- B.A., Binghamton University 1992
- Ph.D., Indiana University 1998
- PSCI 226: International Political Economy
- PSCI 227: Theories of International Relations
Dr. Krain regularly teaches Introduction to International Relations, and upper level courses on Large-Scale Political Violence, International Political Economy, Theories of International Relations, and Research Methods & Design.
- Author of Repression and Accommodation in Post-Revolutionary States (St. Martin's Press, 2000)
- Co-editor of Globalization and the Challenges of a New Century (Indiana University Press, 2000)
- His articles have appeared in International Studies Quarterly, The Journal of Conflict Resolution, Comparative Political Studies, International Interactions, International Studies Perspectives, and Human Rights Quarterly (among others).
Dr. Krain teaches a range of courses in international relations and comparative politics, including Introduction to International Relations, Theories of International Relations, International Political Economy, Political Science Research Methods and Design, and Large-Scale Political Violence. His research examines the causes of consequences of repression and large-scale political violence, and the role of both of the state and the international community in causing, mitigating or preventing conflict and violence.