Professor Emeritus

Paul Marantz (Ph.D, Harvard) is a specialist in the foreign policy and domestic politics of Russia. His current research focuses on Russia’s evolving policies toward the West and especially the factors shaping the post-September 11 reorientation of Russian foreign policy. He is also interested in the problems of post-Communist political and economic transition in Russia and Eastern Europe.

“Russia and European Security,” in Carl Hodge, ed., Redefining International Security (Garland, 1999), pp. 207-227.

“Eduard Shevardnadze and the Dismantling of the Soviet System,” in Cathal Nolan, ed., Ethics and Statecraft: The Moral Dimensions of International Affairs, 2nd ed., (Greenwood, 2001).