Bruce A. Lohof

Bruce A. Lohof is a former professor of American Studies and a retired U.S. diplomat, serving in Africa, Europe, and South Asia. He was Director of the Fulbright commission in both Pakistan and Egypt, and of the American Studies Research Center in India. He was posted to the Embassy in Vienna in 1988-1989 and to the Salzburg Seminar in 1990-1992. A native of Montana, he now lives in Vienna.

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Mozart’s Pamina is world famous, but the soprano who first breathed her to life has been forgotten.
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A Hopeful Europe Gives Biden a Standing Ovation

Europeans are delighted by Donald Trump’s departure but the road ahead is bumpy. Can the Paris Accord reduce global warming? Can the Iran Nuclear Deal be resuscitated? Can NATO’s rudder be steadied? Europe hopes so. Biden does too.

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