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Globalization as a Cold War Crisis

Daniel J. Sargent is the Sidney R. Knafel Fellow at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs and a graduate student in the Department of History at Harvard University. He graduated from Cambridge University with First Class Honors in History in 2001. He subsequently moved to the United States to pursue his PhD in History. His dissertation is titled: "From Internationalism to Globalism: The U.S. and the Transformation of International Politics, 1965-1980." This project examines the relationships between globalization and the recasting of American international leadership in the 1970s. Daniel Sargent has taught classes on U.S. foreign relations, international relations, and global history at Harvard, where received the University Certificate of Distinction in Teaching on multiple occasions. He has presented his work at various academic conferences in the United States and Europe. In 2005-2006 he was a National Security Fellow at the Olin Institute for Strategic Studies at Harvard University. Introduction by LBJ School Professor Francis J. Gavin, Director of Studies at the Robert S. Strauss Center for International Security and Law. (Feb 13, 2007 at the University of Texas at Austin, LBJ School of Public Affairs)
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