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WAR IN GAZA

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Gaza. What now OUR GUESTS 1. ROY GUTMAN Roy Gutman is currently foreign editor for McClatchy newspapers. He has been a foreign affairs journalist in Washington and overseas for four decades and has spent more than twenty years at Newsday, twelve at Reuters and briefer stints at Newsweek and UPI 2. PATRICIA DeGennaro Patricia DeGennaro (New York, NY) is a professor, writer, analyst and consultant. DeGennaro’s extensive experience in international relations and economic development makes her a sought-after source on US foreign policy and national security topics. Within the last year, she has spent time working in Afghanistan on provincial governance, capacity building, parliamentary reform and public policy development in the Office of the President of Afghanistan. Currently, DeGennaro serves as a Senior Fellow at the World Policy Institute, Senior Research Fellow for the Center for the Study of Democracy at Queens University in Canada and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at New York University’s Center for Global Affairs. DeGennaro also guest lecturers at several universities including the US Military Academy at West Point. She holds an MPA in International Security and Conflict Our spotlight. Laurence Leamer. Author. Madness Under The Royal Palms.Early on in my life I decided that I wanted to experience as many kinds of lives as I could, and my years in Palm Beach and Madness Under the Royal Palms is another step in my journey. I went to Antioch College which had a work-study plan. I worked in several places including the What Cheer, Iowa Patriot-Chronicle, a factory in France, and educational television in Boston. After graduating, I joined the Peace Corps and was one of the earliest volunteers to Nepal where I had a remote placement two days walk from a road.

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