Zoltán Búzás, PhD
Office: 3021-B MacAlister
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- PhD, Political Science, Ohio State University, 2012
- MA, Political Science and International Relations, University of Delaware, 2006
- BA, European Studies and International Relations, Babeş-Bolyai University (RO), 2004
Zoltán Búzás earned his PhD at the Ohio State University in July 2012. The unifying theme of his research - whether on international discord and cooperation, threat perception and threat inflation, or the evasion of legalized norms - is the role of race in international politics. More generally, his research interests include International Relations Theory, International Security, and International Law. Zoltán’s most recent publication is “The Color of Threat: Race, Threat Perception, and the Demise of the Anglo-Japanese Alliance (1902-1923),” Security Studies 22:4 (December 2013).
To find out more about Zoltán and his work, please visit http://www.zoltanbuzas.com.