Author - Carter Page

Carter Page

Carter W. Page is Founder and Managing Partner of Global Energy Capital LLC, a New York-based financial institution and investment fund focused on energy investments in developing markets. He is the former Chief Operating Officer of the Energy & Power Investment Banking Group at Merrill Lynch and Deputy Branch Manager of the representative office in Moscow.

Carter is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, where he was previously an International Affairs Fellow and Co-Director of the Council’s study group on Caspian Sea energy development. He is an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Center for Global Affairs at New York University and a Fellow at the Center for National Policy in Washington.

Carter is a Distinguished Graduate of the US Naval Academy where he was a Trident Scholar. He holds an MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business and a PhD from the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies.


Posts Archive:

Paris, Supply and Demand: Deep-digging Next Steps Toward Sustainable Solutions

Cycles of Violence and Cycles of Technology: Paris's Fourth Quarter and the Worl

Barbados, the U.S. and the Future of Climate Negotiations: A View from the Unite

The Secret and the Surge: ISIS Response Self-help Principles for Would-be Warrio

New Slaves, Global Edition: Russia, Iran and the Segregation of the World Econom

From Unilateralism to Global Citizens:  Improving the Success of Round 3 in Iraq

Weapons of Mass Destruction in an Age of Inequity

Austria as an Alternative to Provocative Models: A Visitor's Guide to the Home o

Profiles in Courage: In memoriam of de Margerie and Bradlee

Book Review: World Order

Back to the Future of Warfare: Costs and Effects in the Middle East

Europe Awake: Mogherini’s Future and NATO’s Fiasco

PSD-10 and the Origins of Iraq War 3

Change We Might Believe In: Solutions for Avoiding Another Iraq Fiasco

Dr. Strangelove 2: An Open Pitch Letter

The Global Implications of Partisanship in U.S. Foreign Policy and  Alternative

A Global Framework for Addressing Iraq’s Challenges: Building Upon Multinational


Man Overboard in the Black Sea