Ole R. Holsti
George V. Allen Professor Emeritus of International Relations
George V. Allen Professor of Political Science, specializes in international politics and foreign policy decision-making. He is the author of Crisis, Escalation, War, Content Analysis for the Social Sciences and Humanities, and Public Opinion and American Foreign Policy and co-author of International Alliance: Unity and Disintegration, Enemies in Politics, Communication Content, Content Analysis, Change in the International System, American Leadership in World Affairs: Vietnam and The Breakdown of Consensus, and Public Opinion and American Foreign Policy. His articles have appeared in American Political Science Review, The Handbook of Social Psychology, Public Opinion Quarterly, World Politics, Journal of Politics, International Political Science Review, International Studies Quarterly, Diplomatic History, Political Psychology, and various other journals and books. He is former associate editor of International Studies Quarterly and he is Contributing Editor of Running Journal. Professor Holsti was a fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences and he was a Guggenheim Fellow in 1981-82. He was President of the International Studies Association for 1979-80, he was the recipient of the Nevitt Sanford Award from the International Society of Political Psychology for "distinguished professional contributions to political psychology" and is a past Vice President of the ISPP. He won the Howard Johnson award for distinguished teaching in 1990 and The Alumni Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching Award in 1995. He has been the recipient of six National Science Foundation Research Grants, and distinguished lifetime achievement awards from the American Political Science Association and the International Society for Political Psychology.
His non-academic interests including running and racewalking marathons.
- Ph.D., Stanford University 1962
Holsti, OR. "To See Ourselves as Others See Us: How Publics Abroad View the United States in the Post-9/11 Era." Public Opinion Pros (May 2005). (Academic Article)
Holsti, OR. "Identity of the U.S. Military." Perspectives in Politics 2 (September 2004): 557-560. (Academic Article)
Holsti, OR. "Robert Carver North." International Studies Perspectives 4 (2003): 230-232. (Academic Article)
Holsti, OR. "Politicization of the United States military - Crisis or tempest in a teapot?." INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 57.1 (2002): 1-18.
Holsti, OR. "Civil-military relations: How wide is the gap? Reply." INTERNATIONAL SECURITY 24.2 (1999): 204-207.
Holsti, OR. "A widening gap between the US military and civilian society? Some evidence, 1976-96." INTERNATIONAL SECURITY 23.3 (1998): 5-42. Full Text
Holsti, OR. "Will the Real Dulles Please Stand Up?." International Journal XXX (1997): 34-44. (Academic Article)
Holsti, OR, and Rosenau, JN. "Liberals, populists, libertarians, and conservatives: The link between domestic and international affairs." INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW 17.1 (January 1996): 29-54. Full Text
Holsti, OR. "Case Teaching: Transforming Foreign Policy Courses with Cases." International Studies Notes 19 (1994): 7-13. (Academic Article)
Holsti, OR. "Toward an Operational Definition Consensus." American Review of Politics 14 (1993): 309-339. (Academic Article)
(96-0054) Collaborative Research on American Leadership in a Turbulent World awarded by National Science Foundation (Principal Investigator). 1996 to 1998
(97-0033) Support for the Sixth Nationwide Survey on Domestic and Foreign Policy Beliefs of American Leaders awarded by Josiah Charles Trent Memorial Foundation (Principal Investigator). 1996 to 1997
(92-0064) Persistence and Change in the Belief Systems of American Opinion Leaders awarded by National Science Foundation (Principal Investigator). 1992 to 1994
(88-0073) American Leadership Beliefs on Domestic And Foreign Policy awarded by National Science Foundation (Principal Investigator). 1988 to 1990
(87-0497) Beliefs of American Leaders about Foreign Policy and International Relations: Phase Four awarded by Josiah Charles Trent Memorial Foundation (Principal Investigator). 1987 to 1988