Author profile: Daniel Clausen

Daniel Clausen is a graduate of Florida International University’s PhD program in International Relations. His research has been published in Asian Politics and Policy, Electronic Journal of Contemporary Japanese Studies, and Culture and Conflict Review, among other publications. His teaching experience includes over seven years of experience as a TESOL instructor. He has also written several novels and short story collections. You can learn more about his work on his Amazon page here or on his Goodreads page here.

 

Four Steps to Support English Language Learners in an IR Classroom

Four Steps to Support English Language Learners in an IR Classroom

In an IR classroom, is there anything beyond empathy and courtesy from an educator that can help students who are struggling?

Review – Global Cities, Governance and Diplomacy

Review – Global Cities, Governance and Diplomacy

Michele Acuto successfully employs unorthodox theories to argue that cities must be seen as vital agents in domestic and international diplomatic and governance processes.

Should Graduate Students Pursue Professional Skills?

Should Graduate Students Pursue Professional Skills?

Acquiring professional skills may provide just the right amount of leverage to allow professionals to eat well, network well, and build resources for great contributions to their field.

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