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Letter from the Editors It is with great pleasure that we present the 2009 edition of the Journal of Public and International Affairs (JPIA). This is a special issue as it marks the 20 th anniversary of JPIA. To celebrate this occasion, the editorial team of JPIA has updated several features of the Journal: most importantly, JPIA got a new cover design. In addition, the scope of JPIA submissions has been broadened to include policy essays and book reviews. We think that this new format allows for more flexibility for our contributors and more variety for our readers. We are proud that JPIA has thrived throughout the last twenty years and now constitutes one of the leading graduate student publications in the country and around the world. To trace the story of JPIA we interviewed several former JPIA authors, among them Robert Orr, who 20 years ago was a Ph.D. candidate at Princeton and is currently the UN Assistant- Secretary General for Policy Planning, and Jennifer Windsor who was then a Master of Public Affairs Candidate at Princeton and is now the Executive Director of Freedom House in Washington D.C. These interviews are scattered throughout the Journal and we hope you will enjoy this time travel as much as we did. JPIA exclusively publishes the work of graduate students from schools of public and international affairs, providing young scholars with a unique forum to present original research and analysis on issues of domestic and international concern. JPIA also provides an opportunity for professional
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