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  1. Douglas H. Paal

    Douglas H. Paal

    1 Commentary

    Douglas H. Paal is Vice President for Studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Previously, he was Director of the American Institute in Taiwan, and served on the National Security Council staffs of Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush as Director of Asian Affairs, Senior Director, and Special Assistant to the President.

  2. R. K. Pachauri

    Writing for PS since 2009
    1 Commentary

    R. K. Pachauri, a Nobel Laureate, is Chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and Director-General of the Energy & Resources Institute.

  3. Jason Pack

    Jason Pack

    Writing for PS since 2012
    1 Commentary

    Jason Pack researches Middle Eastern History at Cambridge University and is the author of In War's Wake: The Struggle for Post-Qadhafi Libya.

  4. Kevin Padian

    Writing for PS since 2001
    2 Commentaries

    Kevin Padian is a Professor of Integrative Biology at the University of California, Berkeley, Curator of Paleontology, University of California Museum of Paleontology, and President of the National Center for Science Education in Oakland, California.

  5. Pier Carlo Padoan

    Pier Carlo Padoan

    1 Commentary

    Pier Carlo Padoan is a former Italian minister of finance.

  6. Leif Pagrotsky

    Leif Pagrotsky

    Writing for PS since 2008
    4 Commentaries

    Leif Pagrotsky is a Swedish MP, vice president of Riksbank, and a former Minister of Industry and Trade and Minister of Education, Research, and Culture.

  7. Imbi Paju

    Imbi Paju

    Writing for PS since 2017
    2 Commentaries

    Imbi Paju is a filmmaker and the author of Memories Denied.

  8. Ana Palacio

    Ana Palacio

    Writing for PS since 2011
    100 Commentaries

    Ana Palacio is former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Spain and former Senior Vice President and General Counsel of the World Bank Group. She is a visiting lecturer at Georgetown University.

  9. Yannis Palaiokrassas

    Yannis Palaiokrassas

    Writing for PS since 2012
    1 Commentary

    Yannis Palaiokrassas is former Greek Minister of Finance and former European Commissioner for the Environment and Fisheries.

  10. Thomas I. Palley

    Thomas I. Palley

    Writing for PS since 2007
    11 Commentaries

    Dr. Thomas I. Palley is an economist living in Washington DC.

  11. Marcia Pally

    Writing for PS since 2007
    1 Commentary

    Marcia Pally teaches at New York University.

  12. Hugo Palma

    Hugo Palma

    1 Commentary

    Hugo Palma, a former Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of Peru, is President of the Peruvian Council of International Relations.

  13. Robert Palter

    Robert Palter

    Writing for PS since 2014
    1 Commentary

    Robert Palter, a McKinsey director, is the global leader of McKinsey’s Infrastructure Practice.

  14. Arvind Panagariya

    Arvind Panagariya

    Writing for PS since 2010
    2 Commentaries

    Arvind Panagariya is Professor of Economics and Indian Political Economy at Columbia University.

  15. Eleni Panagiotarea

    Eleni Panagiotarea

    Writing for PS since 2014
    1 Commentary

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