News & Interviews

Jewish Journal – Rosner’s Domain: Shmuel Rosner and Daniel Levin discuss Proof of Life: Twenty Days on the Hunt for a Missing Person in the Middle East

Jewish Journal – Rosner’s Domain: Shmuel Rosner and Daniel Levin discuss Proof of Life: Twenty Days on the Hunt for a Missing Person in the Middle East, May 7, 2021

“Shmuel Rosner and Daniel Levin discuss Levin’s new book, Proof of Life: Twenty Days on the Hunt for a Missing Person in the Middle East.
Daniel Levin has worked with think tanks on novel constitutional models and on anti corruption and political reform initiatives. Over the past ten years, he has helped monarchies as they consider ways to increase the democratic legitimization of their monarchic systems. Daniel Levin is currently a member of the board of the Liechtenstein Foundation for State Governance.”

Wareef podcast with Daniel Levin on sustainable development and his upcoming book Proof of Life

Wareef podcast with Daniel Levin on sustainable development and his upcoming book Proof of Life, March 13, 2021

“Dr. Daniel Levin has been advising governments and development agencies worldwide in the development of their financial and capital markets as well as numerous political and economic matters, including country debt restructurings, privatizations, trade negotiations, failures of financial institutions and regulatory/supervisory agencies, and conflict resolution. Dr. Levin regularly lectures at universities and conferences on topics relating to financial literacy, economic reform, capital markets development, strengthening of supervisory institutions, financial integrity and ethics, and conflicts between secular and religious legal systems. He is the recipient of several prizes and awards relating to his academic and advisory work. Dr. Levin received his legal education at the University of Zürich, Switzerland and Columbia University School of Law.”

Elster im Gespräch mit: Daniel Levin

Elster im Gespräch mit: Daniel Levin, October 11, 2018

“Daniel Levin spricht über Literatur, Diplomatie und Geiselnahmen. Daniel Levin ist Rechtsanwalt und arbeitet für die Liechtenstein Foundation for State Governance. Seine Kindheit verbrachte er als Sohn eines Diplomaten im Nahen Osten und in Afrika. Das Gymnasium besuchte er in Zürich und absolvierte sein Studium in der Schweiz und in den USA. Seit über zwanzig Jahren unterstützt er weltweit Regierungen und Institutionen in Fragen der wirtschaftlichen Entwicklung und der politischen Reformen.”