Mark Falcoff

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Mark Falcoff “is resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, where he specializes in Latin American issues.

“Mr. Falcoff received his MA and PhD from Princeton University and has taught at the universities of Illinois, Oregon, and California (Los Angeles) as well as at the US Foreign Service Institute.

“He has served as principal specialist on Latin America for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee as well as director of a study group on Chile at the Council on Foreign Relations.

“His books include: Small Countries, Large Issues; Modern Chile, 1970-1989: A Critical History; A Tale of Two Policies: US Relations with the Argentine Junta, 1976-83; Panama's Canal: What Happens When the United States Gives a Small Country What It Wants; and a collection of essays, A Culture of Its Own: Taking Latin Americans Seriously.

“His new book, Cuba the Morning After: Normalization and its Discontents, will be published in mid-2003.

“His articles and reviews have appeared in Foreign Affairs, Foreign Policy, the National Interest, the New Republic, the New York Times, Washington Post, and Commentary. Mr. Falcoff is a frequent lecturer at service schools, diplomatic academies, and before business and political groups at home and abroad. He is a fluent Spanish speaker.” [1]

In 2003 he was a board member of the Memory, Truth and Justice: Comparative Perspectives on National Reconciliation.

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  1. About Us, Center for a Free Cuba, accessed August 22, 2007.

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