Diego 1997 Center for International Affairs, Harvard University 1997 Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO), Quito, Ecuador 1996 Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO), Quito, Ecuador 1995 Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO), Quito, Ecuador 1990 Instituto de Estudios Internacionales, Universidad de Chile Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University 1982 Center for United States-Mexico Studies, University of California, San Diego 1981 Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, Latin American Program 1980 Center for International Affairs, Harvard University 1979 Centro de Estudios Internacionales, El Colegio de México, Mexico City
4 David R. Mares Page 4 BOOKS Latin American Security Handbook co-editor with Arie Kacowicz, co-author of Introduction and Conclusion and author of one chapter (under contract with Routledge Press for 2014) Debating Civil-Military Relations in Latin America co-editor with Rafael Martínez, coauthor of Introduction, and author of a chapter and the conclusion (Sussex Academic Press, 2013) Latin America and the Illusion of Peace (International Institute for Security Studies/Routledge Press, 2012; Chinese translation in process) Institutions, Power, and Leadership in War and Peace: Lessons from Peru and Ecuador, with David Scott Palmer (University of Texas Press, 2012; Spanish Language edition, FLACSO-Ecuador 2012) Drug Wars and Coffeehouses: The Political Economy of Drug Policy (Congressional Quarterly Press, 2005) Latinoamérica: existe? (Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales-Chile, 2004) Violent Peace: Militarized Interstate Bargaining in Latin America. (Columbia University Press, 2001) The United States and Chile: Coming in from the Cold with Francisco Rojas Aravena, (Routledge 2001) Civil-Military Relations: Building Democracy and Regional Security in Latin America, Southern Asia and Central Europe as editor, (Westview Press, 1998) Penetrating the International Market: Theoretical Considerations and a Mexican Case. (Columbia University Press, 1987). Spanish translation, El Colegio de México, Reviewed in Chinese, Latin American Studies 5:1992, Institute in Latin American Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. JOURNAL ARTICLES The Governance of Shale Gas in Argentina Oil, Gas & Energy Law Intelligence, 12:3 June 2014 Between Market and State: Latin American Energy Policies in the 21st Century World Politics Review March 2013 Por que os latino-americanos continuam a se ameaçarem o uso da força militar nas relações intra latino-americanas Varia Historia vol.28, no 48, p July-December 2012 (in Portuguese) Constructing Real Peace and Security in Latin America: Minimizing the Moral Hazard Character of Security Institutions Pensamiento Propio Vol 36/37 July-December 2012 Il Paraguay e la democrazia in Sud America Aspenia (in Italian) With Jeremy Martin, Regional Energy Integration in Latin America: Lessons from Chile s Experience with Natural Gas Third World Quarterly Vol33 (1)12 February Resource Nationalism and Energy Security in Latin America: Implications for Global Oil Supplies Chinese Journal of Latin American Studies (in Chinese) 2011 Institutions, the Illegal Drug Trade, and Participant Strategies: What Corrupt or Pariah States Have In Common with Liberal Democracy and the Rule of Law' International Interactions, 35:2 2009
5 David R. Mares Page 5 Los temas tradicionales y la agenda latinoamericana Foreign Affairs Latinoamericana 8: Repercusiones para América Latina de los actos terroristas del 11 de septiembre de 2001 Apuntes de Política Exterior "El Sector Energético Latinoamericano Fuente de integración o fuente de conflicto?" Contrapunto America Latina 2006 Defendiendo a América? La ineficiencia institucional del sistema Inter-Americano Seguridad y Defensa III: 2005 Jorge I. Dominguez with David Mares, Manuel Orozco, David Scott Palmer, Francisco Rojas and Andrés Serbín, Disputas fronterizas en América Latina Foro Internacional XLIV:3 July-September 2004 Mary Ann Pentz, David Mares, Steve Schinke and Luanne Rohrbach, Political Science, Public Policy, and Drug Use Prevention Substance Use and Misuse 2004 U.S. Drug Policy and Mexican Civil-Military Relations: A Challenge for the Mutually Desirable Democratization Process Crime, Law and Social Change 2003 Boundary Disputes in the Western Hemisphere: Analyzing their Relationship to Democratic Stability, Economic Integration and Social Welfare Pensamiento Propio 6:14 July- December 2001 reprinted in Jorge I. Domínguez, ed., Conflictos Territoriales y Democracia en América Latina Buenos Aires: Siglo XXI, 2003 Deterrence in the Ecuador-Peru Enduring Rivalry: Designing Around Weakness Security Studies 6:2 Winter 1996/97 "La Guerra Fría en los Conflictos Latinoamericanos: Mitos y Realidades," Fuerzas Armadas y Sociedad, X:2 April-June 1995 "Foreign Policy in the ABC: The Burden of the Past, The Hope for the Future," Latin American Research Review, 29: "State Leadership in Economic Policy: A Collective Action Framework with a Colombian Case," Comparative Politics, 25:4, July "Escenarios de Seguridad en Europa Oriental y América Latina," Estudios Internacionales, XX, IV, January-March "Middle Powers Under Regional Hegemony: To Challenge or Acquiesce in Hegemonic Enforcement," International Studies Quarterly, December "Mexico's Foreign Policy as a Middle Power: The Nicaragua Connection ," Latin American Research Review XXIII, No.3, "Mexico's Challenge: Sovereignty and National Autonomy Under Interdependence," Third World Quarterly, 9:3, July 1988, pp Chinese translation in Research Materials in Latin American Studies, No. 5, "Explaining Choice of Development Strategies: Suggestions from Mexico ," International Organization, 39:4, Autumn 1985 "La Política Comercial: Racionalización, Liberalización y Vulnerabilidad," Foro Internacional 95, January-Maarch 1984 "México y Estados Unidos: el vínculo entre el comercio agrícola y la nueva relación energética," Foro Internacional 85, July-September 1981 BOOK CHAPTERS, MONOGRAPHS AND REPORTS Inter-State Security Issues in Latin America in Jorge I. Domínguez and Ana Covarrubias, eds., Handbook on Latin America s International Relations Routledge, forthcoming
