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Stephen Krasner

AKA Stephen D. Krasner

Born: 15-Feb-1942
Birthplace: New York City

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Educator, Government

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: State Dept Policy Planning Dir., 2005-07

Wife: (m.)

    High School: Brooklyn Technical High School, Brooklyn, NY
    University: BA History, Cornell University (1963)
    University: MIA, School of International Affairs, Columbia University (1967)
    University: PhD Political Science, Harvard University (1972)
    Professor: Government, Harvard University (1971-75)
    Professor: Political Science, UCLA (1976-81)
    Professor: Political Science, Stanford University (1981-91)
    Professor: International Relations, Stanford University (1991-)

    Director of Policy Planning (2005-07)
    US National Security Council Director for Governance and Development (2002)
    US State Department Policy Planning Staff (2001-02)
    American Economic Association
    American Political Science Association
    American Academy of Arts and Sciences Fellow
    Hoover Institution Senior Fellow by courtesy
    Council on Foreign Relations
    International Studies Association
    Peace Corps Nigeria (1963-65)
    Phi Beta Kappa Society

Official Website:
http://polisci.stanford.edu/faculty/krasner.html

Author of books:
Defending the National Interest: Raw Material Investments and U.S. Foreign Policy (1978, economics)
Structural Conflict: The Third World Against Global Liberalism (1985, economics)
Asymmetries in Japanese-American Trade: The Case for Specific Reciprocity (1987, economics)
Sovereignty: Organized Hypocrisy (1999, political science)


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