PhD, University of California, Berkeley
Executive Director, Institute on Globalization and Security, and Associate Professor, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver (1992-present); Outstanding Professor (2000-2001); Professor of Political Science, US Air Force Academy (1984-1992); Completed 30 years of total service in the US Air Force, retiring in 1992 as a Colonel; Sabbatical Leave as Deputy Political Adviser (POLAD), U.S. European Command (1981-83); Associate Professor, US Air Force Academy (1978-1984); Assistant Professor, US Air Force Academy (1972-1978).
Publications include International Relations Theory, (5th ed., 2012), International Relations and World Politics (5th ed., 2012), Arms Control: History, Theory, and Policy (2 vols., 2012); American Foreign Policy (2010), Arms Control and Global Security (2 vols., 2010), Terrorism and Homeland Security: Thinking Strategically About Policy (2009), American Foreign Policy and National Security: A Documentary Record (2005), The Global Philosophers (1992), and The Defense Policies of Nations (3rd ed., 1992).
Research and Expertise
International Relations, American foreign policy, U.S. national security policy, strategy, arms control.
U.S. Foreign Policy, U.S. National Security Policy, Security and Strategy Classics