Kyle McNally

Kyle McNally

Kyle McNally is the Project Manager for the Wiki Platform for Global Governance. Additionally, he is a researcher and PhD candidate at Durham University. His general research focuses on questions of global policy, ranging from norms to implementation. More specifically, his PhD is investigating the international assistance and protection of internally displaced persons in conflicted affected states. He was previously the Assistant Director of the Global Policy Institute. Kyle holds a Masters degree from the London School of Economics in Development Studies and has previously worked as a Congressional Aide in the United States House of Representatives.

Kyle.McNally (at) global-policy.com or Kyle.McNally (at) globalchallenges.org

Post Archive

23 December 2013
In this article Thomas Hale, David Held and Kevin Young argue that resolving gridlock involves the search for a new kind of politics that builds on the many and various partial…
04 September 2013
David Held and Kyle McNally discuss the possible implications of the international community’s confused response to Syria. British hesitation and the military option The…
08 July 2013
As the death toll in Syria reaches between 93,000 and 120,000, the refuge crisis involves more than 1 million people and the number of internally displaced escalates to over 4…
08 February 2013
Last month Barack Obama celebrated his second inauguration as the President of the United States. His inaugural speech has been lauded for its strength and progressive…
23 October 2012
Last night the world’s attention was focused on American foreign policy as the issue took center stage in the last Presidential debate of this campaign cycle. Much will be…
24 August 2012
In 1994 the idea of human security was developed (UNDP, 1994). Born in the wake of the Cold War, this idea reflected the depths of transition that was occurring in the…
13 July 2012
Indian Springs is but a speck on the map of the US State, Nevada. Home to approximately 1,000 residents, it is an unassuming and otherwise unknown community. And yet, Indian…