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Business, Communication, Development, Ethics, Gender, Migration
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Julia Kennedy's Blog

Coast Guard Faces Complex Global Challenges

Posted on May 30, 2012 at 5:30pm 1 Comment

For me, the United States Coast Guard has always evoked images of heroic rescues, ships caught in Nor'easters, and training sessions on fishing safety—vital acts imparting a straightforward impression.

A discussion aboard the USCGC Seneca with Commander Chuck Fosse, Lt. Commander Camilla Bosanquet, and the Carnegie New Leaders complicated matters. We discussed…

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What does accountability mean to you?

Posted on November 7, 2011 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

There was plenty of finger pointing last Tuesday morning as WNYC's talk show host Brian Lehrer led a spirited discussion with a live audience on the subject of "

Occupy New York." The most contentious topics were accountability for U.S. income disparity, and the causes of our financial crisis. Former New York governor Eliot Spitzer accused the Federal Reserve… Continue

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