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Nov 14 2014

Access Special Issues from Routledge Criminology

Special Issue: Transnational Organized Crime and Terrorism: Different Peas, Same Pod?

This Global Crime special issue contributes to the current debate over the crime–terror nexus through the use of a multidisciplinary approach, based both on theoretical reflections and on case studies.

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HKUL users can continue to access the journal via http://library.hku.hk/record=b3025125

Special Issue: The Evolution of Victimology: Pedagogy, Research, Services, and Advocacy

This special edition of the Journal of Criminal Justice Education seeks to enhance the knowledge and understanding of the field of victimology along with presenting the challenges and opportunities for educators and service providers

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HKUL users can continue to access the journal via http://library.hku.hk/record=b2061620

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Apr 10 2013

New publications are available at the Scout Report!

  • Mapping for Results: The World Bank
  • The effective visual representation of key demographic data through the use of dynamic maps is a powerful tool for policymakers, journalists, and others. The World Bank developed such a program in 2010 as part of the Mapping for Results website. So far, their team has analyzed over 2,500 World Bank-financed projects and geo-coded more than 30,000 locations spanning 144 countries. Visitors can look over the featured articles on the homepage to get a flavor of the projects here, which include stories like “Mapping for Results Goes Local” and “Mapping the Financial Sector in Africa.” Visitors can use the interactive map to view projects by country or indicator, which include population density, malnutrition, and infant mortality. Visitors can also learn about the Methodology deployed throughout the maps, which will be useful to those persons looking to understand the inner workings of this complex underta king. Visitors can sign up to receive updates about the site via Twitter or RSS feed.

  • Mershon Center for International Security Studies
  • Based at the Office for International Affairs at The Ohio State University, the Mershon Center for International Security Studies “fosters interdisciplinary faculty and student research on national security in a global context.” On the homepage, visitors can learn about their upcoming events, read their biennial report, and also check out their newsletter. In the Publications area, visitors can read thoughtful publications like “Terrorism Since 9/11: The American Cases,” back issues of the Center’s formal reports, and the “Mershon Memo.” The Areas of Expertise section includes information about their key areas of interest, which include the use of force and diplomacy and institutions that manage violent conflict. The site also includes the News area, which features updates about their research, media appearances, and forthcoming publications.

    [Source: Scout Report, Volume 19, Number 14, April 5, 2013]

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Jan 17 2013

Latest Resources from Migration Informatio​n Source

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[Source: Migration Information Source]

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Sep 19 2012

Latest articles published in Foreign Policy

  1. Unlivable Cities
  2. The Pivot to Africa
  3. The Drums of August
  4. How WikiLeaks Blew It
  5. The East Is Rising
  6. Putting the Vice Back in Vice President
  7. Why Don’t Chinese Leaders Swim Anymore?
[Source: Foreign Policy, , 13th to 16th August 2012]

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Oct 26 2011

Latest articles published in Foreign Policy

  1. The Qaddafi Family Scrapbook
  2. Mogadishu on the Mediterranean?
  3. Gripping and Grinning with the Colonel
  4. The Qaddafi Files
  5. Der Pizza-Präsident
  6. The Most Notorious Names in the Shalit Prison Swap

 [Source: Foreign Policy, 19th - 20th Octorber 2011]

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Oct 13 2011

Latest articles published in Foreign Policy

  1. 10 Years of War - An FP Roundtable
  2. Will the Real Benjamin Netanyahu Please Stand Up?
  3. The Price of Failure
  4. From Tahrir Square to Wall Street
  5. The IgNobels
  6. Are You So Mad at Pakistan You Can’t Feel Sorry for Them?
  7. South Africa’s Dictator Dance
  8. Ten Years in Afghanistan
  9. The America Issue
  10. America’s Pacific Century
  11. The Myth of American Exceptionalism
  12. America Really Was That Great
  13. Written on the Wall
  14. America at Dusk
  15. Think Again: Nuclear Power

 

[Source: Foreign Policy, 5th - 12th October 2011]

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Oct 04 2011

Latest articles published in Foreign Policy

  1. Checkbook Diplomacy
  2. How the State Department Came After Me
  3. ‘Maybe We Are Ruining the World’
  4. End of the Bromance?
  5. Video Game War Is Hell: An FP Guide
  6. The Sick Men of Europe
  7. Shake It Up

 
[Source: Foreign Policy, 26th - 29th September 2011]

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Sep 14 2011

Latest articles published in Foreign Policy

  1. Does Obama Have His Eye on the Right Economic Crisis?
  2. The 9/11 Anniversary Reader
  3. Mission Accomplished. Finally.
  4. Reading Shakespeare in Kandahar
  5. What War Looks Like
  6. The Future of Money
  7. Return of the Renditioned
  8. 7 Things You Didn’t Know About the War on Terror

 

[Source: Foreign Policy, 6th-8th September 2011]

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Aug 25 2011

Latest articles published in Foreign Policy

  1. Life After Debt
  2. Planning for Libya 2.0
  3. The Empire at Dusk
  4. Days of Freedom
  5. How the West Was Drilled
  6. Big Screen Bullies
  7. Vicious Cycle

 

[Source: Foreign Policy, 16th-18th August 2011]

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Jan 11 2011

Latest Articles published in Foreign Policy

  1. Think Again: American Decline - By Gideon Rachman
  2. This time it’s real.

    Plus: Why 10% unemployment is here to stay - By Tyler Cowen and Jayme Lemke

  3. Grand Old Party - By Richard McGregor
  4. 5 myths about China’s Communists.

    Plus: People’s Army is still liberating.

  5. Where Do Bad Ideas Come From? - By Stephen M. Walt
  6. And why don’t they go away?

  7. Gucci in the Land of Genghis Khan - By Ron Gluckman
  8. Plus: The inside story of how Mongolia struck it rich.

  9. Making Fun of Pharaoh [An FP Slide Show]
  10. Why Egypt’s long-standing dictator makes for a great punch line.

    Plus: Three decades of a joke that just won’t die - By Issandr El Amrani

  11. Homeland Security Hasn’t Made Us Safer [An FP Special Report]
  12. And 11 more of the world’s most dangerous conventional wisdoms.

    Plus: Scenes from the most paradoxical places on earth.

  13. Killer Sharks, Captain Underpants, and Facebook? [An FP List]
  14. The craziest conspiracy theories about Mossad.

  15. Frenemies Forever - By Steve LeVine
  16. How the U.S. stopped worrying and learned to love Saudi Arabia, all over again.

  17. Wanted: Adult Supervision - By Aaron David Miller
  18. There’s hope for Barack Obama’s plan for Mideast peace in 2011. He just needs to let Hillary Clinton lead the way.

  19. Forget the Aftershocks - By Charles Kenny, The Optimist
  20. Plenty of factors are holding back Haiti’s development, but last year’s earthquake isn’t one of them.

  21. Eight out of 10 Experts Agree: Pakistan Is Terror Threat No. 1
  22. FP’s Exclusive Terrorism Survey
    Plus: The Pakistani assassin was no Lee Harvey Oswald - By Mosharraf Zaidi

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