6 David R. Mares Page 6 Analyzing Civil Unrest through Social Media," Ting Hua, Chang-Tien Lu, Naren Ramakrishnan, Feng Chen, Jaime Arredondo, David Mares, Kristen Summers, Computer, vol. 46, no. 12, pp , Dec. 2013, doi: /mc Obama et l Amerique latine: combattre les radicaux a l interieur et les terroristes a l etranger (Obama and Latin America: Building a Policy While Fighting Radicals at Home and Terrorists Abroad) in Isabelle Vagnoux, ed., Obama et le monde: Quel leadership pour les États-Unis? Editions de l'aube, 2013 Battles shift to Mexican energy bill s secondary laws The Oxford Analytica Daily Brief, December 20, 2013 Pemex s hopes hinges on oil reform in Mexico The Oxford Analytica Daily Brief, August 6, 2013 Shale Gas in Latin America: Opportunities and Challenges Energy Working Papers, Inter- American Dialogue, Global, local factors challenge Bolivia lithium hopes The Oxford Analytica Daily Brief, July 3, 2013 Defensa y Seguridad en el Hemisferio Occidental Atlas Comparativo de la Defensa en América Latina y Caribe 2012 RESDAL: Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2012 Intra-Latin American Relations: The Challenge of Promoting Cooperation While Defending Sovereignty in Peter Kingstone and Deborah Yashar, eds. Handbook of Latin American Politics, Routledge, 2011, 2 nd printing 2013 International Political Economy of Illegal Drugs Oxford Bibliographies Online: Political Science 2011 Oil Policy Reform in Resource Nationalist States: Lessons for Mexico Energy Forum Working Paper Series James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy, Lithium in Bolivia: Can Resource Nationalism Deliver for Bolivians and the World? Energy Forum Working Paper Series James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy 2010 Don Mario Ojeda, respetado profesor y querido mentor in Gustavo Vega Cánovas, ed., Alcances y Límites de la Política Exterior de México Ante el Nuevo Escenario Internacional: Ensayos en Honor de Mario Ojeda Mexico City: El Colegio de México, 2009 Resource Nationalism and Energy Security in Latin America: Implications for Global Oil Supplies Energy Forum Working Paper Series James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy, MaresResourceNationalismWorkPaper pdf What We're Thinking: Latin America's Changing Energy Landscape Opinion, James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy, June 03, Il caso della NOC venezuelana AGIEnergia, (in Italian) May 2009 Developing the U.S.-Mexico Border Region for a Prosperous and Secure Relationship (with Erika de la Garza) Baker Institute Policy Report 38, James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy, April 2009 Energy Security in the Context of Hyper-Mobilization (with Peter R. Hartley and Kenneth B. Medlock III) Energy Forum Working Paper Series James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy, MaresElassJaffeMedlock.pdf
7 David R. Mares Page 7 Energy Cooperation and Security in the Hemisphere: Mexican Challenges and Opportunities Task Force Policy Paper series Center for Hemispheric Policy, University of Miami Energy and Development: The Regional Integration Component in Cynthia J. Arnson and Jessica Varat, eds., Energy and Development in South America: Conflict and Cooperation Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars 2008 The National Security State in Thomas H. Holloway, ed., Blackwell Companion to Latin American History 2007 Confidence and Security-Building Measures as Inter-American Security Institutions: Relevance and Efficiency in Gordon Mace, Jean-Phillipe Thérien, and Paul Haslam, eds., Governing the Americas: Regional Institutions at the Crossroads Lynne Reinner, 2007 Venezuela s PDVSA and World Energy Markets: Corporate Strategies and Political Factors Determining its Behavior and Influence (with Nelson Altamirano) Energy Forum Working Paper Series James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy Altamirano.pdf March 2007 Natural Gas Pipelines in the Southern Cone in David G. Victor, Amy M. Jaffe and Mark H. Hayes, eds., Geopolitics and Natural Gas From 1970 to 2030 Cambridge University Press, 2006 Desafíos a la Seguridad Hemisférica En el Siglo XXI: Contribuciones Internacionales in Klaus Bodenheimer and Francisco Rojas, eds., La seguridad en las Américas. Nuevos y viejos desafíos. Iberoamericana / Vervuert, Madrid and Frankfort, 2005 El multilateralismo y la política exterior de Bush en el mundo post 11 de septiembre: Ha habido algún cambio? in Claudio Fuentes S., ed., Bajo la Mirada del Halcón Buenos Aires: Editorial Biblios, 2004 Natural Gas Pipelines in the Southern Cone Geopolitics of Gas Working Paper, 29 James A Baker III, Institute for Public Policy, Energy Forum, May f Atados por la necesidad o caminando juntos? Respuestas cooperativas y conflictivas a los retos de la seguridad in Agustín Maciel, ed., La seguridad nacional en las relaciones México-Estados Unidos San Luís Potosí: El Colegio de San Luís, 2003 El terrorismo de alcance global: bases para evaluar su impacto en el sistema internacional y en América Latina in Francisco Rojas Aravena, ed., Terrorismo de Alcance Global: Impacto y Mecanismos de Prevención en América Latina y El Caribe Santiago: FLACSO, 2003 Wars on Drugs and Civil-Military Relations: Challenges for Democratizing Countries in George Cristian Maior and Larry Watts, eds., Globalization of Civil-Military Relations: Democratization, Reform and Security Bucharest: Enciclopedica Publishing House, 2002 Country Study: Ecuador with Adrian Bonilla, in Crisis in the Andes? EU Response Capacities Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, Conflict Prevention Network, Berlin, 2001 Latin American Economic Integration And Democratic Control of the Military: Is There a Symbiotic Relationship? in David Pion-Berlin, ed., Civil-Military Relations in Latin America: New Analytical Perspectives. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2001 Boundary Disputes in the Western Hemisphere: An Overview of Where We Stand Working Papers Inter-American Dialogue, 2001
