v17_2006a - Letter from the Editor I am pleased to present...

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Letter from the Editor I am pleased to present the 2006 edition of the Journal of Public and International Affairs (JPIA) . Now in its seventeenth year, JPIA publishes exclusively 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 and intellectual exchange among the members of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA). Contributing editors from APSIA schools across the globe actively participated in a rigorous discussion of the Journal submissions. Reading Weekend, held at Princeton University in early February, brings these graduate students together to select the ten articles to be published and posted on the JPIA website, as well as the two additional articles to be published on the web only. The contributing editors reviewed and debated the merits of the 40 pre-screened submissions from 15 APSIA member schools before deciding on the articles collected in this volume. This year, three articles analyze contemporary issues in U.S. domestic policy. Gin- ger Moored makes recommendations toward maximizing the impact of cultural
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2012 for the course POLS 494 taught by Professor Garymoncrief during the Fall '11 term at Boise State.

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