Robert M. Demgenski
Political Science / Ph.D. Student
security and strategic studies
Robert Demgenski is a Ph.D. Student
in Political Science at Syracuse University. His research focuses on the
conduct of war and the causes and outcomes of international and internal
conflicts. A veteran of the Israel Defense Forces and former Argov Fellow in
Leadership & Diplomacy, his interest in political science stems from
experience working with orphans of the civil war in Congo-Brazzaville and a
short stint in politics with the German Free Democratic Party (FDP). He studied
international affairs at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland, holds a
B.A. in Government, Diplomacy & Strategy (magna cum laude) from IDC
Herzliya, Israel, and an M.A. in Political Science from Syracuse University.
“Conflict and Collaboration in International Relations Theory,”
(with Miriam F. Elman) in Louis Kriesberg and Catherine Gerard (eds.), Conflict
and Collaboration: For Better or Worse (under review).