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Stewart Patrick

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Stewart Patrick is senior fellow and director of the program on international institutions and global governance at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). His areas of expertise include multilateral cooperation in the management of global issues; U.S. policy toward international institutions, including the United Nations; the challenges posed by fragile, failing, and post-conflict states; and the integration of U.S. defense, development, and diplomatic instruments in U.S. foreign and national security policy. From 2005 to April 2008, he was research fellow at the Center for Global Development. He directed the Center's research and policy engagement on the intersection between security and development, with a particular focus on the relationship between weak states and transnational threats and on the policy challenges of building effective institutions of governance in fragile settings. He also served as a professorial lecturer in international relations/conflict management at Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies. From September 2002 to January 2005, Patrick served on the secretary of state's policy planning staff, with lead staff responsibility for U.S. policy toward Afghanistan and a range of global and transnational issues. His portfolio included conducting analysis and providing recommendations for U.S. policies on weak and failing states, post-conflict reconstruction, development, refugees and migration, international law enforcement, and global health affairs. He joined the staff as an international affairs fellow at CFR. Prior to government service, Patrick was from 1997-2002 a research associate at the Center on International Cooperation at New York University. In that capacity he designed and ran two multi-scholar research programs on post-conflict reconstruction and on multilateralism and U.S. Foreign Policy. He also taught U.S. foreign policy at NYU as an adjunct professor of political science. Patrick graduated from Stanford University and received his doctorate in international relations, as well as two masters' degrees, from Oxford University, where he was a Rhodes Scholar. He is the author, co-author or editor of four books and the author of numerous articles and chapters on the subjects of multilateral cooperation, state-building, and U.S. foreign policy.

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