Biden price hike? The nexus of foreign policy and economic crisis
Kevin Cashman is a Senior Associate at the Center for Economic and Policy Research in Washington, D.C., and a fellow at Economists for Peace and Security. Kevin’s work focuses on U.S. foreign policy and the role and influence of the United States within both regional and global multilateral institutions. His areas of expertise include the functioning of the global financial system, the mechanisms through which the United States has the ability to impose and enforce sanctions, and the role of alternative international reserve assets such as Special Drawing Rights.
Kevin’s work has been cited and published in numerous outlets such as The Washington Post, the White House’s blog, Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal, Yahoo News, NPR, The Review of Keynesian Economics, Challenge, Jacobin, The New Republic, Newsweek, El Nuevo Día, HuffPost, and The Philadelphia Tribune. He holds a degree from Grinnell College in Biological Chemistry and Political Science.
Cashman’s views are is own and do not necessarily reflect those of his employer.