Our first visiting Professor will be joining us at 6:30 on May 18th, 2016 at The Morristown Club. Food will be served and Cash Bar available throughout the evening.
Stephen Sestanovich, a professor at Columbia University and senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, is the author of "Maximalist: America in the World From Truman to Obama."
“This year’s presidential election seems to be scrambling the views of both parties on America’s role in the world.
What explains the confusion? Can the past help us understand how the debate will play out?”
Professor Sestanovich’s principal research interests include Russian and post-Soviet politics and foreign policy, and American foreign policy. He has written on these subjects for Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, The Journal of Democracy, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The New Republic, and other publications. Dr. Sestanovich was the principal author of Russia’s Wrong Direction: What the U.S. Can Should Do (2006), an Independent Task Force Report of the Council on Foreign Relations. Volumes he has edited include Rethinking Russia's National Interest (1994), Coping With Gorbachev's Soviet Union (1988), and four volumes of Creating the Post-Communist Order, a series published by the Center for Strategic and International Studies. - See more at: https://sipa.columbia.edu/faculty/stephen-sestanovich#sthash.F18UVEvI.dpuf
Professor Sestanovich's full biography can be found HERE.
Professor Sestanovich's recent articles can he found HERE in The Atlantic.
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