Director, Center for Latin American Studies Professor, Department of International Studies Dr. Armony has published extensively about democratization, civil society, human rights, military issues, and the role of China in Latin America. Dr. Armony has been a resident fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and a Fulbright Scholar at Nankai University in Tianjin, China. […]
Can speak about Latin America, Central America, drug trafficking and conflict in the region.
Professor Wagner’s scholarship and teaching focuses on international law and comparative law, namely in the areas of military contractors, modern technology in present-day conflicts, the interplay between law and science in the WTO, as well as the domestic impact of international law. Department Bio/CV