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March 10, 2005

Suzanne Nossel
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Nossel Suzanne Nossel is a Senior Fellow at the Security and Peace Institute. She served as Deputy to the Ambassador for UN Management and Reform at the US Mission to the United Nations from 1999 – 2001 under Ambassador Richard C. Holbrooke. There she represented the U.S. in the UN’s General Assembly negotiating a deal to settle the U.S.’s arrears to the world body. Prior to that Suzanne served as a Consultant at McKinsey & Company and as a staff attorney at Children’s Rights Inc. During the early 1990s Suzanne worked in Johannesburg, South Africa on the implementation of South Africa’s National Peace Accord, a multi-party agreement aimed at curbing political violence during that country’s transition to democracy. Ms. Nossel has done election monitoring and human rights documentation in Bosnia and Kosovo. She is also the author of Presumed Equal: What America’s Top Women Lawyers Really Think About Their Firms (Career Press, 1998). She writes frequently on foreign policy topics, and a list of her articles appears below. Ms. Nossel is currently an executive in New York City, where she lives with her husband David Greenberg and her son Leo.

Recent Articles:

Taking Back Freedom
Center for American Progress, February 8, 2005

Smart Power (PDF)
Foreign Affairs, March/April 2004

How America Can Get its Groove Back
Dissent, Fall 2004

Democracy Confronts the Superpower
Dissent, Summer 2003

Retail Diplomacy: The Edifying Story of UN Dues Reform (PDF)
The National Interest, December 1, 2001

Winning the Post-War
Legal Affairs, May/June 2003

Battle Hymn of the Democrats
Fletcher Forum of World Affairs, Winter/Spring 2003

State of the Union: Win Friends, Influence Nations
Christian Science Monitor, January 23, 2003

Spain’s Wake-Up Call to the US
Christian Science Monitor, March 17, 2004

A Trustee for Crippled States
Washington Post, August 25, 2003

The Mayor of Iraq
New York Times, May 14, 2003

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