Ph.D. Princeton University (1989)
M.P.A. Princeton University (1985)
B.A. Cambridge University (1982)
B.A. Williams College (1980
Energy and Climate Policy/Politics, International Politics (International Security, International Institutions, International Relations Theory), Comparative Public Policy
John S. Duffield, Ph.D., is Professor of Political Science and the Director of Assessment and Review at Georgia State University. He received a doctorate in public and international affairs from Princeton University. His teaching and research focus on international politics and the politics of energy and climate change, both in the United States and abroad. He is the author of four books and has co-edited two others: Fuels Paradise: Seeking Energy Security in Europe, Japan, and the United States (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2015); Over a Barrel: The Costs of U.S. Foreign Oil Dependence (Stanford University Press, 2008); World Power Forsaken: Political Culture, International Institutions, and German Security Policy after Unification (Stanford University Press, 1998); Power Rules: The Evolution of NATO’s Conventional Force Posture (Stanford University Press, 1995); Vicki L. Birchfield and John S. Duffield, eds., Toward a Common EU Energy Policy: Progress, Problems, and Prospects (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011); and John S. Duffield and Peter J. Dombrowski, eds., Balance Sheet: The Iraq War and U.S. National Security (Stanford University Press, 2009).