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Restoring Thucydides: Testing Familiar Lessons and Deriving New Ones By Andrew R. No ...

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Restoring Thucydides:

About the Authors

Andrew R. Novo is an associate professor of strategic studies at the National Defense University in Washington, DC. He holds a D.Phil and M.Phil from the University of Oxford and an AB from Princeton University. Dr. Novo’s previous publications include When Small Countries Crash and Queen of Cities. He has published in several journals such as Diplomacy & Statecraft and The Journal of Modern Greek Studies as well as in the Harvard International Review and the New Atlanticist. Dr. Novo delivered the inaugural “Thucydides Lecture” at the University of Macedonia (Thessaloniki, Greece) in January 2019 and has also presented at the Brookings Institution and the Atlantic Council.

Jay M. Parker is Distinguished Professor and Major General Fox Conner Chair of International Security Studies at the College of International Security Affairs, National Defense University in Washington, D.C. His previous academic experience includes service as Professor and Director of International Relations and National Security Studies at the United States Military Academy (West Point). Dr. Parker also taught at Georgetown University, George Washington University, and Columbia University, and he was a visiting research fellow at Princeton University and at Japan’s National Institute for Defense Studies. He has published and presented on East Asian security, U.S. foreign policy, presidential decision making, and mass media. A graduate of the University of Arizona, he earned master's degrees from Arizona State University, University of Southern California, and U.S. Naval War College, and a PhD in political science from Columbia University.