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Richard Rosecrance, Adjunct Professor of Public Policy, is also Research Professor of Political Science at the University of California and Senior Fellow in the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. He was the former Director of the Burkle Center for International Relations at UCLA. He has written widely on international topics including: The Rise of the Trading State (translated into Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, German, and Indonesian); The Rise of the Virtual State (translated into Japanese, Chinese, German and Spanish); Americas Economic Resurgence; The Costs of Conflict (co-editor); The Domestic Bases of Grand Strategy (translated into Chinese); and The New Great Power Coalition (editor). His edited book: No More States?--Globalization, Self-Determination and Terrorism (co-editor) was published in September, 2006. His book, "The Return of the West: The United States, the European Union, and China"will be published by Yale University Press early next year. He served on the Policy Planning Council of the US Department of State and has received Guggenheim, Rockefeller, Ford, Carnegie, and many other fellowships. Rosecrance has held regular university posts at Cornell and Berkeley and visiting positons at the IISS, Kings College (London), the London School of Economics, the European University Institute (Florence), and the Australian National University. In Spring 2007, he will be Fulbright Professor at Nuffield College, Oxford.