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Chalk Talk-"Race to the Top" Only Benefits Big Government
I. INTRODUCTION On February 17, 2009, President Obama signed into law the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), which provided $4.35 billion dollars for the Race to the Top (RTT)Expand
Incentives and sanctions in peace processes
Aaron Griffiths and Catherine Barnes W hile lessons from the field of conflict resolution suggest that the parties must ultimately resolve their differences between themselves (often with third partyExpand
Federal Elections in Russia The Necessity of Systemic Reforms
T he current trend in the Western press and much of academia is to evaluate the success or failure of democratic reforms in Russia from a political rather than systemic perspective, that is to sayExpand
The functional utility of genocide: Towards a framework for understanding the connection between genocide and regime consolidation, expansion and maintenance
By definition, genocide is an intentional act. It is not an “accidental by-product” of other policies, even if some leaders try to pretend it is. Inherent in this criterion is the existence of moreExpand
Civil Society and Peacebuilding: Mapping Functions in Working for Peace
Civil society play roles at every point in the development of conflict and its resolution: from surfacing situations of injustice to preventing violence, from creating conditions conducive to peaceExpand