Stanley Hoffmann, Paul and Catherine Buttenweiser University Professor, Harvard University, USA, is Founder and Chairman of Harvard’s Center for European Studies. He was born in Vienna in 1928, but moved with his family to France in 1929 where he lived until 1955, when he moved to the United States, becoming a professor at Harvard University and one of the foremost experts on French intellectual and political history, post-World War Two European history, American foreign policy, the sociology of war, international politics, modern political ideologies, and the development of the modern state. He is an Honorary Member and a Laureate of the City for the Cultures of Peace. His publications include Decline or Renewal? France Since the 30’s (1974), Primacy or World Order: American Foreign Policy since the Cold War (1978), Duties Beyond Borders (1981), Dead Ends: American Foreign Policy in the New Cold War (1983), Janus and Minerva: Essays in the Theory and Practice of International Politics (1987), The European Sisyphus: Essays on Europe, 1964-1994 (1995), The Ethics and Politics of Humanitarian Intervention (1997), World Disorders: Troubled Peace in the Post-Cold War Era (1998, 2000), and Gulliver Unbound (2004).
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EVENTS WITH STANLEY HOFFMANN AT THE CITY FOR THE CULTURES OF PEACE
Keynote address at the Forum for the Cultures of Peace, Witnesses Take Their Stand, Senatssaal, University of Vienna, Austria, 27 May 2005.
Laureate of the City for the Cultures of Peace, Award Ceremony, Vienna, Austria, 27 May 2005.
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