Visiting professor of the practice of public policy
Kelly specializes in energy, security and such North American issues as trade, immigration and border management, especially U.S. borders with Canada and Mexico. He had a 28-year career with the U.S. Foreign Service.
“Given the current ugly state of American politics, where bladder control, sexual potency and perspiration have become legitimate items of campaign discourse, our goal for Justin Trudeau's visit should be clear .. convince him to run for president,” suggests Stephen Kelly, a former American diplomat in Canada who now teaches at the Sanford School.
the Albany Times Union
Public Policy’s Stephen Kelly, a former State Department diplomat who teaches a class on borders, discusses best approaches to securing our nation's borders.
Stephen Kelly, a former U.S. diplomat who teaches at the Sanford School of Public Policy, says killing the Keystone pipeline won’t matter much in the end.
Toronto Globe and Mail