Stanley Hoffmann, University Professor, died at 86

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Stanley Hoffmann, born November 27, 1928 and died on September 13, 2015,

He was the Paul and Catherine Buttenwieser University Professor, emeritus at Harvard University.

Stanley was born in Vienna in 1928, and moved to France with his family the following year.

A French citizen since 1947, Stanley spent his childhood between Paris and Nice before studying at Sciences Po.

He followed an academic career in the United States and founded Harvard’s Center for European Studies in 1968.

Stanley also participated as a political expert in the film The World According to Bush, dealing with the vicissitudes of the Bush administration after the 2000 presidential election.

Stanley Hoffmann died at age 86 on September 13, 2015.