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L’avocat américain Daniel Levin retrace son expérience dans les relations internationales

L’avocat américain Daniel Levin retrace son expérience dans les relations internationales
Swiss Public Radio, 12 April 2018

“L’avocat et consultant new-yorkais Daniel Levin publie “Nothing But a Circus: Misadventures Among the Powerful” (Penguin), une autobiographie dans laquelle il retrace son expérience dans le domaine des relations internationales et de l’aide au développement.”

Daniel Levin with Daniel Kahneman: Misadventures among the Powerful

Daniel Levin with Daniel Kahneman: Misadventures among the Powerful

92Y, January 18, 2018

“Nobel prize-winning cognitive psychologist Daniel Kahneman speaks with author Daniel Levin (Nothing But a Circus: Misadventures Among the Powerful) about his observations of those closest to the top and their contortions to maintain the illusion of integrity, decency and public service.”

Como combater a corrupção? Daniel Levin responde as perguntas do Driss Ghali

Como combater a corrupção? Daniel Levin responde as perguntas do Driss Ghali

“O Daniel Levin, especialista da Africa e dos assuntos de desenvolvimento, concedeu uma entrevista captivante ao nosso canal. Nela nos leva da operação Lava Jato aos bastidores da corrupção politica nos paises emergentes. Um passeio historico e sociologico pela America Latina,China, Dubai e Oriente Medio. Fascinante!”

Development, Diplomacy and Dummies: An interview with Daniel Levin, author of “Nothing But A Circus”

Development, Diplomacy and Dummies: An interview with Daniel Levin, author of “Nothing But A Circus”
The ISIS, Oxford University

“When you read a non fiction book featuring a long line of dubious characters, hilariously ignorant and incompetent, yet holding vital positions of power all the same–quite like the characters in a political satire like HBO’s VEEP–you know that the man behind it all would make for a fascinating interview. An intellectual, a negotiator, and now, an author–Daniel Levin is indeed a multifaceted man with much more to tell than his writing reveals.”