Taylor Dibbert

Taylor Dibbert is a writer, consultant and policy analyst based in Washington, D.C. Previously, he worked for prominent human rights organizations in Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe. From 2006 to 2008, he served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Guatemala. Dibbert is the author of 'Fiesta of Sunset: The Peace Corps, Guatemala and a Search for Truth.' He holds a Master of International Affairs degree from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) and a bachelor’s in political science from the University of Georgia. Follow him on Twitter @taylordibbert.

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Nebaj Notes: Revisiting Peace Corps Guatemala

  • A Former President Dismisses Accountability in Sri Lanka

  • Richard Haass On Books And Writing

  • Sri Lanka’s UN Fiasco

  • A Tamil Diaspora Perspective on Sri Lanka

  • Gideon Rachman on Books and Writing

  • Book Review: ‘Ghosts of Havana’

  • Examining Sri Lanka’s Current Political Situation

  • Todd Moss on Books and Writing

  • Anja Manuel on Books and Writing

  • Derek Chollet on Books and Writing

  • Real Patriots Don’t Vote Trump

  • Why More Americans Should Study Abroad

  • Obama’s So-Called Doctrine

  • No Patriot Belongs on the Sidelines

  • Donald Trump’s Un-American Campaign Rolls On

  • Peace Corps Reflections: Ten Years On

  • ‘Superpower’: The Future of U.S. Foreign Policy

  • Book Review: ‘A Long Way Home’

  • Sri Lanka’s Presidential Election: Four Things to Watch

  • Kaleidoscope of Desire: Reflections on Sri Lanka

  • Sri Lanka Propaganda finds a home in Washington

  • Washington Dysfunction: Everybody Will Leave the Budget Debate Blemished

  • Zimbabwe’s Relentless Dictatorship

  • Obama’s Second Term Falls Flat

  • The Economics of Policy Schools and Fundraising

  • Enrique Pena Nieto and Mexico’s Drug War Opening

  • The GOP: Retrograde or Reformist?

  • A Look to the U.S. Presidential Debates

  • Some Thoughts on a Frustrating Presidential Race

  • Reflections on the Republican National Convention and the Week to Come

  • A Fresh Dose of Pragmatism in Mexican Politics

  • Obama and Immigration

  • Latin America’s Shift on Drug Policy

  • The Peace Corps, Drugs and U.S. Foreign Policy

  • Contemplating a Paul Third Party Run

  • Amnesty and Guatemala’s Civil War

  • The Peace Corps and Violence in Central America

  • Post-Zapatero Spain: Obstacles and Opportunities

  • Democratic Speed Bumps in Latin America