[PAST EVENT] ISIS and the Islamic State: The Rise of a Security Threat and the American-led Response
November 6, 2014
Daniel Masters is an Associate Professor of Political Science and Assistant Chair for the Department of Public and International Affairs at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. Dr. Masters' research focuses broadly on international security and specifically on collective action and terrorism, structural theories of terrorism, and foreign imposed regime change. His research has been published in Political Psychology, Terrorism and Political Violence, Contemporary Security Policy and Democracy & Security. Dr. Masters is currently researching political violence within the marketplace of political behavior.