Robert Strong is the William Lyne Wilson Professor of Politics at Washington and Lee University, where he has been a Professor of Politics since 1989, serving as Associate Provost from 2008-2011.
As a Fulbright Awardee, Strong holds the Mary Ball Washington Professorship of American History at University College Dublin for the 2013/2014 academic year, where he is working on completing a manuscript on George Herbert Walker Bush, tentatively titled Character and Consequence.
His recent publications include Working in the World: Jimmy Carter and the Making of American Foreign Policy and a second issue of Decisions and Dilemmas: Case Studies in Presidential Foreign Policy Making Since 1945. He is a regular contributor to White House Studies of which he was Associate Editor for six years, and The Miller Center Journal, as well as serving on their Editorial Board. He is also a Contributing editor of AmericanPresidency.org.
The IAAS Annual Conference, ‘Created Equal?’ will be held in NUI Galway on 25-26th April 2014. For more information and Call for Papers see: http://iaas.ie/events/2014-iaas-annual-conference/