Beiträge als Autor:
- Bridging the Gap: Humanitarian Organizations and the Military in Peace Operations (aus der Publikation Jahrbuch für internationale Sicherheitspolitik 2000)
- From Counterinsurgency to Peace Enforcement: New Names for Old Games? (aus der Publikation Peace Operations between Peace and War)
Associate Professor and chair of the History Department at DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois.
He has written extensively on civil conflict, including two books and numerous articles on counterinsurgency.
The Society for Army Historical Research awarded his first book, British Counterinsurgency, 1919-1960, the 1990 Templer Medal as the best work on British military history that year.
He followed this study with a sequel, British Counterinsurgency in the Post-Imperial Era (1995).
Most recently he has expanded his research and writing into the area of peace operations;
his book Peace Operations in Civil Conflict: The Sword or the Olive Branch? is to be published in 1998.