Author profile: John Hickman

John Hickman is Professor of Political Science in the Department of Government and International Studies, Berry College.  He is the author of the 2013 University Press of Florida book Selling Guantanamo and the forthcoming (2016) Rowman & Littlefield book Space is Power: The Seven Rules of Territory.

What the Crimean Crisis Reveals About the Tensions in American Foreign Policy

What the Crimean Crisis Reveals About the Tensions in American Foreign Policy

The Crimean Crisis has exposed the growing distance in opinions on US foreign policy between an aggressive elite and weary public. A serious backlash is possible.

Geopolitical Insecurities and Territorial Grievances in East Asia

Geopolitical Insecurities and Territorial Grievances in East Asia

The roots of the South China Sea disputes originate in the results of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea. Coming to terms with China as it exerts its power will be pricey, yet necessary.

The Terrestrial Parochialism of International Relations

The Terrestrial Parochialism of International Relations

One certain casualty of a Chinese annexation of territory on the Moon would be that students of International Relations would be compelled to abandon their parochial terrestrial perspective.

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