Associate Professor of Political Science
Hagerty’s latest research focuses on Iran’s nuclear ambition and its potential impact on security in the Middle East, South Asia, Israel and on missile defense for U.S. troops and interests in the region. He authored a chapter for the forthcoming 2008 book Nuclear Deterrence in South Asia and Beyond on the implications of a nuclear-armed Iran. Hagerty is the co-author of Fearful Symmetry: Indo-Pakistani Crises in the Shadow of Nuclear Weapons and South Asia in World Politics. He is also the editor of Asian Security, an academic journal that takes a global, interdisciplinary look at security issues in South Asia.
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