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Thursday, August 31, 2006

China


I envision a China that is a multi-party democracy, that is federal, with Tibet having its own state level parliament, with human rights, so Tibetans have religious freedom. I envision a China where the Chinese Communist Party is still the largest party in the country within a multi-party framework. I envision the multi-party framework not to be like the one in India or America, but one where parties are state funded.

You are not trying to reclaim the Tibet of the 1950s. Tibet is not going to be a separate country. And the religious leader is not also going to be the political leader. The political leader has to be popularly elected.

And I do envision a unification of Taiwan and China, like East and West Germany. But that will not happen as long as China remains a one party state.

How long before China is no longer a one party state? I don't know. What will bring about the transformation? I think the country's rapid economic growth - something the Global South as a whole can learn much from - is the best bet to that end.

I have talked to many Chinese in America. It is amazing how they do not talk democracy. The last Chinese I talked to referred to the Chinese Communist Party as "something like the Great Wall of China." These are not people fearing persecution. They are not in China. This setiment must be to do with how the West has treated China in the past, and continues to do so today. If democracy is such a great idea, the Chinese should not have to feel racism in America, but they do. A Chinese political activist in Manhattan I met told me he lost his bid for City Council because too many white folks thought shoud he win he might only take care of the Chinese in Chinatown. The Chinese seem to feel about the Chinese Communist Party the way African Americans feel about the NAACP perhaps, only much stronger. And that sentiment has to be respected.

It is just that the way the Chinese brand of communism has morphed to become more nationalism than anything else is of relevance to the peace process in Nepal. There is a genuine ideological struggle going on. The titanic clash of ideologies that played out across the globe the past century is playing out in Nepal now.

The best way is to attempt a fusion. You take the best of both and come up with something new. You together create a new kind of democracy. Saying goodbye to power through the barrel of a gun is the first condition. Then making party finances transparent is the second condition. Then you move to state funded parties. That is what I have been proposing. If the seven parties will not, the Maoists should take the lead on this one. They should avoid the temptation of relapsing into dogmatism.

On The Web

CIA - The World Factbook
China Today
China - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
People's Republic of China - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
China Internet Information Center
China the Beautiful
China Daily
China News - Breaking World China News
China Online
China Travel Information | Lonely Planet Destination Guide
China the Beautiful - Table of Contents Home Forum / query ...
China Airlines
Inside China Today - Media Monitoring Service by EIN News
University of Texas Libraries - China Maps
Internet Guide for China Studies
History of China

Support Democracy in China Home Page
Chinese Democracy
Tiananmen-1989
China, Hong Kong, Chinese Democracy and the Future
Democracy in China
ChinaSite.com: Democracy and Dissidents -- The Complete Reference ...
Silicon Valley for Democracy in China
Homepage of the Party for Freedom and Democracy in China(PFFDC/PFDC)
Microsoft deletes 'freedom' and 'democracy' in China | The Register
Building of Political Democracy in China Information Office of the ...
Prospects on Human Rights and Democracy in China
[PDF] How Would Democracy Change China?
frontline: china in the red: roundtable - democracy, sooner or ...
White paper on political democracy (full text)
Democracy and China | Chinese Democratization | Tiananmen Square ...
Harvard University Press: Sowing the Seeds of Democracy in China
FT.com / Companies / IT - Microsoft bans ‘democracy’ for China web ...
BBC News | ASIA-PACIFIC | Bush preaches democracy to China
Hoover Institution - Uncommon Knowledge - THE NEXT GREAT LEAP ...
USATODAY.com - China's homeowners get small taste of democracy
China: Human Rights & the Democracy Movement
China's Democracy Crackdown Demands a Presidential Response
Amazon.com: Sowing the Seeds of Democracy in China: Political ...
Xinhua - English
John Battelle's Searchblog: MSN Bans "Democracy" in China
People's Daily Online -- China's socialist political democracy ...
JS Online:India's messy democracy or China's model of economics?

Google Books: China
  1. China Joins the World: Progress and Prospects - Page 86
    by Elizabeth Economy - Political Science - 1999 - 359 pages
  2. Shaping U.S.-China Relations: A Long-Term Strategy - Page 18
    by Michel C. Oksenberg, Elizabeth Economy - Political Science - 1997 - 81 pages
  3. The China Business Handbook 2005
    by Alain Charles Publishing - 2005 - 408 pages
  4. China in the Twenty-First Century: Politics, Economy, and Society - Page 39
    by Fumio Itoh - History - 1997 - 287 pages
  5. The Ordos Plateau of China: An Endangered Environment - Page 117
    by Hong Jiang - Science - 1999 - 210 pages
  6. Growth, inequality, and poverty in rural China: The Role of Public Investments - Page 69
    by Linxiu Zhang, and Xiaobo Zhang Shenggen Fan - Business & Economics - 2002 - 72 pages
  7. The China Business Handbook - Page 9
    by Alain Charles Publishing - 2005 - 448 pages
  8. China: Environmental Technologies Export Market Plan
    by Eric Fredell - 1996
  9. Beginning the Journey: China, the United States, and the Wto
    by Robert D. Hormats, Elizabeth Economy, Kevin G Nealer - Political Science - 2001 - 37 pages
  10. Weaving the Net: Conditional Engagement with China - Page 224
    by James (EDT) Shinn - Political Science - 1996 - 284 pages
  11. Forced Labor in China: Hearing Before the Committee on International Relations, U.S. House of... - Page 50
    by Christopher H. (EDT) Smith - 1998
  12. The Strategic Quadrangle: Russia, China, Japan, and the United States in East Asia - Page 137
    by Michael (EDT) Mandelbaum - Political Science - 1995 - 232 pages
  13. The U.S.-Japan Alliance: Past, Present, and Future - Page 24
    by Michael J. (EDT) Green, Patrick M. (EDT) Cronin - Political Science - 1999 - 403 pages
  14. More Than Humanitarianism: Independent Task Force Report - Page 41
    by Anthony Lake, Christine Todd Whitman - Political Science - 2006 - 148 pages
  15. U.S.-China Trade Relations & Renewal of China's Most-Favored-Nation Status: Congressional Hearing
    edited by Philip Crane - 1999
  16. Governing the GM crop revolution: Current Issues and Future Challenges - Page 23
    by Robert L. Paarlberg - 2000
  17. Reforming from the Top: A Leaders' 20 Summit - Page 195
    by John (EDT) English, Ramesh Chandra (EDT) Thakur, Andrew Fenton (EDT) Cooper - 2006 - 319 pages
  18. Crossing National Borders: Human Migration Issues in Northeast Asia - Page 40
    edited by Tsuneo Akaha, Anna Vassilieva - Political Science - 2006 - 254 pages
  19. Furfuryl Alcohol from the People's Republic of China And South Africa: An International Trade... - Page vii
    by Not Available (NA) - Business & Economics - 2004 - 110 pages
  20. Power in Transition: The Peaceful Change of International Order - Page 59
    by Charles Kupchan, Emanuel Adler, Jean-Marc Coicaud, Yuen Foong Khong - Political Science - 2001 - 182 pages

Media Can Distort Democracy


As we work to shape a new Nepal, restructure the state and usher in a new era, there has to be talk on making sure the media does not end up distorting democracy. There has been a lot of talk of restructuring the public sector, the state, not enough talk of the private sector media should it get concentrated in a few hands, or might fall prey to MNC inroads.

