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Island Packet
Foundation names 33 Andrew Carnegie Fellows winnersthe crumbling borders in the Middle East and the implications it will have for
Foundation names 33 Andrew Carnegie Fellows winners
Island Packet / Posted 14 days ago
the crumbling borders in the Middle East and the implications it will have for democracy and world order. Another winner, Thomas Weiss, a professor of international relations and global governance at the Graduate Center of The City University of... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Foundation names 33 Andrew Carnegie Fellows winnersthe crumbling borders in the Middle East and the implications it will have for
Foundation names 33 Andrew Carnegie Fellows winners
The Record Searchlight / Posted 14 days ago
the crumbling borders in the Middle East and the implications it will have for democracy and world order. Another winner, Thomas Weiss, a professor of international relations and global governance at the Graduate Center of The City University of... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
Foundation names 33 Andrew Carnegie Fellows winnersthe crumbling borders in the Middle East and the implications it will have for
Foundation names 33 Andrew Carnegie Fellows winners
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 14 days ago
the crumbling borders in the Middle East and the implications it will have for democracy and world order. Another winner, Thomas Weiss, a professor of international relations and global governance at the Graduate Center of The City University of... Read more
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KWWL Iowa
Foundation names 33 Andrew Carnegie Fellows winnersthe crumbling borders in the Middle East and the implications it will have for
Foundation names 33 Andrew Carnegie Fellows winners
KWWL Iowa / Posted 14 days ago
the crumbling borders in the Middle East and the implications it will have for democracy and world order. Another winner, Thomas Weiss, a professor of international relations and global governance at the Graduate Center of The City University of... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Foundation names 33 Andrew Carnegie Fellows winnersthe crumbling borders in the Middle East and the implications it will have for
Foundation names 33 Andrew Carnegie Fellows winners
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 14 days ago
the crumbling borders in the Middle East and the implications it will have for democracy and world order. Another winner, Thomas Weiss, a professor of international relations and global governance at the Graduate Center of The City University of... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
First ever public hustings for UN secretary general held in New YorkSo it’s a delicate balance.” “This process, and this evening in particular sug
First ever public hustings for UN secretary general held in New York
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 19 days ago
So it’s a delicate balance.” “This process, and this evening in particular suggests we can be more open, less scripted,” Thomas Weiss, one of Funds’ co-directors said after the two-hour debate. “I think we’ve already made steps in the right... Read more
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Aljazeera
A Secretary or General?Diplomat Sam Daws - UN specialist at the University of Oxford and former first
A Secretary or General?
Aljazeera / Posted 19 days ago
Diplomat Sam Daws - UN specialist at the University of Oxford and former first officer to UN Secretary General Kofi Annan Thomas Weiss - professor of political science at City University of New York’s Graduate Centre and Author of 'What’s Wrong... Read more

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