Profiles in "International Relations" Expertise Area

  • Simpson is a political historian whose work examines challenges to American geopolitical dominance from foreign entities, as well a threats posed terrorist organizations.
  • Stevens is an instructor of history with research interests in U.S. history.
  • Iheduru joined the ASU faculty in fall 2004. He received his bachelor's (Honors) from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, his master's from the University of Akron, and his doctorate from the University of Connecticut.
  • Peskin joined ASU in 2006. His research and teaching interests lie at the intersection of international relations, comparative politics, and human rights.
  • Thomas’s research and teaching focus on world cultural processes and their constitutive effects on authority, agency, and identity. He studies how these processes affect religions and how religions engage them.
  • Abbott's research focuses on the interdisciplinary study of international law and politics, focusing on public and private global governance . He is is a lead faculty member of the Earth System Governance Project.
  • Simon came to ASU in 1975 to chair the Political Science Department. Subsequently, he served as director of The Center for Asian Studies. He holds a doctorate from the University of Minnesota.
  • Doty joined the ASU faculty in 1990. She received her bachelor's and master's from ASU and doctorate from the University of Minnesota.
  • Aaron Fellmeth is a leading expert in public international law and international business transactions. He is Chair of the ABILA International Human Rights Committee and past Co-Chair of the ASIL Human Rights Interest Group.
  • Henry's research interests include: cross-cultural training, expatriate training and preparation, organizational leadership, and the teaching of cultural competencies within higher education.