8 David R. Mares Page 8 Manejo de crisis en un estado democrático Cuadernos de Trabajo No. 14, Asunción, Paraguay: Centro Paraguayo para la Promoción de la Libertad Económica y de la Justicia Social, 2001 Exploring the Impact of Economic Cooperation on Political and Security Relations between Argentina and Chile report commissioned by The Henry L. Stimson Center on Economic Cooperation and Political and Security Relations, Estructura Institucional de un Estado en Función de la Defensa Nacional Documento de Trabajo 7 Asunción, Paraguay: Centro Paraguayo para la Promoción de la Libertad Económica y de la Justicia Social, 2000 Latin American Perspectives on the Causes, Prevention and Resolution of Deadly Intra- and Interstate Conflicts, New York: Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict, Web publication El Conflicto Ecuador-Perú Visto Desde Fuera: Un Análisis del Contenido de la Cobertura Periodística en los Estados Unidos y Gran Bretaña, in Adrian Bonilla, ed., Ecuador Perú: horizontes de la negociación y el conflicto Quito: FLACSO- Ecuador, 1999 Estructura Institucional de un Estado en Función de la Defensa Nacional Cuadernos de Trabajo 7 Asunción, Paraguay: Centro Paraguayo para la promoción de la libertad económica y de la justicia social, CEPPRO Political-Military Coordination in the Conflict Resolution Process: The Challenge for Ecuador in Gabriel Marcella and Richard Downes, eds., Security Cooperation in the Western Hemisphere: Resolving the Ecuador-Peru Conflict North-South Center Press, University of Miami, 1999 Securing Peace in the Americas in the Next Decade in Jorge I. Dominguez, ed., The Future of Inter-American Relations New York: Routledge, 1999 Strategic Balance and Confidence Building Measures in Latin America: The Historical Utility of an Ambiguous Concept in Joseph S. Tulchin and Francisco Rojas Aravena, eds., Strategic Balance and Confidence Building Measures in the Americas Woodrow Wilson Center Press and Stanford University Press, 1998 with Fernando Durán and Johanna Oliver, Regional Report: The Causes of Conflict in Central America The Hague: Netherlands Institute of International Relations, 1998 with Steven Bernstein, The Use of Force in Latin American Interstate Relations in Jorge I. Dominguez, ed., International Security & Democracy: Latin America and the Caribbean in the Post-Cold War Era Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1998; Spanish language reprint in in Jorge I. Domínguez, ed., Seguridad Internacional, Paz y Democracia en el Cono Sur Santiago: FLACSO-Chile, 1998 Regional Conflict Management in Latin America: Power Complemented by Diplomacy in David A. Lake and Patrick Morgan, eds., Regional Orders: Building Security in a New World University Park, PA: Penn State University Press, 1997 Equilibrios Estratégicos y Medidas de Confianza Mutua: La utilidad histórica de conceptos ambiguos in Francisco Rojas Aravena, ed., Balance Estrategico y Medidas de Confianza Mutua Santiago: FLACSO/P&SA/Wilson Center, 1997 En attendant Godot Le multilateralisme a-t-il un avenir en Amerique latine? (Looking for Godot: Can Multilateralism Work in Latin America This Time?) in Michel Fortmann & Stephane Roussel, eds., Multilateralisme et Securite Regionale Quebec: Institut Quebecois des Hautes Etudes Internationales, 1996
9 David R. Mares Page 9 Strategic Interests in the U.S.-Mexican Relationship in John Bailey and Sergio Aguayo Quezada, eds., Strategy and Security in U.S.-Mexican Relations: Beyond the Cold War San Diego: Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies, 1996; reprinted in in Sergio Aguayo Quezada and John Bailey, eds., Las Seguridades de México y Estados Unidos en un Momento de Transición México: Siglo XXI, 1997 Esquemas de seguridad regional: una perspectiva comparada in Estudio Estratégico de América Latina Vol Chile y Brasil: Desafios de la Cuenca del Pacífico Santiago: FLACSO/IPRI/CLADDE 1995 "Grand Strategy and Strategic Interests in the U.S.-Mexico Relationship." Working paper Series, Latin American Program, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., "Inter-American Security Communities: Concepts and Challenges," in Lars Schoultz, William Smith and Augusto Varas, eds., Security, Democracy and Development in the Western Hemisphere Miami: Transaction Books,1994. "Nuevas tendencias en la seguridad hemisférica: la aportación norteamericana" in Centro Latinoamericano de Defensa y Desarme and Programa de Estudios Conjuntos de Relaciones Internacionales de América Latina, eds., Estudio Estratégico de América Latina, 1992, Santiago, Chile: CLADDE-FLASCO-RIAL, "Continuidad y cambio en la agenda de seguridad do los Estados Unidos" in Gral. Leopoldo Porras and Augusto Varas, eds., El Espacio: Nueva Frontera para la Cooperación Hemisférica Santiago, Chile: FLACSO, 1992 "The Logic of Inter-American Cooperation on Drugs: Insights from Models of Strategic Interaction," in Peter S. Smith, Drug Policy in the Americas Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1992 "U.S. Trade in Mexican Economic Restructuring: Bilateralism Under a Multilateral Guise," in Michael Howard and Douglas Ross, eds., Mexico's Second Revolution? Burnaby Centre for International Affairs, Simon Fraser University, 1991 "Domestic Institutions and Shifts in Trade and Development Policy: Colombia " in John S. Odell and Thomas D. Willett, eds., International Trade Policies: Gains from Exchange Between Economics and Political Science University of Michigan Press, with Walter S. Powell, "Organizational Theory and the Development of a Nuclear Security Regime" in Robert Kahn and Mayer Zald, eds. Nations and Organizations Jossey- Bass, "The U.S.-Mexico Winter Vegetable Trade: Climate, Economics and Politics" in Bruce F. Johnston, et al., eds., U.S.-Mexico Relations: Agriculture and Rural Development Stanford University Press, Spanish translation in Lecturas del Fondo, "Consequencias sociales de la crisis económica en la argricultura" in Francisco Carrada- Bravo, ed., Problemas Económicos de México Mexico: Trillas, "Discussion on U.S.-Mexico Trade" in Consortium on Trade Research: Debt, Trade and Payments Issues of Developing Countries and U.S. Mexican Economic Interdependence Washington: International Economics Division, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1984 "Prospects for Mexico-U.S. Trade Relations in an Era of Economic Crisis and Restructuring" in Donald L. Wyman, ed., Mexico's Economic Crisis: Challenges and Opportunities San Diego: Center for U.S.-Mexico Studies, University of California, San Diego, 1983.