Even in the most established democracies, corporations are not allowed to give unlimited contributions to those running for office. It only makes sense to not allow corporations to have all the say in the information the public ends up feeding upon.

Democracy is one person, one vote, not one rupee, one vote.

A balance has to be struck. The business innovations that the private sector brings have to be appreciated. But then efforts have to be made to make sure the media does not end up in a few corporate hands.

An entity like the BBC ends up looking good. The public pays for it.

In the case of Nepal, letting a thounsand flowers bloom in the local FM markets might be a good approach. Major ownership concentrations should be disallowed.

Politicians elected through the one person one vote mechanism as members of state funded parties should be able to make the right decisions on this count in terms of shaping media policy.

Monopolies and oligoplies are anti-market. Diffused power is good for market competition.

A great source of revenue could be to auction airwaves. You rent out, you don't sell off. Money thus generated could pay for public media.

In Nepal's case, being a small country sandwiched between two large ones, there is also a need to watch out for a massive Indian private sector infiltration that might hijack the public discourse. FDI has to be limited by law in the sensitive sector of the media.

Vigorous political parties that ensure public participation in debates on policy issues are a major plus. People going to political meetings, and organizing protest programs are healthy for democracy. Mass meetings on the Nepali scene are stuff to appreciate and hold on to.

I ran into this media theme when I was doing some reading on Costa Rica. That country abolished its army more than half a century ago. But it struggles with this issue of the media distorting democracy. Nepal has to watch out from early on. In that sense the media truly is like the fourth arm of the state. The media is of great public importance.

When the country is only recently emerging from the thumb of a regime where journalists had to worry about basic human rights abuses and not corporate concentrations of power, we might be tempted to not worry too much about the later, but we need to. Early work will go far. We can learn from the experiences of other countries to leapfrog. We have to think ahead.

On The Web

Amazon.com: Megamedia: How Giant Corporations Dominate Mass Media ... the press has increasingly been muzzled by the moguls who control newspapers, television, books, and magazines. ...... a frightening picture of how these megamedia mergers (involving Disney, Murdoch, Gates, and Time-Warner) have limited the kind of information the public receives ..... the corporate media takeovers by 12 multinational companies that now control most newspapers, television stations, and book companies and about the resulting impact on the distribution of information ...... small local papers taken over by the larger newspaper chains, and the major losers are the small towns whose local news gets diluted ...... Censorship can sometimes come in the form of corporate caution. ..... ways to hold big corporate media responsible for not only increasing diversity but also presenting society with fair and unbiased information.
Project Censored Media democracy in action
Megamedia: How Giant Corporations Dominate Mass Media, Distort ... he pleads against the worldwide conglomeration of media and attempts to mobilize public opinion to support media diversity.
Powell's Books - Megamedia : How Giant Corporations Dominate Mass ...
Grand Rapids Institute for Information Democracy
Mainstream Media - Global Issues A free and impartial media is a key pillar to a functioning democracy
Do Polls Reflect Media Distortion? - Center for Media and Democracy
Toxic Sludge Is Good For You - Center for Media and Democracy corporations manipulate our democracy
[PDF] Mass media and democracy crisis
Editorial--Media and Democracy
Amazon.com: Corporate Media and the Threat to Democracy (Open ... When corporations control the flow of information, he suggests, they will inevitably do so in a way that promotes their own interests over those of the citizenry. From an analysis of the corporate influence over the 1934 Communications Act to a discussion of how media convergence might kill off hope of the Internet bringing about a revolution, he debunks the myth of an objective, liberal media and emphasizes the belief that issues of media ownership should be treated as matters of public policy rather than strictly business.
Democracy Now! | Corporate Media and the Threat to Democracy
Corporate Media and the Threat to Democracy, Seven Stories Press
Corporate media versus democracythe nature of the U.S. media system undermines self-government .... The Founding Fathers, to the extent we can generalize, envisioned a press that above all else would stimulate public involvement -- what media historian John Nerone has termed the "town meeting" metaphor of the press. ..... as the control in each market became concentrated among one or two or three owners, and as ownership concentrated nationally, all media came to reflect the interests of owners and advertisers, rather than diverse interests of any community. ...... Since 1992 there has been an unprecedented wave of mergers and acquisitions among the media giants ...... When Disney produces a film, for example, it can also guarantee the film showings on pay cable television and commercial network television, it can produce and sell soundtracks based on the film, it can create spin-off television series, it can produce related amusement park rides, CD-roms, books, comics, and merchandise to be sold in Disney retail stores. Moreover, Disney can promote the film and related material incessantly across all its media properties. ...... What is tragic — or absurd — is that the dominant perception of the "free press" still regards the government as the sole possible foe of freedom. That this notion of press freedom has been and is aggressively promoted by the giant media corporations should be no surprise, though that is rarely noted....... The effects can be seen on the two most important issues in U.S. politics in the 1990s: Foreign trade and health care. In both cases, powerful interests were able to neutralize public opinion, even though, initially, based on personal experience, it was against GATT and NAFTA and for a single-payer health system. ...... After a wave of mergers and acquisitions, three of the world's four largest media giants now own the three largest book publishers. At the retail end, U.S. bookselling is becoming highly concentrated into the hands of a few massive chains. This corporatization of publishing has led to a marked shift to the political right in what types of books clear the corporate hurdles. ...... The Internet has opened up very important space for progressive and democratic communication, especially for activists hamstrung by traditional communication media. But, the notion that the Internet will permit humanity to leapfrog over corporate communication is in sharp contrast to the rapid commercialization of the Internet....... public systems of broadcasting were established to serve publicly determined goals, not to generate profit. ...... The extent to which there is non-elite participation into communication policymaking may be a barometer for the level of democracy in a society........commercial broadcasters became a force that few politicians wished to antagonize; almost all of the congressional leaders of broadcast reform in 1931-1932 were defeated in their re-election attempts, a fate not lost on those who entered the next Congress........ The initial plan to have the CPB funded by a sales tax on the purchase of new radio sets and television sets, somewhat akin to the BBC method, was dropped, thus preventing public broadcasting a stable source of income necessary for planning as well as editorial autonomy. ........ The U.S. government only provides around 15 percent of the revenues; public stations depend on corporate donations, foundation grants, and listener/viewer contributions for the balance. In effect, this has made PBS and NPR stations commercial enterprises, and it has given the large corporations that dominate its subsidy tremendous influence over public broadcasting content, in a manner that violates the fundamental principles of public broadcasting. It has also encouraged the tendency to appeal to an affluent audience, rather than a working-class audience, because upscale viewers/listeners have far more disposable income............ The overarching purpose of the 1996 Telecommunications Act is to deregulate all communication industries and to permit the market, not public policy, to determine the course of the the communications system......... gives the green light to further consolidation of the global market these firms dominate........ the ideology of the infallible marketplace, a virtual civic religion in the United States and globally in the 1990...... The case for the market rests upon a mythological presentation of pure competition, where there are an infinite number of small entrepreneurs battling to serve the public by lowering prices and improving quality in constant ferocious competition. In terms of pricing, output, and profits, oligopolistic industries resemble pure monopolies far more closely than they do the mythical competitive market. And in few areas is this more true than in the advertising, media and telecommunication industries.......... In markets, one's income and wealth determine one's power. It is a system of "one dollar, one vote," rather than "one person, one vote." ...... commercial media firms produce that which is most profitable and in their interests. When people consume from the options provided, the media giants then state that they are satisfying audience demand. ...... a case of supply creating demand as much or more than it is a case of demand creating supply. ..... Citizens must determine the nature of their communication system through full and open political debate ....... Often journalists have fairly conservative positions on class issues of trade, taxation and government social spending, especially as one climbs to the high-paying ranks of the elite journalists....... With lavish funding from a dozen major conservative foundations, including those of Bradley, Scaife, and Olin, conservative groups have developed a very sophisticated PR apparatus to funnel conservative positions and stories into the media....... Conservative pundits dominate TV and radio discussion programs, paired with centrists who are quite comfortable in the corridors of corporate power. By contrast, it is nearly impossible to find even token left criticism in the mainstream media....... create a decentralized, accountable, nonprofit and noncommercial sector, which could provide a viable service to the entire population ..... This does not mean that there is no place for commercial media, merely that the dominant sector of the system must be nonprofit, noncommercial, and accountable to the public. Moreover, to the extent that commercial media and advertising play a role in a democratic media, they should be taxed to subsidize the nonprofit and noncommercial sector. ....... spectrum space should be leased (never auctioned) for commercial use, with the proceeds applied to support nonprofit and noncommercial media...... The opposition is wealthy, powerful and expert in ideological warfare. It effectively owns both major political parties. Its self-interest is draped in motherhood, the flag, the First Amendment, apple pie, and, of course, the mythological market ....... labor's demise has been partially due to the right-wing ideological assault on unionism and progressive government policies. In the 1940s there were approximately 1,000 full-time labor beat reporters and editors on U.S. daily newspapers. Today there are less than ten....... this is also a global fight. The corporate media/communication system may well be the defining feature of the global market economy....... communication technologies lay the basis for instantaneous global capital and currency markets, and undermines not only national sovereignty, but also popular sovereignty, as societies seem compelled to obey the dictates of global markets or face immediate and stern economic punishment........
Robert W. McChesney / Rich Media, Poor Democracy argues that the media, far from providing a bedrock for freedom and democracy, have become a significant antidemocratic force in the United States and, to varying degrees, worldwide...... the major beneficiaries of the so-called Information Age are wealthy investors, advertisers, and a handful of enormous media, computer, and telecommunications corporations.... we must organize politically to restructure the media in order to affirm their connection to democracy. .....

