Miles M. Evers

Miles M. Evers

Monroe 426
[email protected]

Areas of Expertise

Political economy, international security, social theories of international politics, U.S. foreign policy, and mixed-methods

Major- International Relations

Minor- Research Methods

Miles is currently a Ph.D. in candidate. His research investigates the domestic politics of international relations and U.S. foreign policy, using archival research and survey experiments. Miles' current book-project, Defending the Private Interest: Corporate Power and U.S. Foreign Policy since 1900, studies the influence of American corporations on foreign interventions over the past century. In addition, he is working on projects related to public support for war, resistance to international norms, and the origins of U.S. imperialism in the Pacific. Related work has appeared in International Studies Quarterly and Perspectives on Politics, and is forthcoming in International Theory.


George Washington University, Ph.D. in Political Science (expected May)
University of Chicago, Master of International Relations
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Economics



Evers, Miles M. (2017) “On Transgression.” International Studies Quarterly 61:4, 786–794.