Together with John Moore, Dr. Pubantz is a leading scholar on the workings of the UN, as well as international politics in general. Articles on the UN include Democratising the United Nations (forthcoming), based on a paper that he gave at last year's International Conference in recognition of the 100th Anniversary of the Nobel Peace Prize, and George Bush Snr. and the UN: A Prudent Journey from Realism to Idealism, 1971-1993. He is coauthor with John Moore of To Create a New World? American Presidents and the United Nations, recipient of one of the American Library Association’s "Outstanding Academic Titles for 2000" awards. He and Moore have just completed the Encyclopedia of the United Nations (New York: Facts on File, 2002). Dr. Pubantz earned his Ph.D at Duke University. He has lectured across the United States and internationally and has appeared as a broadcast commentator on American foreign policy, the Middle East and post-Soviet/Russian politics. He also has served as President of the National Collegiate Conference Association, the governing board of the National Model United Nations, the largest student-administered conference in the United States.
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