Jeremi Suri is a professor of history at the University of Wisconsin and a senior fellow at the University of Wisconsin Center for World Affairs and the Global Economy. He is the author of three major books on contemporary politics and foreign policy: Henry Kissinger and the American Century (2007), The Global Revolutions of 1968 (2007), and Power and Protest (2003). He has also written numerous articles for scholarly publications and major newspapers, including the San Francisco Chronicle, the Washington Times, the Wisconsin State Journal, and Chosun Ilbo (South Korea.) Suri is the co-editor of a major book series on "America in the World." The History News Network has named Suri as one of the nation's "top young historians." He is also one of the Organization of American Historians' "distinguished lecturers." Suri's research and teaching have received numerous prizes, including the Phi Alpha Theta Best First Book Award and the Class of 1955 Distinguished Teaching Award from the University of Wisconsin. Suri is particularly excited to make historical analysis useful in understanding and formulating contemporary policy.