10 David R. Mares Page 10 "Agricultural Trade: Domestic Interests and Transnational Relations" in Jorge I. Dominguez, ed., Mexico's Political Economy: Challenges at Home and Abroad Beverly Hills: Sage, "Apuntes sobre la conceptualización de la frontera norte en un esquema de dependencia" in Mario Ojeda G., ed., Administración del desarrollo de la Frontera Norte Mexico: El Colegio de México, "The Evolution of U.S.-Mexican Agrucultural Relations: The Changing Roles of the Mexican State and Mexican Agricultural Producers," Working Papers in U.S.- Mexican Studies 16 San Diego: Program in U.S.-Mexican Studies, University of California, San Diego, "La articulación nacional y local y el desarrollo rural: la irrigación," América Indígena XL: 3, July-September 1980 BOOK REVIEWS John-Andrew NcNeish and Owen Logan, eds., Flammable Societies: Studies on the Socioeconomics of Oil and Gas. London: Pluto Press, 2012 Forum for Development Studies, Allan R. Brewer-Carias.Dismantling Democracy in Venezuela: The Chávez Authoritarian Experiment Cambridge University Press, 2010 Political Science Quarterly 2011 Enrique Desmond Arias, Drugs and Democracy in Rio de Janeiro: Trafficking, Social Networks, and Public Security University of North Carolina Press, 2006 Perspectives on Politics 6: Miguel Angel Centeno, Blood and Debt: War and the Nation-State in Latin America Pennsylvania State University Press, 2002 in Georgetown Journal of International Affairs Winter/Spring 2003 Guy Poitras, The Ordeal of Hegemony: The United States and Latin America Westview, 1990 in Political Science Quarterly. 106:3 Fall 1991 Roderic A. Camp, Intellectuals and the State in Twentieth-Century Mexico (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1985), in Political Science Quarterly 102:1 Spring 1987 Ann L. Hollick, U.S. Foreign Policy and the Law of the Sea, in Foro Internacional October- December WORK IN PROGRESS Resource Nationalism and Energy Security: Explaining a Complex Relationship through Latin America s Experiences (booklength MS) The Political Economy of Resource Nationalism and Rent Appropriation: With Illustrations from Lithium Politics in Bolivia (journal article) China's Investment in Latin American Energy Resources: Comparative Asian Perspectives (journal article) The Moderating Coup in Contemporary Latin America (journal article) Do Investors Punish the Militarization of Disputes? Evidence from the Western Hemisphere (journal article) with Daniel Lake
11 David R. Mares Page 11 International Institutions, Economic Interdependence and Security: Evidence from the 1969 War between Honduras and El Salvador (journal article) PAPERS AND TALKS PRESENTED, WORKSHOP PARTICIPATIONS Incipient Gas Governance in Argentina workshop, The Governance of Unconventional Gas Development outside the United States of America World Bank Institute, Washington, D.C., June 2-3, 2014 Political and Social Development in Latin America Institute for World History, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing May 30, 2014 China, Latin America & the U.S.: Grounds for Cooperation or Conflict? Institute for Latin American Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing May 29, 2014 Energy Cooperation Outlook for China and Latin Amercian BRICS Study Center, Fudan University, Shanghai, May 26, 2014 China s Green Energy Experience in Latin America Shanghai Forum, Shanghai, China, May 25, 2014 Caso Venezuela: Paradoja, análisis y prospectiva del país con mayor recursos del mundo Energy Workshop, Institute of the Americas, San Diego May 20, 2014 Workshop participant, Mexico s Energy Reform Nuffield College, Oxford University, May 14, 2014 Discussant, A Framework to Study Latin America s NOCs and Roundtable presenter, Workshop on Resource Nationalism and National Oil Companies in Latin America, Geopolitics of Energy Project, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University May 1, 2014 The Changing Geopolitics of Oil: Hydrocarbons in the Western Hemisphere Political Economy Days, Palomar Community College, April 16, 2014 Discussant, Latin American Security Studies panel, International Studies Association annual Meetings, Toronto March 29, 2014 Mario Ojeda: Classical Realist in the Developing World Seminar on Mario Ojeda Gomez, UCSD March 14, 2014 Chinese Investments in Latin American Energy US-Mexico-China workshop, Tijuana, Mexico January 17, 2014 Emerging Powers in an Era of Systemic Change: Brazil as an Emerging Revisionist Status Quo Power? Workshop Rising Powers: Is Peaceful Accommodation Possible? McGill University, Montreal, November 2, 2013 Shale Gas in Latin America: Challenges and Opportunities Inter-American Dialogue, Washington, D.C. September 25, 2013 Workshop participant, Peru Energy Roundtable Institute of the Americas, Lima, August 27, 2013 Discussant, IARPA and Open Source Indicators panel, IEEE International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics, Seattle, June 4-6, 2013 Discussant, Difficult International Relationships: Crises, Conflicts, and Competing Agendas in the Americas panel, Latin American Studies Association Annual Meetings, May 30-June 2, 2013, Washington, D.C. Discussant, Latin American Borders and Borderlands: Conflicts and Harmonies panel, Latin American Studies Association Annual Meetings, May 30-June 2, 2013, Washington, D.C.
