Dan Reiter

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Dan Reiter (born 1967, Ann Arbor, Michigan) is an American political scientist. He is currently a Professor and Chair at the Department of Political Science at Emory University.[1]

Education[edit]

Reiter received his B.A. with honors in political science from Northwestern University in 1989 and his Ph.D in political science from the University of Michigan in 1994.[2] He was a John M. Olin postdoctoral fellow in National Security at Harvard University from 1994 to 1995.[2]

Academic career[edit]

Reiter has had a number of articles published in leading peer-reviewed journals, including the American Political Science Review and World Politics.[2] His book How Wars End was the recipient of a 2010 Best Book Award from the American Political Science Association.[3]

Bibliography[edit]

Crucible of Beliefs: Learning, Alliances and World Wars (Cornell University Press, 1996)
Democracies at War (Princeton University Press, 2002)
Preventive War and Its Alternatives: The Lessons of History (Strategic Studies Institute, U.S., Army War College, 2006)
How Wars End (Princeton University Press, 2009)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Reiter, Dan. "How War Will End in Afghanistan -- Even if Conflict Does Not". Foreign Policy. The Washington Post Company. Retrieved 12 December 2010. 
  2. ^ a b c "Dan Reiter APSA Candidate Statement". The American Political Science Association. Retrieved 12 December 2010. 
  3. ^ "APSA’s 2010 Best Book Award, Conflict Processes Section, awarded to How Wars End". Princeton University Press blog. Princeton University Press. Retrieved 12 December 2010. 

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