College:Toulouse School of Graduate Studies
Expertise:U.S. foreign policy; national security; use of U.S. military; post-war securities; separation of powers; international relations; American presidency; Congress-Supreme Court conflicts; Congress-presidential conflicts; international war crime tribunals in Iraq, the former Yugoslavia, Sierra Leone and Rwanda
Education:PhD, political science, Michigan State University MA, political science, Michigan State University BA, political science and psychology, Grand Valley State University
Activities:Published articles in the Journal of Politics, Political Research Quarterly, American Politics Research, Presidential Studies Quarterly and Journal of Peace Research. Former associate editor of International Studies Quarterly. Formerly directed a study abroad program in The Hague, Netherlands, in which students viewed proceedings of the United Nations’ International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and met with tribunal staff members.