Dr. Thornton teaches classes on international politics in theory and practice, the European Union, and NATO. Her research focuses on international relations, transatlantic security, the European Union, and Romani issues.
education and training
- Marin Thornton, G. (2014). The Outsiders: Power Differentials between Roma and Non-Roma in Europe. Perspectives on European Politics and Society. 15(1), 106-119.
- Thornton, G. M. (2008). The Paradox of the Transatlantic Security Project: From Taming European Power to Dividing It. International Politics. 45(3), 382-397.
- Kanet, R. E., Marin-Thornton, G., Minervini, L. S., & Roberts, K. A. (2003). State, identity and security in East Central Europe and Eastern Europe - Recent publications in English. OSTEUROPA. 53(12), 1853-1864.
- Marin Thornton, G. (2016). Lean Forward and Pull Back Options for US Grand Strategy. James, P. (Eds.), Oxford Bibliographies Online in International Relations. Oxford University Press (OUP).
- Thornton, G. M. (2014). Democracies and World Order. Armstrong, D. (Eds.), Oxford Bibliographies Online in International Relations. Oxford University Press (OUP).
- Marin Thornton, G. (2009). The Bush II Administration Foreign Policy toward Europe: From The Bush Doctrine to Transformational Diplomacy and Beyond. Kanet, R. E. (Eds.), The United States and Europe in a Changing World. (pp. 17-17). Republic of Letters Publishing.
- Marin Thornton, G., & Kanet, R. E. (2005). The Russian Federation and the Commonwealth of Independent States. Kanet, R. E. (Eds.), The New Security Environment The Impact on Russia, Central and Eastern Europe. (pp. 15-15). Ashgate Publishing.
Texas A&M University; International Affairs; 4220 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4220