Google Books: Nepal


Google Books: Nepal
  1. Agricultural research in Nepal: Resource Allocation, Structure, and Incentives - Page 57
    by Ram P. Yadav - 1987
  2. Consequences of deforestation for women's time allocation, agricultural production, and nutrition... - Page 72
    by Shubh K. Kumar and David Hotchkiss - 1988
  3. South Asia in the World: Problem Solving Perspectives on Security, Sustainable Development, and... - Page 75
    by Ramesh (EDT) Thakur, Oddny (EDT) Wiggen - History - 2004 - 460 pages
  4. Development Cooperation in Practice: The United Nations Volunteers in Nepal - Page 49
    by Joel Rehnstrom - Science - 2000 - 160 pages
  5. Sustainable Development of the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna Basins - Page 114
    by Asit K. (EDT) Biswas, Juha I. (EDT) Uitto - Business & Economics - 2001 - 202 pages
  6. Planet geography
    by Stephen Codrington - 2005
  7. Broadening Asia's Security Discourse and Agenda: Political, Social, and Environmental Perspectives - Page 208
    edited by Ramesh Chandra Thakur, Edward Newman - Political Science - 2004 - 440 pages
  8. By the Sweat & Toil of Children: The Use of Child Labor in U. S. Agricultural Imports & Forced &... - Page 128
    by Maureen E. Jaffe, Sonia A. Rosen, Robert B. Shepard - Political Science - 1995 - 210 pages
  9. Combating Trafficking in Children for Labour Exploitation in South Asia - Page 69
    edited by Karin Kohlweg - 1998
  10. Monarchies: What Are Kings and Queens For? - Page 172
    by James Wilsdon Tom Bentley - 2002 - 176 pages
  11. ISCOMS - Book of Abstracts: Book of Abstracts : June 15th - June 18th, University Medical Center... - Page 154
    by E.M. Bos - 2005
  12. Child labour: A Textbook for University Students - Page 70
    by Ipec - 2004
  13. Transboundary Freshwater Dispute Resolution: Theory, Practice, and Annotated References - Page 169
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    by Jean Lebel - Medical - 2004 - 84 pages
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  16. Key Issues For Mountain Areas - Page 133
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    edited by Doug Bereuter - 1997
  18. Knowledge Shared: Participatory Evaluation in Development Cooperation - Page 149
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    by Jeanne X. (EDT) Kasperson, Roger E. (EDT) Kasperson - Science - 2001 - 600 pages
  20. U.S. Policy Consideration on the 40th Anniversary of the Tibetan Uprising and the Dalai Lamas... - Page 37
    by Benjamin A. (EDT) Gilman - 1999
Google Books: India
  1. India, Pakistan, and the United States: Breaking with the Past - Page 131
    by Shirin R. Tahir-Kheli - Political Science - 1997 - 156 pages
  2. Agricultural research and productivity growth in India - Page 85
    by Carl E. Pray, and Mark W. Rosegrant Robert E. Evenson - Business & Economics - 1998
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    by P N Mari Bhat - 1984
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    by Gunvant M. Desai - 1982
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    by in collaboration with Ganesh Pangare and Vasudha Lokur Pangare John Kerr - 2002 - 90 pages
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    by Sudhir Wanmali - 1983
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    by J.S. Sarma and Vasant P. Gandhi - 1991
  8. Agricultural growth and industrial performance in India - Page 23
    by C. Rangarajan - 1982
  9. Cooperative dairy development in Karnataka, India: An Assessment
    by Harold Alderman - 1987
  10. Rural infrastucture, the settlement system, and development of the regional economy in Southern... - Page 119
    by Sudhir Wanmali - 1992
  11. India & the U. S.: Estranged Democracies, 1941-1991 - Page 318
    by Dennis Kux - 1994 - 515 pages
  12. PRINCE OF INDIA screenplay: Moving-picture Screenplay Based Upon the Original Novel by General...
    by R. D. Manning - 1998
  13. Linkages between government spending, growth, and poverty in rural India - Page iii
    by Peter Hazell, and Sukhadeo Thorat Shenggen Fan - 1999 - 81 pages
  14. New Priorities In South Asia: U.S. Policy Toward India, Pakistan, and Afghanistan - Page 12
    by Nicholas (EDT) Platt, Marshall M. (EDT) Bouton, Mahnaz Z. (EDT) Ispahani, Frank G. Wisner - Political Science - 2003 - 105 pages
  15. State, Markets, and Just Growth: Development in the Twenty-First Century - Page 225
    by Chung-In Moon - Political Science - 2003 - 295 pages
  16. After the Tests: U.S. Policy Toward India and Pakistan - Page 46
    by Morton H. Halperin, Richard N Haass - Political Science - 1998 - 69 pages
  17. Impact of irrigation and labor availability on multiple cropping: A Case Study of India - Page 33
    by Dharm Narain and Shyamal Roy - 1980
  18. Armenian Merchants of the Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries: English East India Company... - Page xxi
    by Vahe (EDT) Baladouni, Margaret (EDT) Makepeace - Business & Economics - 1998
  19. Governing the GM crop revolution: Current Issues and Future Challenges - Page 18
    by Robert L. Paarlberg - 2000
  20. Sustainable Management of Headwater Resources: Research from Africa and India
    edited by Libor Jansky, Martin J Haigh, Haushila Prasad - Political Science - 2005 - 304 pages
Google Books: China
  1. China Joins the World: Progress and Prospects - Page 86
    by Elizabeth Economy - Political Science - 1999 - 359 pages
  2. Shaping U.S.-China Relations: A Long-Term Strategy - Page 18
    by Michel C. Oksenberg, Elizabeth Economy - Political Science - 1997 - 81 pages
  3. The China Business Handbook 2005
    by Alain Charles Publishing - 2005 - 408 pages
  4. China in the Twenty-First Century: Politics, Economy, and Society - Page 39
    by Fumio Itoh - History - 1997 - 287 pages
  5. The Ordos Plateau of China: An Endangered Environment - Page 117
    by Hong Jiang - Science - 1999 - 210 pages
  6. Growth, inequality, and poverty in rural China: The Role of Public Investments - Page 69
    by Linxiu Zhang, and Xiaobo Zhang Shenggen Fan - Business & Economics - 2002 - 72 pages
  7. The China Business Handbook - Page 9
    by Alain Charles Publishing - 2005 - 448 pages
