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WFPG's 2018 Guide to Women Leaders

Do you know how many countries have women heads of state or government? What about the number of women ambassadors from the US? It is critical that we recognize the women who have lead the way and understand how far we still have to go. WFPG's 2018 Guide to Women Leaders highlights women shaping foreign policy around the world. The Guide provides an index of prominent women from across the international community, including heads of state and government, government ministers and diplomats, and leaders of international organizations and corporations. Follow us on Twitter #g2wl, Facebook, and Instagram to learn more about these incredible role models. Read more

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A Conversation on Syria with
Foreign Correspondent Anne Barnard 

On October 11th, the WFPG hosted a discussion on What’s Next for Syria? with veteran New York Times foreign correspondent and CFR Fellow Anne Barnard, who has led The New York Times’ coverage of the devastating war in Syria for the last six years. The conversation focused on the situation in Syria, the resilience of the Syrian people, the international community’s failure to address human rights abuses, and the challenges facing journalists.

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