Journal Staff

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Paul Chiariello

Co-Founder & Managing Editor

Paul Chiariello, LMSW, MSc Ed, has a diverse background in research, education, and writing. After completing a Fulbright in Indonesia and his MSc in Sociology of Education at Oxford, he worked with several humanitarian non-profits and think tanks, both domestically and abroad, such as the Global Literacy Project and the International Center for Religion and Diplomacy. Thereafter, he developed and led socio-emotional curricula for camps and school programs and has worked as a writer and editor with Applied Sentience, Uncommon Apps, Wyzant, and other platforms.

Writing & Research Mentors

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Adem Carroll

Director of UN Programs, Justice for All, Burma Task Force Team Lead

Adem Carroll is the United Nations Program Director at Justice for All and Team Lead for its program Burma Task Force.  He works to end genocide and promote international law through  partnership building with Burmese groups, human rights and humanitarian organizations, and through advocacy efforts targeting U.S. Congress, U.N. missions and international leaders. He is also the founder and former Executive Director of Muslim Consultative Network (Now Muslim Community Network) in New York City. Mr Carroll received a Masters degree in Near Eastern Studies at NYU, after completing Peace Corps service in Morocco.

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Dr Mohd Aminul Karim

Professor of International Relations; Retired Lt General

Dr. Karim completed his PhD at the University of Dhaka on Chinese Modernization and a graduate certificate in Conflict Management at the Harvard. He is currently a Dean at Independent University in Bangladesh, where he teaches geopolitics and strategic management. His unique perspective is informed by his extensive military background, from being the Lieutenant General at the National Defense College of Bangladesh to his time as a Military Secretary for the President.  He has published more than a dozen books and chapters, including Chinese Military Modernization: Implications for the Region and Genocide and Geopolitics of the Rohingya Crisis.