Rothstein, Robert L.
ROTHSTEIN, Robert L.
ROTHSTEIN, Robert L. American, b. 1936. Genres: Politics/Government. Career: Columbia University, New York, NY, instructor in political science, 1964-66; Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, assistant professor to associate professor of political science, 1967-74; Colgate University, Hamilton, NY, Harvey Picker Professor of International Relations and director of International Relations Program. Washington Foreign Policy Research Institute, research associate, 1968-69; Columbia University, Carnegie fellow, Institute of War and Peace Studies, 1970-71, visiting professor, 1977, 1978, and 1979; University of Baroda, Ford Foundation lecturer, 1991; Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rebecca Meyerhoff Memorial Lecturer, 1995. Consultant. Publications: Alliances and Small Powers, 1968; Planning, Prediction, and Policymaking in Foreign Affairs, 1972; The Weak in the World of the Strong: The Developing Countries in the International System, 1977; Global Bargaining: UNCTAD and the Quest for a New International Economic Order, 1979; The Third World and U.S. Foreign Policy: Cooperation and Conflict in the 1980s, 1981. EDITOR & CONTRIBUTOR: The Evolution of Theory in International Relations, 1991; (with E. Kaufman and S. Abed) Democracy, Peace, and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, 1993; After the Peace: Resistance and Reconciliation, 1999. Contributor to books. Contributor of articles and reviews to professional journals and newspapers. Address: Department of Political Science, Colgate University, 13 Oak Dr., Hamilton, NY 13346, U.S.A.