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Patrick Cohrs, Assistant Professor of History and International Affairs

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Episode: April 8, 2009

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An Assistant Professor of History at Yale, Professor Patrick Cohrs teaches courses in US international history and the history of European and international politics. He is the author of The Unfinished Peace after World War I: America, Britain and the Stabilisation of Europe, 1919-1932. Professor Cohrs is currently working on a history of the "Pax Americana," which re-appraises American pursuits of a "new world order" from their origins to the Cold War and explores how far they contributed to the emergence of a more legitimate international system.

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