12 David R. Mares Page 12 Workshop participant, China and Latin American Energy InterAmerican Dialogue, Washington, D.C. March 21, 2013 Obama and Latin America: Building a Policy While Fighting Radicals at Home and Terrorists Abroad Colloquium Les États-Unis et le Monde Science Po Aix, Aixen-Provence, November 15-17, 2012 Workshop participant, The rising economic powerhouses: Latin America s role in the global rebalancing Aspen Institute Italia, Rome, October 19-20, 2012 Spatial Surrogates to Forecast Social Mobilization and Civil Unrests with Feng Chen, Jaime Arredondo, Rupinder Paul Khandpur, Chang-Tien Lu, Dipak Gupta, and Naren Ramakrishnan Spatial Computing 2020 Workshop, Keck Center in Washington, D.C., September 10-11, 2012 Resource Extraction and Indigenous Resistance in the Andes Workshop on Borders and Border Security, Stanford University, June 18-19, 2012 Multilateral Conflict Management Failures in the Ecuador-Peru Conflict Asociación Latinoamericana de Ciencias Políticas, Quito, Ecuador June 13, 2012 Resource Nationalism in Latin America Latin American Studies Association Annual Conference, San Franciso, CA May 24, 2012 El Gas de Lutitas en EEUU y la Argentina: Retos y Oportunidades workshop Institute of the Americas, La Jolla, CA May 18, 2012 Can Latin America Help the Western Hemisphere become the Center of Energy? Breakfast Roundtable, The La Jolla Energy Conference, La Jolla, CA May 22, 2012 Venezuelan Gas Politics workshop on the Geopolitics of Gas, Rice University, Houston, TX May 10, 2012 Resource Nationalism and Energy Security in Latin America Center for Latin American Studies, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL April 2012 Shale Gas in Latin America: Challenges and Opportunities workshop, Energy Working Group, Inter-American Dialogue, Washington, DC February 27, 2012 Will the Center of the Oil and Gas World be Moving to the Western Hemisphere? Council on Foreign Relations, New York, New York February 2, 2012 The United States-Venezuela Relationship Workshop on Oil and International Conflict, Council on Foreign Relations, Washington, DC January 19, 2012 The Return of the Moderating Coup? Triennial Conference of the Research Committee on Armed Forces and Society, International Political Science Association, Ankara, Turkey, June 20, 2011 Workshop participant, Rice-Harvard Project on the Geopolitics of Natural Gas, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge May 23, 2011 Discussant, Security Challenges to Central American Energy Integration, Inter-American Dialogue Working Group on Energy, San Salvador, El Salvador May 14, 2011 Workshop participant, FUNDES and Inter-American Dialogue Working Group on Central America, San Salvador, El Salvador May 13, 2011 Workshop participant, The Nicaragua-Costa Rica Border Dispute FLACSO, San Jose, Costa Rica, May 11, 2011 Brazil s Energy Infrastructure and Indigenous Rights Legal Pluralism in Latin America: Challenges and Comparative Perspectives Conference, University of California, San Diego, May 5, 2011 The Future of Oil in Mexico James A. Baker III Institute of Public Policy, Rice University and Mexico Programme, Oxford University Study Presentation, Mexico City, Mexico, April 29, 2011 The Evolving Geopolitics of Natural Gas in Venezuela and Bolivia workshop The Changing Geopolitics of Natural Gas James A.Baker III Institute for Public Policy, Rice University, March 17, 2011 Geopolitical Visions in Latin America and Threats to National/Regional Security Special Operations Command-South (SOCSOUTH) Education February 14, 2011 Homestead ARB, Florida
13 David R. Mares Page 13 Post-Drug War Visions: What Comes after 40 Years? Army War College Seminar, University of California, San Diego February 8, 2011 The Politics of Energy Sector Reform workshop, The Future of Oil in Mexico Oxford University, Oxford, United Kingdom, November 2010 Mario Ojeda: Analista Sabio de la Politica Exterior Mexicana Keynote Speech, Seminar in Honor of Mario Ojeda, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, Tijuana, Mexico, November 20, 2010 Contemporary Challenges to Governability in Latin America, China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations, Beijing, China October 21, 2010 Lithium in Bolivia: Can Resource Nationalism Deliver for Bolivia and the World? Conference From Copenhagen to Cancún: New Challenges, New Alternatives and New Opportunities Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China, October 18, 2010 Resource Nationalism and Foreign Investment: A Cautionary Note China Development Bank, Beijing, China, October 19, 2010 Resource Nationalism in Latin America China National Offshore Oil Company, Beijing, China, October 20, 2010 The U.S.-Mexico Relationship: Towards a New Era? Annual Meeting, Latin American Studies Association, Toronto, Canada October 6-9, 2010 Commentator, panel Political Economy of Security I: Resources, Rents and Strategy in Contemporary South America" Annual Meeting, Latin American Studies Association, Toronto, Canada October 6-9, 2010 Lithium in Bolivia: Can Resource Nationalism Deliver for Bolivians and the World? Conference Energy Market Consequences of an Emerging U.S. Carbon Management Policy, James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy, Rice University, Houston, September 27-28, 2010 Interstate Security Threats in Latin America Conference, Global Strategic Review, International Institute of Strategic Studies, Geneva, Switzerland, September 2010 Citizen Security, Democracy and the Civil-Military Relationship: Challenges and an Appraisal Conference, Las relaciones civiles-militares en sociedades en transformación: América Latina y Europa organized by the Fundación CIDOB, RESDAL, the Open Society Foundation and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, Barcelona, Spain, July 15, 16, 2010 Participant, Conference After the crisis: Europe and Latin America, organized by the Aspen Institute Italy, Madrid, Spain, July 8, 2010 El Nacionalismo de Recursos Naturales Workshop Las Geopolíticas de Energía en Latinoamérica y el Caribe, Institute of the Americas, La Jolla, 2010 Participant, Inter-American Dialogue Energy Working Group, Washington, DC, March 25, 2010 Will the Moderating Coup Return to Latin America Seminar presentation, Naval Postgraduate School, March 2010 Caso PDVSA Workshop Las Geopolíticas de Energía en Latinoamérica y el Caribe, Institute of the Americas, La Jolla, May 8, 2009 Caso Colombia Workshop Las Geopolíticas de Energía en Latinoamérica y el Caribe, Institute of the Americas, La Jolla, May 9, 2009 "Bolivian Energy Security and Social Mobilization" Energy Futures Symposium, University of San Diego, May 6, 2009 The Political Economy of Resource Nationalism and Energy Security in Latin America Buffett Center for International and Comparative Studies, Northwestern University, April 2009 Drugs and Violence Conference Improving Border Policies: A Strategic Vision for the Competitive and Sustainable Development of the U.S.-Mexico Border Region
