International Policy Digest

Patrick Hall is currently an analyst who lives in Denver, CO and is an Executive Editor at International Policy Digest. He received a M.A. in Diplomacy and International Relations from Norwich University, as well as a B.A. in English and B.A. in History at the University of South Dakota. He is currently a member of the Denver Council on Foreign Relations and a former Geopolitical Researcher and Analyst for Wikistrat. He has also written for the Atlantic Sentinel.

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Author Archive | Patrick Hall

Road to Mali: The UN’s Newest Peacekeeping Mission

06.27.13
  • Cambodia’s ‘Terrorists’: Invoking Terrorism for Political Expediency

    06.07.13
  • Justice Delayed: Efraín Ríos Montt trial Suspended

    04.22.13
  • Turkish Foreign Policy: No Longer Neutral, Far From a Leader

    01.29.13
  • Peru and the OAS: Seeking a New Way Forward

    12.10.12
  • Review of Thomas P.M. Barnett’s ‘The Pentagon’s New Map’

    12.03.12
  • Time to Reset the Reset in U.S.-Russian Relations

  • In the Midst of Plenty: In Defense of American Workers

  • In the Midst of Plenty: American Plutocracy

    and 09.19.12
  • In the Midst of Plenty: America’s Struggling Political Economy

    09.12.12
  • In the Midst of Plenty: The End of the Beginning of the End

    and 09.09.12
  • Argentina’s Economic Policy: Failing to Learn from History

    03.28.12
  • Losing Bolivia: Evo Morales’ Failing Presidency

    03.13.12
  • Protecting Progress: South America’s Battle with Chevron

    02.19.12
  • Latin America’s Success: A Case for Comparative Advantage

    02.07.12
  • Kazakhstan: National Elections and Regional Security

    01.15.12
  • Russia and the WTO: The Politics of Economics

    12.18.11
  • The United States and the Asia-Pacific Region

    11.26.11
  • PRI Resurgence & the Future of the Border Wars

    11.12.11