Pardee Center Research Associate Collin Meisel, Diplometrics Project Manager Whitney Doran, and Pardee Center Research Aides Marianne Hughes and Caroline Plante published a piece, Does China have the most diplomatic pull on the planet?, in The Hill.
Collin Meisel was invited to attend a net assessment course with the Army Future Studies Group (AFSG) in May 2019.
In April 2019, Research Associate Collin Meisel led a training for U.S. Army Future Studies Group (AFSG) fellows in Arlington, VA. The workshop included the construction of futures scenarios for the strategic and operational environment from 2030 to 2050. AFSG fellows later briefed their scenario results and implications to the Chief of Staff of the U.S.
In October 2019, Research Associates Austin Matthews and Collin Meisel presented "Modeling United States trade protectionism and shifting regional influence" and "How to win and lose in a new era of mass migration," respectively, at the Annual Meeting of the International Security Studies Section of the International Studies Association and the International Security and Arms Control Section of
Director Jonathan Moyer presented at the keystone session of the Alexandria Dialogues, an event sponsored by the UN and in collaboration with the Government of Egypt and the Bibliotecha Alexandria. He presented on issues of epistemology and forecasting with the former minister of finance.
On December 5th and 6th of 2019, Director Jonathan Moyer presented at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, as well as a briefing on Capitol Hill. Alongside him were UN leadership officials and together they spoke about the impact of conflict in Yemen on development and the achievement of the sustainable development goals.
Along with the UN's 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly, the launch of Yemen's second Impact of War report entitled: "Assessing The Impact of Conflict in Yemen on The Achievement of The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)" was conducted.
Barry Hughes, Brian O'Neill, and Dale S. Rothman each presented papers at the 12th Annual Meeting of the Integrated Assessment Modeling Consortium in Tsukuba, Japan (December 2-4, 2019).
In August of 2019, at the annual conference of the American Political Science Association, Research Associate and corresponding author Austin Matthews presented research on forecasting dyadic intergovernmental organization membership.