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Professor Shoon Murray’s writes about the American foreign policy political process. Her most recent books are The Terror Authorization: The History and Politics of the 2001 AUMF (June 2014) and Mission Creep: The Militarization of US Foreign Policy (co-editor with Gordon Adams, December 2014). Her work has appeared in venues such as International Studies Quarterly, Public Opinion Quarterly, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Foreign Policy Analysis, Presidential Studies Quarterly, and elsewhere. She has written about the use of war powers to counter terrorism, the relationship between U.S. ambassadors and the regional combatant commanders, US adjustment to global power shifts and diffusion, the press coverage leading up to the war in Iraq, the political consequences of September 11th, the effect of polls on presidential behavior, public reactions to military force and the “rally ‘round the flag phenomenon,” and the role of values and partisanship in American leaders’ belief systems. She earned her PhD in political science from Yale University.
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