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Claudio Guler

Contributor since: 29 Sep 2011

Claudio Guler

I am an independent international affairs analyst, and worked as an editor and senior correspondent for the International Relations and Security Network (ISN) at the ETH Zürich, Switzerland. I am also a former consultant for the Coalition for the International Criminal Court (CICC) co-secretariat in New York, a project of the World Federalist Movement (WFM), and conducted their daily media monitoring and analysis. I periodically provide writing services to an American mid-sized precious metals dealer. My areas of expertise include international criminal justice and international law, climate change, and security and strategic studies. I am based in New York and hold a degree in politics from Oberlin College, Ohio, USA. Currently, I am a Juris Doctor candidate and Maurice R. Greenberg Scholar at New York Law School.

Latest articles from Claudio

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    Published 20 September 2010 | viewed 4,658 times

    The US formally ended combat operations in Iraq on 31 August. The country remains without an elected government and many commentators in the media have…

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    Published 10 August 2010 | viewed 9,334 times

    As US climate policy stumbles, runaway climate change scenarios highlight the dangers of complacency. A choice topic to spoil dinner parties and a long-standing, legitimate…

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    Published 26 June 2010 | viewed 3,363 times

    Unconventional gas – pockets of underground natural gas found in hard-to-reach places – comes from several sources, coalbed methane (CBM) and tight gas sands among…

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    Published 06 May 2010 | viewed 8,349 times

    “With all the hysteria, all the fear, all the phony science, could it be that manmade global warming is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on…

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