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Stephen Van Evera teaches international relations at MIT, where he is professor of political science. He received his B.A. in government from Harvard and his Ph.D. in political science from the University of California at Berkeley. His research interests include the causes and prevention of war, U.S. foreign policy, U.S. national security policy, and social science methods. He is author of Guide to Methods for Students of Political Science (Cornell, 1997), Causes of War: Power and the Roots of Conflict (Cornell, 1999), and articles on the causes of World War I, nationalism and the war problem, American intervention in the Third World, American defense policy, and Europe's future international relations. During the 1980s he was managing editor of the journal International Security.
New Roles for Established Media
as moderator at MIT World Series: Media and the Election: Is our Democracy Working?,
together with: Amy Mitchell, Alex Jones, Mark Jurkowitz,
Iraq: What Now?
as moderator at MIT World Series - CIS Starr Forum,
together with: Juan Cole, Ivo Daalder,