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2002-present: Dean of Faculty, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Affairs, Johns Hopkins University
2001-present: Bernard L. Schwartz Professor of International Political Economy, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University.
1996-2001: Omer L. and Nancy Hirst Professor of Public Policy, School of Public Policy, George Mason University.
1997-2000: Director, International Commerce and Policy Program, Institutute of Public Policy, George Mason University.
1996-1999: Director, The New Sciences Project, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies; co-director, Project on the Information and Biological Revolutions, RAND/GMU.
1995-1996: Senior Social Scientist, the RAND Corporation
1994-1996: Fellow, Foreign Policy Institute, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, and director of the SAIS Telecommunications Project
1990 - 1994: Consultant, the RAND Corporation
1989 - 1990: Deputy Director, Policy Planning Staff, U.S. Department of State
1983 - 1989: Senior Staff Member, Political Science Department, The RAND Corporation, Santa Monica, California
1986, 1989: Visiting Lecturer, Department of Political Science, UCLA.
1981 - 1982: Policy Planning Staff, Department of State, Washington DC; Member of the U.S. Delegation to the Egyptian-Israeli talks on Palestinian Autonomy
1979 - 1981: Associate Social Scientist, The RAND Corporation, Santa Monica, California
1978 - 1979: Consultant, Pan Heuristics, Inc., Los Angeles, California
1976 (summer): Intern, U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency
Date of Birth: 27 October 1952
Place of Birth: Chicago, Illinois
Marital Status: Married to Laura Holmgren, one daughter and two sons
Member, President’s Council on Bioethics
Member, Council on Foreign Relations.
Member, American Political Science Association.
Founding Member, Pacific Council on International Policy.
Member of the Board of Directors of the National Endowment for Democracy.
Member, Global Business Network.
Member of the advisory board, New America Foundation.
Member of the editorial board of the Journal of Democracy.
Member of the advisory board of the National Interest.
Member of the board of governors, the Rand Graduate School.
Honorary Doctorates, Connecticut College, 1995; Doane College, 2001.
Winner of the Premio Capri International Award for the Italian language edition of The End of History and the Last Man, June 1992.
Winner of the Los Angeles Times' Book Critics Award in the Current Interest category for The End of History and the Last Man, November 1992.
Winner of the Medal of the Presidency of the Italian Republic, October 1993.
Winner of the Excellence 2000 Award of the US Pan Asian-American Chamber of Commerce, May 1995
Graduate Fellow, National Security Program, Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, 1979
Graduate Fellow, Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University, 1978-79
Our Posthuman Future: Consequences of the Biotechnology Revolution (New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 2002).
Information and Biological Revolutions: Global Governance Challenges—Summary of a Study Group, editor, with Caroline S. Wagner (Rand MR-1139-DARPA, 1999).
The Great Disruption: Human Nature and the Reconstitution of Social Order (New York: Free Press, 1999).
The End of Order (London: The Social Market Foundation, 1997).
The Virtual Corporation and Army Organization (with Abram Shulsky), Santa Monica: RAND Corporation MR-863-A, 1997.
Trust: The Social Virtues and the Creation of Prosperity (New York: Free Press, 1995). Also published in approximately 26 foreign language editions.
The US-Japan Security Relationship Aftern the Cold War (with Kongdan Oh), Santa Monica: RAND Corporation MR-283-USDP, 1993 (published also in a Japanese edition by Tokuma Shoten, 1994).
The End of History and the Last Man (New York: Free Press, 1992). Also published in approximately 23 foreign language editions.
Gorbachev and the New Soviet Agenda in the Third World, Santa Monica: RAND Corporation R-3634-A, February 1989.
Soviet Civil-Military Relations and the Power Projection Mission, Santa Monica: RAND Corporation R-3504-AF, April 1987.
The Soviet Union and the Third World: The Last Three Decades, editor, with Andrzej Korbonski, (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1987). Author of Chap. 2, “Soviet Strategy in the Third World.”
Moscow's Post-Brezhnev Reassessment of the Third World, RAND Corporation R-3337-USDP, February 1986.
"Can Any Good Come of Radical Islam?" (with N. Samin), Commentary 114 t.-(Oct. 2002).
“Holes in Our Gene Policy,” Bloomberg Personal Finance (Sept. 2002).
"In Defense of Nature, Human and Non-Human," World Watch Magazine (July-August 2002): 30-32.
“The Ground and Nature of Human Rights”(with William Schulz and Robin Fox), The National Interest no. 68 (Summer 2002).
"Gene Regime," Foreign Policy (March-April 2002).
“Life, but Not as We Know It,” New Scientist (April 20, 2002).
“How to Regulate Science,” The Public Interest, no. 146 (Winter 2002).
“Culture and Economic Development,” in N. J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes, eds., International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences (Oxford: Pergamon, 2001).
“The Limits of Liberal Democracy,” in Joel Krieger, ed., The Oxford Companion to Politics of the World (Oxford University Press, 2001).
“Differing Disciplinary Perspectives on the Origins of Trust,” Boston University Law Review 81 (No. 3, June 2001).
