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Raymond Kuo

Raymond Kuo

Assistant Professor
Office: 671 Faber Hall
Phone: 718-817-3969


PhD, 2014 - Princeton University, Politics
MA 2010 - Princeton University, Politics
MSc 2004 - London School of Economics, International Relations with Merit
BA, 2001 - Wesleyan University, College of Social Studies with High Honors

Research Interests

He specializes in international security, American foreign policy, and his current research focuses on international order and security and the political effects of technology and democratization. Dr. Kuo has published in top journals including International Security, International Relations, and Ethnopolitics. He will teach courses contributing to Political Science as well as the Fordham's MA Program in International Political Economy and Development.

Other specific topics include:

  • The creation and maintenance of international order, particularly through the design and diffusion of alliances;
  • The social and political effects of advancing civilian and military technology; and
  • Political development and democratization

Courses Taught

  • POSC 2501: Introduction to International Politics
  • POSC 3510: Statecraft and Negotiation
  • POSC 3530: American Foreign Policy
  • POSC 5600: Analysis of International Politics
  • Global Security (at SUNY-Albany)

Personal Webpage

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