The Department of Political Science
Howard H. Lentner
Howard H. Lentner, Professor Emeritus, taught primarily international politics and foreign policy at Baruch from January 1973 to August 2003. He is the author of Power and Politics in Globalization: The Indispensable State (Routledge, 2004), International Politics: Theory and Practice (West Publishing, 1997); State Formation in Central America: The Struggle for Autonomy, Development and Democracy (Greenwood Press, 1993); and Foreign Policy Analysis: A Comparative and Conceptual Approach (Merrill Publishing, 1974). He is the coeditor of Hegemony and Power: Consensus and Coercion in Contemporary Politics (Lexington Books, 2006) and Power in Contemporary Politics: Theories, Practices, Globalizations (Sage, 2000). He has contributed chapters to a number of edited books, and his articles have been published in Review of Policy Research, Political Studies, Journal of East Asian Affairs, Foro Internacional, Comparative Politics, Orbis, World Politics, Military Review, Journal of Politics, Western Political Quarterly, and other journals.