After long experience in the field, I have lately become greatly concerned seeing current U.S. foreign policies failing. Global evil forces posing great threat to us are not being contained. They are rapidly expanding. I feel two fundamental policy changes are urgently needed. First, assign the greatest priority to what is best for global stability […]
About Nick Catsakis
Nick Catsakis, who was born and grew up in Athens Greece, is a naturalized U.S. citizen. He is a graduate of Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service in Washington, D.C. where his studies were in international relations in undergraduate school and international economics in graduate school.
During his more than three decade long career, headquartered in Washington, D.C. as an official of the International Monetary Fund earlier and of the Organization of American States later, he has spent considerable time in the field implementing efforts to introduce “democratization and nation-building” in Third World countries, accumulating considerable firsthand experience on which foreign policies work and which fail.
With his wife of five decades, Jean, originally from Newport, RI, he is now retired in Sarasota, FL. They both are active participants in local patriotic events. His favorite past-time is writing essays on current event topics, usually on U.S. foreign policies. They have six grandsons, five of whom are in the U.S. Air Force.