  8. China: Environmental Technologies Export Market Plan
    by Eric Fredell - 1996
  9. Beginning the Journey: China, the United States, and the Wto
    by Robert D. Hormats, Elizabeth Economy, Kevin G Nealer - Political Science - 2001 - 37 pages
  10. Weaving the Net: Conditional Engagement with China - Page 224
    by James (EDT) Shinn - Political Science - 1996 - 284 pages
  11. Forced Labor in China: Hearing Before the Committee on International Relations, U.S. House of... - Page 50
    by Christopher H. (EDT) Smith - 1998
  12. The Strategic Quadrangle: Russia, China, Japan, and the United States in East Asia - Page 137
    by Michael (EDT) Mandelbaum - Political Science - 1995 - 232 pages
  13. The U.S.-Japan Alliance: Past, Present, and Future - Page 24
    by Michael J. (EDT) Green, Patrick M. (EDT) Cronin - Political Science - 1999 - 403 pages
  14. More Than Humanitarianism: Independent Task Force Report - Page 41
    by Anthony Lake, Christine Todd Whitman - Political Science - 2006 - 148 pages
  15. U.S.-China Trade Relations & Renewal of China's Most-Favored-Nation Status: Congressional Hearing
    edited by Philip Crane - 1999
  16. Governing the GM crop revolution: Current Issues and Future Challenges - Page 23
    by Robert L. Paarlberg - 2000
  17. Reforming from the Top: A Leaders' 20 Summit - Page 195
    by John (EDT) English, Ramesh Chandra (EDT) Thakur, Andrew Fenton (EDT) Cooper - 2006 - 319 pages
  18. Crossing National Borders: Human Migration Issues in Northeast Asia - Page 40
    edited by Tsuneo Akaha, Anna Vassilieva - Political Science - 2006 - 254 pages
  19. Furfuryl Alcohol from the People's Republic of China And South Africa: An International Trade... - Page vii
    by Not Available (NA) - Business & Economics - 2004 - 110 pages
  20. Power in Transition: The Peaceful Change of International Order - Page 59
    by Charles Kupchan, Emanuel Adler, Jean-Marc Coicaud, Yuen Foong Khong - Political Science - 2001 - 182 pages
Google Books: Economic Growth
  1. Agriculture and economic growth in Argentina, 1913-84 - Page 12
    by Domingo Cavallo and Roberto Domenech Yair Mundlak - 1989
  2. Agriculture and economic growth in an open economy - Page 2
    by Domingo Cavallo and Yair Mundlak - 1982
  3. State, Markets, and Just Growth: Development in the Twenty-First Century - Page 70
    by Chung-In Moon - Political Science - 2003 - 295 pages
  4. Production and consumption of foodgrains in India: Implications of Accelerated Economic Growth... - Page 7
    by J.S. Sarma and Vasant P. Gandhi - 1991
  5. American Economic Policy and National Security - Page 84
    by Theodore H. Moran - Business & Economics - 1993 - 100 pages
  6. Growth and equity: Policies and Implementation in Indian Agriculture - Page 59
    by J.S. Sarma - 1981
  7. Perspectives on Growth and Poverty - Page 1
    by Rolph Van Der (EDT) Hoeven, Anthony F. (EDT) Shorrocks - Business & Economics - 2003 - 400 pages
  8. Africa’s food and nutrition security situation: Where are We and how Did We Get Here? - Page 48
    by Todd Benson - 2004
  9. Sectoral growth in Chile - Page ix
    by Juan Eduardo Coeymans and Yair Mundlak - 1993
  10. Macroeconomic Policy Reforms and Agriculture: Towards Equitable Growth in Zimbabwe - Page 3
    by Marcelle Thomas, Kay Muir-Leresche, and Hans Lofgren Romeo M. Bautista - Business & Economics - 2002 - 137 pages
  11. Democracy, Governance, and Economic Performance: East and Southeast Asia - Page 5
    edited by Ian Marsh, Jean Blondel, Takashi Inoguchi - Political Science - 2000 - 371 pages
  12. Livestock products in the Third World: Past Trends and Projections to 1990 and 2000 - Page 43
    by Sarma J.S. Zietz and Patrick Yeung - 1985
  13. U.S. Economic Policy Toward Africa - Page 51
    by Jeffrey Ira Herbst - 1992
  14. Promoting U.S. Economic Relations With Africa: Report of an Independent Task Force - Page 76
    by Peggy Dulany, Frank Savage, Salih Booker - Political Science - 1998
  15. Our Continent, Our Future: African Perspectives on Structural Adjustment - Page 94
    by P Thandika Mkandawire, Charles C Soludo - Business & Economics - 1999 - 180 pages
  16. What Works in Girls' Education: Evidence and Policies from the Developing World - Page 23
    by Barbara Herz, Gene B. Sperling - Education - 2004 - 103 pages
  17. Government expenditures on agriculture and agricultural growth in Latin America - Page 14
    by Victor Jorge Elias - 1985
  18. The Economics of Apartheid - Page 134
    by Stephen R. Lewis - Business & Economics - 1990 - 196 pages
  19. Asia's Emerging Regional Order: Reconciling Traditional and Human Security - Page 204
    by William T. (EDT) Tow, In-Taek (EDT) Hyun - Political Science - 2000 - 360 pages
  20. China in the Twenty-First Century: Politics, Economy, and Society - Page 25
    by Fumio Itoh - History - 1997 - 287 pages
Google Books: Micro Credit
  1. Financing for Development: Proposals from Business and Civil Society - Page 17
    by Barry (EDT) Herman, Federica (EDT) Pietracci, Krishnan (EDT) Sharma - Business & Economics - 2001 - 181 pages
  2. Emerging Forces in Environmental Governance - Page 238
    by Peter M. Haas - Political Science - 2004 - 380 pages
  3. Research for Development in the Middle East and North Africa - Page 36
    edited by Eglal Rached, Dina Craissati - Social Science - 2001 - 280 pages
  4. Human Development and the Environment: Challenges for the United Nations in the New Millennium - Page 243
    by J. A. Van (EDT) Ginkel, Brendan (EDT) Barrett, Julius (EDT) Court, Jerry (EDT) Velasquez, Hans (EDT) Van Ginkel - Science - 2001 - 313 pages
  5. Access to Credit and Its Impact on Welfare in Malawi - Page 151
    by Aliou Diagne and Manfred Zeller - Business & Economics - 2001 - 153 pages
  6. Building Businesses With Small Producers: Successful Business Development Services in Africa,... - Page 1
    edited by Sunita Kapila, Donald Mead - Business & Economics - 2002 - 260 pages
  7. New Millennium, New Perspectives: The United Nations, Security, and Governance - Page 277
    edited by Ramesh Chandra Thakur, Edward Newman - Political Science - 2000 - 334 pages
  8. The Independents: Britain's New Cultural Entrepreneurs - Page 27
    by Charles Leadbeater, Kate Oakley - 1999 - 96 pages
