Studies in Security and International Affairs
Series Editor

Dr. Sara Z. Kutchesfahani
Director, N Square DC Hub
Research Associate, Center for International & Security Studies, University of Maryland
[email protected]


Dr. Amanda Murdie
Department Head, Department of International Affairs
Editor-in-Chief, International Studies Review
Dean Rusk Scholar of International Relations and Professor of International Affairs
School of Public and International Affairs
University of Georgia



Kristin M. Bakke
University College London

Fawaz Gerges
London School of Economics and Political Science

Rafael M Grossi
Ambassador of Argentina to Austria
and International Organisations in Vienna

Bonnie D. Jenkins
University of Pennsylvania Perry World Center / The Brookings Institute

Jeffrey Knopf
Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

Deepa Prakash
DePauw University

Kenneth Paul Tan
The National University of Singapore’s (NUS) Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy

Brian Winter
Americas Quarterly

Studies in Security and International Affairs

The Studies in Security and International Affairs series, a collaborative effort of the University of Georgia Press and the University of Georgia’s Department of International Affairs in the School of Public and International Affairs, focuses on scholarly monographs offering new perspectives in the following areas: crises in American foreign policy and global governance; public health policy; human rights initiatives; new security threats, including terrorism and cyber technologies; rising powers and regional hotspots within the Middle East, Asia, Africa, and South America; and postconflict reconstruction.


Books in this series draw from the fields of comparative politics, foreign policy, international relations, and security policy. The series aims to cross disciplines and attempts to bridge gaps, including those between the academy and government and between nations and independent actors.

We are currently not accepting new submissions to the series.