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Gaza Flotilla Shows the Power of Non-State Actors- David Rieff, The New Republic
The Arab Uprisings and the Global Food Crisis - Events - IIEA - The Institute of International and European Affairs
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David Rieff is a New York-based journalist and author.
During the 1990s, he covered conflicts in Africa (Rwanda, Burundi, Congo, Liberia), the Balkans (Bosnia and Kosovo), and Central Asia.
Now a writer for the New York Times Magazine and a contributing editor for The New Republic, he has written extensively about the Middle East, Africa and Latin America.
is the author of eight books, including Slaughterhouse: Bosnia and the Failure of the West and A Bed for the Night: Humanitarianism in Crisis.
is currently completing a book about the global food crisis.
One manifestation of the crisis can be seen in the extraordinary uprisings in the Maghreb and the Arab Middle East, where, according to Rieff
, the failure of official development aid policies has been an important contributory factor.
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World Policy Institute - People
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...David Rieff is an American writer and policy analyst.He has served as a consultant for several humanitarian organizations and written widely on topics ranging from war, human rights, and humanitarian assistance to Africa, to third world immigration to the United States and cultural issues.He
covered the Bosnian war, spending extended periods of time in Sarajevo during the seige, and the Rwandan genocide.He
is the author of five books, including Los Angeles: Capital of the Third World and Slaughterhouse: Bosnia and the Failure of the West.He
is also the coeditor (with Roy Gutman) of War Crimes: What the Public Should Know, a primer on international humanitarian law, and A Bed for the Night: Humanitarianism in Crisis, published by Simon & Schuster
in October 2002.He is a contributing editor to the New Republic, and his work has appeared in many journals and newspapers in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Spain, France, and Germany, including the New Yorker, the New York Times, the New York Times Magazine, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, the New York Review of Books, the Nation, the National Post (Canada), the Times Literary Supplement (London), Le Monde (Paris), and El Pais (Madrid)
A Global Culture? | World Policy Institute
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In anticipation of the release of the fall issue, which introduces the concept of a Global Canon, WPJ revisits David Rieff's analysis of global cultural diffusion.
Reposted from the Winter 1993-4 issue.
By David Rieff
David Rieff is a senior fellow at the World Policy Institute.