Carlos Roa

Carlos Roa is a Visiting Fellow at the Danube Institute and an Associate Washington Fellow at the Institute for Peace and Diplomacy. He is also a Contributing Editor at The National Interest. He was formerly the Executive Editor of the publication.Previously, he was Associate Editor of Horizons: Journal of International Relations and Sustainable Development and an analyst at the Center for International Relations and Sustainable Development.Additionally, he is Secretary of the Board of Trustees of the Delta Phi Epsilon Foundation for Foreign Service Education and a member of the Board of Directors of Ecohodo, an Indian startup focused on using advanced technologies (AI-enabled DMRV software) to accurately measure and reduce carbon emissions. The firm also produces and sells carbon credits.His research focuses primarily on geoeconomics, history, and the effects of technology on institutions and societal development.His writing has been published in The Miami Herald, The Dallas Express, Newsweek, RealClearPolitics, Yahoo News, The Spectator, The National Interest, The American Interest, Quadrant, Horizons: Journal of International Relations and Sustainable Development, Baku Dialogues, Caucasus Strategic Perspectives Journal, The American Conservative, Modern Age, The American Mind, Asia Times, El Nuevo Herald, The Hungarian Conservative, Magyar Nemzet, Politika, and other publications.Likewise, he has participated in a variety of international fora, including the Raisina Dialogue, the Baku Global Forum, and so on.He studied international politics with a concentration in security studies security at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University.

A Selection of Recent Publications