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WPJO stands for World Policy Journal
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Last Sunday, and in my capacity as Board Member of the JCCI and as the Chairwoman of the International Committee (IC) at the JCCI, I hosted this select group of 14 Senior US Editors and Producers who in total represented major news organizations such as the World Policy Journal, the Christian Science Monitor, USA Today, the National Public Radio and the Herald Tribune -- to name but a few.
According to a article in the World Policy Journal, they are now trying to vie for Egyptian minds and votes through whatever mediums available and possible, including social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter.
Karl Meyer, editor at large of the World Policy Journal, writes that the Bush administration's desire to seek Status of Forces Agreement-a type of compact that governs the treatment of U.
Publications: James Chace, "Present at the Destruction: The Death of American Internationalism," World Policy Journal, Spring 2002.
When Secretary of State Colin Powell visited India last July, he made no mention of Gujarat, as Mira Kamdar pointed out in World Policy Journal.
The Realist: Benjamin Schwarz Benjamin Schwarz, 39, is a former staffer at the RAND Corporation, a former executive editor of World Policy Journal, and the current literary editor of The Atlantic Monthly.
Kester Weekly Standard Contributing Editor Robert Kagan Contributing Editor Tod Linberg Wired Contributing Editor Elise O'Shaughnessey Contributing Editor Bernard Kirsner # World Policy Journal Editor Karl E.