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Michael C. Maibach

Michael C. Maibach is a seasoned professional in global business diplomacy, with successful careers at the European-American Business Council, Siebel Systems, the Intel Corporation and Caterpillar, Inc.  Today he is a Senior Fellow at the Aspen Institute 21st Century Manufacturing Program.  In addition to the John Jay Institute, Mr. Maibach serves on the Boards of the BritishAmericanBusiness, the Witherspoon Institute, the Tocqueville Forum at Georgetown University, Faith & Law, and on the Advisory Boards of the Institute of World Politics and the Center for the Study of the Presidency & Congress.  Mr. Maibach has published numerous essays on history, society, global trade and competitiveness.  Born in Peoria, Illinois, Mr. Maibach studied at Northern Illinois University (B.A. Political Science & History, M.A. Constitutional Law), American University (B.S. International Business), Georgetown University (M.A. Political Philosophy) and the Institute of World Politics (M.A. Statecraft & International Affairs).  He has also done post-graduate work at Oxford University and Cambridge University.  Mr. Maibach resides in Alexandria, Virginia and is active in lay leadership at Christ the King Anglican Church.


Michael C. Maibach: Anti-Americanism: Fashioning the Conservative Response

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