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  • Patrick C. Bratton

    International Visiting Fellow
    +91 11 2671 7983
    Archive data: Person was International Visiting fellow at IDSA from September 11 – November 17, 2009

    Dr. Patrick Bratton is an Assistant Professor of political science and the Program Chair for Political Science and International Relations at Hawai‘i Pacific University (HPU). At IDSA he is working on the use of coercive diplomacy during Indo-Pakistani crises.

    At HPU, he teaches courses in international relations, comparative politics, contemporary France, national security, and foreign policy. His research focuses on strategic studies, security in Europe and Asia, foreign policy decision-making, and alliances and transatlantic relations.

    He graduated from the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, and then completed graduate studies at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth (UK), and the Université de Rennes 2 (France). He finished his Ph.D. at The Catholic University of America, in Washington, DC. He has worked at The Catholic University of America, the National War College, and Washington College.

    • “Franco-American Relations and Implications for the Pacific,” Revue Juridique Polynésienne, forthcoming.
    • “11/9-9/11: The Brave New World Order,” Villanova Law Review (With Harvey Rishikof); Oct. 2005
    • “Coming to Terms: When Does Coercion Lead to Positive Long-Term Outcomes?” Naval War College Review, Summer 2005
    • “When Governments Collide in the Taiwan Strait,” Journal of Strategic Studies (With Wallace Thies); December 2004
    • “A Coherent Theory of Coercion?”, Comparative Strategy; Oct.-Dec. 2003
    • “France and the Revolution in Military Affairs,” Contemporary Security Policy, August 2002
    • He has just finished an article on coercive diplomacy and the Falklands War.