Gregory A. Raymond received his Ph.D. in International Studies from the University of South Carolina and was a Pew Faculty Fellow in International Affairs at Harvard University. While at Boise State, he has served as the Director of the Survey Research Center (1986-1989), Chairman of the Political Science Department (1990-1996), Director of the Honors College (1997-2007), and has held the Frank and Bethine Church Chair of Public Affairs at Boise State University (since 2007). Selected as the Idaho Professor of the Year in 1994 by the Carnegie Foundation in Washington, DC, Dr. Raymond has received Boise State’s Outstanding Researcher Award as well as 8 awards for teaching excellence. He has published 17 books and over 100 articles, reviews, and essays on foreign policy and world politics. In addition, he has lectured at universities and research institutes in 22 countries. His work has been supported by grants from the American Political Science Association, the United States Institute of Peace, the United States Department of State, and other government agencies.
After Iraq “conducts a sweeping survey of America’s present position in the global arena and identifies the opportunities and risks that the United States will likely face once the war in Iraq draws to a close.”
Centering on the latest international developments, The Global Future: A Brief Introduction to World Politics encourages you to form your own opinions about the pressing security, economic, and environmental problems of the twenty-first century. More of Dr. Raymond’s publications can be viewed on ScholarWorks.