Victor Davis Hanson is a classicist and military historian, classics professor, and senior fellow at Hoover Institution with Martin and Illie Anderson. He’s the publisher of over a dozen novels, and a half. His most recent volumes are Ancient Plan Makers: From the Persian Wars to the Decline of Rome, written by Dr. Hanson, and The Father of Us All: War and History, Ancient and Modern, a volume of Dr. Hanson’s own essays.
Beginning with an description of why the Modern World Order of the post-Cold War is increasingly falling down, Victor Davis Hanson sees a future in which countries are returning to previous centuries ancient prejudices, rivalries and disagreements. Hanson is looking at crucial problems that the United States faces across the globe in light of this global transformation: in Africa, China, Russia, India, and Iran.