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  • Biography | Francis Fukuyama
    the Crossroads Democracy Power and the Neoconservative Legacy Our Posthuman Future Consequences of the Biotechnology Revolution and Trust The Social Virtues and the Creation of Prosperity Francis Fukuyama received his B A from Cornell University in classics and his Ph D from Harvard in Political Science He was a member of the Political Science Department of the RAND Corporation and of the Policy Planning Staff of the US Department of State He previously taught at the Paul H Nitze School of Advanced International Studies SAIS of Johns Hopkins University and at George Mason University s School of Public Policy He served as a member of the President s Council on Bioethics from 2001 2004 Dr Fukuyama is chairman of the editorial board of The American Interest which he helped to found in 2005 He is a senior fellow at the Johns Hopkins SAIS Foreign Policy Institute and a non resident fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Center for Global Development He holds honorary doctorates from Connecticut College Doane College Doshisha University Japan Kansai University Japan Aarhus University Denmark and the Pardee Rand Graduate School He is a member of the Board of Governors of the Pardee

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  • Papers | Francis Fukuyama
    of Development with Sanjay Marwah Journal of Democracy October 2000 Reprinted in Laurence Whitehead ed Emerging Market Democracies East Asia and Latin America Baltimore Johns Hopkins University Press 2002 A longer unpublished version of this paper exists as Economic and Political development in east asia and latin america discerning differences Social Capital in Lawrence Harrison and Samuel P Huntington eds Culture Matters Basic Books 2000 Don t Do It Britannia Prospect May2000 Essay and review of Tom Nairn After Britain Der unprogrammierte Unmensch in Die Gegenwart der Zukunft Berlin Verlag Klaus Wagenbach 2000 Social Capital and Civil Society IMF Working Paper WP 00 74 April 2000 Comment on American Power For What Commentary January 2000 Asian Values Korean Values and Democratic Consolidation in L Diamond and D C Shin eds Institutional Reform and Democratic Consolidation in Korea Stanford Hoover Institution Press 2000 The March of Equality Journal of Democracy 11 January 2000 Military Organization in the Information Age Lessons from the World of Business with A N Shulsky in Zalmay Khalilzad and John P White eds The Changing Role of Information Warfare Santa Monica CA Rand 1999 The Politics of Women in Sian Griffiths ed Predictions 30 Great Minds on the Future Oxford Oxford University Press 1999 Asian Values in the Wake of the Asian Crisis The Review of Korean Studies 2 Sept 1999 How to Remoralize America The Wilson Quarterly July 1999 Asian Values and the Current Crisis Development Outreach 1 no 1 Summer 1999 Second Thoughts The Last Man in a Bottle The National Interest Summer 1999 The Great Disruption Human Nature and the Reconstitution of Social Order The Atlantic Monthly May1999 Women and the Evolution of World Politics Foreign Affairs 77 no 5 Sept Oct 1998 Response to Sebastian Mallaby The National Interest Summer 1998 Falling Tide Global Trends and US Civil Society Harvard International Review 20 no 1 Winter 1997 98 Asian Values and the Asian Crisis Commentary February 1998 Is It All In the Genes Commentary September 1997 Comment on Is There a Worldwide Conservative Crackup The Weekly Standard Aug 25 Sept 1 1997 The Illusion of Exceptionalism Journal of Democracy July 1997 Comment on The Future of Conservatism Commentary February 1997 Trust Still Counts in a Virtual World Forbes ASAP Dec 2 1996 Comment on The National Prospect Commentary November 1995 Social Capital and the Global Economy Foreign Affairs 74 no 5 Sept Oct 1995 On the Possibility of Writing a Universal History in Arthur M Melzer Jerry Weinberger and M Richard Zinman eds History and the Idea of Progress Ithaca NY Cornell University Press 1995 Virtue and Prosperity National Interest No 40 Summer 1995 Immigration in Lamar Alexander and Chester E Finn Jr eds The New Promise of American Life Indianapolis IN Hudson Institute 1995 Confucianism and Democracy Journal of Democracy Vol 6 no 2 April 1995 The Primacy of Culture Journal of Democracy Vol 6 no 1 Jan 1995 Die Zukunft des Krieges The Future of War Frankfurter Allgemeine Magazin no 772 Dec 16 1994 Reflections on The End of History Five Years Later in Timothy Burns ed After History Francis Fukuyama and His Critics Lanham MD Rowman and Littlefield 1994 Against the New Pessimism Commentary Vol 96 no 2 February 1994 Great Planes The New Republic September6 1993 Immigrants and Family Values Commentary Vol 95 no 5 May 1993 The Modernizing Imperative The National Interest No 31 Spring 1993 Neyasnost Natsional nogo Interessa The Ambiguity of National Interest Nezavisimaya Gazeta Moscow October 16 1992 published also in S Sestanovich ed Rethinking Russia s National Interests Washington CSIS 1994 Comment on Ghia Nodia Journal of Democracy Vol 3 no 4 October 1992 Commenton Stankevich The National Interest No 28 1992 The Beginning of Foreign Policy The New Republic August 17 and 14 1992 Capitalism and Democracy The Missing Link Journal of Democracy Vol 3 no 3 July 1992 Comment on Is America on the WayDown Commentary May 1992 Democratization and International Security in New Dimensions in International Security Adelphi Paper No 266 London International Institute for Strategic Studies Liberal Democracy as a Global Phenomenon Political Science December 1991 The Next South Africa The National Interest No 18 Summer 1991 A Reply to My Critics The National Interest No 16 Winter 1989 90 The End of History The National Interest Summer 1989 Discord or Cooperation in the Third World in Coping with Gorbachev s Soviet Union Washington D C CSIS Significant Issues Series Vol X No 9 1988 The Political Character of the Overseas Empire in Henry Rowen and Charles Wolf eds The Future of the Soviet Empire New York St Martin s Press 1987 Soviet Military Power in the Middle East or Whatever Became of Power Projection in S Spiegel M Heller and J Goldberg eds The Soviet American Competition in the Middle East Lexington MA Lexington Books 1987 The Cycles of Soviet Third World Policy Problems of Communism September October 1987 Asia in a Global War Comparative Strategy Vol 6 no 4 1987 A Systematic Soviet Strategy for the Third World in Dennis Bark ed The Red Orchestra Stanford Hoover Institution Press 1986 also published as RAND P 6965 February 1984 Gorbachev and the Third World Foreign Affairs Vol 64 no 4 Spring 1986 Soviet Experience with Cooperative Forces in Charles Wolf and Katherine Watkins eds Developing Cooperative Forces in the Third World Lexington MA Lexington Books 1986 also published as RAND N 2325 USDP June 1985 Military Aspects of the U S Soviet Competition in the Third World in Marshall D Shulman ed East West Tensions in the Third World Norton 1986 also published as RAND P 7164 1985 The Rise and Fall of the Marxist Leninist Vanguard Party Survey Vol 29 No 2 Summer 1985 U S Soviet Interactions in the Third World in Arnold L Horelick ed U S SovietRelations The Next Phase Cornell University Press Ithaca NY 1986 also published as RAND OPS 004 March1985 The New Marxist Leninist States and Internal Conflict in the Third World

