Mark Falcoff is a former professional staff member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and a senior consultant to the 1983 National Bipartisan Commission on Central America, chaired by Henry Kissinger. Through August 2004, he wrote AEI's monthly Latin American Outlook. He is also the author of Cuba the Morning After: Confronting Castro's Legacy (AEI Press, 2003).
Resident Scholar, AEI, 1981-2004
Member of the U.S. Delegation to the United Nations Human Rights Commission, 2003
Visiting Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations, 1987-88
Professional Staff Member, Foreign Relations Committee, U.S. Senate, 1986-88
Senior Consultant, National Bipartisan Commission on Central America, 1983
Faculty, Universities of Illinois, Oregon, and California at Los Angeles
Ph.D., M.A., political science, Princeton University
The Second World War, which so many on the Left worked to avoid in the 1930s, was ironically the very instrument by which Britain was transformed in directions they had long wished: the dismantling of empire, the embrace of economic planning, and a vast expansion of the welfare state.