John C. Hulsman
The Godfather Doctrine:
A Foreign Policy Parable
(with A. Wess Mitchell)
Princeton University Press, 2010
A Vision for America's Role in the World
(with Anatol Lieven)
A Paradigm for the New World Order:
A Schools of Thought Analysis of American Foreign Policy in the Post-Cold War Era
The World Turned Rightside Up:
A New US-UK Trading Agenda for the Age of Globalization
Institute of Economic Affairs, 2001
John C. Hulsman is Senior Research Fellow for Foreign Affairs at one of the largest think tanks in the world, the Heritage Foundation. A member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Hulsman is a contributing editor at The National Interest and is a leading voice of a new generation of post-Cold War foreign policy thinkers/practitioners currently coming into their own following the Iraq crisis.
In his position as Senior Fellow (he has been with Heritage since 1999), Hulsman has been called on to construct and communicate policy on a broad array of foreign policy issues. He has given over 720 briefings to high-level officials at the invitation of the White House, the State Department, the CIA, the International Relations Committee of the Congress, as well as governments throughout Europe.Hulsman holds a Ph.D. in International Relations from the University of St. Andrews, in Scotland. He has published articles in the National Interest, the Financial Times, the Policy Review, the American Conservative, Newsweek, Today, and Investor’s Business Daily, among many others.