- International Relations
- Comparative Politics
- MESc, University of Toronto
- M.A., University of Toronto
- Ph.D., London School of Economics and Political Science
Research interests: international politics, particularly strategic studies; Russian and East European politics; international law. Publications include: NATO-Russia Relations in the Twenty-First Century (2009) (editor and contributor); Romanian Foreign Policy Since 1965: The Political and Military Limits of Autonomy (1978); Ceausescu: the Problems of Power (1980); Small-State Security in the Balkans (1983); The Middle East in Global Strategy (1987) (editor and contributor); The Soviet East-European Relationship in the Gorbachev Era (1990) (editor and contributor); The Extreme Right: Freedom and Security at Risk (1996) (coeditor and contributor of 5 chapters); Dilemmas of Transition (1999) (coeditor and contributor of 2 chapters). He has contributed articles on the Warsaw Pact, Comecon, East European politics, international relations, Russia and strategic studies to Orbis, Problems of Communism, Millenium, Parameters, The Middle East Focus, Sudosteuropa, International Journal, Europe’s World, Russie. Nei. Visions, and elsewhere.
- International Politics: Strategic Studies
- Russian and East European Politics