James Lebovic

photo: James Lebovic
Title:
Professor of Political Science and International Affairs
Office:
Room 473 Monroe Hall
Address:
Monroe Hall
2115 G. Street
Washington, District Of Columbia
Phone:
202-994-7495
Fax:
202-994-7743
Email:
[email protected]

Areas of Expertise

International relations, national and international security, and methodology

Curriculum Vitae


James Lebovic teaches courses on international politics theory, national security policymaking, international conflict, and methodology. His research focuses on military spending, deterrence, arms control, weapons acquisition, the arms trade, foreign aid, and international conflict.

Education

1975 – 1981 University of Southern California, School of International Relations

Ph.D. Degree, International Relations
 

1973 – 1975 University of Southern California, School of International Relations

M.A. Degree, International Relations

 

1969 – 1973 California State University, Long Beach, Department of Political Science

B.A. Degree, Political Science

Classes Taught

PSC 1000 The United States at War: From World War II to Afghanistan

PSC 2101 Scope and Methods of Political Science

PSC 6348 US National Security Policymaking

PSC 8185 Quantitative International Politics

PSC 8452 Theories of International Security