Miller's expertise/interest is the U.S. in world politics (American foreign policy), with a special focus on Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. She has written extensively on negotiation and bargaining and international organization and diplomatic history in books, essays, and reviews in leading American, British, and Israeli journals. She is a long term member of the Council on Foreign Relations and was a long-term member of the London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies. She edited a major professional journal, International Studies Review, for the International Studies Association as a joint Wellesley-Brown enterprise from 1998-2002.
In between receiving graduate degrees at Columbia, Miller wrote for the Great Decisions program of the Foreign Policy Association. In recent years, as a public service, she has also presented their much newer content in adult education settings at the Wellfleet Public Library. At the Open University of Wellfleet Miller is a faculty member teaching courses on Politics in Film and Fiction. She is also a long time Board member (and former Board chair) of the Center for Coastal Studies where she assists in the Science and Education Program which is now emphasizing "climate change" in coastal communities.
In the News
Updates the successful 2009 first edition with 10 new chapters on theory and practice, stressing changing regional settings and the limits/constraints on the U.S. Intended for undergraduate and graduate courses and wider lay public audiences.