Greg Kennedy is Professor of Strategic Foreign Policy at King's College London and joined the Defence Studies Department in June 2000. He has taught at the Royal Military College of Canada, in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, for both the History and War Studies Departments. He is an adjunct Professor of that university. His PhD is from the University of Alberta, with an MA in War Studies from the Royal Military College of Canada, and a BA (Hons) in History from the University of Saskatchewan. He has published internationally on strategic foreign policy issues, maritime defence, disarmament, diplomacy and intelligence.
MA special subject:
- Strategy and Strategic Thought
Professor Kennedy is unable to take on new PhD students. Exceptions may be made if a proposal/candidate appears exceptional in terms of their relationship to his specific fields of study.
Professor Kennedy supervises PhD students in the follwoing subject areas:
- Anglo-American Relations 1900-1945
- Royal Navy 1900-1945
- US Navy 1900-1945
- British Foreign Policy 1900-1945
- American Foreign Policy 1900-1945
- Intelligence Studies.
- Maritime History
- Imperial History
- Diplomatic History
- Strategic Thought
- American Foreign Policy
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