Eugene B. Kogan is the Research Director of Harvard University’s American Secretaries of State Project, which aims to crystallize diplomatic leadership lessons from 50 years of diplomacy by U.S. Secretaries of State, from William Rogers (1968) to Rex Tillerson (2018). An expert in coercive negotiations and power dynamics, Dr. Kogan has been teaching in Harvard Kennedy School’s Executive Education Program, Harvard Professional Development Programs, as well as at the Vienna Executive Academy, and the Paris School of International Affairs at Sciences Po. His Brandeis University PhD thesis on nuclear negotiations won the Howard Raiffa Award for the year’s best doctoral paper on negotiation from Harvard Law School’s Program on Negotiation. Dr. Kogan’s latest work is the article “Art of the Power Deal: Four Negotiation Roles of Donald J. Trump,” just released in the Negotiation Journal, published by the Harvard Law School.