Dr. Tony Armstrong
Professor of Political Science
Why I Teach:"I teach to make a difference in the lives of students, and the greatest difference I can make is to empower their pursuit of happiness"
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Ph.D., Political Science, University of Washington
M.A., Political Science, Philipps University
B.A., Psychology, Boise State University
- Breaking the Ice: Rapprochement between East and West Germany, the United States and China, and Israel and Egypt (Washington D.C.: U.S. Institute of Peace, 1993).
- The Lovestar: A Philosophy of Love (Bloomington, Indiana: 1st Books, 1999).
- Educating Angels: Empowering the Pursuit of Happiness (Little Rock, Arkansas: Parkhurst Bros., due to be released April 2013).
PO103 Introduction to Political Science
PO343 European Politics
PO251 Introduction to International Relations
PO241 Introduction to Comparative Politics
PO325 State and Society: Great Debates
PO329 Justice, Freedom, and Equality
PO352 U.S. Foreign Policy
PO353 Model United Nations
PO340 Politics of Developing Areas
PO428 Utopias and Dystopias
PO326 Politics and Religion
HN101 The Nature of Reality
HN202 The Social Good