Philip Golub

American Universitiy of Paris

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Philip Golub is Department Co-chair and Professor of Political Science at the American University of Paris. An American-born 18-year resident of France, he is the author of Power, Profit and Prestige: A History of American Imperial Expansion. He is a former contributing editor to Le Monde diplomatique.

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