A conversation with Michael Horowitz

In the latest episode of Penn Today’s ‘Office Hours’ podcast series, a chat with Michael Horowitz, professor of political science and associate director of Perry World House.

Michael Horowitz
Michael Horowitz, professor of political science and associate director of Perry World House. (Photo courtesy: Michael Horowitz)

Welcome to the “office hours” of Michael Horowitz, professor of political science and associate director of Perry World House.

Here, in the latest episode of Penn Today’s “Office Hours” podcast series, which explores the minds of the University’s academic talents in a more unbuttoned setting outside of the lecture hall, Horowitz joins for a discussion about defining war in a modern era, emerging artificial intelligence, and the summer blockbusters on his watchlist. Horowitz studies international politics, peace, military technology, and is the author of the 2015 book “Why Leaders Fight,” assessing what role individual traits and biographical facts play in how world leaders make decisions.

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