Lecturer, Department of Politics, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, United Kingdom
After graduating from Omaha Central High School, I studied politics at Bowdoin (including a semester abroad in Sri Lanka). Since then, I have continued to spend significant amounts of time in South Asia, including several years in Pakistan. I have also worked for The Asia Foundation, the Asian Development Bank, and the British Foreign Office in Pakistan, Nepal, and Bangladesh. Broadly speaking,...
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Faculty of Law and Politics, Keio University, Japan
Professor, Department of History and Department of Archival Studies, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
Associate Professor, US Studies Centre, University of Sydney, Australia
Associate Professor, Institute for Strategy, Royal Danish Defence College, Copenhagen, Denmark
My Ph.D. is about Chinese-Southeast Asian conflicts in the South China Sea and how these disputes are not just a problem, but an opportunity for crafting a new form of regional order in East Asia. In my scholarship, I have continued to focus on periods of transition where international regulatory mechanisms are out of step with developments in the security environments of states. My current projec...
Director, Asian Pacific Program, Smithsonian Institution; Curator, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution
Woodrow Wilson Center
Christian F. Ostermann is director of the History and Public Policy Program (HAPP) as well as the director of European Studies (ES) at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Under his purview as director of HAPP and ES, Ostermann also oversees the Cold War International History Program (CWIHP), the European Energy Security Initiative (EESI), the North Korea International Documentati...
Adjunct Faculty, Johns Hopkins University; Former Professor of National Security Policy, National War College and Former Faculty Fellow, Institute for National and Strategic Studies, National Defense University
Correspondent at The Washington Post
Joshua Partlow is a foreign correspondent for The Washington Post. Between 2009 and 2012, he was the paper’s Kabul bureau chief. Before going to Afghanistan, he worked as the Post’s correspondent in South America, based in Rio de Janeiro, and as a correspondent in Iraq. Partlow joined The Washington Post in 2003. He was on the financial desk and later worked for the metro section cover...