Participant Info

First Name
Kathleen J.
Last Name
United States
Colorado School of Mines
energy, regionalism, resources, Africa, Eurasia
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About Me
Recent Publications
  • Kathleen J. Hancock. “The expanding horizon of renewable energy in sub-Saharan Africa: Leading research in the social sciences.” Energy Research & Social Science 5 (2015): 1-5.
  • Kathleen J. Hancock and Vlado Vivoda. “International political economy: A field born of the OPEC crisis returns to its energy roots.” Energy Research & Social Science 1(1) (2014): 206-216.
  • Kathleen J. Hancock, Matthew Baum, and Marijke Breuning. “Women and Pre-Tenure Scholarly Productivity in International Studies: An Investigation into the Leaky Career Pipeline” International Studies Perspectives 14 (2013): 507-527.
  • “Realism and the Changing International System: Will Russia and China Challenge the Status Quo?” (with Steven E. Lobell). China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly 8, 4, (2010): 143-165.
  • “Asian Power: Sino-Russian Conflict in Central Asia?” Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, 9, 1 (2008): 49-56.
  • “Russia: Great Power Image versus Economic Reality.” Asian Perspective 31, 4 (2007): 71-98.
  • “Escaping Russia, Looking to China: Turkmenistan Pins Hopes on China’s Thirst for Natural Gas.” China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly, 4, 3 ( 2006): 67-87.
  • “The Semi-Sovereign State: Belarus and the Russian Neo-Empire.” Foreign Policy Analysis 2, 2 (2006): 117-136.
Media Coverage
Country Focus
South Africa, Russia, Eurasia, West Africa

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