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Mapping Toilets in a Mumbai Slum Yields Unexpected Results
The New York Times  July 22, 2011
Interview: A Business-Like Approach to Foreign Aid
Foreign Policy  May 3, 2011
India reports cases of totally drug-resistant tuberculosis
The Lancet  January 21, 2012
Grassroots project shines hope on Nairobi slum life
The Lancet  January 14, 2012
2011
The Famine Next Time
The New York Times  November 26, 2011
Humanitarian Response Inadequate in Horn of Africa Crisis
The Lancet  August 13, 2011
Escaping from Somalia's Famine into a Perilous Refuge
Time  August 3, 2011
Global food crisis takes heavy toll on east Africa
The Lancet  July 2, 2011
Fighting Child Malnutrition In Africa Through The Use Of Micronutrient Supplements
Health Affairs  June 2011
2010
Ethiopia struggles to make its voice heard
The Lancet  September 11, 2010
Ethiopia struggles to make its voice heard
The Lancet  September 11, 2010
A Perilous Journey: The mortal danger of poverty
The Economist  June 24, 2010
Tackling Tuberculosis in Southern Mexico
The Lancet  May 22, 2010
2009
Afghanistan's hidden health issue
The Lancet  October 31, 2009
Malnutrition in Guatemala: A national shame
The Economist  August 27, 2009
2008
Staff writer at Politico
Politico  2008
2007
Should the World Food Program Focus on Development?
The Lancet  June 30, 2007
The Science and Culture of Sleeping and Dreaming
The Lancet  May 26, 2007
Anti-Americanism: Between Fear and Desire
Congressional Quarterly Global Researcher  March 2007
2006
German police told to target Scientologists
The Observer  October 1, 2006
Second-class citizens: Germany's immigrant children have the worst education record in the developed world
The Guardian  September 5, 2006
Storm grows over Grass's belated SS confessions
The Guardian  August 16, 2006
Starving Season: Niger
Salon  June 13, 2006
A tap on the wrist: Lobby Reform
The Economist  May 20, 2006
Niger's Hunger: On the edge of famine
The Washington Post  May 16, 2006
Millions in Niger facing food shortages once again
The Lancet  May 6, 2006
Niger welcomes largest bednet distribution in history

The Lancet  May 6, 2006

Too little, too late as poverty deepens
The Irish Times  May 2, 2006
Closed archive leads to Holocaust denial claim
The Guardian  February 21, 2006
Watering down of EU regulations on chemicals proves power of lobbyists
The Irish Times  January 16, 2006

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2005
Why Did Helping Niger Take So Long?
The Lancet  September 24, 2005
Louisiana looks back on a week of disaster
The Lancet  September 10, 2005
South California Residents Hit Back At BP Over Pollution
The Lancet  August 13, 2005
LETTER FROM LONDON: Britannia Stays Cool
The American Prospect  Posted: July 18, 2005
La Iglesia católica pierde influencia social en España
El Pais/The New York Times  14 de Julio, 2005
As Spaniards Lose Their Religion, Church Leaders Struggle to Hold On
The New York Times
  June 26, 2005
Spain leads country through uncharted secular territory
Miami Herald
  June 12, 2005
Rioja And Then Some
Forbes
  June 6, 2005
Christian Rock for Muslims
The New York Times
  May 10, 2005
Displacement is permanent for the Sahrawi refugees.
The Lancet  April 9, 2005
Boogie Desert Nights
Newsweek International
  April 4, 2005
Santander's Trial
Forbes  March 14, 2005
Spain’s Dark Past, Bright Future
The Advocate
  March 2005
Tackling the causes of ill health in Rio's slums
The Lancet  March 12, 2005
A tale of two cities
e!sharp
  March-April 2005
And the winner of the camel is... A happening in the Sahara is an oasis of cinematic possibilities
The Times
  March 20, 2005
That Other Forum
The American Prospect
  March 5, 2005
Domestic violence in Spain
The Lancet  February 5, 2005
Global counterforum draws over 100,000 social activists
Chicago Tribune
  January 29, 2005
Liberals discuss social policy
The Miami Herald
  January 29, 2005
Alternative world forum pushes for U.N. development goals
The San Francisco Chronicle
  January 29, 2005
Dispatches From the Anti-Davos, Day 4: Changing the World One Cause at a Time
Slate  January 31, 2005
Dispatches From the Anti-Davos, Day 3: Yes, We Can All Get Along
Slate  January 28, 2005
Dispatches From the Anti-Davos, Day 2: The Process is the Point
Slate  Jan. 27, 2005
Dispatches From the Anti-Davos, Day 1: Can 100,000 Lefties Get Along?
Slate January 26, 2005
Where energy and mushy thinking collide
The Irish Times  January 31, 2005
Brazil's bauxite industry is being challenged
The Irish Times  January 28, 2005
The Spanish Influence
Art & Auction  January 2005
 
