CCSP Fellows, Faculty, and Staff
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Igor Kovac research focuses on structure of the international system, its stability, security, and great power relations. Stressing the intersection between International Security and International Political Economy. One of his inquiries looks at digital currencies as a crucial threat to the contemporary US hegemony.
Jelena Vićić is a postdoctoral scholar at the University of California, San Diego at the Center for Peace and Security Studies (cPASS). Broadly, her research explores the interaction of technology and international conflict with focus on competition in and through cyberspace. Research areas of interest are cyber competition with focus on escalation, cyber-enabled influence operations, covert operations, strategy, and European politics. In her work, Dr. Vićić employs diverse methods including experimental methodology informed by wargaming, statistical modeling, and semantic network analysis (text as data). She holds a PhD in political science from the University of Cincinnati.