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Prof. Michael E. Cox

Professor of International Relations, The London School of Economics

Michael E. Cox is Emeritus Professor of International Relations at the London School of Economics (LSE) and Director of LSE IDEAS. He also teaches for the TRIUM Global Executive MBA Program, an alliance of NYU Stern and the London School of Economics and HEC School of Management.

"Prof. Cox points out that scholars have been wrong on many occasions about key historical events"

Prof. Michael E. Cox


Prof. Cox held positions in the Queen's University of Belfast Northern Ireland, California State University at San Diego, The College of William & Mary, and the Department of International Politics in Aberystwyth, Wales. In 2011, he launched a new Executive Masters in Global Strategy designed to teach mid-career professionals from the public, private and NGO sectors who deal with international relations, diplomacy, security and international business. He is the current Director of the programme. In addition, since joining the LSE Cox has also acted as Academic Director of both the LSE-PKU Summer School and of the Executive Summer School.

Seine Vorträge

Professor Cox is a well-known speaker on global affairs and has spoken on a range of contemporary global issues, though most recently he has focused on the role of the United States in the international system, the rise of Asia, and whether or not the world is now in the midst of a major power shift.

Sein Vortragsstil

It is vital to understand what drives the world's last remaining superpower and Michael E. Cox helps us do precisely that by exploring in detail and depth, in a frank and very clear manner.


He presents in English.

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  • International Relations
  • The Rise of Populism and the Crisis of Globalisation: Brexit, Trump and Beyond
  • International Terrorism
  • The Transatlantic Relationship
  • Key Global Drivers of the 21st Century


  • 2017
    The Rise of Populism and the Crisis of Globalisation
  • 2012
    Rise and Fall of the American Empire
  • 2009
    The Global 1989: Continuity and Change in World Politics 1989-2009
  • Soft Power and US Foreign Policy: Theoretical, Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
  • Illusions of Empire and the Spectre of Decline
  • 2008
    U.S. Foreign Policy (with Doug Stokes)

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