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Ralitsa Vassileva

Ralitsa Vassileva

Ralitsa Vassileva is an internationally recognized News anchor, experienced in handling Breaking News, a content Writer in the newsroom and a Correspondent in the field. As a young journalist she helped shape the post-Communist approach to news and helped build CNN International, the world's first 24 hour news network. While at CNN she helped shine the light on the world's darkest hours, handling the world's most explosive stories since the end of the Cold War, and conducted a variety of interviews from terrorism victims, to world leaders, including former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erakat, Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev, former U.S Secretaries of State, Henry Kissinger and Madeleine Albright, former Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo, Nobel Peace Prize winners Mohamad Yunus, Jody Williams and former IAEA Chief Mohammed ElBaradei, as well medical and technology experts and business entrepreneurs, including Richard Branson and Ted Turner. Ms. Vassileva holds a Master’s degree in International Relations from GSY and a Master’s Degree in English Language and Literature from “Kliment Ohridksi” University in Sofia, Bulgaria.

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No Goals Left Behind: The Global Opportunity Report 2018 launches with a call to action

No Goals Left Behind: The Global Opportunity Report 2018 launches with a call to action

Cricket chips anyone? Yum! Chirps Chips is making money while meeting a growing protein demand with less impact on the environment. Insect food is one of many innovative products featured in the Global Opportunity Report 2018, unveiled on February 1s ...

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Taking the sustainable road less travelled

Taking the sustainable road less travelled

What happens when you put together a motley crew to talk about building a sustainable future for our planet? It starts with excitement, sparks fly and ends with a call for open minds. From U.S environmental activists who want fossil fuels out n ...

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