John Price

John Price was born Hans Joachim Praiss on August 18, 1933 in Spandau, Germany. At the age of five in April 1939, his family fled Nazi Germany, eventually settling in New York City in the fall of 1940. Price first visited Salt Lake City as a geology student in 1954. He quickly realized Utah was where he wanted to be. Two years later, in June of 1956, he graduated from the University of Utah with a degree in geological engineering.

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Author Archive | John Price

Obama must stay Committed to Africa

07.15.13
  • Eric Bridiers

    Obama’s Miscues in Egypt

    07.10.13
  • Pete Souza

    Obama’s Missed Opportunity in Africa

    07.03.13
  • Mali Elections need Transparency

    07.01.13
  • Pete Souza

    Africans Question Obama’s visit

    06.25.13
  • Djibouti

    Readying Outpost in Djibouti for ‘Rapid Response’

    06.19.13
  • Tanya Bindra/European Pressphoto Agency

    Hollande’s Confidence in Mali’s Elections

    06.16.13
  • Mark Garten

    Nigeria Needs Help not a Kerry Lecture

    06.13.13
  • Nenad Marinkovic/Enough Project

    U.S. Ignores Sub-Saharan Africa

    05.29.13
  • Eric Bridiers

    Diplomacy May Still Succeed in Syria

    05.17.13
  • Lawrence Jackson

    The State Department’s Failure to Protect Diplomats

    05.14.13
  • Stories from Somaliland

    Ancient art in Somaliland in Limbo

    05.02.13
  • Washington Times

    Mali Elections may be in Trouble if France Leaves

    04.23.13
  • Tobin Jones

    Somalia’s Future Depends on Educating its Youth

    04.18.13
  • David Mutua

    Obama Renews Sanctions on Somalia

    04.11.13
  • Emilio Labrador

    Mali’s Future depends on Successful Elections

    04.05.13
  • Claude Truong-Ngoc

    Islamists have struck Timbuktu

    04.03.13
  • Yeah Samake

    Terror in Timbuktu: A Trip Through the Heart of Mali

    03.26.13
  • Mali

    Mali was a Breeding Ground for Terrorists before Current Crisis

    02.21.13
  • Google

    Osama bin Laden’s Death has done little to Undermine Al Qaeda

    02.06.13
  • Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

    A Failure of Diplomatic Security

    01.30.13
  • Collage

    The U.S. Aided Mohamed Morsi’s Rise to Power in Egypt

    01.17.13
  • Eric Bridiers

    Can John Kerry change State Department Culture?

    01.08.13
  • Hillary Clinton

    Mali is a Victim of Inconsistent U.S. Foreign Policy

    12.27.12
  • Mark Garten

    Mali, the Next Jihadist State

    12.20.12
  • via Facebook

    Fostering a New Generation of African Leaders

    12.14.12
  • ANTI

    Malian Musicians Have Been Muzzled

    12.06.12
  • Google

    Will Islamists Trump Democracy?

    11.29.12
  • via Youtube

    Mali the Epicenter for AQIM Terrorists

    11.26.12
  • Google

    The Arab Spring Didn’t Buy the West Many Friends

    11.20.12
  • Hannah McNeish/IRIN

    Africa Needs a New Approach

    11.13.12
  • Tobin Jones

    Foreign Policy for Somalia Needs a Boost

    11.08.12
  • Mali

    Foreign Policy Needs More Focus on Security

    11.02.12
  • Magharebia

    Islamists May Gain Political Control: Part Two

    10.22.12
  • Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi

    Islamists May Gain Political Control: Part One

    10.20.12
  • Hillary Clinton

    Benghazi Attack: AQIM Terrorists had their roots in Mali

    10.12.12
  • CBS News

    Benghazi Consulate Attacks: The Global War on Terror Continues

    10.03.12
  • Google

    U.S. Consulate in Benghazi: Attacked by Terrorists

    09.24.12
  • Marco Dormino

    Malian Diaspora: A Product of the Arab Spring

    09.20.12
  • Marco Dormino

    My Mission to the Republic of Mali

    09.07.12