14 David R. Mares Page 14 Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, Washington, D.C., December 5, 2008 Discussant, Workshop on Forum Shopping and Overlapping Institutions in Latin America: How Territorial Disputes are Resolved (or not) via Institutional Mediation? SAIS Johns Hopkins, Washington, D.C. October 26, 2009 Rappateur, Panel Changing the Energy Matrix: Renewable Energy, Biofuels and Carbon Trading Forum Energy in the Americas: The Next 25 Years, Institute of the Americas, San Diego, CA November 14, 2008 Modelo de negociación de conflictos: el caso peruano-ecuatoriano Symposium Ecuador- Peru: Evaluacion de una Década de Paz y Desarrollo. FLACSO Ecuador, October 2008 Participant, Conference on Trade and Investment in the Americas. Sponsored by Andean Development Corporation CAF, the Organization of American States (OAS), and the Inter-American Dialogue, Washington, DC, September 10-11, 2008 Participant, Fourth Annual Western Hemisphere Energy Security and Cooperation sponsored by the Institute of the Americas, the International Biofuels Commission (IBC), and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) Washington, DC, September 9, 2008 Rational Citizens and Defense Budgets: A Critique of the Pion-Berlin/TrinkunasThesis International Political Science Association, Research Committee Armed Forces and Society Triennial Conference, Santiago, Chile, June 28, 2008 PDVSA y el Proyecto Nacional de Hugo Chavez: De Donde Viene, Hacia Donde Va? Third Annual Geopolitics of Energy seminar, Institute of the Americas, La Jolla May 8, 2008 Fundamentos para analizar la política del régimen energético en Latinoamérica Third Annual Geopolitics of Energy seminar, Institute of the Americas, La Jolla May 8, 2008 Energy Cooperation and Security in the Hemisphere: Mexican Challenges and Opportunities, University of Miami, for the Center for Hemispheric Policy Task Force Energy Cooperation and Security in the Hemisphere April 23 & 24, 2008 Energy Issues on the Border: Unrealized Gains workshop The Security and Prosperity Partnership: Expanding the Boundaries of North America? University of Southern California, Los Angeles April 11, 2008 "The Political Economy of Resource Nationalism in Latin America" Political Economy Days, Palomar College, San Marcos April 9, 2008 Securing Energy in an Era of Resource Nationalism: The Challenges for Brazil and Lula Annual Conference, International Studies Association, San Francisco, March 2008 Hacia una gobernanza común de los recursos energéticos y de las externalidades? workshop National solutions to trans-border problems? The challenges for building cross-border governance practices in Post-NAFTA North America. Technological Institute of Monterrey, Mexico March 10 and 11, 2008 Discussant, Workshop on Mexico s National Security: Domestic and International Dimensions Oxford University, Oxford, England, January 30, 2008 Energy Security in a Context of Hyper-Mobilization: A Bolivian Illustration Joint Workshop on Global Risk in Energy Markets, James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy and Institute for Energy Economic of Japan, Rice University, Houston, TX December 14, 2007 Energy in Latin America: Conflict and Cooperation Latin American Program, Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, Washington, D.C. November 28, 2007
15 David R. Mares Page 15 La Integración Gasífera en el Cono Sur: El nacionalismo enfrenta al regionalismo El Colegio de Mexico, Mexico City, September 12, 2007 Discussant, Mexican National Security Panel, Annual Meetings, Latin American Studies Association, Montreal, Canada September 2007 Mexico and the Drug Threat: Old issue, New Threats, New Opportunities? Mexican National Security Workshop, co-sponsored with the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Western Hemisphere Affairs. National Defense University, Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, D.C. May 31, 2007 The Threat to Security in the Americas: Appraising Inter-State Conflicts The New Security Equation in the Americas, 4 th Colloquium of the Academic Forum of the Summits of the Americas, Quebec City, May 25-26, 2007 Estructuras Políticas de Energía: Instituciones Políticas, Sociales y de Gobierno Workshop for Latin American Journalists, Institute of the Americas, San Diego, May 17, 2007 Geopolítica: Integración Energética y Mercados Globales Workshop for Latin American Journalists, Institute of the Americas, San Diego, May 18, 2007 Natural Gas in the Southern Cone and Brazil: Necessary Considerations for its Future Development Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, D.C. March 15, 2007 Kissinger s Legacies in South America Kissinger in Context Roundtable, Whittier College, January 15, 2007 International Dynamics, Regional Institutions and the Balance of Power in South America Seminario PUC/Minas, Bello Horizonte, Brazil, November 2006 Las repercusiones que ha tenido para América Latina los actos terroristas del 11 de septiembre de 2001 en el campo de la seguridad Instituto Matías Romero, Mexican Foreign Ministry, Mexico City, October 2006 From Lebanon to Iraq and Beyond: US Civilian-Military Relations in the War on Terror International Political Science Association annual meetings, Fukuoka, Japan July 2006, Chavez and the New PDVSA: latest developments Japan Petroleum and Energy Council, Tokyo, May 17, 2006, Where is Chávez Heading? Tsukuba University, Tsukuba, Japan May 16, 2006 The Domestic and Foreign Politics of Hugo Chávez Latin American Studies Group (of Japan), Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan May 19, 2006 The Role of PDVSA on World Energy Markets The James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy at Rice University. December 15, 2005 Discussant, Workshop Global Determinants of Defense Reform, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey September 9-10, 2005 Democracy and the Threat of Terrorism Research Committee on Armed Forces and Society RC # 24 International Political Science Association 2005 Conference: The Military And Civil Society in Global Change: Security in an Age of Terrorism Shanghai, China June 28, 2005 La política y el foto ensayo Jose Martí Instituto Internacional de Periodismo, Havana, Cuba, May 20, 2005 America Latina frente a los EE.UU. Centro de Estudios de Información de la Defensa Havana, Cuba May 19, 2005 Las relaciones y proyecciones de la política de los EEUU hacia América Latina Centro de Estudios sobre Estados Unidos, Havana, Cuba May 18, 2005
16 David R. Mares Page 16 Discussant, FLACSO, Quito, Ecuador April 19, 2005 Discussant, Research Protocol Meeting, The Role of the National Oil Companies on World Energy Markets Baker Institute for Public Policy, Rice University, May 2, 2005 Discussant, Panel The Mafia Kaleidoscope: How IR Theory Paradigms Inform Understanding of Transnational Organized Crime International Studies Association Annual Meetings, Honolulu, Hawa ii March 1-5,2005 Discussant, Panel War, Peace and Regime Type in the Western Hemisphere International Studies Association Annual Meetings, Honolulu, Hawa ii March 1-5,2005 Explaining Inter-American Security Institutions: Goals, Strategies, Choices and Evolution Workshop "What Institutions for the Americas". Université Laval, Québec, Canada March 11 - March 13, 2005 La participación de la sociedad civíl en la agenda hemisférica I Seminário "A relação Estados Unidos - América Latina na Ordem Mundial Hoje" Instituto de Relacoes Internacionais, Universidad Católica, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, November 2004 Seguridad Humana en la Lucha Anti-terrorista Norteamericana Annual Meetings, Latin American Studies Association, Las Vegas, October 2004 Navigating Globalization World Public Forum Conference Dialogue of Civilizations Rhodes, Greece September 29, 2004 South American Gas Pipelines Conference on Natural Gas Pipelines, Baker Institute, Rice University May 27, 2004 Los desafíos al multilateralismo: Estados Unidos y el sistema internacional Workshop, El efecto de la política exterior Estadounidense en el Cono Sur FLACSO-Chile, March 27, 2004 Santiago, Chile Los conflictos regionales, la violencia y su regulación 51 st Congreso de Latinoamericanistas, Santiago, Chile July 2003 Relación EEUU-América Latina desde la perspectiva chilena Annual Meetings, Latin American Studies Association, Dallas, March 27-29, 2003 La Arquitectura del sistema internacional y América Latina. Primer Congreso Latinoamericano de Ciencia Política July 9-11, 2002 Salamanca, Spain. Commentator, Panel on U.S.