A leading academic who received a Ph.D. Columbia University’s Master of Political Science is working on the forthcoming book and will carry out his duties as a researcher in Helsinki’s university degrees. He was previously a faculty member at the renowned Singapore National University, Ohio University, the University of Michigan, and Ohio State University.
Over the years, Hopf has written extensively on Russian politics, Moscow’s foreign relations, and the Soviet Union. His recent work includes Social Politics in International Politics: Identities and Foreign Policy, Making an Identity Count: Building a Great Power National Identity Database, and Reconstructing the Cold War: The Early Years, 1945-1958, which was awarded two major book prizes. These include the Marshall D. Shulman Book Prize and the APSA Jervis-Schroeder Book Award.
Speaking about the upcoming book, a spokesman for Ted Hopf said: he is considered an expert on international security, qualitative research methods, international relations and issues related to the Soviet Union.
Professor Hopf has taught several undergraduate and graduate programs over the past few years. The courses he taught focused primarily on qualitative methods, international relations, identity politics, social theory, food policy, and the rise of China. He also has extensive experience supervising more than 40 Ph.Ds. dissertations.
In addition, well-known academic works have been an integral part of prestigious publications such as the Review of International Studies, the American Political Science Review, the European Journal of International Relations and many others. His recently published article, “The Distribution of Identities and the Future of International Order: China’s Hegemonic Perspectives,” was published in an international organization and made the Washington Post’s “Top Ten Best Works on Political Economy” list. It also won the Ablie Award in 2018 for “Best Political Economic Work.”
About Theodore Hopf
Born in 1959, Ted Hopf is a leading figure in colleges. He is known for his credible work in constructivism in the theory of international relations. Hopf is also known as a professor of political science at several prestigious universities. He is currently working as a researcher at the College of the University of Helsinki. After graduating from Princeton and Columbia University, he has written and edited several books, publications, magazines, and articles.