Political Science PhD student, Claudia Kim has published a peer-reviewed article in The...
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Education: Ph.D., Columbia University, 1961; M.A. and Certificate of the Russian Institute, Columbia University, 1957; A.B., Notre Dame University, 1955 (Magna Cum Laude.)
Areas of Specialization: Negotiation, International Relations, American Foreign Policy, Post-Soviet Studies, the Baltic Region, Culture and Human Development.
Professor Clemens has written or edited more than fifteen books including Dynamics of International Relations: Conflict and Mutual Gain in An Era of Global Interdependence; Getting to Yes in Korea, America and the World, 1898-2025, Achievements, Failures, Alternative Futures; and The Baltic Transformed: Complexity Theory and European Security. He has written many book chapters, scholarly articles, and newspaper articles in the areas of international relations and comparative politics. He is now working on two books: Complexity Science as a Way to Understand and Change the World and Three Revolutions That Shape Our World: Literacy, Free Thought, and Human Development.