-Latin American Relations, Primer Congreso Latinoamericano de Ciencia Política July 9-11, 2002 Salamanca, Spain Wars on Drugs and Civil-Military Relations: Challenges for Democratizing Countries International Conference of the Research Committee on Armed Forces and Society of the International Political Science Association, with the sponsorship of the Romanian Presidency, the Romanian Ministry of Defense and the Romanian parliament. June 28-30, 2002 Bucharest, Romania Does International Capital Produce Peace? Evidence from Militarized Incidents in the Western Hemisphere co-authored with Daniel R. Lake, Western Political Science Association, Annual Meetings, Long Beach, CA March 2002 Pequeños países, nuevos conflictos: propuestas políticas y estratégias regionales Conference Pequeños Países Frente a la Globalización, Sociedad, Defensa y Seguridad sponsored by the Pontifícia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, The National Endowment for Democracy and ILDIS, Quito, March 2002 El terrorismo de alcance global: bases para evaluar su impacto en el sistema internacional y en América Latina Conference Terrorismo de Alcance Global: Impacto y Mecanismos de Prevención en América Latina y El Caribe, FLACSO-Chile, Santiago November 28, 2001
17 David R. Mares Page 17 Boundary Disputes in the Western Hemisphere: Analyzing Their Relationship to Democratic Stability, Economic Integration and Social Welfare workshop Boundary Disputes in Latin America Inter-American Dialogue, Washington, D.C., February 26, 2001 Conceptualizing Mexican Grand Strategy, Seminar Series Center for U.S.- Mexico Relations, University of California, San Diego, January 24, 2001 Military and Security Institutions in Developing Countries: Challenges for Governance and Conflict Management workshop Political-Military Relations Netherlands Institute of International Relations Clingendael, The Hague, January 16, 2001 A Bargaining Model of Power Sharing Among Civil War Rivals workshop Power Sharing and Internal Conflict Netherlands Institute of International Relations Clingendael, The Hague, January 15, 2001 Drug Interdependence in a Globalized Economy Regional Security Speaker Series, University of San Diego, November 15, 2000 Atados por la Necesidad o Caminando Juntos? Respuestas Cooperativas y Conflictivas a los Retos de la Seguridad workshop National Security Issues in U.S.-Mexican Relations. El Colegio de San Luis, San Luis Potosí, Mexico, October 5-6, 2000 El Manejo de Crisis en un Contexto de Democracia workshop, Instituto de Altos Estudios Estratégicos Asunción, Paraguay July 18, 2000 "Economic Integration and Security in South America" Regional Security Speaker Series, University of San Diego May 8, 2000 The Security Dilemma and Economic Integration: Suggestions from Latin America Program in International Security Policy, University of Chicago, April 18, 2000 The Challenge for Security Studies in Latin America Latin American Studies Association Annual Meetings, March 17, 2000 Chile-U.S. Relations After the End of the Cold War workshop U.S.-Latin American Relations, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México, Mexico City, August 1999 Six presentations on civil-military relations at Paraguayan military centers of education for the U.S. Embassy, Asuncion, Paraguay, June 1999 Estructura Institucional de un Estado en Funcion de la Defensa Nacional workshop Defensa Nacional: Estructura institucional del Estado. Funciones y Responsabilidades organized by CEPPRO and USAID. Asuncion, Paraguay June 18-19, 1999 Chair, panel Conflicts from the Perspective of Assessment Models colloquium, Violent Conflict: Implications for International Development, sponsored by Tulane University Institute for International Development and Netherlands Institute of International Relations, Arlington, VA May, 1999 The Origins and Evolution of Civil War in Central America Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Hague, Netherlands, November 1998 The Ecuador-Peru Conflict Seen From Afar: A Content Analysis of Major Newspaper Coverage in the U.S. and Great Britain conference Ecuador y Peru: vecinos amigos. Organized by FLACSO-Ecuador and DESCO-Peru and sponsored by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Quito, Ecuador October 19-20, 1998 Understanding the Life Cycle of Central America s Civil Wars Dakar, Senegal, October, 1998 The Myth of U.S. Management of Conflict in Latin America Security Studies Seminar, MIT December, 1997
18 David R. Mares Page 18 Violent Peace: Explaining the Use of Force in Latin American Foreign Policy John M. Olin Institute for Strategic Studies, Harvard University, December 9, 1997 Military Professionalization and Democratic Politics: Mutually Reinforcing or Threatening? Boston Area Committee on Latin American Studies, Cambridge, MA November 11, 1997 Still Much to Fight About: MIDs in Latin America David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard University, October, 1997 Military Professionalization and Force Modernization as a Contribution to Democratic Consolidation Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, October 22, 1997 Political-Military Coordination in the Conflict Resolution Process:The Challenge for Ecuador conference Security Cooperation in the Western Hemisphere: Lessons from the 1995 Ecuador-Peru Conflict Co-sponsored by the U.S. Southern Command, the U.S. Army War College, and The North-South Center of the University of Miami. Miami, December 5-6, 1996 Lessons from the Failure of Central American Conflict Management in the One Hundred Hours War Conference Causes of Conflict in the Third World sponsored by the Fundación Arias para la Paz and the Netherlands Institute of International Relations, December 9, 1996 Democracia y seguridad seminar Ecuadorian Air Force, sponsored by the Asociación Lationamericana de los Derechos Humanos, Quito, July 1996 Ethnic Groups in U.S. Foreign Policy: Theoretical Considerations Western Political Science Association Annual Meetings, San Francisco, March 1996 Civil-Military Relations and the Regional Neighborhood Conference, Civil-Military Relations in Comparative Perspective, San Diego, November 1995 Deterrence and Democracies: The Case of Ecuador and Peru Conference, The Rational Deterrence Theory Debate: Success and Failure in Enduring Rivalries Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA September, 1995 The Use of Force in Latin American Interstate Relations conference Security, Peace, and Democracy in Latin America and the Caribbean: Challenges for the Post-Cold War Era Inter-American Dialogue, Washington, D.C., September, 1995 Balances estratégicos en América Latina workshop Balance Estratégico y Medidas de Confianza Mútua, Ministry of Foreign Relations, Mexico City, August 1995 La Disuasión y el Conflicto Ecuador-Peru Escuela de Guerra, Ecuadoran Air Force, August 1995 Militarized Conflicts in Latin America Inter-American Dialogue, Washington, D.C., June 1995 Looking for Godot: Can Multilateralism Work in Latin America This Time? Centre for International Relations, Queen s University, Kingston, Canada May 1995 Diversionary Conflict in Venezuelan-Colombian Relations Center for Iberian and Latin American Studies, UCSD, April, 1995 Las Relaciones Cívico-Militares y el Papel de los Militares Latinoamericanos en la Pos- Guerra Fria Instituto de Altos Estudios de la Defensa Nacional, Caracas, Venezuela March 1995 Building a Workable Relationship Between Civilians and the Military United States Air Force Special Operations School, Hurlburt Field, Florida, March 1995
