Posted Thursday, June 23rd, 2016
Peter Krause, a dynamic speaker and emerging expert on global terrorism, will discuss the rise of ISIS and how it’s terrorist actions are impacting all Americans, during a “Lunch with Peter Krause” offered next Wednesday, June 29, by the Morris County Chamber of Commerce.
The event, including registration and lunch, will run from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., at the Park Savor, 236 Ridgedale Avenue in Florham Park.
Krause’s research and writing focuses on international security, Middle East politics, political violence, and national movements. His book Rebel Power: Why National Movements Compete, Fight, and Win is forthcoming in the Cornell Studies in Security Affairs series with Cornell University Press.
He is completing a co-edited volume entitled The Power to Hurt: Coercion in Theory and Practice, and articles on territorial control, intrastate negotiation, and the effectiveness of terrorism.
He has previously published articles on the causes and effectiveness of political violence, U.S. intervention in the Syrian civil war, the politics of division within the Palestinian national movement, the war of ideas in the Middle East, and a reassessment of U.S. operations at Tora Bora in 2001.
The more than 880 members of the Morris County Chamber of Commerce represent the backbone of the business community in Morris County. Their collective investment of resources and volunteer spirit represents a vote of confidence in our agenda—to help businesses grow; provide impactful education and professional development training; influence public policy; drive economic development and job growth; and partner with the not-for-profit community to make Morris County the best place to live and work in New Jersey.