Kavitha Surana

Kavitha Surana is an editorial fellow at Foreign Policy, where she produces breaking news and original reports with a particular focus on Europe and the Mediterranean. Previously, Kavitha worked at New York magazine’s Bedford + Bowery blog, CNNMoney, The Associated Press in Italy, and Fareed Zakaria GPS and has freelanced from Italy and Germany for publications like Quartz, Al Jazeera America, OZY, and GlobalPost/PRI. Much of her recent reporting has focused on migration policy, refugee issues, and European populism. In 2015, she was awarded a Fulbright trip to Germany, as well as a grant from the Heinrich Böll Foundation to report on migration and integration. She also reported from Senegal with a grant from the Bureau for International Reporting in 2014. Kavitha studied European history at Columbia University and holds a master’s degree in journalism and European studies from New York University. She has studied in Italy and Peru and speaks Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and French.

The Cable

Final Selection Process for Border Wall Kicks Off

With no clear funding plan in place, Customs and Border Patrol will start reviewing prototypes of President’s Trump’s “big, beautiful wall.”

The Cable

The Other Dispute on the U.S.-Mexico Border

In 1848 the United States invaded and forced Mexico to cede almost half its territory. Now some Mexicans want their land back.

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Russia Nixes Former White House Aide for Top U.N. Job in Libya

The Trump administration’s torpedoing of a former Palestinian prime minister as U.N. envoy to Libya may have boomeranged on the White House.

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