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Prof. Braveboy-Wagner's nine books (two edited) include most recently, Institutions of the Global South (Routledge, 2009), Small States in Global Affairs: The Foreign Policies of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) (Palgrave-Macmillan 2007), The Foreign Policies of the Global South: Rethinking Conceptual Frameworks (Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2003), and Caribbean Public Policy: Regional, Cultural and Socioeconomic Issues for the 21st Century (Westview, 1997). (See website book link for other publications.) Prof. Braveboy-Wagner was the first Caribbean-born female president of the Caribbean Studies Association (1992-3), the main association for scholars interested in the Caribbean region. For many years, she has also served as the United Nations-NGO representative of the International Studies Association. She was a fellow and assistant to the director of training at UNITAR, a visiting professor at Tokyo Metropolitan University, and director of the graduate program in international relations at the City College from January 1999-2002. She has published numerous articles and analytical pieces in books and journals and has presented about 100 papers at national and international conferences and workshops. She has served as a consultant on United Nations/Caricom, United States, Caribbean, and Latin American government/intergovernmental projects, and has participated in the activities of various Washington think tanks. Since 2006, she has been heading a high-level foreign policy commission related to her Caribbean area of expertise.