Security Studies Faculty
Ivan Arreguin-Toft (BA, University of California, Santa Barbara; MA, PhD, University of Chicago) Asymmetric Conflict (Insurgency, Counterinsurgency, Small Wars, Terrorism), International Relations Theory, Strategy, Russian Politics and Foreign Policy, Gender and World Politics.
Andrew J. Bacevich (BS, United States Military Academy; MA, PhD, Princeton University) American Diplomatic History, U.S. Foreign Policy, Security Studies.
Thomas Berger (BA, Columbia College; PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) German and Japanese Politics, International Relations and Comparative Government in East Asia, Political Culture.
Michael T. Corgan (BS, U.S. Naval Academy; MPA, University of Washington; PhD, Boston University) International Security, Icelandic and Scandinavian Affairs, and Arctic Security and Politics.
Arthur S. Hulnick (BA, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University) Strategic and Business Intelligence.
Robert G. Loftis (BA, Colorado State University) Diplomacy, International Negotiations, Formulation of Foreign and National Security Policy, Conflict and Stabilization Operations, Political-Military Affairs.
Manjari Chatterjee Miller (BA, Lady Shri Ram College, University of Delhi, India; MA, University of London; PhD, Harvard University) South Asia, East Asia, Foreign/Security Policies of India and China, Ideational Influences on International Relations.
Kaija Schilde (BA Lewis & Clark College; MA, PhD, University of Pennsylvania) European Union; European Foreign and Security Policy; Comparative Politics; Defense Acquisition and Technology; Bureaucracy and Interest Groups; Computational Modeling and Simulation.
Joseph Wippl (BA Marquette University; MA University of Minnesota in European History; PhD Candidate in European History, University of Minnesota) Security and Intelligence.
Michael Woldemariam (BA Beloit College; MA, PhD, Princeton University) Comparative Politics, International Security, African Politics, Political Violence and Conflict, Post-Conflict Governance and Institution Building, Development Policy, and Identity Politics.