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Lee Joseph Marshall Seymour

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Faculté des arts et des sciences - Département de science politique

Pavillon Lionel-Groulx office C-3118

ljm.seymour@umontreal.ca

514 343-6111 #3909

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The Politics of Foreign Military Training: Military Effectiveness, Human Rights and Governance Projet de recherche au Canada / 2017 - 2022

Lead researcher : Lee Joseph Marshall Seymour
Co-researchers : Théodore McLauchlin
Funding sources: CRSH/Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada
Grant programs: PVXXXXXX-Subvention Savoir

Chaire du Canada - Politics of Violence Projet de recherche au Canada / 2016 - 2021

Lead researcher : Lee Joseph Marshall Seymour
Funding sources: SPIIE/Secrétariat des programmes interorganismes à l’intention des établissements
Grant programs: PVX50399-Chaires de recherche du Canada

The politics of foreign military training: military effectiveness, human rights and governance Projet de recherche au Canada / 2018 - 2020

Lead researcher : Lee Joseph Marshall Seymour
Co-researchers : Théodore McLauchlin
Funding sources: CRSH/Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada
Grant programs: PVXXXXXX-Subvention Savoir - Supplément Initiatives connexes

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E Pluribus Unum, Ex Uno Plures: Explaining Fragmentation in Movements of Self-Determination, with Kristin Bakke and Kathleen Cunningham, Journal of Peace Research53(1), 2016: 3-18. 

The ICC and Africa: Rhetoric, Hypocrisy Management and Legitimacy, in Kamari Clarke, Abel Knottnerus, and Eefje de Volder (eds.) Africa and the International Criminal Court, forthcoming with Cambridge University Press.

Why Factions Switch Sides: Rivalry, Patronage and Alignment in Sudan’s Civil Wars, International Security, 39(2), 2014: 92-131.

Let’s Bullshit! Arguing, Bargaining and Dissembling over Darfur, European Journal of International Relations, 20(3), 2014: 571-595.

Shirts Today, Skins Tomorrow: The Effects of Fragmentation on Self-Determination Disputes, with Kathleen Cunningham and Kristin Bakke, Journal of Conflict Resolution 56(1), 2012: 67-93.

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