Bio

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Chad Rector is Associate Professor in the Department of History and Politics at Marymount University.

Chad Rector, Associate Professor in the Department of History and Politics at Marymount University, studies international negotiations, problems of state integration, and national reunification. He has written a book about independent countries that merge through federations; his current research involves international cooperation on controlling nuclear weapons proliferation and a comparison of national reunification projects in Europe and Asia.  

Chad Rector, Associate Professor in the Department of History and Politics at Marymount University, is the author of Federations: Political Dynamics of Cooperation (2009) from Cornell University Press. His research is on international negotiations among unequal countries where cooperation may be stymied by problems of mistrust. He has also published work in leading political science journals on international financial regulations and national reunification projects in Asia. Two of Rector's current research projects involve international cooperation on controlling nuclear weapons proliferation and China's approach to creating regional economic and security institutions in East Asia.