19 David R. Mares Page 19 The Failure of the Balance of Power in the Ancient Mediterranean: Alexander and Rome Workshop, Politics in the Ancient World, University of California, San Diego Participant, workshop North American Security in the Time of NAFTA. National Defense University, Washington, D.C., September Participant, conference Sociedad y Política: México y Estados Unidos. Una Visión Reciproca. El Colégio de la Frontera Norte, Tijuana, Mexico, August The Organization of Security in Latin America, workshop Regional Security, Laguna Beach, CA, June Establishing Effective Civilian Oversight: Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela Compared, workshop Civil-Military Relations in Latin American: Trends in Strengthening Civil Authority Over the Armed Forces. Evidence Based Research, Central Intelligence Agency, Vienna, Virginia, June Regional Security Regimes: A Comparative Perspective, conference Post Cold War International Security in Latin America. Center for Strategic Studies, Brasilia, Brazil, May "Democratic Government and the Future Patterns of Civil-Military Government in South America," conference Global Change and Hemispheric Security. Sponsored by the John M. Olin Institute for Strategic Studies and Fundaycucho, Peru at Harvard University, November Participant, Fifth American-Argentine Forum. co-sponsored by the Inter-American Dialogue and the Georgetown School of Foreign Service, Airlie House, Virginia, November "Realism and Foreign Policy," conference Neorealism and Interdependence: Studying the International Relations of the Americas Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas, Mexico City, October Participant, workshop Security in the Americas, National Defense University, Washington, D.C., September "Militarized Interstate Disputes and Institutional Constraints: Evidence from Latin America," Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C., September "Strategic Interests in the U.S.-Mexico Relationship," Study Group on Mexico-U.S. Strategic Interests and Perspectives, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., June 11, "La agricultura en la política exterior norteamericana" Grupo de Trabajo sobre Agrucultura, Ganadería y Silvicultura de la Red Nacional de Investigadores Sobre la Cuenca del Pacífico, Universidad Autónoma de Nayarit, Tepíc, Mexico, June Organizer, "Security and the Military in South America" workshop, University of California, San Diego, June 4-5, "The Dangers of Reconceptualizing Security," conference Regional Security Regimes, University of California, San Diego, March "Inter-American Security Communities: Concepts and Challenges," conference Security, Democracy and Development in the Western Hemisphere, North-South Center, University of Miami, February, Participant at the workshop on "Reconceptualizing Regions," University of California, Irvine, February "The Future of Conflict Resolution in the Western Hemisphere: International Influences," conference Redefining National Security, Latin American Program, Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, Washington, D.C., November 1992.
20 David R. Mares Page 20 "National Interests and Strategic Options in the U.S.-Mexico Relationship after the Cold War," workshop U.S. and Mexican National Interests and Strategic Options in the Post-Cold War Era, Tepoztlan, Mexico, October "South American Security Relations in the Post-Cold War," Third Annual Workshop on Latin American Security Issues, sponsored by the Defense Intelligence College, Santa Fe, New Mexico, May Participant, workshop Global Transformations and Peace: Arms Control, Disarmament and the Resolution of Conflicts in the Western Hemisphere in the Post-Cold War Period, Miami, February Organizational Meeting for the "Study Group on Mexico-U.S. Security Interests and Perspectives," funded by the MacArthur Foundation and Coordinated by Center for Latin American Studies, Georgetown University, held in San Diego, March "Continuidad y cambio en la agenda de seguridad de los Estados Unidos" workshop sponsored by the Centro de Estudios Aeronauticos y del Espacio, Chilean Air Force Academy, Santiago, Chile, November "Molding Social Coalitions in Favor of Free Trade: Chile and Mexico Compared," workshop The Politics of North American Free Trade, University of California, Berkeley, November Discussant, Inter-University Seminar on the Armed Forces and Society, Baltimore, October "Nuevas tendencias en la seguridad hemisférica:la aportación norteamericana" Annual Convention, Relaciones Internacionales de America Latina, Asunción, Paraguay, June "Post Cold-War Security Issues in South America," workshop Conceptual Approaches in the Third World, San Diego, May "The Logic of Inter-American Cooperation on Drugs: Insights from Models of Strategic Interaction" workshop Strategies for International Collaboration, sponsored by the Inter-American Commission on Drug Policy, Washington, D.C., February "Escenarios de seguridad internacional para América Latina y Europa Oriental en la pos- Guerra Fría Instituto de Estudios Internacionales, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile, September "Los Estados Unidos y la democratización en el cono sur workshop Estados Unidos y la transicion a la democracia en Argentina, Brasil y Chile sponsored by FLACSO- Chile, Santiago, Chile, September "Conceptualizaciones militares de amenaza Instituto de Estudios Internationales, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile, November "Aspectos económicos y militares de la crisis del Golfo Pérsico workshop, Instituto de Estudios Internacionales, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile, November "El nuevo order mundial y la crisis del Golfo Pérsico Universidad de Tarapacá, Arica, Chile, November "Security Scenarios in Eastern Europe and Latin America," Foreign Ministry, East Berlin, German Democratic Republic, June 15, "Argentine Grand Strategy and U.S. Regional Hegemony, ," Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, Washington, D.C., March 28, "U.S.-Mexican Trade Relations and the Present Economic Crisis," conference A Second Mexican Revolution, Centre for International Studies, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada, August 18-19, 1989.
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