Joel H. Rosenthal
President, Carnegie Council
firstname.lastname@example.org Joel H. Rosenthal became president of Carnegie Council in 1995. He is also adjunct professor, New York University and chairman of the Bard College Globalization and International Affairs (BGIA) program in New York City. His recent writing is a series of reflections on the moral dimensions of globalization, including essays on patriotism, the global ethic, and the role of religion in democratic societies.
David C. Speedie
Director, U.S. Global Engagement Program, Senior Fellow
email@example.com U.S. foreign policy, Russia, nonproliferation/WMD issues in general. Senior Fellow David C. Speedie, formerly of Carnegie Corporation, is director of the U.S. Global Engagement Program. This initiative is working on critical case studies that focus on U.S. relations with partners among the established democracies; with problematical allies; and with states of deep concern.
Devin T. Stewart
Senior Program Director, Senior Fellow, and CNL Staff Adviser
firstname.lastname@example.org East Asian politics, U.S. foreign policy and trade policy, energy security. Devin T. Stewart is senior program director and senior fellow for Carnegie Council’s Asia Dialogues research and exchange program. His analytical work focuses on political and economic change in East Asia. He is also staff adviser for the Council's Carnegie New Leaders program.
Jeffrey D. McCausland
Carnegie Council Senior Fellow (Non-Resident)
email@example.com U.S. national security policy, NATO, Afghanistan War, arms control, nuclear weapons and proliferation. Col. Jeffrey McCausland (ret.), of Diamond6 Leadership and Strategy, LLC, writes, lectures, and broadcasts widely on military affairs and security issues. He is also a visiting professor of international security at Dickinson College and a senior fellow at the Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership, United States Naval Academy.