William Nomikos

Assistant Professor of Political Science

William Nomikos’s research aims to understand the conditions under which international actors successfully bring order, peace, and stability to fragile and weakly institutionalized settings. His work shows that conflict and post-conflict settings have been shaped by decades of interethnic relations, formed by colonialism or responses to colonialism. International intervention in conflict settings is best under stood as part of this long and complex history of racialized relations between domestic groups and foreign actors.

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