Joseph J. Zasloff PhD, University of Geneva, Switzerland, 1952
Areas of Expertise
PS 1331 Government and Politics of Southeast Asia
PS 1334 Vietnam War (UHC)
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Comparative politics, Southeast Asia, political development
Cambodia Confounds the Peacemakers. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1998 (Co-authored with MacAlister Brown).
Laos – Beyond the Revolution. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1991 (Co-edited with Leonard Unger).
“A Settlement for Cambodia: The Khmer Rouge Dilemma” series of U.S. Institute for Peace, Pew Initiative in Diplomatic Training, 1991 (Co-authored with MacAlister Brown).
“Laos 1990: Socialism Postponed and Leadership Intact” Southeast Asian Affairs (1991) Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (Co-authored with MacAlister Brown).
Postwar Indochina: Old Enemies and New Allies. Editor. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1988.
Apprentice Revolutionaries: The Communist Movement in Laos, 1930-1985. Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, 1986 (Co-authored with MacAlister Brown).
Communist Indochina and U.S. Foreign Policy: Postwar Realities. Boulder: Westview Press, 1978 (Co-authored with MacAlister Brown).
OTHER FACULTY AND PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS
Faculty member of the Asian Studies Program of the University Center for International Studies