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School of History

Adam Boon

Teaching Associate



I am a PhD student at Queen Mary researching President Eisenhower’s leadership style and its application to the management of American policy towards the Soviet Union in the 1950s. My doctoral project combines and reflects my broader research interests in the evolution of the American presidency, American foreign and national security policy-making and international history in the 20th century. I previously completed a BSc International Relations & History at LSE, an MA Russian Studies at UCL and an MRes International Security at Birkbeck, University of London.


Undergraduate Teaching


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