School of International Service
- David Bell Mislan joined the SIS faculty in 2011 and is assistant professor in the U.S. foreign policy program. His teaching and research interests are foreign policy analysis, international security, and qualitative methods. His most recent book, Enemies of the American Way: Identity and Presidential Foreign Policymaking (Continuum, 2012) investigates the relationship between how U.S. presidents define American identity and how they conceptualize threats to national security. In addition to his teaching and research, Dr. Mislan is active with civic engagement initiatives in Eastern Europe and the United States.
DegreesPh.D., Rutgers (Political Science), M.A., Johns Hopkins (Government), B.A. Rutgers (History)
Book Currently Reading:Foreign Policy Begins at Home by Richard N. Haass
Languages Spoken:Spanish; currently learning Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian
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