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Government Professor receives award from American Political Science Association

Posted 09/02/03

Assistant Professor of Government Stephen G. Brooks was recently honored by the American Political Science Association (APSA) for his dissertation, "The Globalization of Production and International Security." The world's largest professional organization for the study of politics, APSA selects only eight dissertations per year for its awards program.

Brooks studies the globalization of production and international security, international relations theory, multinational corporations and regional economic integration, and his work has appeared in such scholarly journals as Foreign Affairs, International Security, the Journal of Conflict Resolution, and International Organization. "The Globalization of Production and International Security" earned him the Helen Dwight Reid Award from APSA, recognizing the best dissertation in the field of international relations, law and politics.

Last year he co-authored, with Associate Professor of Government William N. Wohlforth, an article on the impact of America's status as the only remaining superpower, which was printed in Foreign Affairs, the journal of international affairs and foreign policy published by the Council on Foreign Relations.

Brooks teaches courses on economics, security, and U.S. foreign policy, and globalization and international politics. A graduate of UC Santa Cruz, he obtained his M.A., M.Phil., and Ph.D's in political science from Yale University.

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