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Dr Mark Bailey

Teaching Fellow in International Relations

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  • Name: Dr Mark Bailey
  • Position: Teaching Fellow in International Relations
  • Room: 4.01 (Gordon Sq)
  • Fax: 020 7679 4969


Mark Bailey took an MA in International Political Economy at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and received his PhD, investigating the role played by political myth in legitimising and objectifying visions of world order, from the same institution. He has taught courses in International Political Economy, Developmental Politics, and International Relations at Newcastle, Lancaster and Sunderland Universities, and International Security Studies during his most recent appointment at Leicester University.

His research interests include: the role of political myth in International Political Economy; the political philosophies of Ernst Cassirer, Eric Voegelin, Leo Strauss; the politics of global development; United States foreign policy since 1945 (especially during the George W. Bush era); and the politics of the 'Anti-Globalisation' movement. He currently lives in Northampton.

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