Pierrepont Johnson III

Pierrepont Johnson is a New York City based freelance journalist. He is the Vice President of Business Development for an international education firm, 4Schoolers. He holds a dual masters from Fordham University: MA in International Political Economy and Development, and MA in Economics. As a recipient of a grant from Fordham, he studied emerging markets at the University of Pretoria in South Africa. During his graduate studies, he also received a scholarship to study French language and culture in Lyon, France. As an undergraduate, he lived and studied in Florence, Italy. Pierrepont graduated from Rollins College with a BA in International Relations. As an avocation, he is a DJ who specializes in Latin and international music.

Four Reforms to Save the Lebanese Economy

The 2020 explosion only added to the problems faced by the Lebanese economy, cc Mehrnews, modified, photographer: mehdi shojaeian, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Damages_after_2020_Beirut_explosions_5.jpg

These four reforms could help overcome the dysfunction of recent years and put the Lebanese economy back on a path toward rejuvenation.

Afghanistan’s Three Trillion Dollar Question

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Investing in Afghanistan’s mineral wealth wouldn’t cure everything that ails the long-suffering country. But it would certainly be a good start.

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