Born in Vienna but coming to the United States in 1923, Mr. Strausz-Hupé was a banker until 1937. Now an associate professor in the Political Science Department of the University of Pennsylvania, he is recognized as a leading geopolitician and demographer. Author of three books and numerous articles, he has been a consultant to the United Nations and to the U. S. Air Force Academy Planning Group. Mr. Strausz-Hupé holds the rank of lieutenant colonel in the U. S. Army Reserve.

Articles by Robert Strausz-Hupé

The Middle East

By Robert Strausz-Hupé
January 1959
The Middle East has been in recorded history longer than any other region of this earth. During the last few hundred years, the Middle East has been a region of ...

Back to Sanity

By Robert Strausz-Hupé
May 1958
In their own eyes, the American people have been always a race of bold innovators and mighty builders. Soviet scientific and technological “breakthroughs,” some reported and verified as well as ...

Is NATO Expendable?

By Robert Strausz-Hupé
September 1957
On November 17, 1956, Premier Nikolai A. Bulganin advanced a seven- point disarmament plan. It included a partial acceptance of President Eisenhower’s “open-skies” proposal, advanced at Geneva in 1955. In ...

An Analysis Of The Strategic Areas In Asia

By Robert Strausz-Hupé
January 1952
South Asia, at this particular juncture of history, is strategically important to the United States and its Allies not so much because military control of the area would increase the ...