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Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs

The Bush School of Government and Public Service

Texas A&M University
4220 TAMU
College Station, Texas 77843-4220


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(979) 845-6510
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Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs

The Bush School of Government and Public Service

Texas A&M University
4220 TAMU
College Station, Texas 77843-4220

Peter O'Donnell Grant Awards

2015

Hideaki Kami, Ohio State University
Where Diplomacy Meets Migration: Washington, Havana, Miami, and the Transformation of U.S. Foreign Relations, 1974-1992

Josh Hollis, London
U.S. Foreign Policy in Latin America Post-Cold War (Nicaragua & Panama)

Simon Miles, University of Texas
Engaging the ‘Evil Empire’: International Crises, Leadership Transitions, and US-Soviet Rapprochement, 1982-1985

Seth Givens, Ohio University
Cold War Capital: The United States and the Fight for Berlin, 1945-1994

Federico Pachetti, St. John’s College, Hong Kong
History of U.S.-China Relations during the George H.W. Bush Era


2014

Matthew Alan Hill, Anglia Rustin, University of Cambridge
Democracy Promotion in the Post-Cold War World: 1991, Bush and Iraq

James Cooper, Oxford Brookes University, UK
The Politics of Diplomacy: U.S. Presidents and the Northern Ireland Conflict, 1967-1998

Harold Mock, University of Virginia

Seneca Vaught, Kennesaw State University
George H.W. Bush White House in Reversing American Foreign Policy towards South Africa


2013

Nick Bouchet, Chatham House, The Royal Institute for International Affairs
"Foreign Policy Analysis or Diplomacy and Statecraft" and "Democracy as US grand strategy after the Cold War: the legacy of George H.W. Bush"

Flavia Gasbarri, King's College, London
"The United States and the end of the Cold War in Africa"

Aila M. Matanock, University of California, Berkley
"International Insurance: Why Militant Groups and Governments Compete with Ballots Instead of Bullets"

Simon M. Stevens, Columbia University
"International Pressure and the End of Apartheid, 1958-1994."


2012

Roxane Bras, Oxford University
"Ending the Last War: The Failure of the Civil-Military Distinction During the Gulf War Armistice"

Flavia Gasbarri, King's College London
"The United States and the end of the Cold War in Africa"

Kate Geoghegan, University of Virginia 
"The Specter of Anarchy, the Hope for Transformation: The Role of the United States in Influencing the Trajectory of Soviet Collapse and Internal Reform, 1988-93"

Kyle Lascurettes, University of Virginia 
"The Sources of International Order"

Joshua Shifrinson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"Life on the Downward Slope:  Explaining State Decisions to Exploit or Support Declining Great Powers"

Charlie Whitham, University of Wales Institute, Cardiff
"Do I stay or do I go? The Bush Administration and US military basing policy in Europe, 1989-1991"


2011

Laszlo Borhi, Indiana University - Central Eurasian Studies
"Dealing with a Dictatorship: The United States and Hungary, 1945-1991"

MaryAnne Borrelli, Connecticut College
"The First Lady's Voice, The President's Message: The Rhetorical Strategies of First Lady Barbara Bush"

Ashley Cox, University of Leicester
"Greater Understanding of How and Why America Chooses to Go to War"

DeeAnn Grove, The University of Iowa
"The Education President: U.S. Presidential Election Campaigns and Educational Reform, 1968-2008"

Klaus Larres, Johns Hopkins University"Enlightened Self-Interest: The United States and the Unity of Europe"

Stephen Macekura, University of Virginia
"Of Limits and Growth: Global Environmentalism and the Rise of Sustainable Development, 1968-1992"

Joshua Shifrinson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"Life on the Downward Slope: Explaining State Decisions to Exploit or Support Declining Great Powers"


2010

David Shafie, Chapman University
"Eleventh Hour: The Politics of Policy Initiatives in Presidential Transitions"

Simon Rofe, University of Leicester
"Presidential Peacemaking in the Twentieth Century"

Darren Plank, Texas Christian University
"U.S.-Mexican relations during the Richard M. Nixon Administration, 1969-1974"

Michael Cairo, Georgetown College
"War and Peace in the Middle East:  The Two Bush Presidencies, Saddam Hussein, and the Arab-Israeli Conflict"


2009

Brian Domitrovic, Sam Houston State University
"The Money Touch: The Supply-Side Revolutionaries and the Restoration of American Prosperity"

Lori Han, Chapman University
"A Presidency Upstaged: The Public Leadership of George H.W. Bush"

Roger Biles, Illinois State University
"The Fate of the Cities: The Federal Government and Metropolitan America, 1945-2000"

Sarah Snyder, University College London
"Promising Everything Under the Sun: How Human Rights Activists Helped bring Down the Iron Curtain"

Diego Pagliarulo, Università degli Studi Roma Tre
"A Way to Deal with Crises in an Area of Cooperation: The United States, the United Nations and the Challenge of New World Order"

Wesley Borucki, Palm Beach Atlantic University
"George H.W. Bush: In Defense of Principle"

Svetlana Savranskaya, The George Washington University
"The Wall that Fell on Them: The Soviet Leadership and the Fall of the Berlin Wall, 1989"


2008

Leah Wright, Princeton University
"Black Republicans and the Emergence of Contemporary Republican Ideology, 1964-1992"

David Brown, Elizabethtown College
"First Families:  The Patrician Tradition in American Conservatism"

Jaclyn Woolf, Midland College
"Before Advice and Consent: The Rationality of Presidential Selection of Judicial Nominees"

Joel Goldstein, Saint Louis University School of Law
"Evolution of the Vice Presidency"

Iwona Swiatczak-Wasilewka, University of Helsinki
"American State of the Union Address"

Brandon Rottinghaus, University of Houston
"President Bush's Mail: Examining the White House Mail and White House Mailroom, 1989-1993"

David Palkki, University of California at Los Angeles
"April Glaspie and the Myth of the ‘Green Light"

Bartholomew Sparrow, University of Texas
"Brent Scowcroft and the Struggle for the Soul of US Foreign Policy"

Paul Kershaw, New York University
"Negotiating a New Economic Regime in Mexico, 1976-1990"


Contact

(979) 845-6510
bushschoolscowcroft@tamu.edu

Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs

The Bush School of Government and Public Service

Texas A&M University
4220 TAMU
College Station, Texas 77843-4220


Contact

(979) 845-6510
bushschoolscowcroft@tamu.edu

Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs

The Bush School of Government and Public Service

Texas A&M University
4220 TAMU
College Station, Texas 77843-4220

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