Dr. Matthew Rhodes

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Dr. Matthew Rhodes

Dr. Matthew Rhodes

Dozent
Nationale Sicherheitsstudien

Dr. Matthew Rhodes ist Dozent für nationale Sicherheitsstudien am George C. Marshall Center, wo er seit 2003 tätig ist. Seine Forschungsschwerpunkte beinhalten die Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik der Vereinigten Staaten, die Entscheidungsfindung im Bereich nationaler Sicherheit sowie Sicherheitsthemen in Mittel- und Südosteuropa.

Dr. Matthew Rhodes ist Direktor des Forums für Sicherheits- und Verteidigungspolitik und Dozent für nationale Sicherheitsstudien am George C. Marshall Center. Er ist seit 2003 an diesem Institut tätig. Seine Forschungsschwerpunkte beinhalten die Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik der Vereinigten Staaten, die Entscheidungsfindung im Bereich nationaler Sicherheit sowie Sicherheitsthemen in Mittel- und Südosteuropa.

Dr. Rhodes war zuvor Dozent für Strategie und internationale Sicherheit am U.S. Air War College, Luftstützpunkt Maxwell, Alabama (1999-2003); Dozent an der Fakultät für Politikwissenschaft am Central College, Pella, Iowa (1998-1999); und akademischer Mentor der Jan-Hus-Stiftung an der Fakultät für Politik und Europastudien der Palacky University, Olomouc, Tschechische Republik (1997-1998).

Dr. Rhodes promovierte 1997 in Politikwissenschaften an der Universität Wisconsin und schloss im Jahr 1990 sein Bakkalaureatsstudium in Regierungsführung und Deutsch an der Lawrence University ab. 

Publications

  • “Whither ‘Partners in Leadership’?” in German Politics and Society, (Vol. 36, Iss. 3): 23-40. Berghahn Journals, September 01, 2018.
  • "Democracy and Armed Forces in Europe and Eurasia," in Military Engagement: Armed Forces and Democratic Transition, (Brookings, 2013).
  • "U.S. Perspectives on NATO," in Understanding NATO in the 21st Century, (Routledge, 2013).
  • "NATO's New Strategic Concept: Context and Significance," in New Serbia, New NATO: Vision for the Future, (Transconflict, 2011).
  • "United States: Leadership Beyond Unipolarity?," in Great Powers and Strategic Stability in the 21st Century: Competing Visions of World Order, ed. Graeme Herd (Routledge, 2010).
  • "Kosovo: America's 'NATO State' in the Balkans," in Cutting or Tightening the Gordian Knot?: The Future of Kosovo and the Peace Process in the Western Balkans after the Decision on Independence (Study Group on Regional Stability in Southeast Europe of the Partnership for Peace Consortium, (Sept. 2008): 126-134, http://www.bundesheer.at/pdf_pool/publikationen/10_pfp16_10.pdf.
  • "A Crisis of Democracy in Southeast Europe," in Approaching or Avoiding Cooperative Security - The Western Balkans in the Aftermath of the Kosovo Settlement Proposal and the Riga Summit, (Study Group on Regional Stability in Southeast Europe of the Partnership for Peace Consortium, September, 2007), https://www.bundesheer.at/pdf_pool/publikationen/10_wg13_aacs_100.pdf.
  • "National Strategy and Security Sector Reform in Southeast Europe," in Security Sector Reform in South East Europe - from a Necessary Remedy to a Global Concept, (Study Group on Regional Stability in Southeast Europe of the Partnership for Peace Consortium, January 2007), http://www.bundesheer.at/pdf_pool/publikationen/10_wg13_global-concept_70_rhodes.pdf.
  • "The U.S. Role in Southeast Europe: In and After the Peace Plans," in International Peace Plans for the Balkans - A Success?, (Study Group on Regional Stability in Southeast Europe of the Partnership for Peace Consortium, September 2006), http://www.bundesheer.at/pdf_pool/publikationen/10_wg_intpeaceplan_90.pdf.
  • "Iran's Nuclear Program: U.S. Options after the Elections," Connections (Summer 2005): 93-98, http://connections-qj.org/article/irans-nuclear-program-us-options-after-elections
  • "U.S. Power after Iraq," in Jörg Callais, ed. Die USA als Weltmacht, (Loccumer Protokol 21/04): 43-48.
  • "Central Europe and Iraq: Balance, Bandwagon, or Bridge?," Orbis, (Summer 2004), https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S003043870400047X
  • "Visegrad Turns Ten," Carl Beck Paper in Russian and East European Studies, No.1701, (Mar. 2003).
  • "Whose Trojan Horses?," Marshall Center Perspectives, (Summer 2002), and International Journal, (Autumn 2002): 631-637.
  • "Slovakia After Meciar: A Midterm Report," Problems of Post-Communism, (July/Aug. 2001): 3-13.
  • Entries on Commonwealth of Independent States, Vladimir Meciar and Lech Walesa. In The Encyclopedia of Nationalism, Alexander Motyl (ed.). (Columbia, 2000): 89, 330-331 and 576.
  • "Czech Malaise and Europe," Problems of Post-Communism (Mar./Apr. 2000): 57-66.
  • "Post-Visegrad Cooperation in East Central Europe," East European Quarterly (Mar. 1999): 51-67, https://www.questia.com/library/journal/1G1-54297062/post-visegrad-cooperation-in-east-central-europe

Website Content

Book Review

  • J. F. Brown. The Grooves of Change: Eastern Europe at the Turn of the Millennium. In Current History, (Nov. 2001), p. 395.
Kontakt
gcmcpublicaffairs [at] marshallcenter.org
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