On Monday, April 27th at 6:30pm at the Colgate Bookstore, Danielle Lupton, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Colgate University, will present her new book, Reputation for Resolve. Copies of her book will be available for purchase and signing.
How do reputations form in international politics? What influence do these reputations have on the conduct of international affairs? In Reputation for Resolve, Danielle L. Lupton takes a new approach to answering these enduring and hotly debated questions by shifting the focus away from the reputations of countries and instead examining the reputations of individual leaders.
Danielle L. Lupton is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Colgate University. She has published articles in Political Analysis, Political Research Quarterly, International Interactions, and the Journal of Global Security Studies. Follow her on Twitter @ProfLupton or on her website at daniellelupton.com.
“Reputation for Resolve marshals impressive evidence that leaders, not states, signal firmness in interstate disputes. The book is an important contribution to the debate over whether and how resolve matters in international politics.”Elizabeth N. Saunders, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, author of Leaders at War