Steven David

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore

Steven R. David is a professor of international relations whose work focuses on security studies, the politics of the developing world, American foreign policy, and turmoil in the Middle East. David’s scholarship emphasizes the impact of internal politics on foreign policy, particularly among developing countries. His earlier work argued for the importance of the developing world to American interests and global stability. In opposition to more

Suggested Topics: 
-Illusion of a  nuclear-free world
-Israel as an asset to America
-Rejecting Israeli settlement policy
-Rejecting Iran as a deterrable, containable state
-Targeted killing

Recent AHS Chapters:
-Ohio State University
-Duke University
-Miami University

Recent Publications

return to main speakers page