Nathan E. Dial
Program Area(s): Comparative Politics
Regional Specialization(s): United States; Europe
How NATO Decides: A Framework for How NATO Selects, Develops, and Decides to Pursue Out-of-Area Activities
Dissertation Committee: Dr. William Reno, Dr. Hendrik Spruyt, and Dr. Marine Henke
Research Interest(s): NATO, US Security Policy, Quantitative Methods, Qualitative Methods, and NBA Analytics
- ‘I am confused, scared and afraid'. AirforceTimes (June 2020)
- "Three generations of Black military members show the progress that’s been made, and the path forward". AirforceTimes (July 2020)
- "The consequences of implicit bias at Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training". AirforceTimes (July 2020)
- "Institutional racism is boring" with Daniel Walker. AirforceTimes (August 2020)
- Academic Publications: "What is the Impact of College Basketball on an NBA Career: An Analysis of McDonald’s All-Americans from 2001 to 2012." The International Journal of Sport and Society 12 (1): 53-69. doi:10.18848/2152-7857/CGP/
v12i01/53-69. Op-Ed Writing: Dial, Nathan. 2020. "I am Confused, Scared, and Afraid." The Air Force Times, June 27, 2020, Commentary.
- Dial, Nathan. 2020. "Three Generations of Black Military Members Show the Progress That’s Been Made, and The Path Forward." The Air Force Times. Last Modified July 5, 2020.
- Dial, Nathan. 2020. "The Consequences of Implicit Bias at Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training." Race Relations in the Air Force. Sightline Media Group,. Accessed July 12, 2020.
- Dial, Nathan, and Daniel Walker. 2020. "Institutional Racism is Boring." Sightline Media Group. Accessed August 16, 2020.
- "What is the Value of College Basketball on an NBA Career." International Journal of Sport and Society Conference (Granada, Spain) June 2020.
- "Quantitative Analysis of the impact of College Basketball on NBA Careers", International Journal of Sport and Society.
- Accepted to 2020 Institute for Qualitative and Multi-Method Research Workshop (Syracuse University): "The Pivotal Nation, Critical Allies, and Contributors: An Analysis of NATO in the 2000s."