Richard E. Caroll

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I am a retired economist, and a retired soldier. I have a degree in Economics and a degree in Liberal Arts. While in the military my specialty was in Intelligence and Administration.

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A Quintuplet Defense Organization is Forming Within NATO

Unnoticed by the world press, a new and semi-official European coalition is forming. Faced with the aggression of Russia against Ukraine, a political and...

The European Union: Rising or Dis-Uniting?

Ever since the end of World War Two, and the founding of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in 1949, the defense and security...

Should the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S.  be Monitoring Commonwealth Fusion Systems?

The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) has its genesis in the Foreign Investment and National Security Act (FINSA) of 2007. ...

The Cold War Has Ended, A Multi-Polar War is Replacing It

Karl Von Clausewitz, who wrote the book “On War”, once opined “war is not merely a political act but a real political instrument, a...

Western Volunteer Combat Troops for Ukraine and Asymmetrical Warfare at Sea

Until Russia understands that their current path will lead to a general war with the West, there will be no lasting peace in Europe. ...

The UNSC is Outdated: The Current Makeup is Based on the Outcome of World War Two. That Time has Passed

The current makeup of the Security Council of the United Nations was formed on October 24, 1945.  One of the principal departments of the...

It is Beyond Time for the EU to Admit Turkey into the European Union

Authors: Richard Caroll and Jozef Bicerano Modern Turkey was founded in 1923, and ever since then, Turkey has moved toward the western world; she has...

The Sword of Osman Rising

While the intensity of the fighting in the Gaza Strip has brought warnings from pundits that the conflict could easily expand into a larger...

How a United States Federal Sovereign Wealth Fund Could Solve the United States Debt Problem

The single most pressing national security issue for the United States is its addiction to deficit spending and its overwhelming debt.  The United States...

The US Dollar Will Continue as the World’s Reserve Currency

Despite the current glut of article’s questioning the status of the currency of the United States and its role as the global reserve currency,...

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International Law and the challenges in implementing UNCLOS: South China Sea Arbitration

The intensification of the South China Sea (‘SCS’) conflict...

Silicon Preponderance: Policy, Politics, and the Future of Global Semiconductor Markets

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The World Bank’s $1.5 Billion Loan to India: A Revolutionary Move in Green Energy

Energy is at the core of development. Energy makes...

A New Chapter in the South China Sea Dispute

Amid tensions between China and the Philippines in the...
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