  9. South Asia in the World: Problem Solving Perspectives on Security, Sustainable Development, and... - Page 140
    by Ramesh (EDT) Thakur, Oddny (EDT) Wiggen - History - 2004 - 460 pages
  10. Driver Education for the Information Superhighway: Literacy Leader Fellowship Program Reports - Page 47
    by David J. Rosen - 2000
  11. New Old: Why the Baby Boomers Won't Be Pensioned Off - Page 60
    by Paul Skidmore Julia Huber - 2003 - 109 pages
  12. The Employee Mutual: Combining Flexibility with Security in the New World of Work - Page 50
    by Charles Leadbeater, Stephen Martin - 1998 - 74 pages
  13. Agents of Change: Studies on the Policy Environment for Small Enterprise in Africa - Page 39
    edited by Philip English, Georges Henault - 1995 - 353 pages
  14. Combating Trafficking in Children for Labour Exploitation in South Asia - Page 26
    edited by Karin Kohlweg - 1998
  15. Impact of U.S. Development Assistance in Africa: Hearings Before the Committee on International... - Page 69
    by Edward R. (EDT) Royce - 1997
  16. Voices for Change: Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation in China - Page 78
    edited by Ronnie Vernooy, Sun Qiu, Xu Jianchu - Business & Economics - 2003 - 174 pages
  17. Broadening Asia's Security Discourse and Agenda: Political, Social, and Environmental Perspectives - Page 32
    edited by Ramesh Chandra Thakur, Edward Newman - Political Science - 2004 - 440 pages
  18. Child labour: A Textbook for University Students - Page 115
    by Ipec - 2004
  19. Net Gain: A New Method for Preventing Malaria Deaths - Page 94
    by C Lengeler - 1996 - 260 pages
  20. African Voices on Structural Adjustment - Page 345
    edited by Thankdika Mkandiwire, Charles C Soludo - Business & Economics - 2002 - 280 pages
Google Books: Conflict Resolution
  1. Conflict Resolution Education: Community & Juvenile Justice Settings - Page 4
    by Donna Crawford - 1996
  2. Beyond Violence: Conflict Resolution Process in Northern Ireland - Page xiv
    by Mari Fitzduff - Political Science - 2002 - 256 pages
  3. Transboundary Freshwater Dispute Resolution: Theory, Practice, and Annotated References - Page 241
    by Heather L Beach, Jesse Hamner, J Joseph Hewitt, Edy Kaufman, Anja Kurki, Joe A Oppenheimer, Aaron T Wolf - Political Science - 2000 - 324 pages
  4. Community Mediation Programs: Developments and Challenges - Page 27
    by Daniel McGillis - 1997
  5. South Asia in the World: Problem Solving Perspectives on Security, Sustainable Development, and... - Page 269
    by Ramesh (EDT) Thakur, Oddny (EDT) Wiggen - History - 2004 - 460 pages
  6. Conflict Prevention: Path to Peace Or Grand Illusion - Page 205
    by David Carment - Political Science - 2003 - 312 pages
  7. Combating Violence and Delinquency: The National Juvenile Justice Action Plan
    by United States. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. (COR) - 1996
  8. Preventing Interpersonal Violence Among Youth: An Introduction to School, Community, and Mass... - Page 25
    by William Dejong - Social Science - 1994
  9. Hate Crime Prevention: A Resource Guide
    by Frances Terry, Sonya Rudenstine, David Onek - 1995
  10. Building on Beijing: United States Ngos Shape a Women's National Action Agenda - Page 40
    edited by Barry. Leonard - 1999
  11. Researching Violently Divided Societies: Ethical and Methodological Issues - Page 128
    by Gillian Robinson, Marie Smyth - Political Science - 2001 - 227 pages
  12. Building Sustainable Peace - Page 66
    by Thomas F Keating, W Andy Knight - 2004 - 502 pages
  13. Stabilizing Nigeria: Sanctions, Incentives, and Support for Civil Society - Page 103
    by Barnett R. Rubin, Pearl T. Robinson, Peter Michael Lewis - Political Science - 1998 - 152 pages
  14. Researching Conflict in Africa: Insights and Experiences - Page 54
    by Elisabeth J. (EDT) Porter - 2006 - 170 pages
  15. Women and Post-Conflict Reconstruction: Issues and Sources - Page 22
    by Birgitte Sorensen - 1998
  16. Hydropolitics Along the Jordan River: Scarce Water and Its Impact on the Arab-Israeli Conflict - Page 126
    by Aaron T. Wolf - Nature - 1995 - 272 pages
  17. Human Rights and Societies in Transition: Causes, Consequences, Responses - Page 333
    edited by Shale Horowitz, Albrecht Schnabel - Political Science - 2004 - 500 pages
  18. More Than Humanitarianism: Independent Task Force Report - Page 84
    by Anthony Lake, Christine Todd Whitman - Political Science - 2006 - 148 pages
  19. Democratization in the Middle East: Experiences, Struggles, Challenges - Page 68
    by Amin (EDT) Saikal, Albrecht (EDT) Schnabel - Political Science - 2003 - 240 pages
  20. Racial and Ethnic Tensions in American Communities: Poverty, Inequality, and Discrimination -- A... - Page 72
    edited by Mary F Berry, Carl A Anderson, Cruz Reynoso - Social Science - 1997 - 204 pages
Google Books: World Trade
  1. The Role of the World Trade Organization in Global Governance - Page 110
    edited by Gary P Sampson - Business & Economics - 2001 - 298 pages
  2. World Trade Organization Wto: Status of China's Trade Commitments to the U.S. and Other Members - Page 4
    by Elizabeth (EDT) Sirois - 2000
  3. World Trade Organization Wto: Early Decisions Are Vital to Progress in Ongoing Negotiations - Page 1
    by Loren Yager, Elizabeth Sirois, Nina Pfeiffer - Business & Economics - 2003 - 55 pages
  4. World Trade Organization Wto: Selected U.S. Company Views About Chinas Membership - Page 1
    by Susan S. Westin, Adam Cowles, Michelle Sager - Business & Economics - 2003 - 74 pages
  5. Review of Studies of the Economic Impact of the September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks on the... - Page 1
    by Nancy R. Kingsbury - Political Science - 2003 - 40 pages
  6. The Legitimacy of International Organizations - Page 202
    by Jean-Marc (EDT) Coicaud, Veijo (EDT) Heiskanen - Political Science - 2001 - 578 pages
  7. Trade Strategies for a New Era: Ensuring U.S. Leadership in a Global Economy - Page 323
    by Earl Fry, Geza Feketekuty, Bruce Stokes - Business & Economics - 1998 - 391 pages
  8. The Politics of Trade and Industrial Policy in Africa: Forced Consensus? - Page 111
