Fox International Fellows Overseas, 1998-1999

Anne Louise Antonoff
Ph.D. candidate, Department of History, Sidney Sussex College at Cambridge University, and Free University of Berlin.
Specialty/Research interest: Changing perceptions of the Great Powers' role in the Bosnia Crisis of 1908-09, the background of the recent war there.

Mary Comerford
Ph.D. candidate, Department of Political Science, Fudan University
Specialty/Research interest: Globalization and the reform of China's state-owned enterprises to meet the criteria for admission to the WTO.

Peter Conklin
MA candidate, International Relations, Freie University of Berlin
Specialty/Research interest: The floods of 1997 in Germany and, secondarily, Poland and the Czech Republic, and what the responses to them reveal about political development, market transition, and democratization at the international, state, and civil society levels.

Jeremy Fielding
Ph.D. candidate, Department of History, Sidney Sussex College at Cambridge University
Specialty/Research interest: America and British economic diplomacy, 1964-68: in particular, the impact on American policies of the Wilson government's retreat from East of Suez, joining the EEC, and devaluing the pound, all in 1967.

Jay Geller
Ph.D. candidate, Department of History, Freie University of Berlin.
Specialty/Research interest: The development of Jewish organizations in the Federal Republic of Germany and the relations between these groups and the German government and political parties from 1945 to 1953.

Matthew Lewis
MPPM candidate, School of Management, Sidney Sussex College at Cambridge University
Specialty/Research interest: The anticipated impact of the European Monetary Union on the American, British, and continental investment banking industries.

Mitsue Suzuki
Ph.D. candidate, Department of Political Science, The University of Tokyo.
Specialty/Research interest: The split in the Japanese private sector between internationalized, globally competitive industries and noncompetitive industries dependent on protection, and their differing reactions in the political arena to further internationalization. Test cases will be the automobile and finance industries.

Fox International Fellows at Yale, 1998-1999

Liwei Cai
Ph.D. candidate, Fudan University.
Specialty/Research interest: The creation and evolution of the Federal Administrative Procedure Act (APA) in the US, its background, and enforcement problems.

Astrid Eckert
Ph.D. candidate, J. F. Kennedy Institute, Freie University of Berlin.
Specialty/Research interest: Changes in US media images of Germany and Japan during the final months of World War II and the immediate postwar period.

Alexei Fedorov
i Ph.D. candidate, Department of History, Moscow State University
Specialty/Research interest: The development of American Neo-Conservative thought on culture, economics, and social relationships during the 1960s and 1970s.

Hikaru Hayashi
Ph.D. candidate, Department of Advanced Social and International Studies, The University of Tokyo
Specialty/Research interest: A non-cooperative game theory model of UN preventive diplomacy and peacekeeping

Francis Yi-Hua Kan
Ph.D. candidate, Centre of International Studies, Sidney Sussex College at Cambridge University.
Specialty/Research interest: Continuity and change in the UK's China policy: Attitudes toward the two rival Chinese regimes, the KMT and the CCP, 1945-1954.

Jürgen Scheunemann
Ph.D. Candidate, J. F. Kennedy Institute, Freie University of Berlin
Specialty/Research interest: Human rights issues in American and Western European foreign policies, 1970-1996.

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