Miller Center

Panel III: Planning, Power and Regional Priorities

When Walls Came Down: Berlin, 9/11 and U.S. Strategy in Uncertain Times

Bruce Cumings, Mary Elise Sarotte, William Wohlforth
October 26, 2009
3:45PM - 5:30PM (EDT)

BRUCE CUMINGS is the Gustavus F. and Ann M. Swift Distinguished Service Professor in History at the University of Chicago. His book, The Origins of the Korean War, won the John King Fairbank Book Award of the American Historical Association and the Quincy Wright Book Award of the International Studies Association. In 2007 he won the Kim Dae Jung Prize for Scholarly Contributions to Democracy, Human Rights and Peace. Cumings’ Dominion from Sea to Sea: Pacific Ascendancy and American Power will be published by Yale University Press in 2010.

MARY ELISE SAROTTE is Professor of International Relations at the University of Southern California’s School of International Relations. Sarotte was a National Endowment for the Humanities fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, where she worked on her forthcoming book, 1989: The Struggle to Create Post-Cold War Europe. She served as a White House Fellow in 2001-2002, and is a member of the Royal Historical Society and the Council on Foreign Relations.

WILLIAM WOHLFORTH is the Daniel Webster Professor of Government and Chair, Department of Government, at Dartmouth College. His newest book is World Out of Balance: International Relations Theory and the Challenge of American Primacy. He is Associate Editor of Security Studies and a member of the editorial board of International Security.

Bruce Cumings
Bruce Cumings
Mary Elise Sarotte
Mary Elise Sarotte
William Wohlforth
William Wohlforth

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