    Business & Economics - 2004 - 376 pages
  9. Broadening Asia's Security Discourse and Agenda: Political, Social, and Environmental Perspectives - Page 44
    edited by Ramesh Chandra Thakur, Edward Newman - Political Science - 2004 - 440 pages
  10. Horticultural exports of developing countries: Past Performance, Future Prospects, and Policy Issues - Page 21
    by Nurul Islam - 1990
  11. Agricultural Trade Between Developing Countries: Patterns and Future Possibilities - Page 4
    by Nurul Islam - 1992
  12. A business guide to development actors - Introducing company managers to the development... - Page 57
    by World Business Council for sustainable Development (WBCSD) - 2004
  13. Managing the World Economy: The Consequences of Corporate Alliances - Page 222
    by Peter F. Cowhey, Jonathan David Aronson - 1993
  14. Agricultural Marketing Directory for U.S. & Africa Trade - Page 38
    by Mary E. Lassanyi, Wayne Olson - 1997
  15. South Asia in the World: Problem Solving Perspectives on Security, Sustainable Development, and... - Page 150
    by Ramesh (EDT) Thakur, Oddny (EDT) Wiggen - History - 2004 - 460 pages
  16. Governments and Corporations in a Shrinking World: Trade and Innovation Policies in the United... - Page 55
    by Sylvia Ostry - 1990
  17. The world rice market: The Case of Wheat in India - Page 11
    by Ammar Siamwalla and Stephen Haykin - 1983
  18. How Small Business Trades Worldwide: Your Guide to Starting Or Expanding a Small Business... - Page 26
    by John Wiley Spiers - Business & Economics - 2001 - 384 pages
  19. China Joins the World: Progress and Prospects - Page 161
    by Elizabeth Economy - Political Science - 1999 - 359 pages
  20. Prospects for global food security: A Critical Appraisal of Past Projections and Predictions - Page 49
    by Alex F. McCalla and Cesar L. Revoredo - 2001
Google Books: Globalization
  1. Globalization of Human Rights - Page 169
    edited by Jean-Marc Coicaud, Michael W Doyle, Anne-Marie Gardener - 2003 - 200 pages
  2. Globalization: The United Nations Development Dialogue - Page 17
    by Isabelle Grunberg, Sarbuland Khan - Political Science - 2000 - 232 pages
  3. Globalization and the World of Large Cities - Page 271
    edited by Fu-Chen Lo, Yue-Man Yeung - Political Science - 1998 - 530 pages
  4. Governance and food security in an age of globalization - Page 9
    by Robert L. Paarlberg - Social Science - 2002 - 58 pages
  5. Globalization and the Sustainability of Cities in the Asia Pacific Region - Page 140
    by Fu-Chen (EDT) Lo, Peter (EDT) Marcotullio - Political Science - 2001 - 505 pages
  6. International Tax Issues Relating to Globalization: Congressional Hearing - Page 71
    edited by William V., Jr. Roth - 1999
  7. Diversity, Globalization, and the Ways of Nature - Page 2
    by Danilo J Anton - Social Science - 1995 - 223 pages
  8. Altered States: Globalization, Sovereignty and Governance - Page xiv
    by Gordon Smith, Moises Naim - Political Science - 2000 - 96 pages
  9. Transformation Of Cities In Central And Eastern Europe: Towards Globalization - Page 3
    by F E Ian Hamilton, Kaliopa Dimitrovska Andrews, Natasa Pichler-Milanovic - Social Science - 2005 - 519 pages
  10. Global Governance and the United Nations System - Page 13
    edited by Volker Rittberger - Political Science - 2002 - 252 pages
  11. Globality Versus Democracy?: The Changing Nature of International Relations in the Era of... - Page 219
    by Hans Köchler - 2000
  12. Asia and Africa in the Global Economy - Page 24
    by Ernest (EDT) Aryeetey - Business & Economics - 2003 - 400 pages
  13. Transnational Social Policies: The New Development Challenges of Globalization - Page 166
    edited by Daniel A Morales-Gomez - Business & Economics - 1999 - 280 pages
  14. A New World of Knowledge: Canadian Universities and Globalization - Page 2
    edited by Sheryl L Bond, Jean-Pierre Lemasson - Education - 1999 - 280 pages
  15. Research for Development in the Middle East and North Africa - Page 117
    edited by Eglal Rached, Dina Craissati - Social Science - 2001 - 280 pages
  16. The Legitimacy of International Organizations - Page 193
    by Jean-Marc (EDT) Coicaud, Veijo (EDT) Heiskanen - Political Science - 2001 - 578 pages
  17. Crossing National Borders: Human Migration Issues in Northeast Asia - Page 6
    edited by Tsuneo Akaha, Anna Vassilieva - Political Science - 2006 - 254 pages
  18. Frameworks for Sustainable Forests and Communities: American Community Responses to the...
    by Michael Hibbard, Matthew S. Carroll, Steven E. Daniels, Brett Kencairn, Paul Sommers - 1995
  19. Future Visions for U.S. Trade Policy - Page 32
    by Bruce Stokes - Political Science - 1998 - 82 pages
  20. Critical Choices: The United Nations, Networks, and the Future of Global Governance - Page vii
    edited by Wolfgang H Reinicke, Francis Deng, Thorsten Benner, Jan Martin Witte, John Gershman, Beth Whitaker - Political Science - 2000 - 140 pages
Google Books: Internet
  1. The Heart of the Internet: An Insider's View of the Origin and Promise of the On-Line Revolution - Page 108
    by Jacques F. Vallee - Technology - 2003 - 201 pages
  2. Internet Indecency: Hearing Before the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, U.S.... - Page 37
    edited by John McCain - 1998
  3. S. 442, the Internet Tax Freedom Act: Hearing Before the Committee on Commerce, Science, and... - Page 18
    edited by Conrad Burns - 1997
  4. Internet 2 and Next Generation Internet: Hearing Before the Committee on Commerce, Science, and... - Page 21
    edited by Conrad Burns - 2001
  5. Internet Posting of Chemical Worst Cast Scenarios: A Roadmap for Terrorists, Hearing Before the... - Page 52
    by Michael (EDT) Bilirakis - 1999
  6. Managing Small-Scale Fisheries: Alternative Directions and Methods - Page 88
    by Fikret (EDT) Berkes - Technology - 2001 - 250 pages
  7. The New Everyday View on Ambient Intelligence - Page 106
    by Stefano Marzano, Emile Aarts - 2003 - 356 pages
  8. Telecommunications: Characteristics and Choices of Internet Users - Page 5
    by Stanley J. Czerwinski, Amy D. Abramowitz - 2001
  9. Electronic Banking: Enchancing Federal Oversight of Internet Banking - Page 8
