professor, School of International Service, Visiting Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations
Area of Expertise:
U.S. foreign policy, NATO, Russia
The author or coauthor of four books, James M. Goldgeier is a leading figure in the world of public policy. Slate magazine and the Daily Beast chose his book, coauthored with Derek Chollet, America Between the Wars: From 11/9 to 9/11 as a "Best Book" and a "Favorite Book," respectively. His book Power and Purpose: U.S. Policy toward Russia after the Cold War,coauthored with Michael McFaul, earned the 2004 Georgetown University Lepgold Book Prize for best book on international relations. Goldgeier has appeared on Fox News Channel, NBC News, Sinclair Broadcast Group Television, Voice of America Television, and BBC among other outlets. He is regularly quoted in national and international media including NBCNews online, CBSNews online, Washington Post, Associated Press, Los Angles Times and other print and online media outlets. His commentaries have appeared in the International Herald Tribune, International New York Times, New York Times, US News & World Report, Politico, Huffington Post, and Washington Post's Monkey Cage.
Foreign Language Fluency:
AB, government, Harvard University, magna cum laude, 1983;MA, political science, University of California–Berkeley, 1985; PhD, political science, University of California–Berkeley, 1990