The Program on International Conflict and Cooperation (PICC) at Texas A&M is a product of the University’s 2020 Vision of building A&M into a top ten public university by year 2020. PICC currently has ten tenure-line faculty members. Substantively, our research and teaching focus on the choices in international relations that involve various political and economic forms of conflict and cooperation. Methodologically, our research and teaching emphasize the social scientific approach that uses cutting edge experimental, formal, and/or statistical methods to shed light on a wide range of topics in international conflict and cooperation. We seek to produce theoretical and methodological innovations that contribute to the social scientific knowledge on international relations. The PICC organizes and sponsors internal and external speakers, workshops, and theme conferences. It also provides research support for faculty and graduate student members.
Program Director: Nehemia Geva
Faculty experts on International Conflict and Terrorism:
Faculty experts on International Political Economy: