Brandon Prins specializes in international politics, with an emphasis on the relationship between domestic politics and violent militarized conflict among nation-states. He has an extensive list of refereed publications and has co-authored chapters in four edited volumes. His articles have appeared in the International Studies Quarterly, Journal of Peace Research, International Interactions, Congress and the Presidency, Presidential Studies Quarterly, and the International Journal of Peace Studies, as well as several other national and international publications. Currently, Prins is working on the manuscript, “The Use of U.S. Military Force,” to be included in The Handbook of American Foreign Policy for 2011.
Beyond the university, Prins contributes and advances his expertise in the field of politics through involvement in a number of professional organizations. Prins has been a featured speaker at several conferences nationwide. This year, he chaired the Conflict and Security Section at the Southern Political Science Association’s annual conference, and he will serve as the chair of the Foreign Policy Section for the American Political Science Association’s conference in 2011.
Expertise Categories: International Politics | Conflict Processes | U.S. Foreign Policy