David Unger (journalist)

David Unger in a photo on January 3, 2009 in Genoa (photo by Markus Wiedemeier) David C. Unger (born March 5, 1947 in Brooklyn, NY, USA) is a journalist, former foreign affairs editorial writer for ''The New York Times'' (1977–2013) and author of the book ''The Emergency State''. He is currently an Adjunct Professor of American Foreign Policy at Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies Europe, at Bologna and Contributing Editor at ''Survival''.

Unger received an A.B. in History and Comparative Literature from Cornell University, a Ph.D. from the University of Texas, Austin and has done additional graduate studies at the University of Wisconsin, Madison and the Institute for Historical Research, University of London.

He studied American foreign policy with Walter LaFeber at Cornell, economic history with W.W. Rostow and M.M. Postan at the University of Texas, and British labor history with E.J. Hobsbawm at the University of London. Provided by Wikipedia
by Unger, David C.
Published 2012
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