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Negar Rachel Treister
Negar Rachel Treister is a New York–based freelance editor and consultant, specializing in the Middle East and Africa. >Innovators >People
A Dangerous Dance in Modern Iran   Transcript
Negar Rachel Treister 05/30/14
Any stirring of excitement about change in Iran needs to be tempered by the reality that change will never come from the current leadership. >Ideas >Commentary
Caroline Rees
Caroline Rees is the Director of the Governance and Accountability Program with the Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative at Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government. >Innovators >People
Ali Dini
Ali Dini is a professor of economics at the University of Tehran's Faculty of Management. He received his Master's degree in development economics from the University of Iran in 1992. Dini has held several positions with the Institute for Trade Studies and Research, which is affiliated with the Iranian ministries of commerce and higher education. He was also a Senior Advisor in the Ministry of Economics and Finance. >Innovators >People
Top Risks and Ethical Decisions 2012  
Ian Bremmer, Art Kleiner 01/20/12
What are the big political risks in 2012 and associated ethical decisions? Risk guru Ian Bremmer discusses his annual list, and his conclusions may surprise you. >Ideas >Audio
Protecting Nature's Nomads  
Achim Steiner 11/28/11
Since the Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species entered into force in 1983, it has led to agreements to conserve more than 26 creatures, so that future generations can also marvel at these nomads of the natural world. >Ideas >Innovations
Clean Trade in Natural Resources  
Leif Wenar, John Tessitore 06/02/11
Consumers are often unwittingly in business with dictators, corrupt officials, and armed groups, says Leif Wenar. Yet we could change our laws to make powerful groups in exporting countries accountable to their own people. >Ideas >Audio
Critical Regions in Crisis  
Nikolas K. Gvosdev, David Speedie, Devin T. Stewart, Dov Waxman 06/01/11
Our fourth Rise of the Rest panel analyzes the challenges that rising and established powers must confront, from protests across the Middle East to the disasters in Japan, from high food prices to natural resources insecurity. >Ideas >Video
The Net Delusion  
Evgeny Morozov 02/18/11
Amid the euphoria over the power of social media, Evgeny Morozov notes that Internet tools can also serve to entrench dictators and threaten democracy movements. >Ideas >Video
Peter Zahler
Peter Zahler is assistant director of the Wildlife Conservation Society's Asia Program, where he is responsible for projects in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran, Russia, China, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Papua New Guinea. >Innovators >People
The World Still Loves Obama   Publication
Bruce Stokes 06/17/10
American soft power, eroded through much of the last decade, has rebounded despite the economic crisis, Afghan escalation, and failure to take steps against climate change. >Ideas >Briefings
Review: The End of the Free Market   Transcript
Devin T. Stewart 05/12/10
State capitalism differs from free-market capitalism in that politics rather than profit is the main driver of decision-making. For this reason, it threatens to curtail free markets and the global economy. >Ideas >Commentary
U.S. Pressures Oil Companies to Leave Iran   Publication
Negar Rachel Treister 03/26/10
With nuclear diplomacy at a standstill, the U.S. government has been expanding its sanctions against Iran to include refined petroleum products and insurers. >Ideas >Briefings
The Evolution of Revolution   Transcript
Rita J. King 02/20/10
Revolution is hard work, and lethal. Social media has a communicative role to play in the sophisticated design of systems that will undermine human suffering and solve the "day after" problems of deposing a dictatorship. >Ideas >Commentary
George T. Abed
George T. Abed was Director of the Middle Eastern Department of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) from July 2002 until December 2003. Prior to taking up that position, he was Deputy Director of the IMF's Fiscal Affairs Department from 1997–2002. >Innovators >People
Obama's Foreign Policy: What Matters and What Doesn't for America  
George Friedman 02/01/10
Elections and campaigns are about options. Governing is about constraints. For Obama, and every president, what happens when foreign policy options meet foreign policy constraints? >Ideas >Video
Civil Resistance and Power Politics  
Adam Roberts 12/02/09
Should civil resistance be seen as potentially replacing violence completely, or as a phenomenon that operates in conjunction with, and as a modification of, power politics? >Ideas >Video
Intergovernmental Group of Twenty-Four
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To Stop Terrorism, Trade Fairly   Transcript
John Perkins 11/18/09
Our children's futures are interlocked with the futures of children born in the fishing villages of Somalia, the mountains of Burma, and the jungles of Colombia, yet we're hung up on one loaded word: terrorist. >Ideas >Commentary
A New Start for Non-Proliferation  
Mohamed ElBaradei 07/29/09
Mohamed ElBaradei proposes a key measure to strengthen non-proliferation: Establish an IAEA bank of low-enriched uranium to guarantee supplies to countries that need nuclear fuel for their power reactors. >Ideas >Innovations

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