Paula Newberg

Georgetown University

Guest

Director of the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy at Georgetown University; international consultant and author of Judging the State: Courts and Constitutional Politics in Pakistan and Double Betrayal: Repression and Insurgency in Kashmir; former special advisor to the United Nations; former Dean of Special Programs at Skidmore College

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