Richard Hanania

Richard Hanania

Current Student

Office: 4270 Bunche Hall

Email: Richard2@ucla.edu

Education

JD, University of Chicago (2013), BSc Linguistics, University of Colorado (2009)

Research

International Relations, Comparative Politics, Political Methodology

Selected Publications

2017. “Government-Sponsored Mass Killing and Civil War Reoccurrence.” International Studies Quarterly (forthcoming) (with Gary Uzonyi).2017. “Tracing the Development of the Nuclear Taboo: The Eisenhower Administration and Four Crises in East Asia.” Journal of Cold War Studies 19(2): 43–83. 2017. “The Personalities of Politicians: A Big Five Survey of American Legislators.” Personality and Individual Differences 108(1): 164–167.2015. “Behavioral Economics and Free Market Solutions: The Case of Airline Security.” Homeland and National Security Law Review 3(1): 1–32.2013. “Norms Governing the Interstate Use of Force: Explaining the Status Quo Bias of International Law.” Emory International Law Review 27(2): 829–905.2012. “The Failure of State Building in Afghanistan.” The Journal Jurisprudence 16: 583–585.2012. “Humanitarian Intervention and the War Powers Debate.” The Journal Jurisprudence 13: 47–101.

Honors & Awards

2015-2016. UCLA, Graduate Research Mentor Fellowship ($20,000)

2015. UCLA, Graduate Summer Research Mentor Fellowship ($6,000)

2014. UCLA, Graduate Summer Research Mentor Fellowship ($6,000)

2012-2013. University of Chicago Law School, Olin Fellowship ($5,000)

2012-2013. University of Chicago Law School, D. Francis Bustin Prize