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Archive for February 2019

Hidden Dangers: The Perils of U.S. Withdrawal from the INF

By Jigar Khatri Due to an ever-expanding list of daily political scandals, it is easy to miss the greater significance of a specific event. For instance, in February, the Trump administration announced its withdrawal from the foundational 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty. The reason given for withdrawing from this landmark agreement was the Russian deploying of illegal land-based…

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YPFP Brussels 2018 Annual Report

Last year, YPFP Brussels marked 10 years of fostering the next generation of change makers and leaders of tomorrow. Celebrating our 10th anniversary gave us the opportunity to take stock of our achievements over the past 10 years. As an organisation, we are extremely proud to have had a major impact on the lives of…

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YPFP DC Staff List

YPFP DC Staff Executive Team Kolby Keo Interim President Kolby has volunteered with YPFP since February 2016, previously serving as Senior Vice President and Managing Director of Programs. As YPFP Interim President, he leads a team of over 100 volunteers, oversees day-to-day operations, and facilitates collaboration across YPFP’s teams. Kolby works as Special Assistant to…

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YPFP Brussels Presents: Katie Low, Managing Director

British-born Katie likes to describe herself as a ‘citizen of nowhere’, but at YPFP Brussels she’ll always have a place to call home. For many years she has poured her heart and soul into the branch, first as a member of the comms team and currently as Managing Director. As she gets ready to leave…

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A Delicate Situation: How Tumult in Venezuela Threatens a Continent

By Colin Wolfgang On Jan. 23, the United States joined a number of countries in recognizing Venezuela’s opposition leader, Juan Guaidó, as its interim president. Within hours, Nicolas Maduro responded by severing diplomatic ties with the United States and announcing a 30-day window for the country to withdraw its diplomats. While the United States and Maduro have agreed…

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