Lori MaGuire

Professor of civilisation in universities and British and American history, MaGuire received his doctorate at the University of Oxford and his habilitation at the University of Paris IV (Sorbonne).

From 2001 to 2005, he was a professor at Cergy-Pontoise, and from 1995 to 2001, a lecturer at the University of Paris XII (Val-de-Marne).

His research focuses on the history and political science from Britain and the United States, including borders in political life and in international relations and how these boundaries are reflected in the media. His article “The US Congress and the Politics of Afghanistan: An Analysis of the Senate Foreign Relations and Armed Services Committees During George W. Bush’s Second Term” appeared in the Cambridge Review of International Affairs in spring 2013.

Among his other publications in international relations we note: Anglo-American Policy Reviews towards the Free French (Palgrave Macmillan, 1996, ISBN: 0-333-63239-7 (hbk).

He led the book, Foreign Policy Discourse in the New World Order (Cambridge Scholars, 2009 isbn: 1-4438-0131-3 (hbk) in 2010 and the second volume: Domestic Policy Discourse in the New World Order (Cambridge Scholars, ISBN: 1-4438-2429-1 (hbk).

In political history, it issued Conservative Women: A History of Women and the Conservative Party (Palgrave Macmillan, 1998 ISBN: 0-333-68695-0 (hbk) and he is an author of Democracy in the twentieth century (Atlande 2000 , ISBN: 2-912232-15-5 (ppb).