An authority on international relations and economics, Holoman can talk about U.S. foreign economic policy, international strategic alliances, and globalization and international economic relations, particularly the role of the U.S. in the international economic system and how this may bring the U.S. into conflict with other countries. He specializes in war, strategy of war, political and diplomatic ramifications of war, and weapons and war, such as how weapons of mass destruction have changed the scope of war and the conduct of war. A past MacArthur Scholar on peace and international cooperation, Holoman also focuses on the World Trade Organization and NAFTA and related issues. In the area of politics, he can examine national politics, nominations, campaigning, candidate’s positions, and the election process. He’s also a specialist on the United Nations and the U.N. Security Council.