The Wilson Quarterly Launches New Advisory Council
Illustrious body to inform Center’s award-winning digital journal
WASHINGTON – The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is pleased to announce the launch of TheWilson Quarterly Advisory Council, a group of preeminent reporters and scholars whose expertise will inform the Center’s award-winning digital journal.
Composed of the Center’s senior vice president and six current or former journalists affiliated with the Center, the Advisory Council will convene several times annually to brainstorm and consider ideas for future issues; share feedback and suggestions; and reflect on the overall direction of the publication.
Wilson Center Director, President, and CEO Jane Harman said:
“For decades, The Wilson Quarterly has distinguished us from other think tanks by showcasing our depth of knowledge and research with narrative writing and reporting of the highest caliber. The Advisory Council brings additional credibility and expertise to this gem of a publication.”
Members of the Advisory Council:
Robert Litwak – Wilson Center senior vice president and former director for nonproliferation on the National Security Council
Helene Cooper – Pentagon correspondent at The New York Times and former Wilson Center public policy fellow
Christian Davenport – defense and space industries reporter at The Washington Post and former Wilson Center public policy fellow
Jill Dougherty – former correspondent and editor at CNN and Wilson Center global fellow
Jean H. Lee – former Pyongyang bureau chief at the Associated Press and Wilson Center global fellow
Paulo Sotero – director of the Wilson Center’s Brazil Institute and former correspondent for leading Brazilian publications
Maxim Trudolyubov – editor-at-large at the Russian daily Vedomosti and Wilson Center global fellow
The Wilson Quarterly’s latest issue, Into the Arctic, includes eight compelling articles by leading experts and voices on the region; a stunning video and interactive project on the languages and cultures of the Arctic; and an array of eye-catching photography. The issue won a 2017 EPPY Award in the category of best digital magazine with under 1 million monthly visitors.
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Notes to editors:
1. The Wilson Center provides a strictly nonpartisan space for the worlds of policymaking and scholarship to interact. By conducting relevant and timely research and promoting dialogue from all perspectives, it works to address the critical current and emerging challenges confronting the United States and the world.
2. The Wilson Quarterly, one of the nation’s premier journals since 1976, offers fresh takes, on-the-ground reporting, and thought-provoking perspectives through carefully curated articles and multimedia pieces. Each issue takes a deep dive into a single topic or theme shaping our reality. The publication became digital-only in 2012 and is free. The views expressed are not necessarily those of the Wilson Center.