United States Experts
assistant secretary, Regulatory Cooperation Council Secretariat, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
Professor of History, Rutgers University
For years, I've been fascinated with how individuals and communities make sense of conflict. War, it's often said, is the "worst thing we do." Yet it's hard to imagine a field of human endeavor subject to more insistent, and persistent, valorization. Art and literature may entreat us to contemplate the sorrow and pity of war, but just as often popular culture, practices of re...
Assistant Professor, Northwestern University
Jonathan Caverley is an assistant professor of political science at Northwestern University, where he co-chairs the Working Group on Security Studies at the Roberta Buffett Center for International and Comparative Studies. Professor Caverley previously served as a submarine officer in the U.S. Navy and as an Assistant Professor of Naval Science at Northwestern University, where he taught undergrad...
Lecturer, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh
Staff Writer, The Christian Science Monitor
CISCO Visiting Executive
General Counsel, Cisco China, Cisco Systems Inc.
ExpertiseTechnology licensing; intellectual property law
Assistant Professor of Political Science, The University of Denver
I was raised in Evansville, Indiana, the son of a school teacher, attended college at Princeton University, where I studied Eastern religions and Western philosophy, then proceeded to the University of Chicago for graduate studies in The Committee on Social Thought. My Master’s work focused on the emergence of modern political economy from 18th century Scottish moral philosophy. For my...
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...
Independent Scholar; Professor of Military History Emeritus, Air University
My interest in strategy and war colleges derives from a lifelong study of history, a dedication to the value of the past in preparing for the future, and a decade and half of teaching strategy and policy at American's military war colleges. I majored in history at Yale University, enjoying the subject while unaware of the preeminence of my professors. Upon graduation in 1961, I joined the U.S. Arm...