Nathan Carson

Nathan Carson
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Nathan is passionate about identifying geopolitical trends that will impact international stability and drive political change worldwide. He is a graduate of Purdue University with a Master of Science in Agricultural Economics. He also holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Florida in Food and Resource Economics and served as a Scholar for the Challenge 2050 Project, addressing global sustainability issues such as water scarcity, food insecurity, and environmental degradation. In September, Nathan will begin studies at the University of Chicago to earn a Master of Arts from the Committee on International Relations.

Russia: Resurgence or Ruin?

The question of Russian ambitions is never far removed from the minds of Western leaders. In the early months of the Second World War,...

Why NATO Matters, Then and Now

The establishment of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in 1949 marks one of the United States’ greatest institutional and foreign policy achievements. However,...

Before there was Brexit: Longstanding Problems with the EU

There is little doubt that the realities of Brexit have fundamentally altered the world’s perception of Europe as a unified entity. However, it must...

Turkish Coup: Here’s What You Should Know

Coups, which are sudden and often violent seizures of political power, are inherently anti-democratic. However, it is important to understand how and why coups happen because,...

Can the European Union Survive?

The surprising news of Brexit has rightfully captivated the attention of the global media. Yet, the overall significance of this event remains obscured due...