School of Policy, Government, and International AffairsGeorge Mason University--MSN 3F4Fairfax, VA 22030United Statesmkatz@gmu.edu
Mark N. Katz is a professor of government and politics at George Mason University.
"Who Is Putin Really Protecting Assad From?" LobeLog, September 24, 2015
"Saudi-Russian Cooperation: To Be or Not to Be?" The Arab Weekly, August 28, 2015
"Russian Anxieties about the Iranian Nuclear Accord.” LobeLog, August 25, 2015
"Putin Ignoring China Threat," The Moscow Times, August 16, 2015
"America and Iran: Can the Nuclear Deal Lead to Rapprochement?" The National Interest Online, July 23, 2015
"Broader Geopolitical Implications of the Iranian Nuclear Accord," LobeLog, July 14, 2015
"Moscow and Riyadh: Sending a Message to Washington?" The Arab Weekly, July 3, 2015
"Why Russia Shouldn't Fear NATO," The National Interest Online, July 2, 2015
“The Grand Dilemma: What Is the Most Dangerous Threat to America?” National Interest Online, June 24, 2015
"Inside the Confused Mind of Vladimir Putin" The Moscow Times, April 1, 2015
"Kurdistan," Euro-Atlantic! (Slovak Atlantic Commission) 1/2015
"ISIS and the Bolshevik Precedent," LobeLog, October 3, 2014
Leaving without Losing: The War on Terror after Iraq and Afghanistan, (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012).
Revolution: International Dimensions,(CQ Press, 2001).
Reflections on Revolutions, (Palgrave, 1999).
Revolutions and Revolutionary Waves, (Palgrave, 1997)
The USSR and Marxist Revolutions in the Third World, (Wilson Center/Cambridge University Press, 1991).
Gorbachev's Military Policy in the Third World, (CSIS/Praeger, 1989).
Russia and Arabia: Soviet Foreign Policy toward the Arabian Peninsula, (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986).
The Third World in Soviet Military Thought, (Johns Hopkins University Press/Croom Helm, 1982--reissued by Routledge, 2011).
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