James P. Muldoon, Jr.






The Mosaic Institute


James P. Muldoon Jr. is an independent scholar of international affairs and Vice-Chair of the Mosaic Institute, a Canadian “think & do” tank headquartered in Toronto. His research and writing focus on multilateral diplomacy, international organizations, and global governance. His previous positions include Senior Fellow (non-residential) with the Center for Global Change and Governance of Rutgers University – Newark (2000-2012), Senior Research Fellow at the Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs (1999-2000), Visiting Scholar at the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences in China (1996-99), and Director of Education Programs with the United Nations Association of the United States of America (1986-96). He holds a BA and MA in Political Science from St. Louis University and Miami University (Ohio) respectively. Mr. Muldoon’s publications include The New Dynamics of Multilateralism: Diplomacy, International Organizations, and Global Governance (Westview Press, 2010), Multilateral Diplomacy and the United Nations Today, second edition (Westview Press, 2005) and The Architecture of Global Governance: An Introduction to the Study of International Organizations (Westview Press, 2004). He has been a guest lecturer on diplomacy and international affairs at universities and research centers around the world and has contributed to major newspapers and academic journals on contemporary international relations and global issues.