    by Richard J. Hillman, Kane Wong - 2000
  10. The Backup Book: Disaster Recovery from Desktop to Data Center - Page 305
    by Dorian J. Cougias, E. L. Heiberger, Karsten Koop - Computers - 2003 - 754 pages
  11. Telecommunications: Technological and Regulatory Factors Affecting Consumer Choice of Internet... - Page 8
    by Stanley J. Czerwinski - Technology - 2000 - 68 pages
  12. End the Biggest Educational and Intellectual Blunder in History: A $100,000 Challenge to Our Top... - Page 443
    by Norman W. Edmund - Education - 2005 - 621 pages
  13. How Small Business Trades Worldwide: Your Guide to Starting Or Expanding a Small Business... - Page 18
    by John Wiley Spiers - Business & Economics - 2001 - 384 pages
  14. Enhancing Participation And Governance in Water Resources Management: Conventional Approaches and... - Page 94
    edited by Libor Jansky, Juha I Uitto - Business & Economics - 2006 - 222 pages
  15. Technology Your Fingertips: A Guide to Implementing Technology Solutions for Education Agencies... - Page 31
    by Gerald Malitz - 1998
  16. Global Governance and the United Nations System - Page 12
    edited by Volker Rittberger - Political Science - 2002 - 252 pages
  17. A Bibliography of the Personal Computer: The Books and Periodical Articles - Page 34
    by Roy A. Allan - Computers - 2005 - 83 pages
  18. Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 Developer's Workshop: Developer's Workshop - Page 12
    by Jeff Webb John Clark Craig - Computers - 1998 - 750 pages
  19. hackoff.com: An Historic Murder Mystery Set in the Internet Bubble and Rubble - Page 56
    by Tom Evslin - Fiction - 2006 - 642 pages
  20. Access Denied?: Preventing Information Exclusion - Page 26
    by Danny Kruger - 1998 - 46 pages
Google Books: South Africa
  1. The Politics of Trade and Industrial Policy in Africa: Forced Consensus? - Page 177
    Business & Economics - 2004 - 376 pages
  2. Human Rights and Comparative Foreign Policy - Page 273
    by David P. (EDT) Forsythe - Political Science - 2000 - 365 pages
  3. The Economics of Apartheid - Page 94
    by Stephen R. Lewis - Business & Economics - 1990 - 196 pages
  4. Biotechnology, Agriculture, and Food Security in Southern Africa: Proceedings and Background... - Page 194
    by Steven Were Omamo and Klaus von Grebmer - Technology - 2005 - 297 pages
  5. Kosovo and the Challenge of Humanitarian Intervention: Selective Indignation, Collective Action,... - Page 246
    by Albrecht (EDT) Schnabel, Ramesh Chandra (EDT) Thakur - Political Science - 2000 - 536 pages
  6. Promoting U.S. Economic Relations With Africa: Report of an Independent Task Force - Page 68
    by Peggy Dulany, Frank Savage, Salih Booker - Political Science - 1998
  7. Human Rights and Societies in Transition: Causes, Consequences, Responses - Page 313
    edited by Shale Horowitz, Albrecht Schnabel - Political Science - 2004 - 500 pages
  8. Supporting Democracy: The South Africa-Canada Program on Governance - Page 40
    by Sharon L Sutherland - Political Science - 2000 - 78 pages
  9. Globalization and the World of Large Cities - Page 388
    edited by Fu-Chen Lo, Yue-Man Yeung - Political Science - 1998 - 530 pages
  10. The Global Environment in the Twenty-First Century: Prospects for International Cooperation - Page 336
    by Pamela S. (EDT) Chasek - Science - 2000 - 465 pages
  11. From Defence to Development: Redirecting Military Resources in South Africa - Page 6
    edited by Jacklyn Cock, Penny MacKenzie - Business & Economics - 1998 - 254 pages
  12. Evictions and the Right to Housing: Experience from Canada, Chile, the Dominican Republic, South... - Page 146
    by Antonio Azuela, Emilio Duhua - Business & Economics - 1999 - 350 pages
  13. Researching Conflict in Africa: Insights and Experiences - Page 12
    by Elisabeth J. (EDT) Porter - 2006 - 170 pages
  14. Free at Last?: U.S. Policy Toward Africa and the End of the Cold War - Page 105
    by Michael Clough - Political Science - 1992 - 145 pages
  15. Agricultural Policy Reforms and Regional Market Integration in Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe - Page 337
    by Alberto Valdes - 1993
Google Books: Middle East
  1. Democratization in the Middle East: Experiences, Struggles, Challenges - Page 60
    by Amin (EDT) Saikal, Albrecht (EDT) Schnabel - Political Science - 2003 - 240 pages
  2. Syria and the Middle East Peace Process - Page 163
    by Raymond A. Hinnebusch, Alasdair Drysdale - Political Science - 1991 - 244 pages
  3. U.S. Middle East Policy and the Peace Process: Report of an Independent Task Force - Page 11
    by Henry Siegman - Political Science - 1997 - 46 pages
  4. Evolving food gaps in the Middle East/North Africa: Prospects and Policy Implications - Page 39
    by Nabil Khaldi - 1984
  5. Managing Water for Peace in the Middle East: Alternative Strategies - Page 90
    by Masahiro Murakami - Nature - 1995 - 320 pages
  6. Human Rights in the Middle East - Page 66
    by Not Available (NA) - 1992
  7. Water Hyacinth in Africa and the Middle East: A Survey of Problems and Solutions - Page 46
    by George Phiri - Science - 2001 - 140 pages
  8. Research for Development in the Middle East and North Africa - Page 19
    edited by Eglal Rached, Dina Craissati - Social Science - 2001 - 280 pages
  9. The Sirdar: Sir Reginald Wingate and the British Empire in the Middle East - Page 228
    by M. W. Daly - History - 1997 - 345 pages
  10. Sea-Changes: American Foreign Policy in a World Transformed - Page 42
    by Nicholas X Rizopoulos - 1990
  11. State, Markets, and Just Growth: Development in the Twenty-First Century - Page 191
    by Chung-In Moon - Political Science - 2003 - 295 pages
  12. Human Rights and Societies in Transition: Causes, Consequences, Responses - Page 239
    edited by Shale Horowitz, Albrecht Schnabel - Political Science - 2004 - 500 pages
  13. Entangled Allies: U.S. Policy Toward Greece, Turkey, and Cyprus - Page 52
    by Monteagle Stearns - Political Science - 1992 - 185 pages
  14. Central Asia and the World: Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajjikistan, Kyrgystan, Turkmenistan - Page 85
    by Michael Mandelbaum - History - 1994 - 251 pages
