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David Rothkopf, Managing Director and Member of the Board of Directors for Kissinger Associates, the international consulting firm chaired by former U.S. Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger, taught "Interdisciplinary Perspectives: Big emerging markets." It was the second time Rothkopf taught the course, which focused on U.S. policy making in the realm of emerging markets. In the spring semester, he will teach the follow-up course, "Faultline Issues in U.S.-Emerging Markets Relations," which will deal with issues of conflict between U.S. interests and those of other countries as they pertain to emerging markets. Rothkopf just finished a book on the economic side of peacekeeping for the Carnegie Endowment For International Peace -- where he is a visiting fellow -- called, "The Price of Peace." "The book bases itself on the recent experiences in Haiti, the Middle East, and Bosnia," he said. Rothkopf was also Deputy Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade in the first Clinton Administration.



David Rothkopf, Chairman and Founder of Intellibridge Corporation, established the company in 1998. He developed and introduced the Intellibridge open-source intelligence and analytical service and scenario services shortly thereafter with the full roll-out of the Intellibridge portal and daily analytical service first delivered to the U.S. government in 2001. Rothkopf is a well-known specialist in scenario development currently also providing services in that area as a senior advisor to the World Economic Forum, as a visiting scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for international peace, as an advisor to Foreign Policy Magazine and as an advisor to major corporations. Prior to founding Intellibridge he served as managing director of Kissinger Associates and immediately before that he served as Acting Under Secretary of commerce for International Trade where he directed the operations of the 2400 person International Trade Administration. Prior to that Rothkopf joined the government as Deputy Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade Policy where he was named chairman of the Administration's Big Emerging Markets Initiative and where he was also appointed by the White House as Haiti Economic Reconstruction Coordinator. He previously served as chairman, chief executive and founder of International Media Partners, Inc., Publishers of CEO/International strategies Magazine where he developed scenarios in collaboration with former CBS News President Fred Friendly and others on major international themes. Rothkopf is a visiting scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, an adjunct professor of international affairs at the Columbia University school of International and Public Affairs, a member of the board of Advisors of the U.S. Institute Of Peace, a member of the board of advisors of the Johns Hopkins/Bloomberg School of public health, a member of the board of the U.S. Committee on NATO and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. He is the author of over 200 articles on international affairs and security related themes and has authored, co-authored or edited five books. His next book, on foreign policy making within the White House, is due out from Public Affairs Books in early 2005.

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At Foreign Policy last week, David J. Rothkopf opened his plaintive column casting Donald Trump as "the symptom of our PTSD" with a question: "How did we get here?

Excited about the presenters, he said he anticipates the crowds will be particularly interested in jazz prodigy Joey Alexander and David J. Rothkopf, a terrorism expert. Rothkopf operates an international advisory company specializing in global ...
"The potential cost of using nuclear weapons was so high that no one felt they could afford to use them," said David J. Rothkopf, the author of "National Insecurity," a new study of strategic decisions made by several American administrations. But the ...
"The potential cost of using nuclear weapons was so high that no one felt they could afford to use them," said David J. Rothkopf, the author of "National Insecurity," a new study of strategic decisions made by several American administrations. But the ...


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