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The Potomac Institute for Policy Studies is an independent, public policy research institute focused on the key science, technology, and national security issues facing our society.
During his stay here, the Kuwaiti official visited the ASAN Institute for Policy Studies, a major think-tank in South Korea, where he held talks with officials on Kuwait's history, constitution and women, together with several other matters.
Summary: The International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) and the recently established Asan Institute for Policy Studies (AIPS) are pleased to announce a special Korea Forum 2008, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the IISS and the inauguration of the Asan Institute.
Published in conjunction with the Institute for Policy Studies, Washington, DC (with which Anderson and Cavanagh are affiliated), this update of the 2000 edition is an accessible primer on the realities of corporate-driven globalization.
Like many of his colleagues in the Carter administration, Bourne was (and has remained) active with projects of the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), a radical "think tank" that has served as a front for Castro's secret police, the DGI, and the Soviet KGB.
A more recent study by the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), a Washington think tank, charged that the bank's energy programs "have utterly failed" to curb climate change and alleviate poverty.
Portland published Iraq Watch's October highlights of "A Failed Transition: The Mounting Costs of the Iraq War," a report from the Institute for Policy Studies.
Now, a year later, a study by the Institute for Policy Studies and Foreign Policy in Focus indicates that the cost has soared past $126 billion and continues to rise.