Richard Herrmann is director of the Mershon Center for International
Security Studies. Since 2002, he has led the center's efforts to attract a
world-class faculty, establish its reputation as a leader in security studies,
and offer special opportunities to enhance the student experience.
Herrmann specializes in international relations, security and conflict
studies, political psychology, and politics in the Middle East and Russia.
He has written on the role of perception and imagery in foreign policy and
the importance of nationalism and identity politics. He is the author or
editor of three books and more than 40 articles in such journals as
American Political Science Review, International Organization,
International Security, and World Politics.
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