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Elizabeth Dickinson

Elizabeth Dickinson appears in the following:

Ivory Coast: Africa's Other Civil War

Monday, March 28, 2011

With world attention focused on North Africa,  the UN says almost one million Ivorians are fleeing their capital. Elizabeth Dickinson, assistant managing editor and blogger at Foreign Policy magazine and Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, West Africa correspondent for NPR, discuss the escalation of post-election violence.

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Backstory: What the WikiLeaks Documents Reveal about Corruption Around the World

Thursday, December 23, 2010

The revelations contained in the State Department cables that were published by WikiLeaks have captured headlines for the last few weeks. On today’s Backstory, Elizabeth Dickinson, Assistant Managing Editor for Foreign Policy, explains what the WikiLeaks cables have revealed about government corruption around the world—and how the United States has responded.

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WikiLeaks Africa

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Elizabeth Dickinson, assistant managing editor of Foreign Policy magazine and former Nigeria correspondent for the Economist, talks about what the WikiLeaks cables have revealed about Nigeria and Sudan.

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Underreported: The UN Response to Zimbabwe's 2008 Cholera Outbreak

Thursday, March 04, 2010

In 2008, up to 100,000 Zimbabweans got cholera. On today’s first Underreported, Foreign Policy’s Assistant Managing Editor Elizabeth Dickinson explains why one former United Nations official is now criticizing the organization’s response to the outbreak, and what it says about the UN’s relationship with authoritarian President Robert Mugabe. ...

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Underreported: Failed States Index

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Many nations that were already on the brink in good times are sliding closer and closer to becoming failed states as the global economic slump continues. Foreign Policy magazine, in conjunction with The Fund for Peace, has compiled a list of the world’s top failed states using 12 indicators ranging ...

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