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  • April 28, 2016 • Common Ground, Print, Q&A, Theme • Views: 2547

    Families Along the Divide

    Russian photographer Oksana Yushko discusses her work highlighting mixed marriages during the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. By Skyler Inman...

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  • October 18, 2015 • Print, Q&A • Views: 1211

    A Conversation with Ivo Banac

    The sun was shining as I sat down with Ivo Banac, one of the world’s foremost Balkan historians, at a café just outside the walls of the Old City in Dubrovnik, Croatia. The city seems like a piece of heaven on earth; a tourist’s...

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  • February 14, 2015 • Fringe, Print, Q&A • Views: 1216

    A Conversation with Michelle Malvesti

    By Eleanor Runde A Jackson Institute Senior Fellow and counterterror expert discusses gender, media, national security. In your experience, how has the role of women changed in national security over the past twenty years? MM: One...

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  • February 13, 2015 • Print, Q&A • Views: 798

    Rami Nakhla on The Roots of Syria’s Turmoil

    By Alejandra Mena World Fellow and Syrian Peace Activist, Rami Nakhla has advocated for political reform in Syria for a decade. His work took on a new urgency after the beginning of the Syrian uprising in 2011, when he was forced to flee...

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  • December 7, 2014 • Print, Q&A • Views: 994

    Q&A with Thomas Graham

    By Hannah Flaum A noted Russia expert, Thomas Graham is a Senior Fellow at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs. He previously served as Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director for Russia on the National Security Staff...

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  • October 27, 2012 • Chile, Print, Q&A, Theme • Views: 834

    Q&A Rolf Lüders Schwarzenberg

    DIANA SAVERIN spoke to Rolf Lüders Schwarzenberg, an Economics professor at Pontifica Universidad Cátolica de Chile. He was the Minister of the Economy and Finance under Augusto Pinochet (1982-1983). He was a member of the “Chicago...

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  • May 2, 2012 • Q&A • Views: 1044

    Q&A: A Conversation with William Trubridge

    William Trubridge holds the world record in free diving. For a living, he treads water at the surface of the ocean, takes a big gulp of air, and proceeds to dive straight down more than 360 feet without any equipment to assist him. Then,...

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  • February 19, 2012 • Print, Q&A • Views: 620

    Q&A: A Conversation with Nathan Wolfe

    Nathan Wolfe’s research takes him far outside the confines of a lab. As director and founder of the Global Viral Forecasting Initiative (GVFI), an organization Time Magazine dubbed the “CIA of infectious disease,” Dr. Wolfe travels...

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  • October 23, 2011 • Online Exclusives, Q&A • Views: 1266

    Q&A: Nejla Guvenc, Turkish Fashion Designer

    Nejla Guvenc, 41, has been representing Turkey in international fashion shows since 2005. She created her brand Nej in 2002, and last year she became the first Turkish woman in the Goldman Sachs/Wharton 10,000 Women in Emerging Markets...

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  • October 5, 2011 • Q&A, Theme, Turkey • Views: 664

    Q&A: A Conversation with Bedri Baykam

    Bedri Baykam is a Turkish artist and political activist for the Republican People’s Part (CHP). He was a candidate for the presidency of his party in October 2003. This interview was conducted by Adele Rossouw. Q: You have been a...

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