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Don Oberdorfer, longtime diplomatic correspondent for The Post, dies at 84
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Don Oberdorfer, longtime diplomatic correspondent for The Post...

By , Don Oberdorfer, a former Washington Post diplomatic correspondent who chronicled international news from the Vietnam War to the fall of the Soviet Union, earning a reputation as one of the most insightful, fair-minded reporters on his ... Washington Post, 1 month ago
Longtime foreign policy reporter Don Oberdorfer dies San Francisco Chronicle, 1 month ago

Feeding bottle democracy

Deputy President of the Senate, Ike Ekweremadu, once described intergovernmental fiscal relations in Nigeria as feeding-bottle federalism. He was referring to an abnormal system in the country whereby the constituent states are funded almost ...
 Naija Lately1 month ago

The European Political Centre Cannot Hold

Europe's politicians have cleared the last hurdle in accepting Greece's third financial bailout, but the voting was uncomfortable for everyone. The left-wing populist government in Greece relied on representatives from the more traditional ...
 IISS1 week ago
Al Jazeera

The tragedy of Rabaa

The Rabaa massacre will haunt the people of Egypt for years. Story highlights It was around 7am on August 14, 2013 when I turned on my TV only to become [[a]] witness to the massacre of hundreds of Egyptian protesters in Rabaa Al-Adawyia and ...
 Al Jazeera2 weeks ago

The EU Needs to Admit Mistakes

The European Union (EU) is good at writing rules; what it needs is to strengthen the capacity to suspend, ignore or replace rules that are obviously not working or inappropriate in a given situation. In other words, the EU needs to get better at ...
 IISS2 weeks ago

Author of 'The Two Koreas' dies at age 84

WASHINGTON, July 24 (Yonhap) -- Don Oberdorfer, a former Washington Post journalist and foreign affairs expert best known in South Korea for his influential best-seller book "The Two Koreas," has died at age 84, his family said. Oberdorfer died in ...
 Yonhap News Agency1 month ago

Russian Expansion A Reality or Fiction: A Conversation with Elmar Brok

Event Time:12:30 - 1:30 PM The German Marshall Fund of the United States, 1744 R St. NW, Washington, DC 20011 United States Introductions Dr. Karen Donfried , President, The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) Dr. Lars ...
 Delegation of the EU to the USA1 month ago

The ECBs Choice

The Greek referendum has left the Governing Council of the European Central Bank (ECB) with a political choice that it should not have to make. The ECB will need cover from Europe's political leaders no matter how this plays out. As with most ...
 IISS1 month ago

Broken Europe

The Greek referendum was a postmodern event, and I don't mean that in a good way. The question was an empty signifier: no one could understand its literal meaning, and that literal meaning was no longer relevant in any case. So you can think of ...
 IISS1 month ago
Chronicle of Higher Education

Adelphi U. President Retires After Turning Around a Grim Situation, and Other News About People

A Legacy of Change Robert A. Scott, who stepped down as president of Adelphi University at the end of June, says he feels confident that he is leaving the small Long Island institution in good shape. When he took the helm, 15 years ago, Adelphi ...
 Chronicle of Higher Education1 month ago
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