Alan W. Cafruny (Ph.D.) Cornell (1983), Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Affairs, teaches in the areas of International Relations and European Politics. He is the author of numerous books and scholarly articles, including most recently The European Union and Global Capitalism: Origins, Development, Crisis (co-authored with Magnus Ryner, 2017), The Handbook of Critical International Political Economy (co-edited with Leila Talani and Gonzalo Pozo , 2016), Exploring the Global Financial Crisis (co-edited with Herman Schwartz, 2013) and Europe at Bay: In the Shadow of US Hegemony (co-authored with Magnus Ryner (2007). His articles have appeared in a variety of journals in the United States and Europe, including the New Left Review, Socialist Register, International Organization, Review of International Political Economy, New Political Economy, the International Spectator, Russia in Global Affairs, and Agone. His work has been translated into French, Italian, Spanish, and Russian. He is a former member of the Executive Committee of the European Studies Association (EUSA), a former Fulbright Scholar at the Higher School of Economics, Moscow (Russia), and a Valdai Club Expert. He is co-editor (with Herman Schwartz) of the series: Advances in International Political Economy, sponsored by the International Political Economy Section of the International Studies Association.
(2019) “Can the United States Contain China? Contradictions and Limitations of U.S. Trade Policy in the Trump Era and Beyond,” Russia in Global Affairs, 17(1) March-April.
(2019) with Leila Talani “German Ordo-Liberalism and the Future of the European Union” Critical Sociology, 45,3, May.
(2020), with Ksenia Kirkham, “ EU ‘Sovereignty’ in Global Governance: The Case of Sanctions in Leonid Grigoriev and Adrian Pabst, eds., Global Governance in Transition: Challenges for International Cooperation (New York: Springer).
(2019), “The Left and Europe,” in Greg Albo and Leo Panitch, eds., Socialist Register 2019: A World Turned Upside Down? (London: The Merlin Press).