GUEST OVERVIEW: Martin Sieff is a Senior Fellow of the American University in Moscow and former senior foreign correspondent for the Washington Times and former managing editor, international affairs, United Press International. He is a historian and three time Pulitzer Prize nominee for International Affairs. In 1974, Martin Sieff, together with Brian Moore, Euan W. MacKie and Harold Tresman, co-founded the Society for Interdisciplinary Studies, and served as an associate editor of SIS Review, and then of its companion magazine SIS Workshop, until 1982. He then began an association with Catastrophism & Ancient History serving eventually as one of its senior editors. Sieff has a Masters in Modern History from Oxford University (1972) specializing in modern US history.
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