Dr. Patrick Haney

Professor and Associate Dean, CAS
Patrick Haney


PHONE:
 513-529-4321
OFFICE: 143 Upham
EMAIL: haneypj@miamioh.edu

Degrees and Institutions

  • Ph.D., Political Science, Indiana University
  • B.A., Political Science, Ohio State University

Selected Publications

  • Donald M. Snow and Patrick J. Haney. 2013. American Foreign Policy in a New Era (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson).

  • Patrick J. Haney and Walt Vanderbush. 2005. The Cuban Embargo: The Domestic Politics of an American Foreign Policy (Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press).

  • Patrick J. Haney. 2002, 1997. Organizing for Foreign Policy Crises: Presidents, Advisers, and the Management of Decision-Making (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press).

  • Laura Neack, Jeanne A.K. Hey, Patrick J. Haney, eds. 1995. Foreign Policy Analysis: Continuity and Change in its Second Generation (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall).

  • Philip A. Russo, Jr., and Patrick J. Haney. "Intermestic Politics and Homeland Security Policy" In James McCormick (ed), Domestic Sources of American Foreign Policy (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 6/ed, 2012), pp. 285-299.

  • Patrick J. Haney. 2012. “Interest Groups,” in The Handbook of American Foreign Policy (NY: Routledge Press), ed. Steven W. Hook and Christopher M. Jones, pp. 291-303.

  • Patrick J. Haney. 2012. “Ethnic Lobbying in the Obama Administration,” in Renewal: The United States in the Global Community (Washington DC: CQ Press), ed. Steven W. Hook and James M. Scott, pp. 77-93.

  • Patrick J. Haney. 2011. “Cuban American Lobbies and PACs in Washington, DC.” In Cuba: People, Culture, History (Gale Publishing), ed. Alan West-Durán.

  • Patrick J. Haney. 2010. “Ethnic Lobbying and Foreign Policy.” In Vol III of The International Studies Encyclopedia (ISA Compendium Project) (Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell), ed. Robert A. Denemark pp. 1677-1693.

  • Bryan W. Marshall and Patrick J. Haney. 2010. “Aiding and Abetting: Congressional Complicity in the Rise of the Unitary Executive.” In The Unitary Executive and the Modern Presidency (College Station: Texas A&M University Press), ed. Ryan J. Barilleaux and Christopher S. Kelley, pp. 188-216.

  • Philip Brenner, Patrick J. Haney, Walt Vanderbush. 2008. “Intermestic Interests and U.S. Policy Toward Cuba.” In The Domestic Sources of American Foreign Policy 5/ed (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield), ed. Eugene R. Wittkopf and James M. McCormick, pp. 65-80.

  • Patrick J. Haney. 2005. “Foreign Policy Advising: Models and Mysteries from the Bush Administration.” Presidential Studies Quarterly 35 (June), pp. 289-302.

  • Patrick J. Haney. 2005. “Lessons for the Next Preventive War.” In The Search for WMD: Non-Proliferation, Intelligence and Pre-Emption in the New Security Environment (Halifax, Nova Scotia: Dalhousie University Centre for Foreign Policy Studies), ed. Graham F. Walker, pp. 301-306.

  • Lynn Kuzma and Patrick J. Haney. 2001. "And...Action! Using Film to Learn about Foreign Policy." International Studies Perspectives 2: 33-50.

  • Patrick J. Haney. 2000. "Learning about Foreign Policy at the Movies." In The New International Studies Classroom: Active Teaching, Active Learning (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner), ed. Jeffrey S. Lantis, Lynn M. Kuzma, and John Boehrer.

  • Walt Vanderbush and Patrick J. Haney. 1999. "Policy Toward Cuba in the Clinton Administration." Political Science Quarterly 144 (Fall): 387-408. Patrick J. Haney and Walt Vanderbush. 1999. "The Role of Ethnic Interest Groups in US Foreign Policy: The Case of the Cuban American National Foundation." International Studies Quarterly 43: 341-361.

  • Patrick J. Haney. 1997. "Soccer Fields and Submarines in Cuba: The Politics of Problem Definition." Naval War College Review (Autumn): 67-84.

  • Patrick J. Haney. 1994. "The Nixon Administration and Middle East Crises: Theory and Evidence of Presidential Management of Foreign Policy Decision- Making." Political Research Quarterly 47: 939-959.Organizing for Foreign Policy Crises: Presidents, Advisers, and the Management of Decision-Making. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, MI, 2002, 1997.

Work in Progress

Professor Haney is currently working on two main projects. He continues to research and write about domestic actors and the U.S. foreign policy process, and he is also working with the Center for Public Management and Regional Affairs to develop projects on inter-local homeland security as well as training modules for local government homeland security initiatives.

Grants, Awards, and Professional Activities

  • Miami University Distinguished Scholar 2007-2008

  • Editorial Board, Foreign Policy Analysis
  • Past President of the Active Learning in International Affairs section of the International Studies Association (ISA), and currently an officer for the Foreign Policy Analysis section of the ISA.

  • Inter-jurisdiction Collaboration Begets Collaboration, Ohio Commission on Local Government Collaboration and Reform Grant, Co-PI, 2009