Stanley Hoffmann is the Paul and Catherine Buttenweiser University Professor at Harvard University. His special fields of study are international politics and French politics. He teaches French intellectual and political history, American foreign policy, post-World War Two European history, the sociology of war, international politics, ethics and world affairs, modern political ideologies, and the development of the modern state.
Hoffman is the author of “The State of War: Essays on the Theory and Practice of International Politics”, “Gulliver’s Troubles: or, the Setting of American Foreign Policy”, “Primacy or World Order: American Foreign Policy since the Cold War”, ?Dead Ends: American Foreign Policy in the New Cold War” and “The European Sisyphus: Essays on Europe”. He collaborated on “The Ethics and Politics of Humanitarian Intervention” and “Gulliver Unbound: America’s Imperial Temptation and the War in Iraq”.