Monthly Archives: August 2009

An Outline for Global Security

The issue of global security is often a touchy one when it comes to actually laying down the groundwork for a functional alliance. States are often distrustful of each other, militaries eye other commanders with suspicion, and no one can … Continue reading

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Building a Better World: The Idea

Let me start by saying that this is a conceptual work with the focus of increasing international security as well as expanding trade and the flow of people, capital, and ideas across borders. Periodic updates will cover topics in how … Continue reading

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What I wrote for Bulgari’s Rewrite the Future Campaign

Phases: Increased potency of UN peacekeepers New military branch of humanitarian forces Restructured food/aid programs Infrastructure investment International nation-building? War torn nations face dozens of obvious problems in terms of stability and state viability, but one that is often overlooked … Continue reading

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First Post and About Me

My name is Alex Fogleman, I am a graduate of the University of Arizona with a BA in Political Science and Philosophy. My interests (and blog topics) focus on Foreign Policy, State-Building, Conflict Management and Resolution, and International Political Economy.

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Hello world!

Welcome to WordPress.com. This is your first post. Edit or delete it and start blogging!

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