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Lauren Bohn

Multimedia journalist based in Istanbul, columnist for Foreign Policy Magazine

Lauren Bohn is a multimedia journalist based in Istanbul and a columnist for Foreign Policy Magazine. She's the co-founder of Foreign Policy Interrupted, an initiative dedicated to amplifying female voices in foreign policy. She's the founding assistant editor of the Cairo Review of Global Affairs in Egypt, where she was a Fulbright fellow and Pulitzer Center grantee. Bohn has reported from Egypt, Iraq, Syria, Tunisia, Bahrain, Gaza, Israel, Lebanon, Jordan, Malawi, Zambia, and Nigeria for the New York Times, CNN, NBC News, TIME, the Wall Street Journal, Businessweek, the Atlantic, Bon Appetit, Marie Claire, and others. She reported from Nigeria as part of The GroundTruth Project's Special Report on global youth unemployment, "Generation TBD."

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