Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Nelson A. Rockefeller Professor of Government
Hinman Box: HB 6045
- B.A. State University of New York at Albany; M.A. Princeton University; Ph.D. Princeton University
Areas of Expertise
- International relations; U.S. foreign policy; international political economy; U.S. relations with China and Japan
- International Relations Theory and the Consequences of Unipolarity (Cambridge, 2011, co-edited with G.J. Ikenberry and W. Wohlforth).
- “System Maker and Privilege Taker: The United States and the International Political Economy,” World Politics , 61:1 (2009) 121-154.
- Global Costs and Benefits of the U.S.-Japan Alliance,in Takashi Inoguchi, ed., The U.S._Japan Security Alliance (Palgrave, 2011), pp. 75-90.
- “The United States: Regional Strategies and Global Commitments,” in Security Politics in the Asia Pacific , W. Tow (ed.), (2009) 67-84.
- “Economic Statecraft Revisited,” in Foreign Policy: Theories, Actors, and Cases , S. Smith, A. Hadfield and T. Dunne (eds.), (2008) 171-187.
- “Rivals or Partners? Globalization and U.S.-China Relations,” Harvard International Review , 39:3 (2007) 42-46.
- “Back to Normal? The Promise and Pitfalls of Japan’s Economic Integration,” in Strategic Asia 2006-2007: Trade, Interdependence, and Security , A Tellis and M Wills (eds.), (2006) 105-137.
- U.S. Foreign Policy and the Pragmatic Use of International Institutions,Australian Journal of International Affairs, vol. 59 (2005), 317-333.
Impact of financial crisis on U.S.-China economic and security relations; U.S. foreign policy after the Cold War; international relations text.