Robert A, Pape is Professor of Political Science at the University of Chicago specializing in international security affairs. His publications include DYING TO WIN: THE STRATEGIC LOGIC OF SUICIDE TERRORISM (Random House June 2005); BOMBING TO WIN: AIR POWER AND COERCION IN WAR (Cornell 1996), "Why Economic Sanctions Do Not Work," INTERNATIONAL SECURITY (1997), "The Determinants of International Moral Action," INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION (1999), AThe Strategic Logic of Suicide Terrorism,@ AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW (August 2003), AThe True Worth of Air Power,@ FOREIGN AFFAIRS (March/April 2004), and “Soft Balancing against the United States,” INTERNATIONAL SECURITY (Summer 2005). His commentary on international security policy has appeared in THE NEW YORK TIMES, WASHINGTON POST, NEW REPUBLIC, BOSTON GLOBE, LOS ANGELES TIMES, and BULLETIN OF ATOMIC SCIENTISTS as well as on THE NEWSHOUR WITH JIM LEHRER, NIGHTLINE, ABC NEWS, CNN’S WOLF BLITZER, ANDERSON COOPER and LOU DOBBS, FOX’s JOHN GIPSON, CNN INTERNATIONAL, and NATIONAL PUBLIC RADIO. Before coming to Chicago in 1999, he taught international relations at Dartmouth College for five years and air power strategy for the USAF's School of Advanced Airpower Studies for three years. He received his Ph. D. from the University of Chicago in 1988 and graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Pittsburgh in 1982. His current work focuses on the origins of suicide terrorism and the logic of soft balancing in a unipolar world.