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GRADUATE STUDENT  |  MARC DEVORE

Marc Devore is a PhD candidate in Political Science at MIT. His dissertation, to be defended in summer 2011, is on state-sponsored terrorism during the Cold War. His major sub-fields are international relations and security studies. Research and teaching interests include: American foreign policy, religion and terrorism, civil-military relations, ethnic conflict, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and African politics.

Papers

"A Dangerous Utopia: The Military Revolution from the Cold War to the War on Terror," The Global 1989: Continuity and Change in World Politics, George Lawson, Christ Armbruster, and Michael Cox editors. (pdf)

"A Convenient Framework: the Western European Union in the Persian Gulf, 1987-1988 and 1990-1991," European Security, 18: 2, 227-243. (pdf).

"The United Kingdom's Last Hot War of the Cold War: Oman, 1963-1975," Cold War History, February 2011. (pdf).