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What keeps you up at night?

What goes on in the heads of leaders faced with the world's major challenges? What keeps them up at night? How do they fall asleep when there is so much at stake? 

The Paris School of International Affairs and the Journalism School have joined forces to produce this unique podcast, reflecting on the balance between a leader's responsibilities and daily life, on the dilemmas they face when exercising power. By listening to their voices, students will be inspired now and in the future.

The interviews with leaders and decision-makers are conducted by students on the Master in Journalism and International Affairs. 

The first episodes feature:

  • Rebeca Grynspan, UNCTAD Secretary-General
  • Omar Alshogre, Syrian human rights defender
  • Mia Mottley, Prime Minister of Barbados
  • Arancha González, Dean of PSIA, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Spain
  • Souleymane Bachir Diagne, Senegalese philosopher and Professor of French at Columbia University
  • Anne Poiret, French journalist, laureate of the Albert Londres prize
  • Maria Ressa, journalist, Nobel Peace Prize laureate

What keeps you up at night? is available on all major platforms. Listen in!

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