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Anne Elizabeth Applebaum

Anne Elizabeth Applebaum is an American journalist and historian who is also a citizen of Poland. She's a visiting Professor of Practice at the London School of Economics and has been an editor at The Economist and The Spectator. Applebaum is a member of the editorial board of The Washington Post, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the board of the National Endowment for Democracy.
Recent episodes featuring Anne Elizabeth Applebaum
09. Is democracy in Europe delivering? (w/ Anne Applebaum)
As the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall nears, questions of democracy’s current state in Central and Eastern Europe are particularly prevalent. Is democracy in a crisis? Or is it still on an encouraging pattern? This week, NDI President Derek Mitchell sits down with Pulitzer-prize winning journalist, analyst, professor, and historian, Anne Applebaum to discuss the current state of democracy in Europe, and how that affects the rest of the world. Listen as they face the current challenges to democracy, while assessing its continued resilience.
Climate Change is Solvable
Anne Applebaum talks to Anousheh Ansari about balancing the carbon cycle and fighting climate change through incentivized prizes and innovation.
Educational Inequity is Solvable
Anne Applebaum talks to Dr. Urvashi Sahni--a social entrepreneur, women rights activist and educationist--about redefining education and curricula.
Electricity for the Developing World is Solvable
Anne Applebaum talks with Ashvin Dayal about creating worldwide access to electricity. 
Cervical Cancer is Solvable
Anne Applebaum talks to Vincent DeGennaro about building cancer programs in developing countries.
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Stats
Birthdate
Jul 25th, 1964
Location
Warsaw, Poland
Episode Count
46
Podcast Count
22
Total Airtime
16 hours, 47 minutes