PhD Defence: Saudi Arabia and Iran Rivalry and Regime Security in the Persian Gulf, 1979-2011
Henrik Lauritsen will defend his PhD dissertation.
Info about event
Aud. A1 (1333/101)
To complete the PhD study programme in Social Sciences and Business Henrik Lauritsen presents his PhD dissertation, giving a public lecture followed by a defence.
The subject of the lecture is:
How does the neoclassical realist theory of threat perception apply to the Saudi-Iranian rivalry following the Arab Uprising in 2011 and the ensuing wars in the region?
The title of the dissertation:
Saudi Arabia and Iran. Rivalry and Regime Security in the Persian Gulf, 1979-2011
The assessment committee consists of:
Associate professor Tonny Brems Knudsen, Aarhus University (chairman)
Professor Simon Mabon, Lancaster University
Senior researcher, Lars Erslev Andersen, DiiS
Time & Place:
Thursday 9 december 2021 at 2.15 - 4.00 in Aud. A1 (1333/101)
After the lecture and defence, the Department will host a reception in the lounge (Building 1330)