• Problem of Military Force for Humanitarian Intervention

Professor Thomas M. Nichols, Harvard University

March 9, 2010
Donahue 218B
41 Temple Street, Boston
Suffolk University

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Professor of National Security Affairs, Naval War College and Fellow of the International Security Program, Harvard Kennedy School, Thomas M. Nichols is professor of national security affairs at the United States Naval War College, where he was previously a Secretary of the Navy fellow, the Forrest Sherman Chair of Public Diplomacy, and a chairman of the strategy department. He previously taught international relations and Soviet and Russian affairs at Dartmouth College and Georgetown University. He holds a PhD from Georgetown, a MA from Columbia University, a certificate of the Harriman Institute for Advanced Study of the Soviet Union at Columbia, and a BA from Boston University. He was personal staff for defense and security affairs in the United States Senate to the late Senator John Heinz of Pennsylvania, and served as a fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. He is currently a fellow in both the international security program and the project on managing the atom at the Harvard Kennedy School He is also a senior associate of the Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs in New York City and a fellow of the International History Institute at Boston University.His most recent book, about the revolutionary changes taking place in how nations go to war, is Eve of Destruction: The Coming Age of Preventive War. Prof. Nichols holds a PhD of  Georgetown University

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