The Claremont Institute is sad to announce the death of our dear friend and colleague, Angelo M. Codevilla (1943-2021). Institute president Ryan Williams remembers the great man, here.
Codevilla was a senior fellow of the Claremont Institute and professor emeritus of International Relations at Boston University.
He received his B.A. from Rutgers University, an M.A. from Notre Dame University, and his Ph.D. in Security Studies, U.S. Foreign Policy, and Political Theory from the Claremont Graduate School.
At Boston University from 1995, Professor Codevilla was a U.S. Naval Officer, an Assistant Professor at the Grove City College and North Dakota State College, a U.S. Foreign Service Officer, and a member of President-Elect Reagan’s Transition Teams within the U.S. Department of State. He dealt with Western Europe and with matters affecting the U.S. Intelligence Community. He served as a U.S. Senate Staff member dealing with oversight of the intelligence services, a professorial lecturer at Georgetown University and a Senior Research Fellow for the Hoover Institution at Stanford University.
- The Character of Nations: How Politics Makes and Breaks Prosperity, Family, and Civility, by Angelo Codevilla, 2000
- Between The Alps and a Hard Place, by Angelo Codevilla, 2000
- The Prince, by Niccolo Machiavelli, translated by Angelo Codevilla, 1995
- Informing Statecraft: Intelligence for a New Century, by Angelo Codevilla, 1992
- Arms Control Delusion, by Malcolm Wallop and Angelo Codevilla, 1987
- While Others Build: The Commonsense Approach to the Strategic Defence Initiative, by Angelo Codevilla, 1988
- War: Ends and Means, by Paul Seabury and Angelo Codevilla, 1988
- Modern France, by Angelo Codevilla, 1974