Professor Malici Co-Authors New Book on U.S. Presidents and Foreign Policy Mistakes
GREENVILLE, S.C. — Furman University political science professor Akan Malici has co-authored a new book about foreign policy mistakes made by U.S. presidents over the past 50 years.
U.S. Presidents and Foreign Policy Mistakes is written by Malici and Stephen G. Walker, emeritus professor of political science at Arizona State University. The book is published by Stanford University Press.
In U.S. Presidents and Foreign Policy Mistakes, the authors analyze a range of presidential decisions made in the realm of U.S. foreign policy—with a special focus on national security—over the past half century in order to create a roadmap of the decision process and a guide to better foreign policy decision-making in the context of 21st century international relations.
Malici joined the Furman faculty in 2005. He holds a master’s and Ph.D. from Arizona State University. His scholarly interests include foreign policy decision-making and peace and conflict studies.
Malici is author of When Leaders Learn and When They Don’t (SUNY Press, 2008), The Search for a Common European Foreign and Security Policy (Palgrave Press, 2008), and Rethinking Foreign Policy Analysis: States, Leaders, and the Microfoundations of Behavioral International Relations (Routledge, 2010).
For more information about the book, contact Malici in the Political Science Department (864) 294-3576 or firstname.lastname@example.org. More information is also available at Stanford University Press.