James Page

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Some international relations (IR) scholars lament the divide that exists between the academic community and the policy community. Others celebrate it. In this paper, we test a core proposition advanced by advocates of bridging the policy-academy divide: that direct engagement in the policymaking process will make international relations scholars more adept(More)
n Canada, the shortage of health care professionals and the dependence on international medical graduates to fill gaps in the health care work force is expected to increase in the coming years. Over the last half century there has been a trend of the migration of medical graduates from low– and middle–income countries (LMICs) to the developed world. The(More)
Benign lymphangioendothelioma is a rare lesion of controversial etiology and a histopathologic mimic of Kaposi sarcoma and so-called 'well-differentiated' angiosarcoma. Its most typical clinical presentation is as a slowly expanding, erythematous patch or plaque; it rarely presents as a large mass. We report the second case of a giant benign(More)