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Livni has served in a variety of ministerial positions in the Israeli government.
The panel talk, which is co-sponsored with the Seely G. Mudd Manuscript Library at Princeton, is being held in conjunction with an art exhibit in Bernstein Gallery and intended to provide an educational and panoramic view of the many aspects of Woodrow Wilson’s life and career.
The discussion between filmmaker and producer David Holbrooke and Julian Zelizer, the Malcolm Stevenson Forbes, Class of 1941 Professor of History and Public Affairs at Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, also will feature film clips from Holbrooke’s new HBO documentary, “The Diplomat.” "The Diplomat” tell
Dr. Julie L. Gerberding, executive vice president for strategic communications, global public policy and population health at Merck & Co. and former head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Gerberding is this year’s Gilbert S.
He served as the 31st president of Colombia from 2002 to 2010 and was elected as senator in the 2014 parliamentary election.
Panelists include AEI-Brookings Working Group members Robert Doar ’83, the Morgridge Fellow in Poverty Studies, AEI; Ron Haskins, senior fellow, economic studies and co-director of the Center on Children and Families, Brookings Institution; and Sheldon Danziger, president of the Russell Sage Foundation. Judith M.
Drawing on deep historical research, “Foreign Policy Breakthroughs” aims to 'reinvent' diplomacy for our current era. The original and comparative research provides a foundation for thinking about what successful outreach, negotiation, and relationship-building with foreign actors should look like.
Amb. Serry has extensive experience in multilateral diplomacy and crisis management having served with both the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the U.N. In March 2015, he completed a seven-year assignment as the U.N. special coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, based in Jerusalem.
When engaging with other countries, the U.S. government has a number of different policy instruments at its disposal, including foreign aid, international trade and the use of military force. But what determines which policies are chosen? A new book released by a Princeton-Harvard team focuses on how domestic U.S.