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2004
Strong Points at a Telecom May Also Be a Weakness
The New York Times
  December 28, 2004
Celebrating Three Centuries Of Prosperity and Tolerance
The Forward
  December 17, 2004

Letter From Spain
The Nation  November 29, 2004
Gay marriage tops Socialist agenda
Newsday
  December 19, 2004
Letter From Spain
The Nation
  November 29, 2004
Trained for Terror
Time Europe  October 11, 2004
Party Favors
Mother Jones   July/August 2004
Power parties. Put on your dancing shoes—it’s time to buy some votes!
Playboy  July 2004
Spain and terrorism: A different country, a different reaction
Chicago Tribune  April 5, 2004
A Vote for Honesty
The Nation
  April 5, 2004
Terror on a train. Those who lived through the Madrid train bombings share their stories of survival—and look back in sadness and disbelief at the carnage
People  March 29, 2004
A New Day in Madrid
The Nation
  March 21, 2004
The Day I Turned Into Ariel Sharon
The Times
  March 20, 2004
Offshore Thing
The American Prospect  March 5, 2004
Old Europe’s New Ideas
Sierra Magazine  January/February 2004

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2003

U.S. Lobbying Pays Off In Europe
National Journal  November 15, 2003
Europe whittles down plans for massive chemical testing program
Science   November 7, 2003
Ga Ga for David Beckham The uber-sexy soccer god and family man is the world's #1 athlete, except in the U.S.
The San Francisco Chronicle
   October 28, 2003
A new kind of sports celebrity
Chicago Tribune
  October 7, 2003
Profits At Any Price
TomPaine  Sep 22 2003
Are Lawyers the New Regulators?
The National Journal  August 30, 2003
Business Meets Its Match
The American Prospect
  July/August, 2003
Precaution Is for Europeans
The New York Times
  Week in Review, May 18, 2003
Europe Gets Tougher On U.S. Companies
The New York Times
  Sunday Business, April 20, 2003
E.U. Starts a Chemical Reaction
Science
  April 18, 2003
Americans in Brussels. Globoregulators: European bureaucrats have been making things hot lately for American businesses and their lobbyists
Newsweek International   Special Edition: Issues 2003
9/11 conspiracy freaks: a roundup of ridiculous theories; Forum.
Playboy
  March 1, 2003
Liberation Lie
The American Prospect Online  February 19, 2003
A distant relationship
The Times  February 5, 2003
Banana Workers Get Day in Court
The New York Times  January 18, 2003

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2002

Motorola’s $2 billion turkish bath
FORTUNE
  October 14, 2002
Smoke Screen
Slate
  July 25, 2002
Demonstrators gather at Capitol to protest indictment of firm
The Baltimore Sun
  March 22, 2002
Diverse coalition set to back energy bill: Oil industry least visible among groups supporting drilling in Arctic refuge
The Baltimore Sun  March 20, 2002
Make Wells, Not War: A PR strategy for America
TomPaine.com
  February 22, 2002

