“If, finally, the debate over climate change is resonating with a broader audience–as ascendant activism like the Green New Deal and widespread global protests would suggest–it serves us to survey our options.”
Cade Stone is a fourth year Government and Plan II student originally from Austin, Texas. After abandoning an early International Relations major, he has returned circuitously to an overriding fascination with the global stage and America’s role within it. He is particularly interested in environmental policy, trans-Atlantic affairs, and institutional advocacy. When in town, Cade can likely be found at a coffee shop, local park, or one of Austin’s innumerable breakfast taco institutions.
Cade Stone compares the border wall, Brexit, and the 2020 presidential contenders with an eye towards how campaign promises become policy.
New staff writer Cade Stone argues for greater Congressional use of power in the global stage.