The Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs is proud to host a Director's Seminar entitled "A Rip in Time: How the Bush Administration is Attempting to Reshape the World," with David E. Sanger, White House Correspondent, the New York Times. Mr. Sanger will be talking about the actions and policies of the Bush Administration and the impact of their decisions globally. Mr. Sanger has had a long and storied career with The New York Times. He has covered a wide variety of political, economic and security issues, from New York, to Tokyo, to Washington. Mr. Sanger has a special interest in the relationship between economics and foreign policy as they relate to globalization. He has written about the influence of the United States on emerging markets and new states. As a correspondent and then bureau chief in Tokyo, he covered Japan's rise as the world's second largest economic power, and then its humbling recession. Mr. Sanger has also been at the forefront of issues involving global security. He was one of the first journalists to write about North Korea's secret nuclear weapons program and continued to follow that story writing about American efforts to reduce that nuclear threat. In 1994, he took the position as chief Washington economic correspondent and was named one of the newspaper's senior writers in March 1999, and White House correspondent later that year. Mr. Sanger began his career at The Times specializing in the computer industry, high-technology trade and national technology efforts for the Business Day section. Mr. Sanger was part of two teams that won Pulitizer Prizes. In 1987, he and his team uncovered grave mistakes involving the space shuttle Challenger disaster and in 1999, he and his team covered the struggles within the Clinton Administration over controlling exports to China. Mr. Sanger graduated magna cum laude from Harvard with a degree in government. Please join us for what is sure to be a stimulating and informative discussion.