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  • Books and Monographs | Francis Fukuyama
    in Global Politics Washington Brookings Institution Press 2007 Editor Beyond Bioethics A Proposal for Modernizing the Regulation of Human Biotechnologies Washington DC School of Advanced International Studies Johns Hopkins University 2006 America at the Crossroads Democracy Power and the Neoconservative Legacy New Haven Yale University Press 2006 Nation Building Beyond Afghanistan and Iraq editor Baltimore Johns Hopkins University Press 2006 Editor Author of Introduction Nation building and the failure of institutional memory and Conclusion Guidelines for Future Nation Builders State Building Governance and World Order in the 21 st Century Ithaca NY Cornell University Press 2004 Our Posthuman Future Consequences of the Biotechnology Revolution New York Farrar Straus and Giroux 2002 Information and Biological Revolutions Global Governance Challenges Summary of a Study Group editor with Caroline S Wagner RandMR 1139 DARPA 1999 The Great Disruption Human Nature and the Reconstitution of Social Order New York Free Press 1999 The End of Order London The Social Market Foundation 1997 The Virtual Corporation and Army Organization with Abram Shulsky Santa Monica RAND Corporation MR 863 A 1997 Trust The Social Virtues and the Creation of Prosperity New York Free Press 1995 The US Japan Security Relationship After the Cold War with Kongdan

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  • Photos | Francis Fukuyama
    Photos The Origins of Political Order Political Order and Political Decay Photos Hi res 398k 2550x2550 jpeg credit Francis Fukuyama Download Hi res 9Gb 3600x3600 jpeg credit Francis Fukuyama Download Hi res 409k 2121x2700 jpeg credit David Fukuyama Download Hi

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  • The Origins of Political Order: From Prehuman Times to the French Revolution | Francis Fukuyama
    their constituents We take these institutions for granted but they are absent or are unable to perform in many of today s developing countries with often disastrous consequences for the rest of the world The Origins of Political Order From Prehuman Times to the French Revolution is intended to provide a account of how today s basic political institutions developed The first of a major two volume work The Origins

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  • Political Order and Political Decay: From the Industrial Revolution to the Globalization of Democracy | Francis Fukuyama
    in The Wall Street Journal David Gress called Francis Fukuyama s Origins of Political Order magisterial in its learning and admirably immodest in its ambition In The New York Times Book Review Michael Lind described the book as a major achievement by one of the leading public intellectuals of our time And in The Washington Post Gerard DeGrott exclaimed This is a book that will be remembered Bring on volume two Volume two is finally here completing the most important work of political thought in at least a generation Taking up the essential question of how societies develop strong impersonal and accountable political institutions Fukuyama follows the story from the French Revolution to the so called Arab Spring and the deep dysfunctions of contemporary American politics He examines the effects of corruption on governance and why some societies have been successful at rooting it out He explores the different legacies of colonialism in Latin America Africa and Asia and offers a clear eyed account of why some regions have thrived and developed more quickly than others And he boldly reckons with the future of democracy in the face of a rising global middle class and entrenched political paralysis in the

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