John W. Dietrich

John W. Dietrich

John W. Dietrich is a professor of Political Science and Chair of the department.
His research and teaching focus on U.S. foreign policy, international relations, and human rights. He has published numerous articles and a book on George W. Bush's foreign policy.
He has a BA from the University of Pennsylvania and PhD from Johns Hopkins University.

Ph D, Johns Hopkins University

MA, Johns Hopkins University

BA, University of Pennsylvania

Dietrich, J., The George W. Bush Foreign Policy Reader: Presidential Speeches with Commentary, M.E. Sharpe, 2005.

Dietrich, J., "A World Perspective: Affirmative Action in the Global Context" in Controversies in Affirmative Action, Praeger Publishing, 2014.

Dietrich, J., "The Limited Prospects of Deterrence by the International Criminal Court: Lessons from Domestic Experience", International Social Science Review, 2014.

Dietrich, J., Enduring Questions: American Government, Editorial Board, 2014.

Dietrich, J., "R2P and Intervention after Libya", Journal of Alternative Perspectives in the Social Sciences , 2013.

Dietrich, J., Enduring Questions: American Government, Editorial Board, 2013.

Dietrich, J., "Morality, Public Health, and the National Interest: The President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)", Pew Case Studies in International Affairs, 2012.

Dietrich, J.,Witkowski, C., "Obama’s Human Rights Policy: Déjà vu With a Twist", Human Rights Review, 2012.

Dietrich, J., "The Politics of PEPFAR: President Bush’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief", Ethics & International Affairs, 2007.

Dietrich, J., "U.S. Human Rights Policy in the Post-Cold War Era", Political Science Quarterly, 2006.

Dietrich, J., "Interest Groups and Foreign Policy: Clinton and the China MFN Debates", Presidential Studies Quarterly, 1999.

Dietrich, J., "PEPFAR" and "Tuberculosis", The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Global Security Studies, 2019.

Dietrich, J., Review of Stephen R. Porter, Benevolent Empire: U.S. Power, Humanitarianism, and the World’s Dispossessed, Human Rights Review, 2019.

Dietrich, J., Institutionalizing the Atrocities Prevention Board (APB), International Studies Association Annual Meeting, 2016.

Dietrich, J., “International Trafficking of Human Organs” , Enduring Questions in Issues Understanding Controversy and Society, ABC-CLIO., 2015.

Dietrich, J., "Bush Doctrine," "Political Science/International Relations," and "Weinberger-Powell Doctrine" , Encyclopedia of Military Science, 2013.

Dietrich, J., "Creating Laws that Bite: U.S. Driven Solutions to End Human Trafficking", Issues: Understanding Controversy and Society, ABC-CLIO, 2013.

Dietrich, J., "Juvenile Courts," "Timothy McVeigh," "National Tracing Center," "Terry Nichols," "Trigger Locks," "Youth Gun Crime Interdiction Initiative," and "The Juvenile Justice Bill" in Guns in American Society: An Encyclopedia of History, Politics, Culture, and the Law, ABC-CLIO, 2013.

Dietrich, J., "Kamuhanda Trial," "Kayishema Trial" and "Rutaganda Trial", Atrocities, Massacres, and War Crimes: An Encyclopedia, 2013.

Dietrich, J., "U.S. Drones Strikes are a Justifiable and Successful Counterterrorism Tool", Enduring Questions in American Government, ABC-CLIO, 2013.

Dietrich, J., Test Bank: for Essentials of International Relations, 6th Edition, W.W. Norton, 2013.

Dietrich, J., Review of Amitava Kumar, A Foreigner Carrying in the Crook of His Arm a Tiny Bomb, Human Rights Review, 2011.

Dietrich, J., Review of Lee Feinstein and Tod Lindberg, Means to an End: U.S. Interest in the International Criminal Court , H-Human-Rights , 2011.

Dietrich, J., Review of Robert I. Rotberg, ed. The Worst of the Worst: Dealing with Repressive and Rogue Nations, Human Rights Review, 2010.

Dietrich, J., "Free Trade Area of the Americas," "The Geneva Conventions," "The United Nations," and "World Government" in International Encyclopedia of Public Policy: Governance in a Global Age, Global Political Economy Research Unit, 2006.

Dietrich, J., Review of Albrecht Schnabel and Ramesh Takur, Kosovo and the Challenge of Humanitarian Intervention, Human Rights Quarterly, 2003.

Outstanding Service, 2017

Faculty Merit, 2016

Global Studies Scholar Award, 2015

Faculty Merit, 2014

Faculty Merit, 2012

Faculty Mentor of the Year, 2010

Faculty Merit, 2010

Faculty Merit, 2008

Faculty Merit, 2006

Induction in Omicron Delta Kappa, 2006

Faculty Merit, 2004

Global Politics, Human Rights Policy, U.S. Foreign Policy, International Relations

Human Rights Policy, U.S. Foreign Policy, International Security, International Relations

American Political Science Association

International Studies Association