Christopher Faulkner is a Ph.D. candidate in the Security Studies Program in the Department of Political Science at the University of Central Florida. He received his Master of Public Administration in 2010 and his Master of Arts in International Conflict Management and Resolution in 2013 from the University of North Carolina Wilmington. His research interests include civilian victimization in war, child soldiering, rebel recruitment and violence, terrorism, and counterterrorism effectiveness.
Security Studies Ph.D. candidate Christopher Faulkner recently published an article in the journal Civil Wars. Faulkner’s article titled “Buying Peace? Civil War Peace Duration and Private Military & S... Read more
Security Studies Ph.D. candidate Rebecca Schiel won the grand prize in the Jim Winkates Graduate Student Paper Competition, awarded by the International Studies Association’s Southern region. Schiel’s paper... Read more
Security Studies Ph.D. candidates Rebecca Schiel and Christopher Faulkner, along with assistant professor Jonathan Powell, recently published an analysis in the journal Africa Spectrum. Their analysis, titled... Read more
Christopher Faulkner and Joshua Lambert, both a part of the Security Studies Ph.D. program, won the 2017 Florida Political Science Association’s (FPSA) Best Graduate Paper Award for their paper titled, “Si... Read more
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