Hall Gardner

 

 

Work Experience:

American University of Paris, Fall 1990- present. Rank: Full Professor (September 1998). Chair, International Affairs Department, Spring 1992 to present. Classes taught: International Relations, European Security, European Diplomatic History, Cold War and After, Revolutions, U.S. Domestic and Foreign Policy, IR Theory, Global Hot Spots and Conflict Resolution, Origins and Prevention of War.

Institut des Etudes Politiques, “Enjeux Politiques” (in English).

The Johns Hopkins Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Washington, D.C. Adjunct Assistant Professor, Fall 1989-Spring 1990.

The Johns Hopkins-Nanjing Center for Chinese and American Studies, Nanjing, China. Adjunct Assistant Professor, Fall 1988-Spring 1989.

Book publications:

Dangerous Crossroads: Europe, Russia, and the Future of NATO (Westport, CT: Praeger, 1997)

Surviving the Millennium: American Global Strategy, the Collapse of the Soviet Empire and the Question of Peace (Westport, CT and London: Praeger, 1994.)

Edited Books/Journals:

Hall Gardner and Radoslava Stefanova, eds., The New Transatlantic Agenda: Facing the Challenges of Global Governance, Ashgate, 2001. Co-editor and contributor: Russia and China: The Risks of Uncoordinated Transatlantic Strategies”

Central and Southeastern Europe in Transition: Perspectives on Success and Failure Since 1989 (Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers, March 1999). General editor and contributor, “Chapter 10: The Genesis of NATO Enlargement and of War ‘over’ Kosovo,” March 2000.

NATO’s New Strategy and ESDI: European Security in the New Millennium (Maastricht, Cicero Foundation Press, 1999

Books in Progress: 1) NATO, the European Union---and the New Threats (Ashgate, forthcoming); 2) The Future of American Alliances; 3) Origins and Prevention of Major Power War; 4) Alienation, Revanche, and Reconciliation.

Articles/ Chapters (Selected):

“American Alliances: The Future” Harvard International Review, Winter 2003.

“History Suggests U.S. and Europe Need a More Equal Partnership” European Affairs, Summer Vol 3, No. 3, 2002.

“NATO Enlargement and Geohistory: Alliances and the Question of War or Peace” in “NATO for a New Century: Enlargement and Intervention in the Atlantic Alliance" ed., Carl Hodge  (Westport: Praeger, 2002 forthcoming)

« L’après 11 Septembre: La Russie et l’élargissement de l’OTAN » Puissances et Influences Annuaire. Editions Charles Léopold Mayer 2002-03.

“Scenarios for NATO Enlargement” Revista Euro-Atlantike, Kosova Institute for Euro-Atlantic Integrations Vol. 1/ No 1 2002. (English, trans. into Albanian and Serb.)

“Sustaining the Post-Cold War Euro-Atlantic Equilibrium: NATO-EU Relations with Russia and Ukraine” NEWS of the Atlantic Council of Slovenia, October 2001.