Distinguished Service Professor of Law & International TradeAreas of Research: Foreign Policy, International Trade Law, National Security Law, Public Law, Security Policy, State Economic Development, Trade Policy, World Trade Organization
Professor of Government and PoliticsAreas of Research: Democratization, Foreign Policy, International Development, International Relations, Middle East, Political Islam, Information Technology & Social Change, Emerging Powers and World Order
Visiting ProfessorRonald “Ron” Marks III is a 38-year veteran of the U.S. Intelligence Community. A former CIA case officer, he was a CIA Senate Liaison and Capitol Hill staffer who has served on a number of advisory groups at the Central Intelligence Agency and in The Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Marks was Spring 2020 Dole Fellow at the University of Kansas, Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics. Ron will be conducting a series of seven seminars looking at the challenges and new developments effecting “Spying in the Cyber Age.”
Assistant ProfessorPhilip Martin is an Assistant Professor of International Security at the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University, where he teaches courses on conflict and peacebuilding, comparative politics, and Africa.
Associate ProfessorAreas of Research: American Government and Politics, Elections, Foreign Policy, Media Politics, Public Opinion, Racial Politics, Statistical Methods, U.S. Foreign Policy
Distinguished Visiting ProfessorDistinguished Visiting Professor Andrew McCabe has a lifetime of service within the Department of Justice, both in the field and as an executive. He brings that experience with him to the Schar School of Policy and Government.
Associate ProfessorAreas of Research: Central Asia, Comparative Politics, Democratization, Foreign Policy, International Development, International Migration, International Relations, Political Violence, Qualitative Methods
Associate Professor, Director of Undergraduate ProgramsAreas of Research: Federalism/State and Local Government, Health Policy, Legislatures, Presidency and Executive Branch, Quantitative Methods