Jackson and a team of scholars review the recently published "Suez Deconstructed" by Philip Zelikow and the late Ernest May to determine what lessons the Suez Canal crisis holds for today's policymakers.
Dr. Jackson examines American policy toward Israel's nuclear program during the 1960s to determine how nonproliferation goals are prioritized in US foreign policy.
Galen Jackson examines the role of status in international politics by critically reviewing James Jungbok Lee's article, "The Importance of Status: The US-ROK Alliance Cohesion and the First Korean Nuclear Crisis, 1993-4,” on the 1993-1994 negotiations relating to North Korea's nuclear program.
Galen Jackson investigates the role of domestic politics in President Carter's strategy in the Middle East from 1977 to 1978.
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