“Natural Rights and Human History,” The National Interest no. 64 (Summer 2001).
"Social Capital, Civil Society, and Development," Third World Quarterly 22 (no. 1, 2001).
“Comparing East Asia and Latin America: Dimensions of Development” (with Sanjay Marwah), Journal of Democracy, October 2000.
“Social Capital,” in Lawrence Harrison and Samuel P. Huntington, eds., Culture Matters, Basic Books, 2000.
“Don’t Do It, Britannia,” Prospect, May 2000. (Essay and review of Tom Nairn, After Britain.)
“Der unprogrammierte Unmensch,” in Die Gegenwart der Zukunft (Berlin: Verlag Klaus Wagenbach, 2000).
“Social Capital and Civil Society,” IMF Working Paper WP/00/74, April 2000.
Comment on “American Power—For What?” Commentary, January 2000.
“Asian Values, Korean Values, and Democratic Consolidation,” in L. Diamond and D. C. Shin, eds., Institutional Reform and Democratic Consolidation in Korea (Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, 2000).
“The March of Equality,” Journal of Democracy 11 (January 2000).
“Military Organization in the Information Age: Lessons from the World of Business” (with A. N. Shulsky) in Zalmay Khalilzad and John P. White, eds., The Changing Role of Information Warfare (Santa Monica, CA: Rand, 1999).
“The Politics of Women,” in Sian Griffiths, ed., Predictions: 30 Great Minds on the Future (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999).
“Asian Values in the Wake of the Asian Crisis,” The Review of Korean Studies 2, Sept. 1999.
“How to Remoralize America,” The Wilson Quarterly, July 1999.
“Asian Values and the Current Crisis,” Development Outreach 1, no. 1, Summer 1999.
“Second Thoughts: The Last Man in a Bottle,” The National Interest, Summer 1999.
“The Great Disruption: Human Nature and the Reconstitution of Social Order,” The Atlantic Monthly, May 1999.
“Women and the Evolution of World Politics,” Foreign Affairs 77 no. 5 (Sept.-Oct. 1998).
Response to Stewart Mallaby, The National Interest (Spring 1998).
"Falling Tide: Global Trends and US Civil Society," Harvard International Review 20, no. 1 (Winter 1997-98).
“Asian Values and the Asian Crisis, “ Commentary (February 1998).
"Is It All In the Genes?" Commentary (September 1997).
Comment on "Is There a Worldwide Conservative Crackup?" The Weekly Standard (Aug.25-Sept. 1, 1997).
“The Illusion of Exceptionalism,” Journal of Democracy, July 1997.
Comment on "The Future of Conservatism," Commentary, February 1997.
“Trust Still Counts in a Virtual World,” Forbes ASAP, Dec. 2, 1996.
Comment on “The National Prospect,” Commentary, November 1995.
“Social Capital and the Global Economy,” Foreign Affairs 74 no. 5 (Sept./Oct. 1995).
“On the Possibility of Writing a Universal History,” in Arthur M. Melzer, Jerry Weinberger, and M. Richard Zinman, eds., History and the Idea of Progress (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1995).
“Virtue and Prosperity,” National Interest, No. 40 (Summer 1995).
“Immigration,” in Lamar Alexander and Chester E. Finn, Jr., eds., The New Promise of American Life (Indianapolis, IN: Hudson Institute, 1995).
“Confucianism and Democracy,” Journal of Democracy, Vol. 6, no. 2 (April 1995).
“The Primacy of Culture,” Journal of Democracy, Vol. 6, no. 1 (Jan. 1995).
“Die Zukunft des Krieges” (“The Future of War”), Frankfurter Allgemeine Magazin, no. 772, Dec. 16, 1994.
“Reflections on 'The End of History' Five Years Later,” in Timothy Burns, ed., After History: Francis Fukuyama and His Critics (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 1994).
“Against the New Pessimism,” Commentary, Vol. 96. no. 2, February 1994.
“Great Planes,” The New Republic, September 6, 1993.
“Immigrants and Family Values,” Commentary, Vol. 95, no. 5, May 1993.
“The Modernizing Imperative,” The National Interest, No. 31, Spring 1993.
“Neyasnost' Natsional'nogo Interessa (The Ambiguity of National Interest),” Nezavisimaya Gazeta (Moscow), October 16, 1992; published also in S. Sestanovich, ed., Rethinking Russia's National Interests (Washington: CSIS, 1994).
Comment on Ghia Nodia, Journal of Democracy, Vol. 3, no. 4, October 1992.
Comment on Stankevich, The National Interest, No. 28, 1992.
“The Beginning of Foreign Policy,” The New Republic, August 17 and 14, 1992.
“Capitalism and Democracy: The Missing Link,” Journal of Democracy, Vol. 3, no. 3, July 1992.
Comment on "Is America on the Way Down?" Commentary, May 1992.
“Democratization and International Security,” in New Dimensions in International Security, Adelphi Paper No. 266, London, International Institute for Strategic Studies.
“Liberal Democracy as a Global Phenomenon,” Political Science, December 1991.
“The Next South Africa,” The National Interest, No. 18, Summer 1991.
