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Mar 06 2013

Latest articles published in Foreign Policy

  1. The Inside Story of How the White House Let Diplomacy Fail in Afghanistan
  2. What Went Wrong in Afghanistan?
  3. What Went Right in Afghanistan?
  4. Think Again: The Pentagon
  5. One Step Forward, Two Steps Back
  6. ‘Homeland’ in the Holy Land
[Source: Foreign Policy, March/April 2013]

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Sep 19 2011

Latest articles published in Foreign Policy

  1. A Dictator’s Handbook for the President
  2. Think Again: The Two-State Solution
  3. Rebel Rupture
  4. The Land of Gas and Honey
  5. Victory Lap
  6. How do you post bail to the Iranian government?
  7. Asia’s New Silk Road

 

[Source: Foreign Policy, 13th-15th 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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Nov 02 2010

Latest reports from IssueLab

  1. Intellectual Capital and Revitalizing Manufacturing
  2. Contributing organization(s): Athena Alliance. In December 2009, the White House released a paper outlining their manufacturing policy, A Framework for Revitalizing American Manufacturing. The Framework makes an excellent case that the federal government has a strong role to play in reinvigorating this important sector of the U.S. economy. It outlines the challenges facing manufacturing while describing the opportunities in new product areas. However,…

  3. Revealing Socioeconomic Factors That Influence Your Health (supplement to the unequal distribution of health in the Twin Cities report)
  4. Contributing organization(s): Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Foundation. “Revealing socioeconomic factors that influence your health” is a supplement to “The unequal distribution of health in the Twin Cities report.” It is an executive summary of the full report that documents the link between health and median area income, education, race and neighborhood conditions. In response to the full report, this report offers ideas by community leaders in a variety of…

  5. The Unequal Distribution of Health in the Twin Cities
  6. Contributing organization(s): Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Foundation. “The Unequal Distribution of Health in the Twin Cities” was commissioned by the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Foundation to ask a very important question: “Is there a connection between socioeconomic status and health in the Twin Cities?” The results of the study show that here, as elsewhere across the country, health is connected to median area income, education, race and…

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