Blog: July, 2013

Working With/In Nonalignment

Posted on [created] by Blog Manager in Global Development, Grand Strategy
In a recent post, I advocated for an expanded American strategic relationship with India. High-level cooperation between the two countries would create a ... Read More »

Reflecting on "Others" in the Middle East

Posted on [created] by Blog Manager in Diplomacy, Leadership, Politics and Society
This summer, YPFP collaborated with the Ibrahim Family Foundation to execute the Ibrahim Leadership and Dialogue Project in the Middle East. This remarkable program provides an opportunity for high-achieving U.S. ... Read More »

Erdogan Fails to Understand the Protesters

Posted on [created] by Blog Manager in Global Development, Politics and Society
The demonstrations that started on May 27 as a peaceful call to preserve Istanbul’s Gezi Park quickly became the biggest protest movement Turkey has seen in decades. The spontaneous nature of the protests caught ... Read More »

What Kind of Leader Does Turkey Want?

Posted on [created] by Blog Manager in Leadership, Politics and Society
Since protests erupted last month in Turkey, there has been one major question: are the Turkish people outgrowing Prime Minister Recep Erdoğan? Demonstrations that began as a protest of the commercial redevelopment of a ... Read More »