William T.R. Fox (1912–88)
International Relations Theoretician
Faculty 1950–80, Emeritus 1980–88
William T. R. Fox received his PhD from the University of Chicago in the early 1930's. He was a U.S. pioneer in establishing the systematic study of statecraft and war as an academic discipline. He developed his ideas while he was the professor at Columbia University. He was the director of the Institute of War and Peace Studies at Columbia for several years and taught many who are active in establishing U.S. foreign policy right now.
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