Latham's research interests can be grouped broadly under the heading of
"the role of organized violence in global political life". He specializes in
international conflict and security issues and is an expert on arms production and the
proliferation of arms, including weapons of mass destruction. 

Latham has been teaching at Macalester since 1997. 

EDUCATION: B.A., Ph.D., York University M.A., Queen's University 

Journal Articles


Response to Gardiner - 2, Macalester International (2007)


China in the American Geopolitical Imagination, Asian Affairs: An American Review (2001)


Contributions to Books


The Transformation of War (with Kabir Sethi), Contemporary Security and Strategy (2012)

New Wars, the Age of Risk, and the Future of International Relations, Debating a Post-American World: What Lies Ahead? (2011)


The Transformation of War, Contemporary Security and Strategy (2008)

Edited Scholarly Books

Book Reviews

Review of 'On China' by Henry Kissinger (with Jeremy Carp), Cambridge Review of International Affairs (2012)

Review of 'War, Religion and Empire: The Transformation of International Orders' by Andrew Phillips (with Jake Waxman), Cambridge Review of International Affairs (2011)