“A Reply to My Critics,” The National Interest, No. 16, Winter 1989-90.
“The End of History?” The National Interest, Summer 1989.
“Discord or Cooperation in the Third World?” in Coping with Gorbachev's Soviet Union, Washington, D.C., CSIS Significant Issues Series, Vol. X, No. 9, 1988.
“The Political Character of the Overseas Empire,” in Henry Rowen and Charles Wolf, eds, The Future of the Soviet Empire (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1987).
“Soviet Military Power in the Middle East; or, Whatever Became of Power Projection?” in S. Spiegel, M. Heller, and J. Goldberg, eds., The Soviet-American Competition in the Middle East (Lexington,!MA: Lexington Books, 1987).
“The Cycles of Soviet Third World Policy,” Problems of Communism, September - October 1987.
“Asia in a Global War,” Comparative Strategy, Vol. 6, no.4, 1987.
“A Systematic Soviet Strategy for the Third World?” in Dennis Bark ed., The Red Orchestra, Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, 1986 (also published as RAND P-6965, February 1984).
“Gorbachev and the Third World,” Foreign Affairs, Vol. 64, no.4, Spring, 1986.
“Soviet Experience with Cooperative Forces,” in Charles Wolf and Katherine Watkins, eds., Developing Cooperative Forces in the Third World, Lexington, MA, Lexington Books, 1986 (also published as RAND N-2325-USDP, June 1985).
“Military Aspects of the U.S.-Soviet Competition in the Third World,” in Marshall D. Shulman, ed., East-West Tensions in the Third World, Norton, 1986 (also published as RAND P-7164, 1985).
“The Rise and Fall of the Marxist-Leninist Vanguard Party,” Survey, Vol. 29, No. 2, Summer 1985.
“U.S.-Soviet Interactions in the Third World,” in Arnold L. Horelick, ed., U.S.-Soviet Relations: The Next Phase, Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY, 1986 (also published as RAND OPS-004, March 1985).
“The New Marxist Leninist States and Internal Conflict in the Third World,” in Uri Ra'anan et. al., Third World Marxist-Leninist Regimes: Strengths, Vulnerabilities, and U.S. Policy, Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis Special Report, September 1985 (also published as RAND P-7020, 1984).
“Escalation in the Middle East and Persian Gulf,” in Graham Allison, Albert Carnesale, and Joseph Nye (eds.), Hawks, Doves, and Owls, Norton, 1985 (also published as RAND P-7021, September 1984).
“New Directions for Soviet Middle East Policy: Implications for the Atlantic Alliance,” in Steven L. Spiegel, ed., The Middle East and the Western Alliance, George Allen and Unwin, 1982 (also published as RAND P-6443, February 1980).
“Pakistan Since the Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan,” in Shirin Tahir-Kheli, ed., U.S. Strategic Interests in Southwest Asia, Praeger, 1982.
“The USSR and the Middle East,” Middle East Contemporary Survey, Vol. IV, 1981 (with A.S. Becker).
The Security of Pakistan: A Trip Report, RAND Corporation N-1584-RC, September 1980.
The Future of the Soviet Role in Afghanistan: A Trip Report, RAND Corporation N-1579-RC, September 1980.
The Soviet Union and Iraq Since 1968, RAND Corporation N-1524-AF, July 1980.
“Nuclear Shadowboxing: Soviet Intervention Threats in the Middle East,” Orbis, Fall 1981 (also published as RAND N-1577-FF, June 1980).
“A New Soviet Strategy,” Commentary, October 1979.
The Soviet Threat to the Persian Gulf, RAND Corporation P-6596, March 1981.
“Egypt and Israel After Camp David,” Current History, January 1979 (with Steven J. Rosen).
Political Science Quarterly:
Rajan Menon, Soviet Power and the Third World, Summer, 1987.
The Journal of Democracy:
Mark Juergensmeyer, A New Cold War? Religious Nationalism Confronts the Secular State, October 1993
The New Republic:
Gregory Treverton, Covert Action, December 21, 1987.
Joel Kotkin, Tribes, April 19, 1993
Tony Smith, America's Mission, Feb. 6, 1995.
Times Literary Supplement:
Max Singer and Aaron Wildavsky, The Real World Order, Nov. 30, 1993.
Ernest Gellner, Conditions of Liberty, Oct. 28, 1994.
Elie Kedourie, Hegel and Marx: Introductory Lectures, Sept. 29, 1995.
Immanuel Wallerstein, After Liberalism; John Gray, Enlightenment’s Wake; Steven Kautz, Liberalism and Community, May 10, 1996.
Deepak Lal, Unintended Consequences: The Impact of Factor Endowments, Culture, and Politics on Long-run Economic Performance, June 18, 1999.
New York Times Book Review:
Michael Ignatieff, Blood and Belonging, April 10, 1994.
Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Civil Wars: From LA to Bosnia, Oct. 9, 1994.
Charles Reich, Opposing the System, Nov. 26, 1995.
Roy Beck, The Case Against Immigration; Chilton Williamson, The Immigration Mystique, Sept. 1, 1996.
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