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Layna Mosley, Niehaus Center Executive Committee Member, to Serve as Co-Editor-in-Chief of International Organization
Jan. 24, 2022

By B. Rose Huber, Princeton School of Public and International Affairs

Professor of Politics and International Affairs and…

Sophie Meunier and Zenobia Chan publish article in The Review of Organizations
Oct. 4, 2021

Sophie Meunier’s and co-author Zenobia T. Chan’s recently published the article “

Debt Crises: Politics Determine How Developing Countries Borrow
Aug. 9, 2021

By B. Rose Huber

Interest payments on bilateral official debt were frozen in some of the world’s poorest…

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