Associate Professor and Director of the International Studies Program
Irby Hall, Room #217F
Ph.D., Political Science, University of Arizona, 2001
— Dissertation: “Third-Party Interventions in Intrastate Disputes in the Twentieth Century”
— Advisers: Dr. William J. Dixon, Dr. Gary Goertz, and Dr. Bradford S. Jones.
M.S., Political Science, Illinois State University, 1989
B.A., Political Science, Moorhead State University, 1988
Introduction to International Relations
United Nations & International Politics
International Law & Organizations
Governments & Politics of Europe and Russia
American Foreign Policy
European Union (EU) & Russian Foreign Policy
International Conflict & Conflict Management
China & International Politics
International Terrorism & Counter-Terrorism
Mullenbach, Mark J. 2013. “Third-Party Peacekeeping in Intrastate Disputes, 19467-2012: A New Data Set.” Midsouth Political Science Review, vol. 14, pp. 103-133.
Mullenbach, Mark J. and Gerard P. Matthews. 2008. “Deciding to Intervene: An Analysis of International and Domestic Influences on United States Interventions in Intrastate Disputes,” International Interactions, vol. 34, pp. 25-52.
Mullenbach, Mark J. and Jose E. Guzzardi. 2007/2008. “The Politics of Seeking a Permanent Seat on the United Nations Security Council: An Analysis of the Case of Japan,” Midsouth Political Science Review, vol. 9: pp. 35-73.
Mullenbach, Mark J. 2006. “Reconstructing Strife-Torn Societies: Third Party Peacebuilding in Intrastate Disputes,” In Conflict Prevention and Peace-building in Post-War Societies: Sustaining the Peace, edited by T. David Mason and James D. Meernik, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 53-80.
Mullenbach, Mark J. 2005. “Deciding to Keep Peace: An Analysis of International Influences on the Establishment of Third-Party Peacekeeping Missions,” International Studies Quarterly, vol. 49, pp. 529-555.
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