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Marina Ottaway
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Marina S. Ottaway teaches and researches at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington, D.C. Her research interests include the politics of development, with particular reference to Africa, the Balkans, and the Middle East.[1]
Before she joined the Wilson Center, she spent 14 years at the Carnegie Endowment, where she helped start up the Middle East Program. She has also taught at Georgetown University, the Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies, the American University in Cairo, and three other universities, all in Africa.
Ottaway has a doctorate from Columbia University.
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^ Woodrow Wilson Center biography
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