5 experts on how to advance global peace and stability in a new era of geopolitics
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine signals the emergence of new era of geopolitics with heightened fears over security, economics, energy, and ideological interests.
BSFS (Hons) in International Politics, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown Univ.; MA and PhD in Soviet Political/Military Affairs, Harvard; Fulbright-Hays Scholar. Government appointments: 2001-09, Undersecretary of State for Global Affairs; 2007-09, President's Envoy to Northern Ireland. Director of European and Soviet Affairs, National Security Council, White House; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs; Deputy Head, US Delegation, 1990 Copenhagen Conference, Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE); Associate Director, Policy and Programs, United States Information Agency; Member, President's Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy. Non-government appointments: Senior Vice-President/Director, CFR Washington Office and first George F. Kennan Senior Fellow for Russian/Eurasian Studies; Global Head of Government and Regulatory Affairs, Thomson Reuters; Senior Fellow, Future of Diplomacy Project, Harvard University. Member: CFR, American Academy of Diplomacy, Trilateral Commission. Author. Recipient of awards and honorary degrees.