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Maggie Glanowska immigrated from Poland to the United States in 1997. While working for the Federal Reserve System, she earned her BA degree in public relations from Roosevelt University in Chicago and MA degree in political science from the San Francisco State University. Her interest in comparative politics gave Maggie a solid background to create a well-balanced master's thesis on antisemitism and economic conditions that was inspired by shocking exhibits in Auschwitz.

ARTICLES BY: Maggie Glanowska


July 7, 2011 6:48 pm
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Antisemitic Trends in Poland

In Poland, anti-Semitism is still one of the most controversial, sensitive and shameful subjects in the political, cultural and socio-economic arenas. To better understand the...

World

South Korea Becomes First Asian Country to Ratify Free Trade Deal With Isra...

The first-ever free trade agreement (FTA) between Israel and an Asian country is set to go into effect on Dec....

Israel

The Numbers Are in: What’s in Store for Israel’s Population?

JNS.org - Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics published its final demographic figures ahead of the Jewish new year. According to the report, Israel currently has 9,593,000 residents, with that number expected...

Middle East

Explosion Kills Policeman in Southern Turkey

i24 News – A police officer was killed late Monday when a bomb exploded near a residence building in Turkey's southern province of Mersin, according to the country’s Interior Minister...

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