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The Anti-American Century

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Ivan Krastev
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Alan McPherson

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1Youngshik Bong is Freeman Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at Williams College, Massachusetts. He writes on territorial disputes in east Asia and the U.S.–Korea military alliance.

2Dr. Brian Klug is Senior research Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy at St. Benet’s hall, Oxford, and a member of the Faculty of Philosophy, university of Oxford. He is honorary Fellow at the Parkes institute for the Study of Jewish/non-Jewish relations, university of Southampton, and Associate editor of the journal Patterns of Prejudice (Routledge). He has written extensively on race, anti-Semitism, Zionism and Jewish identity.

3Janos Matyas Kovacs (1950, Budapest) has worked as a Permanent Fellow at the institute for human Sciences since 1991. he is also member of the institute of economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, and serves as an editor of Transit (Vienna) and 2000 (Budapest). His fields of research include the history of economic and political thought in Eastern Europe, history of communist economies and polities, political economy of post-communist transformation, and economic cultures in Eastern Europe.

4Ivan Krastev is chairman of the board of Bulgaria’s centre for Liberal Strategies, a think-tank in Sofia, and research director of the Politics of Anti-Americanism project of the central European university in Budapest. He has published widely on post-Socialist transition, corruption and politics of anti-Americanism in central and Eastern Europe. he has been a visiting fellow at St. Anthony college, Oxford; Woodrow Wilson center for international Scholars in Washington; Collegium Budapest, and Remarque Forum in new York.

5Alan McPherson is an associate professor of history at Howard university in Washington, D.C., where he specializes in U.S. foreign relations. He is the author of Yankee No! Anti-Americanism in U.S.–Latin American Relations (Harvard, 2003) and of Intimate Ties, Bitter Struggles: The United States and Latin America since 1945 (Potomac, 2006). He is also editor of Anti-Americanism in Latin America and the Caribbean (Berghahn, 2006).

6Katharine H. S. moon is chair of the Political Science Department at Wellesley College, Massachusetts. She is the author of Sex Among Allies: U.S.–Korea Military Prostitution (Columbia university Press, 1997) and is completing a study of anti-Americanism in Korea–U.S. relations, entitled Protesting America, Pursuing Democracy.

7Dr. Farish A. Noor is a Malaysian political scientist based at the Zentrum Moderner Orient, Berlin. he has written on the development of political religion with a special focus on Islamism in South and Southeast Asia, and is the author of Islam Embedded: The Historical Development of the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (2004). Since 2003 he has been researching the development of transnational networks of knowledge production between the Madrasahs (religious seminaries) of India, Pakistan, Malaysia and Indonesia.

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