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Evan Resnick is Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the United States Programme at RSIS. His research interests lie at the intersection of International Relations theory, international security studies, and U.S. foreign policy. Dr Resnick’s published work has appeared in a number of academic journals, including International Security, Security Studies, and Journal of Strategic Studies. His book, Allies of Convenience: A Theory of Bargaining in U.S. Foreign Policy, is forthcoming from Columbia University Press in 2019. Dr Resnick has a BA from York University, and MA, MPHIL, and PhD degrees from Columbia University, all in political science. He has previously taught at Yeshiva University in New York City.
Dr Resnick’s curriculum vitae is available HERE.
Areas of Expertise
- International Relations Theory
- International Security Studies
- United States Foreign Policy, Defence Policy, and Grand Strategy
- Military Alliances
- Positive Sanctions and Statecraft
- Visiting Scholar, Saltzman Institute of War and Peace Studies, Columbia University, Summer 2014
- Participant, Bridging the Gap 2014 International Policy Summer Institute, American University, June 2014
- Participant, “New Era International Workshop: The Role of Public Goods Provision in the Fields of Energy Governance and Infectious Disease Prevention in Southeast Asia,” Bridging the Gap Project, Singapore Management University, December 2013
- Visiting Scholar, Institute for Security and Conflict Studies, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University, Summer 2013
- Participant, Middle East Studies Delegation to Israel, Co-Sponsored by the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies, Bar-Ilan University, and the America-Israel Friendship League, Summer 2011
- Participant, Smith Richardson Summer Workshop on the Analysis of Military Operations and Strategy (SWAMOS), Summer 2002
- Article reviewer (African Security Review, Contemporary Security Policy, European Journal of International Relations, Foreign Policy Analysis, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, International Security, International Studies Perspectives, International Studies Review, Security Studies
- Book reviewer (Oxford University Press).
The Ties That Don't (Yet) Bind
01 June, 2014
The Case of Jamal Khashoggi: America’s Obsolete Alliance with Saudi Arabia
31 October, 2018
CO17064 | Trump’s Ill-Fated China-North Korea Gambit
07 April, 2017
CO16153 | Hillary Clinton’s Foreign Policy Paradox
21 June, 2016
CO15275 | Reciprocal Salami-Slicing in East Asia
18 December, 2015
CO15055 | America's Dangerously Misguided Russia Policy
16 March, 2015
CO14107 | Dubious Deterrence in the East China Sea
05 June, 2014
CO14004 | The East Asian Tinderbox: No Rules of the Game?
06 January, 2014
CO13069 | The Perils of Containing China
19 April, 2013
CO13003 | Obama's Second Term Foreign Policy: Nation-Building At Home, More Conciliation Abroad
04 January, 2013
- Resnick, Evan N. “I Will Follow: Smart Power and the Management of Wartime Alliances,” Journal of Strategic Studies, 38:3 (2015): 383-409.
- Resnick, Evan N. “Hang Together or Hang Separately? Evaluating Rival Theories of Wartime Alliance Cohesion,” Security Studies, 22, No. 4 (2013): 672-706
- Resnick, Evan N. “Strange Bedfellows: U.S. Bargaining Behavior with Allies of Convenience,” International Security, 35, No. 3 (2010/11): 144-184.
- Resnick, Evan N. “Debating British Decisionmaking toward Nazi Germany in the 1930’s,” International Security, 34, No. 1
- Resnick, Evan N. “Defining Engagement,” Journal of International Affairs, 54, No. 2 (2001): 551-566
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Last updated on 05/04/2019