By Brother David L. Carl
A foremost authority on international law and diplomacy, he received three degrees from the prestigious Fletcher School, becoming the first Black Ph.D. from Tufts University. A pioneer for government funding and social equality in higher education, he author of over 125 books and scholarly articles, served on countless boards, consulted and advised global companies, and taught at several universities.
He also held the position of Vice President of Howard University and Delaware State College. He traversed the world of academia and business from Western Europe and Eastern Asia, through the Middle East, Africa and the Caribbean.