A West Virginia University professor can offer commentary on the tenth anniversary (March 19) of the Iraq War.

Professor Scott Crichlow, who chairs the political science department, conducts research on international relations, U.S. foreign policy, political psychology and Middle Eastern politics. His current research focuses on how group decision-making dynamics and the beliefs and personality traits of political leaders affect foreign policy.

He has co-authored a book titled Groupthink Versus High-Quality Decision Making in International Relations.

Crichlow can be reached at 304.293.9535 or scott.crichlow@mail.wvu.edu