Blog: Leadership, Other

Social Good Summit 2013. Un quiet allusion immerge

Posted on [created] by Blog Manager in Leadership, Other
Il est de trois heures dans le Social Good Summit 2013. Un quiet allusion immerge: ... Read More »


Posted on [created] by Blog Manager in Global Development, Leadership
谁能赢得2030年的话语权? ——政府与公民的社交媒体博弈   作为联合国基金会2013 Social Good Summit的国际代表,我在纽约曼哈顿参加为期三天的会议,与众多学者、企业家、国际组织对话:社交媒体如何在未来帮助解决公共性议题? 美国常驻联合国代表萨曼莎·鲍尔(Samantha Power)说,政府在新媒体时代对舆论的监控与对人权运动的压制更为激烈,新兴科技在拓宽公共话语空间的同时,也让政府能更为娴熟地操纵民意。 ... 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 »

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 »

Saved by the Diaspora

Posted on [created] by Blog Manager in Diplomacy, Leadership
President Bashar al-Assad’s fall is inevitable, but Syria’s subsequent collapse need not be. Syria’s sizable émigré community has so far remained far away from the devastation, waiting in cities like Paris and London to ... Read More »

Syria’s Silent War Crimes Call for Intervention

Posted on [created] by Blog Manager in Leadership, Politics and Society
Recent events in Syria raise concerns that the redline of chemical weapons use has been crossed, forcing the U.S. to reconsider intervening in the two-year civil war.  At this ... Read More »

Lt. Benjamin Luxenberg – A Model for YPFP Members

Posted on [created] by Matt Hays in Economics and Finance, Grand Strategy, Leadership
  Young Professionals in Foreign Policy’s (YPFP) mission is to foster the next generation of foreign policy leaders, the men and women who will be forced to make far-reaching decisions that will drive firms, non-profits ... Read More »

A Game-Changing Spy & the Fourth of July

Posted on [created] by (not verified) in Leadership, Politics and Society
To the man who brought down the most damaging spy in U.S. history, the Fourth of July is about more than cold beer, fireworks and hotdogs - it's also about remembering the reason for the season: our freedom. In a quick ... Read More »

Foreign Policy Leader of the Future

Posted on [created] by (not verified) in Leadership
Tuesday May 22nd was a memorable night in the history of Young Professionals in Foreign Policy, as the organization celebrated the past and future of YPFP, and new President Gary Barnabo launched the beginning of a ... Read More »

Generational Views on Foreign Policy

Posted on [created] by Daniel Perez in Leadership
The Pew Research Center recently published an interesting report examining generational differences on key questions regarding foreign policy and ... Read More »