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Matt Zierler - Michigan State University. East Lansing, MI, US

Matt Zierler Matt Zierler

Associate Professor of International Relations | Michigan State University

East Lansing, MI, UNITED STATES

An expert in U.S. foreign policy, international security, international relations theory, international law and international cooperation.

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An expert in U.S. foreign policy, international security, international relations theory, international law and international cooperation. Can discuss the recent terrorism attacks around the world, including Nice, France.

Industry Expertise (1)

Education/Learning

Areas of Expertise (6)

International Relations

Libya

France

Terrorism

Turkey

Foreign Policy

Education (3)

University of Wisconsin-Madison: Ph.D., Political Science

University of Wisconsin-Madison: M.A., Political Science

The George Washington University: B.A., International Affairs

News (3)

Did Donald Trump break the presidency? | Opinion

Detroit Free Press  online

2017-08-18

If you're someone who's hoped that soon, things will be back to normal -- whether that means President Donald Trump settles into office and becomes a more conventional president, or whether he's shown the door -- a previous normal that didn't involve a president whose campaign is suspected of Russian collusion, who nods to neo-Nazism and white supremacy, and gins up nuclear threats seemingly because, I don't know, it's Tuesday, get right off that.

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Appointments, Resignations, Deaths (2/3/2017)

The Chronicle of Higher Education  online

2017-01-29

Matthew Zierler, an associate professor, to associate dean of the honors college at Michigan State University.

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Matt Zierler: Take a Leap

MSU Today  online

2015-09-30

While I was always interested in history and current events, the first sense that I would make a career in international affairs came during my freshman year of high school. I was in my first year studying the German language in 1989 – the same year the Berlin Wall came down.

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Journal Articles (1)

The Unipolar Concert: The North-South Divide Trumps Transatlantic Differences

World Policy Journal

Mohammed Ayoob and Matthew Zierler

2005 An article in the New York Times on the eve of the 2004 US presidential election began by asserting that the predominant view in Europe seemed to be that" no matter who wins... the consequences for American-European relations will be bad" and that neither France nor Germany, the linchpins of the Continent's transatlantic relationship, would be willing to come to the aid of the United States in Iraq regardless of the outcome. 1 Analyses such as this one tend to portray Americas relations with major European powers in one-dimensional terms …

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