College of Staten Island
 The City University of New York
 
  
    
  Anat Niv-Solomon
Assistant Professor
Political Science and Global Affairs

Anat Niv-Solomon
Assistant Professor

Office : Building 2N Room 222C
Phone : 718.982.2906
Fax : 718.982.2888
anat.nivsolomon@csi.cuny.edu


Degrees :
Ph.D. Political Science, University of Connecticut
M.A., Political Science, University of Connecticut
B.A., Political Science, University of New Haven



Biography / Academic Interests :
Professor Niv-Solomon’s research interests fall under one of two themes, the first being the forces involved in foreign policy decision making (focusing on security and human rights), and the second being negotiations and mediations in international conflict resolution cases. Professor Niv-Solomon is engaged in various research projects including a study on potential conflict spirals and the turning points that transform them into protracted conflicts or cooperative resolutions, and another that focuses on US Presidents as mediators in international disputes; her work is regularly presented in professional conference.

Dr. Niv-Solomon is teaching courses in international politics, security, human-rights, negotiations and terrorism; before coming to the College of Staten Island, Professor Niv-Solomon has taught at Clark University.

Scholarship / Publications :
Selected publications and conference presentations:
Niv-Solomon, Anat, Mark A. Boyer, and Laura Janik. “Evolving Beyond Self-Interest?  Some Experimental Findings from Simulated International Negotiations.”  Simulation and Gaming, 42(6): 711-732, 2011

Boyer, Mark A., Brian R. Urlacher, Anat Niv-Solomon, Natalie F. Hudson, and Laura Janik. “Gender and Negotiation: Some Experimental Findings.” International Studies Quarterly, 53(1): 23-47, 2009

“US Presidents as International Mediators: Patterns and Questions.” Presented at the International Studies Association Annual Convention San Diego, CA 1-4 April, 2012

“Walk the Walk or Talk the Talk? US Human Rights Policies since 2009.” Presented at the International Studies Association – North East Region Annual Conference Providence,
RI 4-5 November, 2011

“When Risky Decisions are Not Surprising: An Application of Prospect Theory to the Israeli War Decision in 2006.” Presented at the International Studies Association Annual Conference Montreal, Canada 17-20 March, 2011

“Issue Saliency and Mediation.” Presented at the International Studies Association Annual Conference New Orleans, LA 17-21 February, 2010