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Blog: February, 2014
A reflection on expatriates and the international community; why we should care, and what we can do. What began on February 12 as a peaceful student protest in Caracas, Venezuela ... Read More »
I was born during the Iran-Iraq War and grew up in post-conflict Tehran. My childhood, despite being quite normal, was dominated by politics. With academic parents in the fields of ... Read More »
Immersing myself in nonproliferation studies has been a thrilling life journey. Growing up in Egypt, I realized early in life that I live in a highly volatile region, where war rhetoric and existential threats prevailed ... Read More »
As United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon said in his address to the U.N. General Assembly in September, 2013, “The equation is simple: When girls ... Read More »
At the end of January, the place to be for the political chic was the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos. Politicians, economist and business leaders met to discuss myriad fundamental challenges to our future, from ... Read More »
The late Daniel Patrick Moynihan, a former US Senator and UN Ambassador, once said, “Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not to his own facts." I would like to amend that to say ... Read More »