Charles W. Kegley, Jr., (Ph.D., Syracuse University) is Pearce Professor of International Relations at the University of South Carolina. A past president of the International Studies Association (1993-1994), he has held appointments at Georgetown University, the University of Texas, and Rutgers University. With Eugene R. Wittkopf, his books include World Politics: Trend and Transformation, Eighth Edition, (2001) ; The Global Agenda: Issues and Perspectives, Sixth Edition (2001); American Foreign Policy: Pattern and Process, Fifth Edition (1996); and The Nuclear Reader: Strategy, Weapons, War, Second Edition (1989). He was also the editor, with Wittkopf, of the first editions of The Future of American Foreign Policy (1992) and The Domestic Source of American Foreign Policy (1988). Kegley also published The Long Postwar Peace: Contending Explanations and Projections (1991) and International Terrorism: Characteristics, Causes, and Controls (1990) as well as many articles in a wide range of scholarly journals. Gregory A. Raymond (Ph.D., University of South Carolina) is director of the Honors College at Boise State University. Selected as the Idaho Professor of the Year (1994) by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, his books include The Other Western Europe: A Comparative Analysis of the Smaller Democracies, Second Edition (1983); Third World Policies of Industrialized Nations (1982); and Conflict Resolution and the Structure of the State System (1980). He has also published many articles on foreign policy and world politics in various scholarly journals. Raymond has spoken on international issues at numerous professional conferences throughout Europe, the United States, and Latin America. Together Kegley and Raymond have previously coauthored From War to Peace (2002) , How Nations Make Peace (1999), A Multipolar Peace? Great-Power Politics in the Twenty First Century (1994); When Trust Breaks Down: Alliance Norms and World Politics (1990) ; and International Events and the Comparative Analysis of Foreign Policy (1975). They have also coauthored over two dozen articles in a diverse range of periodicals, including International Studies Quarterly, the Journal of Conflict Resolution, the Journal of Peace Research, International Interactions, and the Harvard International Review. Both Kegley and Raymond were Pew Faculty Fellows at the John F Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
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