Professor Hagan teaches courses in foreign policy and international relations, including a core undergraduate class on the “The Politics of War and Peace” and undergraduate and graduate courses on comparative foreign policy analysis. He serves as the director of the International Studies Program in the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences. His research examines the domestic political sources of foreign policy as they relate to war, peace, and change in international politics. He is the author of Political Opposition and Foreign Policy in Comparative Perspective (Lynne Rienner, 1993), co-editor of Foreign Policy Restructuring: How Governments Respond to Global Change (South Carolina, 1994), and co-editor of Leaders, Groups, and Coalitions: Understanding the People and Processes in Foreign Policy(Blackwell Press, 2001). His research has appeared in such journals as Cooperation and Conflict, Foreign Policy, International Organization, International Studies Review, Mershon International Studies Review ( ISQ supplement), and International Interactions as well as in several edited volumes on comparative foreign policy analysis. He has received both the WVU Foundation Outstanding Teaching Award and the WVU Benedum Distinguished Scholar Award, as well as the Outstanding Teacher and Researcher awards from the Eberly College. Dr. Hagan was a recipient of a 1993 Pew Faculty Fellowship in International Affairs at Harvard University, and he served as program chair of the 1999 annual conference of the International Studies Association, Washington, DC.
POLS368: MAPS/European Great Powers