Andrew L. Stigler, Ph.D.

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Associate Professor National Security Affairs
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Biography

Professor Stigler is an Associate Professor in the National Security Affairs Department of the Naval War College. He teaches both the intermediate course (O-3 through O-5) and the senior course (O-5 through O-6). His research focuses on causality, Operation Allied Force, threat assessment, and foreign policy. He has published in International Security, Joint Force Quarterly, and the Naval War College Review. His course on the evolution of military strategy was designated among the "Classes that Rock" by the Order of Omega at Dartmouth College. He holds a PhD in Political Science from Yale University and an MA in International relations from the University of Chicago.

Areas of Expertise

  • Diplomacy
  • Foreign Policy
  • International Relations
  • National Security
  • Terrorism
  • UAVs/Drones

Professional Highlights

2003

Newport, RI

Associate Professor of National Security Affairs, U.S. Naval War College.
2002

Hanover, NH

Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Government, Dartmouth College
2001

Hanover, NH

Visiting Instructor, Department of Government, Dartmouth College
1999

Middletown, CT

Visiting Instructor, Department of Government, Wesleyan University

Education

Ph.D., Yale University, 2002, Political Science

M.A., University of Chicago, 1996, International relations

B.A., Cornell University, 1991, Government

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Research Contributions

'A Clear Victory for Air Power: NATO's Empty Threat to Invade Kosovo,' International Security
Winter 2002/2003

'The Danger of False Peril: Avoiding Threat Inflation,' Joint Force Quarterly
4th Quarter 2016, No. 83

The Military: A Presidential Briefing Book
Taylor and Francis
Forthcoming

External Memberships and Associations

International Studies Association

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