Georgetown University Law Center
Alex Little graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of North Carolina in 2001, where he was awarded the Terry Sanford and Troutman-Rainey Awards for his research on international affairs. He has published both academic articles and poetry in national publications and taught a course at UNC on the conflict in Northern Ireland.
For the past two years, Alex served on the Conflict Resolution staff of The Carter Center, working directly on peace negotiations in Sudan and Uganda with President Carter.
Prior to joining the Center, Alex studied conflict resolution efforts in Northern Ireland and the former Soviet Union. He is currently enrolled at Georgetown University Law Center as a Public Interest Law Scholar. An avid runner, Alex is spending the summer training for his second marathon.
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voyage members speak out on "superpower"
Duo Challenges Americans to Match Might with Compassion
Highlighting the work of fellow VOYAGE member Rye Barcott in
Little and Nate Olson
write in a recent op-ed piece that "America can be strong and
principled at the same time." "Investing our good fortune in
the futures of others," they continue, "won't diminish our resolve
when the time comes to fight." continue