Amanda Sloat


The First Good News of 2017 Might Come from … Cyprus?

Economics, geopolitics, and a transitioning American administration have combined to produce a potential breakthrough in one of the longest running frozen conflicts in Europe.

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About Amanda Sloat

Amanda Sloat is a fellow in the Ash Center at Harvard Kennedy School. She served as the deputy assistant secretary of state for southern Europe and eastern Mediterranean affairs in the Barack Obama administration. She also served as a senior advisor to the White House coordinator for the Middle East, North Africa, and Gulf region. Previously, she worked as senior professional staff on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, with responsibility for Europe policy. She is the author of "Scotland in Europe: A Study of Multi-Level Governance."



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