Richard H. Shultz

Tufts University; Former Carnegie Council Trustee


Richard H. Shultz is director of the International Security Studies Program at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University. He teaches such courses as ""The Role of Force in International Relations,"" ""The Evolution of Military Doctrines,"" and ""Intelligence and National Security."" During 1994–95 he was the recipient of the Olin Distinguished Professorship of National Security Studies at the United States Military Academy.

Shultz has held various fellowships, including those from the Secretary of the Navy, the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace at Stanford University; the Earhart Foundation; and the United States Institute of Peace. He has written and edited books and articles, among them The Secret War Against Hanoi: Kennedy and Johnson's Use of Spies, Saboteurs, and Covert Warriors in North Vietnam (1999); In The Aftermath of War: U.S. Support for Reconstruction and Nation-Building in Panama Following Just Cause (1993); The United States Army: Challenges and Missions (1991); and Power, Principles & Interests: A Reader in World Politics ed., (1985).