Associate Professor, Political Science
School of Social Sciences
University of California, Political Science
University of California, Riverside, Political Science
Phone: (949) 824-6334
Fax: (949) 824-5037
University of California, Irvine
Mail Code: 5100
Irvine, CA 92697
U.S. Foreign Policy, U.S.-Latin American Relations, Mexican-American Politics, Orange County Homeless and a Community Study of Mexican Americans (on Mt. Vernon St.) in San Bernardino.
Professor Sereseres has as his major field of interest U.S. foreign policy and U.S.-Latin American relations. He has a specific policy and research interest in foreign policy strategy and formulation in Mexico and Central America, revolutionary guerilla insurgency, and civil-military relations in Latin America. His experience includes a research consultantship in national security studies at the RAND Corporation and service as a staff officer at the Department of State in the Office of Policy Planning, Bureau of Inter-American Affairs, 1985-1987. He is currently an Associate Professor and Faculty Associate to the Dean, School of Social Sciences. Courses taught by Professor Sereseres include U.S. foreign policy, national security bureaucracy and decision making theory, coercive diplomacy and compellence theory, U.S. Mexico relations, U.S.-Central America relations, revolution and collective political violence, and Mexican-American ethnicity and foreign policy and Homeland Security.
Military Politics, Internal Warfare and U.S. Policy in Guatemala, (forthcoming).
"U.S. Policy and the Nicaraguan Resistance," in The Contras and U.S. Policy, 1989.
"The Highlands War in Guatemala," in Latin American Insurgencies, edited by Georges Fauriol, 1985.
"The Mexican Military Looks South," in The Modern Mexican Military, edited by David Ronfeldt, 1984.
"The Central American Policy Conundrum," American Foreign Policy, 1983.