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Appendix: Interviews for Righting Trade, 2005–2007

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 July 2009

Susan Ariel Aaronson
Affiliation:
Elliott School of International Affairs, Washington DC and Business School, George Washington University, Washington DC
Jamie M. Zimmerman
Affiliation:
New America Foundation
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South Africa

  1. J. Daniel O'Flaherty, Executive Director; Matthew Michael Mullen, Project Director and Michael Lake, Deputy Director; United States South Africa Business Council, June 14th, 2005

  2. Ted Craig, Senior South Africa Desk Officer, Department of State, Wednesday, June 22nd, 2005

  3. Hema Odhav, Third Secretary for Public Diplomacy and Andre Groenewald, First Secretary Economic Affairs, South African Embassy, July 8th 2005

  4. Michael Canham, First Secretary for Political Affairs Office, South African Embassy, July 13th 2005

  5. Tony Carroll, Managing Director (and trade lawyer with expertise in South Africa) Manchester Trade Ltd, July 7th, 2005

  6. Bill Jackson and Patrick Coleman, Directors for African Affairs, Office of the United States Trade Representative, July 7th, 2005

  7. Bill Fletcher, President, The Trans-Africa Forum, June 27th, 2005

  8. Whitney W. Schneidman, President, Schneidman and Associates International

  9. Herbert Ross, Director of the NEPAD and Governance Program, and Nkululeko Khumalo, Senior Researcher, Development Through Trade Project, South Africa Institute for International Affairs (SAIIA), July 20th, 2005

  10. Paul Graham, Executive Director, Institute for Democracy Alternatives in South Africa (IDASA), July 20th, 2005

  11. Garth le Pere, Executive Director, Christi van der Westhuizen, Senior Researcher, Michelle Pressend, Senior Researcher for the Mulitlateral Programme, Institute for Global Dialogue, July 21st, 2005

  12. Alan Tousignant, First Secretary Economic Affairs, U.S. Embassy in South Africa, July 21st, 2005

  13. Roger D. Crawford, Executive Director, Government Affairs and Policy, Johnson and Johnson, July 25th, 2005

  14. Peter Leon, Partner; Danie Smit, Candidate Attorney; Kevin Williams, Associate, Weber, Wentzel and Bowens, July 25th, 2005

  15. […]

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Trade Imbalance
The Struggle to Weigh Human Rights Concerns in Trade Policymaking
, pp. 209 - 216
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2007

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