I am the Charles A. Dana Professor of Political Science and International Affairs at Berry College. I teach courses in International Relations and I am faculty advisor to Berry’s Model United Nations club. My research interests include international institutions, global environmental politics, and international security.
Courses I teach:
Contemporary World Issues, Contemporary Global Security, Global Environmental Politics, International Law and Organization, International Relations, International Relations Theory, Model United Nations, and Politics of Weapons of Mass Destruction.
Other Recent Publications:
Kirsten Taylor, “Nuclear Weapons: A New Arms Race?” Foreign Policy Issues for America, edited by Richard W. Mansbach and James M. McCormick, Routledge, 2019, 133–147.
Richard W. Mansbach and Kirsten Taylor, “The North Korea Crisis: Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and the Threat of Nuclear War.” Chapter in Fu-Lai Tony Yu and Diana S. Kwan, eds. Contemporary Issues in International Political Economy. (Gateway East, Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan), 2019