Anne-Marie Slaughter

Dean, Woodrow Wilson School; Bert G. Kerstetter University Professor of Politics and International Affairs Anne-Marie Slaughter has served as Dean of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University since September 2002. Slaughter writes and teaches broadly on global governance, international criminal law, and American foreign policy. She is the author,…

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David Halton

David Halton, distinguished broadcast journalist, joined the CBC in 1965. One year later, he became the network’s Paris-based correspondent, reporting on the de Gaulle government, the Six-Day War in Israel and the coup in Greece. His career took him to Moscow, where he was correspondent from 1968 to 1969, to Canadian posts in Quebec and…

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Thomas J. Biersteker

Henry R. Luce Professor and Director, Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University Thomas J. Biersteker became director of the Watson Institute for International Studies in 1994. He recently completed The Emergence of Private Authority (2002) with Rodney Hall and co-edited Rebordering North America Integration and Exclusion in a New Security Context (2003) with Peter…

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Tod Lindberg

Tod Lindberg is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution and editor of Hoover Institution’s Policy Review. Lindberg’s areas of research interest are political theory, American politics, and national security policy. He is the editor of Beyond Paradise and Power: Europe, America, and the Future of a Troubled Partnership (Routledge, 2004) and a contributing editor…

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George Russell

George Russell is currently Executive Editor with Fox News Network in New York City. He is the former President and Editor of TIME Magazine in Canada. Previously he held positions as Editor of TIME Latin America as well as writer and editor at TIME U.S., covering┬ánumerous disciplines including international affairs and business. He is co-author…

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