Inviting revolutionaries is good for good government
Articles By: Caitria O'Neill
Caitria O'Neill is a Staff Writer for the Harvard Political Review. From narrow alleys in Belgrade, to the Parisian banlieue, to the Moroccan souk, she has been criss-crossing the globe for several years in search of relevant stories. She spent time working at the US Embassy in Slovakia, as an adventure backpacking guide in Norway, and four years as an intern for the Harvard Law Review.
At Harvard, Caitria studies government, Russian, French and Spanish. She is currently involved in a research projects involving human rights organizations in V4 countries, and relationships between supranational organizations. She blogs primarily for the world section and writes for the print edition.
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