Dr Nicholas Kitchen is a Fellow of LSE IDEAS, the Centre for International Affairs, Diplomacy and Strategy at the London School of Economics. His doctoral thesis focused on United States grand strategy debates in the 1990s, supervised by Professor Michael Cox.
Nick’s research interests lie primarily in the fields of contemporary American foreign policy and neoclassical realist theory.
Nick is a founding Fellow of the LSE IDEAS Transatlantic Project and teaches in the International Relations Department at LSE. He is also responsible for the development of the IDEAS website and is the editor of IDEAS Reports, having formerly served as Managing Editor of Cold War History.
Nick has an MRes in International Relations from Keele University and a MA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Oxford University.