James M.B. Keyser
James M.B. Keyser is a native of Philadelphia. After graduating from Haverford College and spending some time living and working in France and Italy he returned to the USA to earn his Ph.D. in anthropology at Harvard University. During his career he has worked extensively in Africa, the Middle East, South America, Central and South Asia, and Southeast Asia on projects in education, agriculture, community development, health, and small business. He has worked for many private and governmental clients, especially United Nations agencies. Having been in the field for over thirty years, he has a wide and extensive knowledge of development and international affairs and has written extensively for scientific and foreign policy journals.
Articles by James M.B. Keyser
- In the Wake of the Iranian Nuclear Crisis:LIMITS OF UNILATERAL POWER RECALLGLOBAL ROLE OF THE UNITED NATIONS
- Reform at the United Nations is stuck because Bolton has other problems!
- Can the World Health Organization Meet the Challenge of Bill Gates?
- Sixty years later: The United Nations in crisis, but not ready fort he Dunghill of history