U.S. Foreign Policy Experts
University of Erfurt, Germany
Staff Writer, The Christian Science Monitor
Distinguished Research Professor, Department of History, Northern Illinois University
My teaching and scholarship have focused primarily on American relations with South and Southeast Asia. My first book was about John Hay, secretary of state when the United States annexed the Philippines. While many American historians had explored the annexation, few had examined American colonial rule. Therefore I decided to research the attitudes and ideas of one important gro...
University Distinguished Professor Emeritus, MSU, UMBC
Expertise U.S. foreign relations, especially U.S.-China relations
Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology, Center for Contemporary Arab Studies in the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University
My scholarly work has been about the complicated consequences of conflict. My first book, Palestinian Village Histories, focuses on memory and history among Palestinians made refugees in the course of the 1948 War and the creation of Israel. I collected and examined over 120 village books published by Palestinians about their villages that were destroyed, which I combined with interviews and...
Public Policy Specialist at the Prime Minister's Office to Turkey Ph. D. Candidate, Ataturk Institute for Modern Turkish History, University of Hacettepe
Professor for International Politics at the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg and former Wilson Center Public Policy Scholar
Former Congressman (D-Mo.), President & CEO, Gephardt Government Affairs
Former Ambassador to the Republic of Tunisia
Alan Goulty retired in 2008 after 40 years service in the British Diplomatic Service, including postings as Ambassador to Tunisia (2004-8) and Sudan (1995-9), and as the UK Special Representative for Sudan (2002-4) and Darfur (2005-6), when he led the UK team in the Naivasha and Abuja peace talks. He was Director (Assistant Secretary-equivalent) for the Middle East and North Africa in t...
Jane Harman resigned from Congress February 28, 2011 to join the Woodrow Wilson Center as its first female Director, President and CEO. Representing the aerospace center of California during nine terms in Congress, she served on all the major security committees: six years on Armed Services, eight years on Intelligence and four on Homeland Security. She has made numerous Congressional f...