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Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief, The Lancet Adel Mahmoud, Princeton University Robert Marten, Rockefeller Foundation Jeffrey L. Sturchio, Rabin Martin
Cashin teaches constitutional law and race and American law, among other subjects. She writes about race relations and inequality in America. Her new book, “Place, Not Race,” argues that affirmative action as currently practiced does little to help disadvantaged people and offers a new framework for true inclusion.
We asked recent Woodrow Wilson School graduate alumni about their time at Princeton and what they are doing now.
The book, written by physicists and experts on nuclear security at the Wilson School’s Program on Science and Global Security – Harold Feiveson, Alexander Glaser, Zia Mian and Frank von Hippel – proposes a new approach to achieving nuclear disarmament, stopping nuclear proliferation and preventing nuclear terrorism.
Dr. AlAttiyah received a bachelor's degree in air science from King Faisal Air Academy in 1987 and a law degree from Beirut Arab University in 1993. He holds a master's degree in public law and a Ph.D. in law both of which he received from Cairo University. Dr.