About Me

Kevin Lees

kevinlees2013Suffragio founder, editor and chief political analyst Kevin Lees is a journalist and attorney in Washington. He has written for in The AtlanticAmericas Quarterly, E!SharpEurActiv,  EUObserverDeutsche WelleHuffington Post, McClatchy NewspapersThe National InterestThe New Republic and Reuters.

He has also discussed world politics on the Fusion television network, on SiriusXM radio, and he has participated on a panel discussion at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

A graduate of Duke University and New York University Law School, he also studied law and European integration at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy.

Recent travel has taken him to Rome, Malta, Napoli, Trinidad and Tobago, Kentucky, Miami, Shanghai, Beijing, Qinghai province, the Mississippi Delta, Alaska, Oaxaca, Toronto, Ethiopia, Arizona, Colorado, Caracas, Normandy, Brittany, the Loire Valley, Paris, Chicago, Boston, El Paso/Juarez, Honduras, Israel/Palestine, Ottawa, Montréal, Nairobi, Kampala, Lamu, Newfoundland,  St. Pierre and Miquelon, Japan, Norway and Copenhagen.

Suffragio won Honorable Mention as runner-up for 2013′s Most Promising New Blog in the Online Achievement in International Studies awards. It has been nominated for 2014′s Best Blog category in the OAIS awards.

Contact: klees81 [at] gmail [dot] com

3 thoughts on “About Me”

  1. Hello,

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  2. Interesting site… would like to browse the Twitter feed, but getting some kind of strange error: “You’re unable to view this Tweet because this account owner limits who can view their Tweets.” –If that is really the case, I don’t understand what is the purpose of publishing the links here.

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