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Magazine articles on international politics, treaties, trade, and the United Nations.
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Finance & Development
December 1, 2005
Sending Money Home: Trends in Migrant Remittances Over the past fifteen years, international migrant remittances have become increasingly prominent -- with $167 billion flowing to developing countries. Survey data show that remittances have reduced the poverty headcount ratio significantly in several low-income countries. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
Winter 2005/2006
Jeffrey Record
Why the Strong Lose Why has the United States fared consistently well against such powerful enemies as Nazi Germany, Imperial Japan and the Soviet Union, but its record against lesser foes is decidedly mixed? mark for My Articles 767 similar articles
Winter 2005/2006
Michael J. Mcnerney
Stabilization and Reconstruction in Afghanistan: Are PRTs a Model or a Muddle? Developed during the summer of 2002, the concept of Provincial Reconstruction Teams have the potential to become a model for future stabilization and reconstruction operations. mark for My Articles 27 similar articles
Winter 2005/2006
Christopher M. Schnaubelt
After the Fight: Interagency Operations The situation in Iraq may not be nearly as dire as some pundits and much of the media would have the American public believe, but there is certainly a long way to go. mark for My Articles 207 similar articles
Jim Bauer
5 Things You Didn't Know About Arms Dealers There are plenty of aspects of this profession that remain hidden to most. Here are five of them. mark for My Articles 58 similar articles
November 28, 2005
John Carey
Avian Flu: Business Thinks The Unthinkable Experts say most companies don't yet realize how serious the economic effects of a pandemic could be. But some executives are starting to confront the real chance of panicked workers, supply disruptions, and economic upheaval. mark for My Articles 145 similar articles
November 28, 2005
China's Budding Maturity China last week mounted a surprisingly aggressive mobilization in hopes of averting an avian flu pandemic that has the potential to hobble Asia's economy and slam global growth. mark for My Articles 135 similar articles
Information Today
November 21, 2005
Dick Kaser
WSIS: Internet Governance Forum Endorsed by World Leaders The World Summit on the Information Society endorsed a new Internet Governance Forum which will discuss global public policy matters and other issues related to the Internet worldwide. mark for My Articles 60 similar articles
November 17, 2005
Jim Wagner
House Votes For U.S.-Governed Internet Lawmakers unanimously approve resolution to keep Internet control in U.S. hands. mark for My Articles 81 similar articles
November 16, 2005
Carey Roberts
UN Resolution 1325: The World Body Goes on a Loony Streak UN Resolution 1325 foreshadowed the pro-feminist hysteria that envelopes the United Nations. The recent UNESCO approved a resolution that proposes the UN should pay greater attention to the health of women -- but ignored the dire health problems of men. mark for My Articles 43 similar articles
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