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Fields of Specialization: International Relations, International Political Economy, U.S. Foreign Policy, Statistics

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Dr. George E. Shambaugh, IV is Associate Professor of International Affairs and Government in the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service and Department of Government at Georgetown University.   He received a B.A. in Government and Physics from Oberlin College; and a M.I.A. in International Affairs, and a M.Phil. and Ph.D. in Political Science from Columbia University. He has received grants and awards from the Smith Richardson Foundation, the Social Science Research Council, the MacArthur Foundation, the International Studies Association, the American Political Science Association, and the Oberlin Alumni Foundation, and has been a MacArthur Foundation and Dwight D. Eisenhower/Clifford Roberts Fellow.

Dr. Shambaugh's research and teaching focus on topics of international politics, international political economy, U.S. foreign policy and policy making.  Particular areas of expertise include economic sanctions, environmental politics, policy making and the politics of international finance.  He is the author of States, Firms, and Power: Successful Sanctions in US Foreign Policy, co-author of The Art of Policymaking: Tools, Techniques, and Processes in the Modern Executive Branch, and co-editor of Anarchy and the Environment: The International Politics of Common Pool Resources and co-editor of Taking Sides:  Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in U.S. Foreign Policy.

His articles have appeared in a range of journals including The American Journal of Political Science, International Politics, Environmental Politics, International Interactions, International Studies Quarterly, The Journal of Peace Research, Review of International Studies, and Security Dialogue.

 

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