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02 December 2015
Carter Page considers key drivers that will determine the long-term implications and success of the current climate talks in Paris.At the end of the first day of the United…
18 November 2015
Ahead of COP21, Carter Page argues that in global governance and cooperation throughout recent decades, a stark contrast has emerged between the level of success seen in the realm…
02 June 2015
Based on a recent meeting at the United Nations, Carter Page examines the commonality of purpose and divergence in challenges faced by international actors in addressing today…
31 March 2015
Amidst current crises in global affairs, Carter Page considers ways in which certain popular self-help concepts could prove beneficial to the practice of foreign policy. Oprah…
10 February 2015
Carter Page describes how the lessons learned from the U.S. civil rights movement might provide a new vision for the foreign policy intelligentsia. SlavePronunciation: /slāv/1.2…
30 January 2015
As the U.S. takes incremental steps to officially approve the ongoing use of force in Iraq for the third time in twenty-five years, Carter Page considers peaceful means to improve…
05 January 2015
Amidst rising justice concerns in America and a return to Cold War tactics by policymakers, Carter Page considers the evolving nuclear relationship between the U.S. and Russia. In…
07 November 2014
While NATO allies have struggled to deal with the aftermath of the Ukrainian revolution that its members helped instigate, Carter Page shows how the unconventionalities of Austria…
24 October 2014
Amidst the wholesale muting of progressive and engagement-oriented voices regarding Russia’s relations with the West in media and academic circles, Carter Page explains how…
17 September 2014
Amidst the cost-benefit debates now surrounding the terms of intervention in the Middle East, Carter Page offers initial thoughts on the economic dimension. The current debate…