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Fellows and Experts by Region

This page lists fellows and staff organized by region; you may also view them organized by name or by area of expertise.

AFRICA 

Monique El-Faizy - Egypt, Coptic Christians, sectarian conflict

Todd Lester - North Africa, forced migration 

William Powers - Liberia; sustainable forestry; development

Khadija Sharife - Development, Climate Change and Sustainability, International Law

David Stevens - Southern African Politics

 

AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY 

Eric Alterman

David A. Andelman

Jonathan Cristol

William Hartung

  

ASIA

Michelle Fanzo - Afghanistan, Burma/Myanmar

James Nolt - particularly China and Japan; U.S.-East Asia relations

Swadesh Rana - India; Pakistan; South Asia

Masaru Tamamoto - particularly Japan; Japan-China and Japan-US relations

 

LATIN AMERICA 

Stephanie Elizondo Griest - Mexico, Cuba 

Lawrence Gutman - Latin American politics and markets; U.S.-Latin American relations; urbanization; Cuba; Mexico; Brazil.

Silvana Paternostro - Cuba, Colombia 

Andrew Reding - Mexico, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Haiti

Damaso Reyes - Cuba, photography and photojournalism

Lissa Weinmann - Cuba, Mexico, Venezuela, Colombia 

William Powers - Bolivia, food aid; climate change and deforestation; ecological tourism; indigenous peoples

 

EURASIA

Karl Meyer

 

EUROPE

David Andelman

Belinda Cooper - Germany 

Paul Hockenos - Germany and Balkans 

Nina Khrushcheva -Russia 

Andrew Reding - Belgium

Damaso Reyes - migration and immigration, Germany, Austria, Spain, photography and photojournalism

Martin Walker

 

MIDDLE EAST

David Andelman

Alon Ben-Meir

Jonathan Cristol

Monique El-Faizy - Egypt, Coptic Christians, sectarian conflict

Todd Lester

 

RUSSIA AND CIS

Nina Khrushcheva - Russia; U.S.-Russia relations

Peter Kaufman

Sherle Schwenninger

Martin Walker - Russia

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