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  • The [[Institute for Policy Studies]]' Influence on Government Policy. [[Institute for Policy Studies]] director [[Robert Borosage]] was brought into [[Jesse Jackson]]'s campai
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  • ...finding constructive solutions to social problems through morally informed policy analysis and open moral dialogue. ...ifferent racial, ethnic, and religious groups; and to fostering a national policy debate more cognizant of humankind’s moral horizon and the social respons
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  • Partner organizations of the [[Institute for Policy Studies]]. ...rporate Policy]]<ref>[http://www.corporatepolicy.org/ Center for Corporate Policy website]</ref>
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  • Trustees and Staff of the [[Institute for Policy Studies]]. The trustees [[Milton Kotler]] and [[Frank Smith]] are also Fellows of the Institute and in that capacity devoted full time.<ref>70/7 IPS Income Tax return</ref
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  • Foreign Connections with the [[Institute for Policy Studies]]. ...joined IPS and became head of its European subsidiary, the [[Transnational Institute]].
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  • Programs coordinated by the [[Institute for Policy Studies]]. :''National: Much of IPS's policy work is aimed at the national level, and IPS has always worked closely with
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  • The [[Institute for Policy Studies]] has awarded the Letelier-Moffitt Human Rights Award every year since 1978 ...ociate, in Washington, D.C. Each year in October, the Institute for Policy Studies hosts the annual human rights award in the names of Letelier and Moffitt to
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  • ...n]], with the assistance of the Washington DC based [[Institute for Policy Studies]]. ...unding for the program is currently $216,000 for the 1979-81 biennium. The Institute was housed at Portland State University which served as its sponsor.<ref>Or
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  • '''Institute for Policy Studies: 50 Years of Turning Ideas Into Action''' , or as it was written on the IPS The Institute for Policy Studies celebrates 50 years of turning ideas into action!
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  • ...ears [[John Conyers, Jr.]] was linked to far left [[Institute for Policy Studies]]. ...ional Progressive Caucus]], rear [[John Cavanagh]], [[Institute for Policy Studies]]]]
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  • ...nk-tank that consistently supported policies that facilitated the foreign policy goals of the Soviet Union and weakened the position of the United States.<r The [[Institute for Policy Studies]] is closely aligned with [[The Nation]] publication.
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  • ...nk-tank that consistently supported policies that facilitated the foreign policy goals of the Soviet Union and weakened the position of the United States.<r The [[Institute for Policy Studies]] is closely aligned with [[The Nation]] publication.
    110 KB (15,980 words) - 11:09, 9 September 2019
  • ...al compensation in 2009 than their private sector counterparts. Further, [[Policy Matters Ohio]] just released a study finding that the nine states without p ...essential to an “effective and efficient government,” and in the case studies profiled in the report, led to improved services and cost savings. Addition
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  • ...Soros claims his political activities are separate from the [[Open Society Institute]].<ref name=sorossep>[http://www.soros.org/about/bios/staff/george-soros/po After 9/11, '''George Soros'''' [[Open Society Institute]] gave a $250,000 grant to the [[ACLU]].<ref name=soroshamfish>[http://www.
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  • *[[Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy]] *Members, Carr Center for Human Rights Policy of the KSG
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  • *[[Ann Messner]], Pratt Institute ...alist; course lecturer on Cuba, University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies
    96 KB (12,297 words) - 18:08, 28 December 2016
  • *[[Michael Hudson]], [[Institute for the Study of Long Term Trends]] *[[Radhika Balakrishnan]], International Studies, Economics, Marymount
    78 KB (9,972 words) - 01:49, 18 January 2019
  • ...esome exchange of dialogue, Ron battled this ass to the bitter end on U.S. policy toward Grenada. You would have been proud.''" ...a clear understanding and direct counter to the [Reagan] Administgration's policy based on their militarist lines of thinking. If the issue can be turned aro
    171 KB (25,107 words) - 23:22, 21 August 2019
  • *Dr. [[Fawzia Afzal Khan]], Director of Women's Studies at Montclair University *[[John G. Mason]], MA Program in Public Policy, WPUNJ
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  • ...une 4-6 and was sponsored by [[Campaign for America’s Future]] and the [[Institute for America’s Future]]. *[[Tom Barry]], Co-Director, [[Foreign Policy in Focus]]
    167 KB (23,315 words) - 14:54, 21 October 2018
  • ...cier and board member of the Marxist think tank the [[Institute for Policy Studies]] (IPS). Dispatch News also employed Soviet agent [[Wilfred Burchett]]. Luc ...KGB]] agent [[Orlando Letelier]] and the killing of [[Institute for Policy Studies]] (IPS) staffer [[Ronni Moffitt]] in 1976.
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  • ...to honor Chavez.<ref>[http://www.cis.org/grijalva, Center for Immigration Studies bio, accessed Jan 2, 2013]</ref> ...ersity of Arizona with demands for the establishment of a Mexican-American Studies program and the recruitment of Chicano students and faculty.
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  • ...ears [[John Conyers, Jr.]] was linked to far left [[Institute for Policy Studies]]. ...ional Progressive Caucus]], rear [[John Cavanagh]], [[Institute for Policy Studies]]]]
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  • ...Cohen, the Arabist, who was a regular critic of Israel and opponent of its policy. He was arrested for spying for the USSR in the 50s. ==Foreign policy==
    157 KB (23,321 words) - 12:14, 2 September 2019
  • ...]. Participants talked about promoting their legislative agenda and public policy advocacy. They also talked about issues such as operations in Iraq, grassro ...Feb. 15, 2009 address at Qatar University's College of Sharia and Islamic Studies. “The political picture is bright, not perfect, but we are ready to expan
    235 KB (34,399 words) - 15:12, 6 September 2019
  • ...aign for America's Future]].<ref>[http://www.ourfuture.org/page/2009052122/institute-america-board-members IAF Board]</ref><ref>[http://www.ourfuture.org/page/2 Borosage is acting chair for the [[American Progressive Caucus Policy Foundation]]. Borosage is a a regular columnist on The [[Huffington Post]].
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  • Rep. Edwards completed undergraduate studies at Wake Forest University and received her Juris Doctor from the University ==Institute for Policy Studies==
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  • *Moderator: [[Eddie Yuen]] of the [[San Francisco Art Institute]] *[[Stephen Steinberg]] of Urban Studies, Queens College and Graduate Center, [[CUNY]]
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  • *[[Joseph S. Murphy Institute]] at CUNY SPS Foreign Policy for All: Re-thinking U.S.
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  • ...teacher in Kalasin, Thailand, 2011-12. B.S. in environmental science and policy from University of Maryland College Park, 2011." ...oundation]] (Wikipedia). Co-founder and president of the [[New Organizing Institute]], Jan. 2006-April 2012. Internet campaign director for the [[Labour Party
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  • ...n]], with the assistance of the Washington DC based [[Institute for Policy Studies]]. ...unding for the program is currently $216,000 for the 1979-81 biennium. The Institute was housed at Portland State University which served as its sponsor.<ref>Or
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