Associate Professor of Government and Director of the International Relations Program, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Professor of U.S. Government and History, University of Tokyo, Japan
Former U.S. Executive Director and Alternate Executive Director, International Monetary Fund
Meg Lundsager currently consults on international economic, financial, and regulatory issues. While United States’ Executive Director on the International Monetary Fund Executive Board (2007-2014), she focused on achieving effective IMF input into lending programs in Europe, securing adequate IMF resources, supporting low income countries, and strengthening IMF oversight of exchange ra...
Associate Professor of Law, Washburn University
Analyst, U.S. Government
Dr. Brenda Seaver has worked as a CIA analyst for 14 years. She began her career covering East Asia and has spent the last decade focusing on various countries in South America. Between 2010-12, Seaver was a Latin America Regional Analyst at the US Department of State's Bureau of Intelligence and Research. She recently completed a two-year rotation to the CIA's Red Cell...
PhD Candidate, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences
Professor of History, Michigan State University.
Sayuri Guthrie Shimizu is a professor of American History at Michigan State University. Her area of expertise is the history of the United States' engagement with the world and she has published extensively on the United States' relations with East Asia, particularly Japan, since the late 19th century. Her approach to historical study is multidisciplinary, encompassing multiple subfields (...
Visiting Lecturer, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
Professor, University of Hawaii, Manoa