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Oct 05 2012

Latest articles published in Foreign Policy

  1. Capital Flight
  2. How Not to Lead the World
  3. No Army for Young Men
  4. Eight Ways to Deal With Iran
  5. An Aircraft Carrier of One’s Own
  6. The Top 10 Craziest Things Ever Said During a U.N. Speech

 

[Source: Foreign Policy, 25th to 27th September 2012]

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Jan 16 2012

Latest articles published in Foreign Policy

  1. ¿El Presidente?
  2. The 20 Percent Solution
  3. The Problem Prisoners
  4. Dances with Thieves
  5. Behind Bars in the Deep State
  6. How Romney Will Attack Obama
[Source: Foreign Policy, 10th - 12th January 2012]

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Oct 19 2011

Latest articles published in Foreign Policy

  1. Twilight of the Wise Man
  2. Worst. Plot. Ever.
  3. Hold That Car
  4. The Burma Spring
  5. Haiti Doesn’t Need Your Yoga Mat
  6. Looking East
  7. Bloggingheads: State Power vs. Social Movements

  

[Source: Foreign Policy, 11th - 13th October 2011]

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Jul 26 2011

Latest articles published in Foreign Policy

  1. In Defense of Hacks
  2. The Prince of Persia
  3. Worst. Congress. Ever.
  4. Parliamentary Funk
  5. Hunger in the Horn of Africa
  6. Europe’s Economic Meltdown: How Did We Get Here?

 

[Source: Foreign Policy]

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Jun 03 2011

Latest Articles published in Foreign Policy

  1. Rediscovering Congo
  2. The Myth of 9 Billion
  3. The Age of the Manhunt
  4. Thou Shalt (Sometimes) Kill
  5. War Dog II
  6. Afghanistan’s Army: The Few, the Proud, the Unready
  7. Shock Art: Ai Weiwei Isn’t the Only Artist Making Beijing Paranoid
  8. From Gingrich to Palin: The GOP’s Foreign-Policy Punch Lines
  9. On Palestinian Unity
  10. Will Pakistan Give Downed Helicopter to China?
  11. Tom’s Pakistan Recommendations
  12. Obama and Syria: Courting Disaster
  13. Freeing Israel From Its Iran Bluff
  14. Targeted Killings and Two Worlds: The Takhar Attack
  15. The Worst Places to Be a Mother
  16. The Few, the Proud, the Unready
  17. Chinas America Obsession
  18. What Else Happened This Week?
  19. Dear China: Help Us Fix Pakistan
  20. The Ultimate Ally

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Apr 28 2011

Latest Articles published in Foreign Policy

  1. Benghazi Diary - By Ryan Calder
  2. Top 5 reasons we keep fighting all these wars - By Stephen M. Walt
  3. Iran’s Blue-Collar Revolution - By Dariush Zahedi, Hamed Aleaziz
  4. Nightmare in Abidjan - By Elizabeth Dickinson
  5. Think Again: The Afghan Drug Trade - By Jonathan P. Caulkins, Jonathan D. Kulick, And Mark A.R. Kleiman
  6. Why Don’t Other Countries Have Government Shutdowns? - By Joshua E. Keating [FP Explainer]
  7. What You Need to Know in Case of a Government Shutdown - By Josh Rogin
  8. Ban Ki-moon learns to love regime change - By Colum Lynch
  9. Cowering before a sunflower seed: Why China is not a great power - By David Rothkopf
  10. Children of the Revolution - By Suzanne Merkelson, Aylin Zafar
  11. The Mind of Muammar - By Christina Larson
  12. The Deadliest Village in Russia - By Tom Parfitt
  13. Obama’s 21st-Century War - By Aaron David Miller

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Nov 12 2010

Iranian Journal of Applied Language Studies (IJALS)

The Iranian Journal of Applied Language Studies (IJALS) is published by the University of Sistan and Baluchestan, Zahedan, in cooperation with the Linguistics Society of Iran and the Department of Linguistics and Philology, Uppsala University, Sweden. It is one of the outcomes of a scientific cooperation programme between the University of Sistan and Baluchestan and Uppsala University.

This refereed journal has an internationally composed board of editors and welcomes articles on various aspects of language studies in an Iranian context, such as descriptions of Persian and Iranian minority languages as well as languages from other families spoken in Iran, English as a foreign language (EFL), other foreign languages in an Iranian context and Persian and other Iranian languages spoken in a non-Iranian context. Second language acquisition, discourse and translation studies, as well as typology, contact linguistics and comparative linguistics are other subjects that can be addressed within the scope of this journal.

It is available free of charge as an Open Access journal on the Internet. Please click here to access.

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Jul 05 2010

The 2010 Failed States Index

The 2010 Failed States Index

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Nov 10 2009

New publications on policy research

Families USA is a national nonprofit, non-partisan organization working to achieve high-quality, affordable health care for all Americans. The organization manages a network of grassroots advocates, monitors and informs consumers of government actions affecting healthcare, produces health policy reports, conducts public information campaigns and provides training and technical assistance to state and community-based organizations as they address critical health care issues.

Take a look at some recently added Families USA publications:

  • The Essential Benefits Package in the House Health Reform Bill (H.R. 3200)
  • Helping People with Long-Term Health Care Needs: Improving Access to Home- and Community-Based Services in Medicaid
  • Comparative Effectiveness Research: A Potential Tool for Reducing Health Care Disparities
  • View All FamiliesUSA Reports in PolicyArchive
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    NEW ARRIVALS

  • Middle East Elections 2009: Lebanon, Iran, Afghanistan, and Iraq Library of Congress: Congressional Research Service
  • Crisis of the Uninsured: 2009 National Center for Policy Analysis
  • Sliding to the Trough: Urban Hardship Trends Before the Great Recession Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government
  • Climate Change Debate Heats Up In The Tar Heel State National Institute on Money in State Politics
  • Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture: Media Education for the 21st Century MIT Press
  • The Business Boost from Marriage Equality: Evidence from the Health and Marriage Equality in Massachusetts Survey Williams Institute (University of California, Los Angeles. School of Law)
  • Losing by Degrees: Rising Costs and Public Disinvestment in Higher Education Economic Opportunity Institute
  • Kill Oil with Natural Gas and Electricity Manhattan Institute for Policy Research.
  • Illegal Conversion of Project-Based Section 8 Property Resolved by Innovative Settlement Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law
  • The Alphabet Soup Explained: An Analysis of the Special Lending Facilities at the Federal Reserve Center for Economic and Policy Research
  • [Source: PolicyArchive]

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    Jul 15 2009

    Archived articles From Political Affairs Magazine

    1. Global Opinion Split on Obama and US Role
    2. Hondurans Pour into the Streets Demanding Zelaya’s Return
    3. Human Rights and Democracy in Iran

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