Carter Vance is an MA candidate in the Political Economy program at Carleton University. He has a degree in Psychology from the University of Ottawa and in Social Work from Algoma University and has also studied at the National University of Ireland, Galway. Carter was previously co-chair of the University of Ottawa New Democratic Party, has worked in the offices of several Members of Parliament and has written on politics and public policy for outlets such as Thee Westerner, The Moderate Moose and Zionish. His interests include socioeconomic dimensions of security, the changing role of international political bodies in the 21st century and Canada’s role in global economic and security systems. He also hosts the politics and public affairs podcast The Affair’s Current.
What can be done about the Debt Crisis in Greece? Carter Vance explores the vicious cycle of reforms and asks what it will take to really start helping Greece and countries like it
The interim government of Brazil, led by former Vice-president Michel Temer, is sparking unrest by proposing unpopular reforms. Carter Vance explains why the government is overstepping its mandate and how the unrest could affect the world 7th largest economy.
The recent Panama Papers reveal much about the level of tax evasion by corporate entities. Carter Vance looks at the need for International Coordination to protect the tax base.