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Jonathan Winer

Jonathan Winer was formerly the U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for International Law Enforcment, and counsel to Senator John Kerry. In November 1999, Mr. Winer received a distinguished honor award from Secretary of State Madeleine Albright for his service at the State Department. The award stated that "he created the capacity of the Department and the U.S. government to deal with international crime and criminal justice as important foreign policy functions," and that "the scope and significance of his achievements are virtually unprecedented for any single official."

Youth Unemployment in North Africa and Middle East Driving Political Change

It's no news that unemployed young men are dangerous. What's interesting is looking at the correllation between high rates of youth unemployment and political change. Last August, the International Labour Organisation (ILO) issued a report documenting the severe impact of the global economic crisis on...

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