Erik Goldstein

Professor Goldstein's research interests include diplomacy, formulation of national diplomatic strategies, the origins and resolution of armed conflict, and
negotiation. He is the author of Winning the Peace: British Diplomatic Strategy, Peace Planning, and the Paris Peace Conference, 1916-1920 (1991); Wars and Peace Treaties (1992); The First World War's Peace Settlements: International Relations, 1918 - 1925 (2002, Italian translation, 2004); and Power and Stability: British Foreign Policy, 1865-1965 (2003).

He is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society of Britain and a member of the Advisory Board of the Centre for the Study of Diplomacy at the University of Leicester (UK). He was previously Professor of International History and Deputy Director for the Centre for Studies in Security and Diplomacy at the University of Birmingham (UK) and has held appointments as Secretary of the Navy Senior Research Fellow at the Naval War College and as Visiting Scholar at the Centre for International Studies at the University of Cambridge. He is the President of Phi Beta Kappa, Epsilon of Massachusetts. He has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards, including the Wardrop Fund Grant at the University of Oxford, a grant from the Smith Richardson Foundation, the Bane Fund Grant from Cambridge University, and a Hoover Presidential Library Fellowship.



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