Thursday, 20 December 2007

Today's letters in the International Herald Tribune

Violent religion?; Anita Inder Singh, London (Nationality: Swedish)
Bio: Anita Inder Singh, D. Phil., University of Oxford, is (or was) Fellow in the Department of International Relations at the London School of Economics and Political Science. She is a Swedish citizen. She is also is (or was) Ford Foundation Fellow at the Centre for the Study of Law and Governance, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. She is a writer on international affairs and has published, among others, Democracy, Ethnic Diversity and Security in Post-communist Europe.
Previous letters: ? (sent from New Delhi, November 1, 2005
IHT Blogs: Managing Globalization Blog, Q&A with Jeffrey Sachs

Russia and the West; Michael Averko Malverne Park, New York (Nationality: French?)
Bio: ?
Previous letters:
Letter to NYT, January 20, 1995
Letter to WSJ, February 9, 2005

Dealing with dictators; Bernard Henry, Suresnes, France
Bio: Not clear - some suggestion he may be a teacher and FN supporter, but this is entirely supposition based on Google searching.

Which Clinton is running? Robert F. Illing, Porto, Portugal (Nationality: American?)
Bio: Academic? Associated with Instituto Portugues de Heraldica; Alumni of Berkley Class of '55?; Friend of the Bancroft Library?
Previous letters:
Letter to NYT, June 8, 1985

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