Waltz, Kenneth N.
WALTZ, Kenneth N.
WALTZ, Kenneth N. American, b. 1924. Genres: International relations/ Current affairs, Military/Defense/Arms control, Politics/Government. Career: Columbia University, NYC, Lecturer, 1953-56, Assistant Professor, 1956-57, Adjunct Professor, currently, Institute of War and Peace Studies, Research Associate, currently; Swarthmore College, PA, Associate Professor, 1957-64, Professor, 1964-66; Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, Professor, 1966-71, Adlai Stevenson Professor of International Politics, 1967-71; University of California, Berkeley, Ford Professor, 1971-94, Ford Professor of Political Science and Comparative Studies, Emeritus, 1994-; Kings College, London, Sr. Research Associate, 1986-87; London School of Economics, Academic Visitor, 1992-93; American Political Science Association, President, 1987-88. Publications: Man, The State, and War: A Theoretical Analysis, 1959; Foreign Policy and Democratic Politics: The American and British Experience, 1967; (with S. Speigel) Conflict in World Politics, 1971; (with R.J. Art) The Use of Force, 1971, 5th ed., 1999; Theory of International Politics, 1979; (with S. Sagan) The Spread of Nuclear Weapons: A Debate, 1995, 2nd ed., 2002.