overview

Ambassador Napper is a professor of the practice at the Bush School with primary teaching, research, and service interests in American diplomacy and statecraft, US foreign and national security policy, and Russia and the Eurasian states of the former USSR.

education and training
selected publications
Academic Articles1
  • Larry C. Napper (1985). The Arab Autumn of 1984: A Case Study of Soviet Middle East Diplomacy. Middle East Journal. 39(4), 733-744.
Chapters3
  • Napper, L. C. (2019). The African Terrain and U.S.-Soviet Conflict in Angola and Rhodesia: Some Implications for Crisis Prevention. George, A. L. (Eds.), Managing U.S.-Soviet Rivalry: Problems of Crisis Prevention. 155-185. Routledge.
    doi badge
  • Napper, L. C. (2019). The Ogaden War: Some Implications for Crisis Prevention. George, A. L. (Eds.), Managing U.S.-Soviet Rivalry: Problems of Crisis Prevention. 225-253. Routledge.
    doi badge
  • Hamilton, L. H (1984). Competition and Dialogue: Dealing with the Soviet Union in the 1980s. U.S.-Soviet Relations Perspectives for the Future. 23-29. Center for National Policy.
Internet Publications1
  • online source badge
Email
lnapper@tamu.edu
First Name
Larry
Last Name
Napper
mailing address
Texas A&M University; International Affairs; 4220 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4220
USA