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2001

A nation poisoned
The Economist
  December 22, 2001
Lobbying, Euro-Style
The National Journal
  September 8, 2001
Effort in EU to Ban TV Ads Aimed at Kids Gains Steam Marketing: Move would limit U.S. companies' ability to influence the buying habits of Europe's children.
Los Angeles Times
  July 9, 2001
Hungary's ruling party courting extreme right-wing faction Goal is to isolate Socialist opponents in 2002 election
San Francisco Chronicle  May 5, 2001
Business Eyes Tax Break On Foreign Profit Measure Could Mean Billions For Financial Services Concerns
Legal Times
  February 26, 2001

The gentle art of lobbying in China
The Economist  February 15, 2001

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2000

Screech Marks Political Gridlock May Be Bad for Some, but It's Often Good for Big Business
Legal Times
  December 18, 2000
Cheering From The Sidelines The Governor's Approach
Legal Times
  October 16, 2000
Don't Mess With 'The Lobby'
Legal Times
  October 16, 2000
Who Really Wants to Lift the Ban on Fees?Who Really Wants to Lift Ban on Fees?
Scalia's Frustration Seen as Factor For Reinstating Judges' Honoraria
Legal Times  September 18, 2000
Tobacco Lights Into WHO
Legal Times  September 14, 2000
Bank Lobby Puts Heat On Fannie Mae
Legal Times
  July 17, 2000
Columbia's Unlikely Advocate
Legal Times  June 26, 2000
Agribusiness looks for help
Daily Deal (New York, NY)
  May 22, 2000
The Bush Money Machine - George W. rakes it in with a little help on the q.t. from his and Daddy's pals.
The Nation  April 10, 2000
Big Guns Back Aid To Colombia Well-financed U.S. lobby seeks relief from drug wars
Legal Times  February 23, 2000

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1999

Stocking Up for the Next War
Legal Times
  April 5, 1999
The Politics of Medical Privacy
Legal Times
  March 22, 1999

Businesses Find Ways To Influence World Bank Projects
Legal Times  February 22, 1999

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1998

Prescription drug war looms
Legal Times  December 14, 1998
Getting it done; Citicorp, Travelers amass army of lobbyists to push merger through; With billions at stake, Citicorp and Travelers pull out the stops to get past '30sera regulations preventing their merger plan
Miami Daily Business Review  October 31, 1998
Soft money on the sly
Legal Times
  October 19, 1998
High-tech nurtures grass roots
Legal Times  September 7, 1998
Ag groups revive foreign workerprogram as critics raise specter of exploitation
Legal Times  August 10, 1998
Morocco taps cassidy to turn political tide in Western Sahara land dispute
Legal Times
  July 13, 1998
How slick pr, shrewd lobbying killed bill
Legal Times  July 6, 1998
Smoke and mirrors; Tobacco industry says it has no love for 'punitive tax-and-punish bill'; Cigarette companies claim to hate the latest tobacco bill, but critics say its liability shields have the industry applauding
Legal Times
  July 6, 1998
Called to account on derivatives
Legal Times  May 4, 1998
How a tobacco company infiltrates the youth culture, no matter what that pending settlement deal may say.
Legal Times
  March 30, 1998

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1995

International business ; western advertisers struggle to conquer the wild frontier; europe: the culture clash is an example of what marketing meets a post-communist country.
Los Angeles Times  June 15, 1995
1994
Pollution often part of package deal with eastern bloc firms; environment: western investors buying interests in stateowned companies may find themselves liable for cleanup.
Los Angeles Times  August 28, 1994, Sunday, Home Edition
1993
Small firms slow to meet disabilities act standards
Chicago Tribune
  October 31, 1993

Viewed from wheelchair, 'small' hurdles enormous
Chicago Tribune
  October 31, 1993

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