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Climate change Portraits: John Edwin Mroz

11-24-2011 14:00 BJT

John Edwin Mroz is President and Chief Executive Officer of the EastWest Institute. From its roots as a European-American initiative to bridge the divisions between Europe and Eurasia, John built EWI into one of the world’s pre-eminent non-governmental change-agent institutions.

He has served as an advisor to more than 20 governments including the United States, Germany, Poland and the Russian Federation as well as the Commission of the European Union, NATO, the Council of Europe and the G-8. He has received numerous international awards including Germany's highest award to a non-citizen in recognition of the role he and EWI played in facilitating German reunification.

John Edwin Mroz

Editor:Zhang Hao |Source: CNTV.CN

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