WHO WILL BLINK FIRST? SIGNALLING IN CONFLICT ESCALATION: CASES OF UKRAINE AND SYRIA

WHO WILL BLINK FIRST? SIGNALLING IN CONFLICT ESCALATION: CASES OF UKRAINE AND SYRIA
By Galymzhan Kirbassov (UN Assistance Mission in Somalia)

WEDNESDAY, 20 JANUARY
16:00–17:00 / HALL 237
Valikhanov Building / KIMEP UNIVERSITY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Galymzhan Kirbassov is an Information Analyst-Political Affairs in United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia which is one of the field missions of the UN Department of Political Affairs. Before, has been involved in the multi-stakeholder negotiations on the United Nations Post-2015 Development Agenda, with particular attention to the effects of peace on sustainable development. He served as a member of several steering committees in the UN Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals and UN DPI/NGO and organized discussion panels on the effects of traditional and formal institutions on building trust and lowering the cost of bargaining among groups in post-conflict states. His PhD dissertation is on signalling models in international conflict escalation and how competition among political parties affects strength of threats to use military force. Recently, Mr. Kirbassov taught classes at Columbia University as an adjunct faculty.

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