  15. Economic Sanctions and Development - Page 41
    1997 - 75 pages
  16. History: Fiction of Science? Vol. 2 - Page 341
    by Anatoly Fomenko - History - 2005 - 560 pages
  17. Transboundary Freshwater Dispute Resolution: Theory, Practice, and Annotated References - Page 242
    by Heather L Beach, Jesse Hamner, J Joseph Hewitt, Edy Kaufman, Anja Kurki, Joe A Oppenheimer, Aaron T Wolf - Political Science - 2000 - 324 pages
  18. Refugees Into Citizens: Palestinians and the End of the Arab-Israeli Conflict - Page 140
    by Donna E. Artz, Donna E. Arzt - History - 1997 - 232 pages
  19. In Support Of Arab Democracy: Why and How: Report of an Independent Task Force - Page 38
    by Stephen A. Cook, Madeleine Korbel Albright, Vin Weber - 2005 - 69 pages
  20. Environment, Energy, and Economy: Strategies for Sustainability - Page 243
    by Yoichi (EDT) Kaya, Keiichi (EDT) Yokobori - Business & Economics - 1997 - 381 pages
Google Books: Education Policy
  1. Transnational Social Policies: The New Development Challenges of Globalization - Page 159
    edited by Daniel A Morales-Gomez - Business & Economics - 1999 - 280 pages
  2. What Works in Girls' Education: Evidence and Policies from the Developing World - Page 56
    by Barbara Herz, Gene B. Sperling - Education - 2004 - 103 pages
  3. End the Biggest Educational and Intellectual Blunder in History: A $100,000 Challenge to Our Top... - Page 521
    by Norman W. Edmund - Education - 2005 - 621 pages
  4. Higher Education Opportunities for Women and Minorities - Annotated Selections: Annotated Selections - Page 57
    by Collie Pollock, Joan Givens, Joyce Fitzgerald - Education - 1996 - 105 pages
  5. Linking home and school - Page 14
    by Ken Worpole - 2000 - 61 pages
  6. Languages of Instruction: Policy Implications for Education in Africa
    by Erpaadea - 1997
  7. Democratization in the Middle East: Experiences, Struggles, Challenges - Page 94
    by Amin (EDT) Saikal, Albrecht (EDT) Schnabel - Political Science - 2003 - 240 pages
  8. Basildon: The Mood of the Nation - Page 57
    by Dennis Hayes, Alan Hudson - 2001 - 71 pages
  9. In search of population policy - Page 33
    1974
  10. Networking Institutions of Learning - Page 61
    edited by Tina James - Business & Economics - 2003 - 264 pages
  11. Family learning: Foundation of Effective Education - Page 14
    by Titus Alexander - 1997 - 57 pages
  12. Raising Standards for American Education - Page 2
    by Not Available (NA) - 1992
  13. Field Hearing on What Congress Can Learn from Successful State Education Reform Efforts: Hearing... - Page 52
    edited by Matt Salmon - 1999
  14. The Politics of Trade and Industrial Policy in Africa: Forced Consensus? - Page 85
    Business & Economics - 2004 - 376 pages
  15. Education Epidemic: Transforming Secondary Schools Through Innovation Networks
    by David H Hargreaves - 2003
  16. American Economic Policy and National Security - Page 1986
    by Theodore H. Moran - Business & Economics - 1993 - 100 pages
  17. The Beijing Declaration & the Platform for Action: Fourth World Conference on Women, Beijing,... - Page 53
    by Diane Publishing Company - Political Science - 1996
  18. The Validity of Testing in Education & Employment - Page 135
    by Eileen R. Rudert - 1993
  19. Improving Student Achievement: Examining The Impact Of Teacher Quality And Class Size: Hearing... - Page v
    by Howard P. (EDT) McKeon - Education - 1999 - 138 pages
  20. The Long Road to Recovery: Community Responses to Industrial Disaster - Page 172
    by James K. Mitchell - Technology - 1996 - 307 pages
Google Books: Health Policy
  1. Access to Health Care Services in Rural Areas: Delivery and Financial Issues - Page 129
    edited by Sheldon Weisgrau - 1995
  2. Health Status of Minorities & Low Income Groups
    1991
  3. Managed Care: Advances in Financing. - Page 126
    1998
  4. Mental Health, United States, 1998 - Page 167
    edited by Ronald W Manderscheid, Marilyn J Henderson - 1999 - 292 pages
  5. Forensic Mental Health: Working with Offenders with Mental Illness - Page 1
    by Landsberg - 2001
  6. Ethics in Epidemiology and Public Health Practice: Collected Works - Page 168
    by Steven S Coughlin - Medical - 1997 - 232 pages
  7. Dually Eligible Beneficiaries: Characteristics, Delivery Systems, Costs, and the Role of Medicare... - Page 144
    edited by Linda F. Wolf - 1998
  8. Management and Administration of Correctional Health Care
    by Moore - Social Science - 2003
  9. Federal Antitrust Policy in the Health Care Marketplace: Hearing Before the Committee on the... - Page 112
    edited by Orrin G. Hatch - 1997
  10. Forging Links for Health Research: Perspectives from the Council on Health Research for Development - Page 120
    edited by Victor R Neufeld, Nancy Johnson - Medical - 2001 - 260 pages
  11. The Policy on Health & Well-Being (In Canada) - Page 98
    by Marc-Yvan Cote - 1992
  12. Torn Between Two Systems: Improving Chronic Care in Medicare and Medicaid : Hearing Before the... - Page 155
    1997
  13. Minority Health Issues for an Emerging Majority: The 4th National Forum on Cardiovascular Health,... - Page 62
    edited by Shiriki Kukanyika, John Karefa-Smart - 1992
  14. Federal Funding Sources for Rural Areas, 1998 - Page 76
    edited by M. Louise Reynnells - 1997
  15. Agency for Health Care Policy and Research Role in Health Care Quality Improvement: Hearing... - Page 32
    by William (EDT) Frist - 1998
  16. Studies in the Management of Social R&D: Selected Policy Areas - Page 64
    by Laurence E Lynn - 1979
  17. Fools, Knaves, & Heroes: Great Political Short Stories - Page 1327
    edited by Simon Bainbridge, Jeffrey Archer - 1998 - 245 pages
  18. Population and Health in Developing Countries: Population, Health, and Survival in Indepth Sites - Page 222
    edited by Indepth Network - Medical - 2002 - 340 pages
  19. Empowering Families, Helping Adolescents: Family-Centered Treatment of Adolescents Withalcohol,... - Page 196
    edited by Wendy Snyder - 1996
  20. Reshaping Health Care in Latin America: A Comparative Analysis of Health Care Reform in... - Page 18
    edited by Sonia Fleury, Susana Belmartino, Enis Baris - Medical - 2001 - 292 pages