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Ep. 018: Jim Zimmerman, NASA: Space Exploration: A Powerful Symbol of Global Cooperation

In this episode, Susan interviews James Zimmerman (“Jim”), a retired National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) official, who describes space exploration as a case study for international cooperation. Jim recounts the history of space exploration as a tale of competition evolving to cooperation. Currently, the International Space Station, circling 250 miles above the earth’s surface,

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Ep. 031: Dr. Scilla Elworthy: A Business Plan for Peace

In this episode, Susan speaks with Scilla Elworthy Ph D. three times nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for her work with the Oxford Research Group, which she founded in 1982 to develop effective dialogue between nuclear weapons policy-makers worldwide and their critics. She founded Peace Direct in 2002 to fund, promote and learn from local peace-builders in

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Ep. 015: Andrea Bartoli: “Seek What Unites, Not What Divides”

In this episode, Susan interviews Dr. Andrea Bartoli, someone who takes important professional risks to get good work done. Dr. Bartoli is currently Dean at Seton Hall School of Diplomacy and International Relations and an incredibly brave, intelligent and collaborative soul. He has been part of peacemaking initiatives in Mozambique, Guatemala, Algeria, Kosovo, Burundi, the

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Ep. 018: Jim Zimmerman, NASA: Space Exploration: A Powerful Symbol of Global Cooperation

In this episode, Susan interviews James Zimmerman (“Jim”), a retired National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) official, who describes space exploration as a case study for international cooperation. Jim recounts the history of space exploration as a tale of competition evolving to cooperation. Currently, the International Space Station, circling 250 miles above the earth’s surface,

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Ep. 015: Andrea Bartoli: “Seek What Unites, Not What Divides”.

In this episode, Susan interviews Dr. Andrea Bartoli, someone who takes important professional risks to get good work done. Dr. Bartoli is currently Dean at Seton Hall School of Diplomacy and International Relations and an incredibly brave, intelligent and collaborative soul. He has been part of peacemaking initiatives in Mozambique, Guatemala, Algeria, Kosovo, Burundi, Democratic

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Podcast 9: African Solutions to African Problems – Carnegie Corporation of New York

Podcast 9: African Solutions to African ProblemsPhoto: Official White House Photo/Pete Souza The phrase “African Solutions to African Problems,” however difficult it may be to define, remains crucial to finding ways of improving peace and security in Africa, according to Africa experts interviewed in this final episode of Carnegie Corporation’s Peacebuilders podcast. Featured in this

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Dr. Scilla Elworthy: A Business Plan for Peace

Dear Subscribers, Birth is a powerful metaphor for the creation of just about anything. It’s a good one for me right now as my kids have flown the coop and motherhood is no longer the big part of my identity that it once was. I’d say I’m about 4.5 to 5 months “pregnant” with birthing

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