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Promoting Candid Dialogue -   News Platform "Atlantic Review" receives Mulert Award 2015

The Mulert Award on Mutual Understanding 2015 is bestowed to the blog "Atlantic Review". Covering a wide range of topics the website is confronting misunderstandings and ignorance in both Europe and the United States. Founder and editor Jörg Wolf will be presented with the award for his continued and unwavering contribution to international journalism and providing a forum for timely news updates, analyses, and discussions on pressing transatlantic issues.

Mr. Wolf, a political scientist and former Fulbright Scholar at Johns Hopkins University, explains his volunteer engagement with the necessity of critical,  and balanced perspectives on international relations. Since its launch in 2003 the Atlantic Review has published more than 1.000 articles on topics like Iraq, the war on terrorism, NATO, but also  economics and pop cultural issues related to transatlantic relations. Current issues such as human rights, freedom of speech, and privacy, have been debated by hundreds of readers and commentators, providing a basis for understanding differences and commonalities alike.

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Mulert Award winner Jörg Wolf

Joerg Wolf founded Atlantic Review in July 2003. Joerg Wolf works as project manager and Editor-in-Chief of the Atlantic Community, the open think tank on global issues, published by the Atlantic Initiative e.V. in Berlin. Joerg studied political science at the Free University of Berlin and worked as a research associate for the International Risk Policy project at the Free University's Center for Transatlantic Foreign and Security Policy. He has been a Fulbright Fellow at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and Washington DC and has worked for the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Cairo and in Berlin.

 
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