Eric Min

Eric Min



Stanford University

Encina Hall, C246-2

Stanford, CA 94305-6165

(650) 723-3442 (voice)

Research Interests

Interstate diplomacy | War diplomacy | Information gathering and sharing during interstate crises | Application of text analysis and machine learning methods to declassified foreign policy documents


Eric received his B.A. in International Relations at New York University, where he was valedictorian of the College of Arts and Science. He earned his Ph.D. in Political Science at Stanford University and was also Zukerman Postdoctoral Fellow in Social Sciences at the Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC). Eric's research focuses on interstate diplomacy, information gathering and sharing during crises, and applications of machine learning and text analysis techniques to declassified documents related to conflict and foreign policy. His dissertation received the 2018 Kenneth Waltz Prize from the American Political Science Association's International Security Section. This work is currently being converted into a book manuscript that develops a theory and creates new quantitative data regarding the role and strategic use of negotiations in the midst of war.