Blog: November, 2013

The Integration of Church and State in Russian Policy

Posted on [created] by Blog Manager in Grand Strategy, Politics and Society
The Russian Orthodox Church serves two distinct functions: first and arguably foremost, the Church is a community for the faithful. Second, the Church has become one of Russia’s largest social and political institutions ... Read More »

YPFP and the Boren Forum Host First Partnership Series on U.S. Intelligence

Posted on [created] by Blog Manager in Professional/Career Development, Security/Intelligence
For three consecutive Mondays in August -- when most of Washington has fled the city for more temperate locales -- a group of 25 members of Young Professionals in Foreign Policy (YPFP) and the Boren Forum gathered in ... Read More »

Bottom-Up Design: Recovering from Disaster in Bangladesh

Posted on [created] by Blog Manager in Global Development, Politics and Society
Minhaj Chowdhury is a co-founder of Drinkwell, an organization with the noble goal of eliminating arsenic poisoning in rural Bangladesh. High levels of arsenic in water caused ... Read More »

World Bank Youth Summit 2013: Ending Extreme Poverty by 2030

Posted on [created] by Blog Manager in Global Development, Professional/Career Development
World Bank Summit 2013 brought together promising young entrepreneurs from all over the world to engage in a conversation about battling youth unemployment, ending world poverty, and making the world a better place by ... Read More »