Global Interior: A Conversation with Megan Black About the U.S. Interior Department in the American World Order

During the middle of a troop and advising “surge” to Afghanistan following the election of Barack Obama, U.S. Defense Department officials and Afghan President Hamid Karzai made a blockbuster announcement: Afghanistan, formerly best known for its export of opium, was said to be on the brink of becoming the “Saudi Arabia of lithium,” a rare mineral … Continue reading Global Interior: A Conversation with Megan Black About the U.S. Interior Department in the American World Order

Assistant/Associate Professor of Public Policy, Duke University

For readers of the Global History Blog interested, like some of the previous guests to the Global History Forum, in American diplomatic history, here’s a recent call for applications at Duke University‘s Sanford School of Public Policy that should be of interest.: The Sanford School of Public Policy invites applications for a tenure-track position at … Continue reading Assistant/Associate Professor of Public Policy, Duke University