|Full name||James Boys|
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|Editorial work||News writing, Features writing|
|Last updated||01-08-2017 10:25|
Dr. James D. Boys has worked with international media outlets for the past decade, appearing regularly on TRT World, CNBC, Bloomberg News, BBC News Chanel, Sky News and Al Jazeera English. He is regularly called upon to discuss breaking stories relating to current and historical aspects of American political life.
He is completing his third book, 'Clinton's War on Terror,' an appraisal of US counterterrorism strategy, due for publication in 2018. He has previously published a political memoir of Hillary Clinton, entitled 'Hillary Rising,' as well as an analysis of US foreign policy in the immediate post-Cold War era, entitled 'Clinton's Grand Strategy.'
He has an ability to convey complex ideas in a direct and engaging manner and in a way that is easy for viewers and listeners to understand.
James is an Associate Professor of International Politics at Richmond University in London, where he delivers courses that focus on the study of the American system of government and the role of the United States on the world stage. From 2012-2015 he was a Visiting Senior Research Fellow at King's College, London.
Dr. Boys’ work straddles history, politics and international relations, examining politics as history and history as politics. These issues have been considered in much of his work, which sees an attempt to engage in a multi-disciplinary approach, blending history and politics with a personal insight into political and historical developments.
His work, both in academia and the media, is dedicated to explaining complex and vital aspects of policy and politics in a manner that is accessible, informative and, when appropriate, entertaining.