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Roberta Jacobson ’82  is an American diplomat who is currently the U.S. Ambassador to Mexico. She previously served as the Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs from March 2012, to May 2016, in which she led a U.S. delega...

BPR Interviews: Roberta Jacobson

Roberta Jacobson ’82  is an American diplomat who is currently the U.S. Ambassador to Mexico. She previously served as the Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs from March 2012, to May 2016, in which she led a U.S. delega...

Victor Fowler is a renowned Cuban writer of the Revolutionary Era. He has remained in Cuba and has published numerous essays and poetry collections, often focusing on the body, race, and sexuality. BPR: What is the significance of being born in the p...

BPR Interviews: Victor Fowler

Victor Fowler is a renowned Cuban writer of the Revolutionary Era. He has remained in Cuba and has published numerous essays and poetry collections, often focusing on the body, race, and sexuality. BPR: What is the significance of being born in the p...

Dr. Peter Gleick is the President and co-founder of the Pacific Institute, which seeks solutions to the world’s water challenges. Dr. Gleick is a MacArthur Genius Fellow and was named “a visionary on the environment” by the BBC. He is the...

BPR Interviews: Peter Gleick

Dr. Peter Gleick is the President and co-founder of the Pacific Institute, which seeks solutions to the world’s water challenges. Dr. Gleick is a MacArthur Genius Fellow and was named “a visionary on the environment” by the BBC. He is the...

Rachel Lloyd is the founder and CEO of Girls Educational and Mentoring Services, an organization that works with survivors of commercial sexual exploitation and domestic trafficking.  Brown Political Review: What do you think are the motivations and...

BPR Interviews: Rachel Lloyd

Rachel Lloyd is the founder and CEO of Girls Educational and Mentoring Services, an organization that works with survivors of commercial sexual exploitation and domestic trafficking.  Brown Political Review: What do you think are the motivations and...

Mauricio Santoro is a human rights advisor for Amnesty International in Brazil. He is also a political science professor at Cândido Mendes University. Brown Political Review: More than 19,000 families were reportedly removed from their homes in Rio ...

BPR Interviews: Mauricio Santoro

Mauricio Santoro is a human rights advisor for Amnesty International in Brazil. He is also a political science professor at Cândido Mendes University. Brown Political Review: More than 19,000 families were reportedly removed from their homes in Rio ...