Dr. Norman Levine
Prof. Levine specializes in 19th, and 20th Cent. European history. He is the author of six books, and 35 scholarly articles on European studies. He is the recipient of 20 research grants, including Fulbright Senior Research Fellowships in 1984 and 1988 to Berlin, West Germany. His academic teaching career spanned 30 years, mostly at the University of Maryland, and he is now the Executive Director of the Institute for International Policy.
Articles by Dr. Norman Levine
- China - a third way between communism and capitalism ?
- South Africa: the Light and Power House for Africa
- Neo-Conservatism and its transformations
- Contemporary Russia's split personality