• About Tino Calabia

    Tino Calabia began his humanitarian work as a Peace Corps volunteer in the 1960s and then ran a Bronx antipoverty agency and wrote numerous federal studies ranging from the rights of female offenders to racial discrimination on college campuses. He has served on national Asian American boards and organized seminars in former Eastern-bloc countries for exchange students he mentored while they lived in the United States.Calabia has an undergraduate degree from Georgetown, attended the University of Munich on a foreign-exchange fellowship and has a master's degree in English and American literature from Columbia University. He lives in the Washington area with his wife, Dawn Calabia.

    Isn’t It Time for the US to Ratify the UN Treaty on Disabilities?

    by  • December 18, 2013 • WORLDVIEWS • 

    Students

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    Two Resources for Job Seekers in Foreign Affairs

    by  • May 30, 2013 • UN Employment • 2 Comments

    Peace Corps in Morocco

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    Try a More Balanced Approach to Iran, Report Advises

    by  • April 18, 2013 • Asia, Peace and Security • 

    Isfahan market in Iran

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    Mourning a Diplomat Who Had the Right Stuff

    by  • October 22, 2012 • WORLDVIEWS • 1 Comment

    Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens of Libya

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    Aung San Suu Kyi, of Burma, Making No ‘Easy Promises’

    by  • September 24, 2012 • Asia, Human Rights, WORLDVIEWS • 2 Comments

    Aung San Suu Kyi at the United Nations, Sept. 21, 2012

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