Lecturer in International Affairs
Elliot School for International Affairs
George Washington University
Don Losman teaches Political Economy of the Middle East at the Elliott School for International Affairs, GWU. He spent 37 years teaching at Professional Military education institutions, primarily the National Defense University here in D.C. He has also taught at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Tulane, Loyola and Dillard Universities in New Orleans, and has been a consultant for the Small Business Administration and the World Bank. He holds a PhD in economics from the University of Florida and is the co-editor of The Emerging Nations, author of International Economic Sanctions: The Cases Of Cuba, Israel, AND Rhodesia, and the co-author of The Industrial Sector and The Promise Of American Industry. He has also authored about 60 academic journal essays as well as an equivalent amount of op-eds in media such at the Wall Street Journal, Barrons, the Washington Post, the New York Times, and others.
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