Michael Falcone is a diplomatic historian whose research examines the links between science and technology and the evolution of hegemony and globalism in the twentieth century. His book project analyzes the role of British technological diplomacy in influencing the United States’s transition to global power during and after the Second World War. Prior to coming to Yale, he was U.S. Foreign Relations and International Security fellow at the Dickey Center for International Understanding at Dartmouth College. He received his PhD from Northwestern University in 2019.