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Adam Garfinkle, Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Research Institute

EDUCATION

Ph.D., International Relations, University of Pennsylvania (1979)

B.A./M.A., International Relations, University of Pennsylvania (1972)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE HIGHLIGHTS

Executive Editor, The National Review

 Professorial Lecturer of American Foreign Policy, SAIS, Johns Hopkins University

Director, Middle East Council of the Foreign Policy Research Institute

Book Review Editor, Orbis

Visiting Professor of Politics, Tel Aviv University

Visiting Professor of Political Science (University of Pennsylvania; Haverford College)

Research Aide to General Alexander Haig, Jr. (USA, Ret.)

Special Assistant, Office of Senator Henry Jackson

HONORS AND AFFILIATIONS

 Moshe Dayan Center Fellowship

United States Institute of Peace Grant

Fulbright Research Fellowship

German Marshall Fund Travel Grant

PUBLICATIONS

Partial listing:

    War and Culture: Deterrence and the New Middle East in progress

    Deep and Wide: Water, War, and Diplomacy in the Jordan Valley, 1916-1996 in progress

    Politics and Society in Modern Israel: Myths and Realities Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, 1997

     Telltale Hearts: The Origin and Impact of the Vietnam Antiwar Movement St. Martin's Press, 1995 (paperback, 1997)

    War, Water, and Negotiation in the Middle East: The Case of the Palestine-Syria Border, 1916-23 Tel Aviv: Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern & African Studies, 1994

STUDY GROUP MEMBER