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Michael Mandelbaum is the Christian A. Herter Professor of American Foreign Policy at The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, D.C. and is the director of the American Foreign Policy Program there. He has also held teaching posts at Harvard and Columbia Universities, and at the United States Naval Academy.
His most recent book, written with co-author Thomas L. Friedman, is THAT USED TO BE US: HOW AMERICA FELL BEHIND IN THE WORLD IT INVENTED AND HOW WE CAN COME BACK. Its publication date is September 5, 2011.
He serves on the board of advisors of The Washington Institute for Near East Policy, a Washington-based organization sponsoring research and public discussion on American policy toward the Middle East.
A graduate of Yale College, Professor Mandelbaum earned his Master's degree at King's College, Cambridge University and his doctorate at Harvard University.
Professor Mandelbaum is the author or co-author of numerous articles and of 13 books: That Used To Be Us: How America Fell Behind in the World It Invented and How We Can Come Back (2011) with co-author Thomas L. Friedman; The Frugal Superpower: America's Global Leadership in a Cash-Strapped Era (2010); Democracy's Good Name: The Rise and Risks of the World's Most Popular Form of Government (2007); The Case For Goliath: How America Acts As The World's Government in the Twenty-first Century (2006); The Meaning of Sports: Why Americans Watch Baseball, Football and Basketball and What They See When They Do (2004); The Ideas That Conquered the World: Peace, Democracy and Free Markets in the Twenty-First Century (2002); The Dawn of Peace in Europe (1996); The Fate of Nations: The Search for National Security in the 19th and 20th Centuries (1988); The Global Rivals, (co-author, 1988); Reagan and Gorbachev (co-author, 1987); The Nuclear Future (1983); The Nuclear Revolution: International Politics Before and After Hiroshima (1981); and The Nuclear Question: The United States and Nuclear Weapons, 1946-1976 (1979). He is also the editor of twelve books.
A great example of what the world needs: an adult conversation about where we're headed and how we can fix our current problems.Published 29 days ago by Joel Ballard
As usual, Thomas Friedman presents. an interesting and clear viewpoint on U.S. history and its role in the world. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Elizabeth Wright
The authors believe that America is a special or exceptional country: “We are the tent pole that holds up the world. Read morePublished 2 months ago by David Lindsay
Friedman and Mandelbaum stop short of placing blame primarily on corporate-controlled media and government. A major criticism - p. Read morePublished 2 months ago by PlasmaVentor
Well written book with great examples. It offers a solution to problems combined with a pep talk for the reader.Published 3 months ago by mike
As the world around us changes we’re not changing with it. The same tactics are being used today that were used decades ago with one big difference, ‘No child left behind’ Act! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jes