v14_2003a - Letter from the Editors It is with great...

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Journal of Public and International Affairs , Volume 14/Spring 2003 Copyright 2003, the Trustees of Princeton University http://www.princeton.edu/~jpia Letter from the Editors It is with great pleasure that we present the 2003 volume of the Journal of Public and International Affairs ( JPIA ), a scholarly publication exclusively presenting the work of graduate students from professional schools of public and international affairs. The JPIA , now in its fourteenth year, provides a unique forum for students of public policy to present their research and analysis of issues of concern to them. It is also an opportunity for professional exchange, collegial interaction, and cooperative academic effort among the members of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA). Student editors participated in an intense Reading Weekend at Princeton University, traveling from around the country and as far away as Japan and Canada to select the highest quality submissions for publication. As always, the selection process was rigorous. The editorial staff reviewed and debated the merits of 60 pre-screened submissions from 18 APSIA member schools before selecting the final ten papers presented in this volume. The articles chosen for publication, as well as the submissions in general, reflect a clear
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