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story editor, print, @ForeignPolicy. former @tnr. i met tim riggins once. now my life is complete.

The Green Movement and its Inconvenient Truths

foreignpolicy.com — audio mp3="https://foreignpolicymag.files.wordpress.com/2016/05/160518_globalthinkers_mixdown.mp3"][/audio] In this week's Global Thinkers podcast, Urgenda co-founder and director Marjan Minnesma joins filmmaker and activist Josh Fox, director of the upcoming How to...

How to Build a Media Industry from Scratch

foreignpolicy.com — From telenovelas to Sesame Street, 2013 Global Thinkers Noura al Kaabi and Saad Mohseni debate the importance of cultural imports in a localized entertainment industry. By Amanda SilvermanAmanda Silverman is a story editor, print, for Foreign Policy. Before joining FP, she was an editor at The New Republic, where she worked on special projects and managed the print magazine.

Why Migrants Can No Longer Be Considered Society’s “Fringe”

foreignpolicy.com — 2015 Global Thinker Tobias Zielony and writer Anna Badkhen debate how the West stereotypes-to dangerous effect-the Global South. By Amanda SilvermanAmanda Silverman is a story editor, print, for Foreign Policy. Before joining FP, she was an editor at The New Republic, where she worked on special projects and managed the print magazine.

Sweden’s Foreign Minister Has No Time for Giggles

foreignpolicy.com — 2015 Global Thinker Margot Wallström explains how she took on critics of her "feminist foreign policy"-and why gender equality is a matter of national security.

From Gender Biases to Extreme Parenting: The Top Questions Women Working in STEM are Sick of Hearing

foreignpolicy.com — From Gender Biases to Extreme Parenting: The Top Questions Women Working in STEM are Sick of Hearing " | Foreign Policy | the Global Magazine of News and Ideas

A Deadly Double Standard

foreignpolicy.com — 2013 Global Thinker Gulalai Ismail and 2015 Global Thinker Leslee Udwin debate whether the patriarchal mindset so pervasive in South Asia can be reprogrammed-or if women must persevere in a rape culture. By Amanda SilvermanAmanda Silverman is a story editor, print, for Foreign Policy.

Are Women Still Disconnected From The Connected World?

foreignpolicy.com — 2011 Global Thinker Robert Zoellick and Jeffrey E. Garten discuss the future of emerging markets, gender equality, and the cyclical nature of globalization. By Amanda SilvermanAmanda Silverman is a story editor, print, for Foreign Policy. Before joining FP, she was an editor at The New Republic, where she worked on special projects and managed the print magazine.

Does the LGBT Community Have a Trans Problem?

The Power of the Purse

foreignpolicy.com — 2015 Global Thinkers Shannon Schuyler and Amy-Willard Cross discuss the importance of supporting women in business-and penalizing those who won't.

Epidemics on the Move

foreignpolicy.com — 2013 Global Thinker Caroline Buckee and FP Voice Laurie Garrett discuss how human migration - and the refugee crisis - poses an immense problem to...
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Apr 06, 2016

RT @FPMediaDept: A must listen: Sweden's FM @margotwallstrom talks w/ FP's @apsilverman & @Wolfe321 about a 'feminist foreign policy' https…

Jan 14, 2016

RT @ASME1963: Ellies 2016: @Highline nominated in Public Interest for “Welcome to Beautiful Parkersburg, WV,” by @MariahCBlake  http://goo.gl/pNUcNe 

Dec 09, 2015

RT @idalia_hill: Remember that podcast I teased - it posted! Check out the conversation with @ShannonSchuyler @apsilverman & @amy2pt0 https…

Dec 01, 2015

RT @JillFilipovic: "John & I told our story. We let ppl across the country into our life." @JimObergefell on what changed #marriageequality


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