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Ahfad Journal Academic Magazine/Journal Jun 1, 2015
American Diplomacy Academic Magazine/Journal Apr 15, 2015
Americas (English Edition) General Magazine/Journal May 1, 2012
APS Diplomat Recorder General Newsletter Jun 20, 2015
Arena Journal Academic Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2007
Arena Magazine General Magazine/Journal Aug 1, 2008
Asian Political News Trade Newsletter Oct 21, 2013
Campaigns & Elections Trade Magazine/Journal Aug 1, 2008
Caucasian Review of International Affairs Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2010
CEU Political Science Journal Academic Magazine/Journal Feb 1, 2014
  • Rolf Hosfeld, Karl Marx. An Intellectual Biography.
  • Fabio Zucca, The International Relations of Local Authorities. From Institutional Twinning to the Committee of the Region: Fifty Years of European...
  • Theo van de Klundert Capitalism and Democracy: A Fragile Alliance.
  • Hartmut Behr and Felix Roesch (eds.), Hans J. Morgenthau, The concept of the Political.
  • Leonce Bekemans (ed.), A Value-Driven European Future.
  • Nazrin Mehdiyeva, Power Games in the Caucuses, Azerbaijan's Foreign and Energy Policy towards the West, Russia and the Middle East.
  • Nicholas Aylott, Magnus Blomgren and Torbjorn Bergman, Political Parties in Multi-Level Polities: The Nordic countries compared.
  • John H. Farrar and David G. Mayes (eds.), Globalisation, the Global Financial Crisis and the State.
  • Leslie McCall, The Undeserving Rich: American Beliefs about Inequality, Opportunity, and Redistribution.
  • David Martin Jones, Nicholas Khoo and MLR Smith, Asian Security and the Rise of China: International Relations in an Age of Volatility.
  • Linda Overland and Mikkel Berg-Nordlie, Bridging Divides: Ethno-Political Leadership among the Russian Sami.
  • Why the CCM is still in power in Tanzania? A reply.
  • British public opinion and mass-elite relations on EU enlargement: implications on the democratic deficit debate.
  • Emerging international norms and state behavior: Chinese foreign policy between "pluralist pull" and "solidarist push".
  • The notion of "Kazakhness" behind the symbolic nation-building of Kazakhstan.
  • Why is politics not essentially contested?
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    CHIPS Trade Magazine/Journal Apr 1, 2015
  • Navy cybersecurity workforce credentials deadline changes to fiscal year requirement.
  • Download the new DoD cyber strategy.
  • From sea to space--the information dominance corps offers exciting careers: undecided about what to do with your life, the U.S. Navy can be an...
  • DISA to sunset defense connect online service.
  • Seeing the forest through the trees: a multi-part IT service management novella--Part 4: "Assess for Success".
  • Time for digital spring cleaning: make sure your online life is in tip-top shape!
  • Civilian health care providers and their use of the SSN to verify eligibility and process claims.
  • Safari Books Online available to military service members, their families and authorized civilians.
  • DoD warns troops, families to be cyber crime smart.
  • Four things to know about operations security and your privacy.
  • NASA's Cloud computing future.
  • ActivIdentity ESL supports DON IT security infrastructure while saving millions.
  • OPM releases recruitment, engagement, diversity and inclusion roadmap: seeking diversity to fill federal government jobs.
  • Commander, Navy Recruiting Rear Adm. Annie B. Andrews and Cmdr. Renee Squier, head of Navy Diversity, Inclusion, and Women's Policy, talk about...
  • The eDIVO and MPT&E mobile apps: Sea Warrior Technical Director Ken Johnson talks about BYOD efforts in the Navy.
  • Navy and Marine Corps innovation--no organization does it better!
  • Personnel now permitted to use Navy-issued mobile devices for personal use: no more juggling two devices!
  • NCDOC's commanding officer talks cybersecurity versus cyber warfare: it's about fighting through it.
  • Industry engages NATO: innovation to meet 21st century security challenges.
  • The standards of conduct as applied to personal social media use: what federal employees need to know.
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    Christianity and Literature Academic Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2014
    Creativity Studies Academic Magazine/Journal Jun 1, 2014
    Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2014
    Elections Today Academic Magazine/Journal Oct 1, 2011
    Ethics & International Affairs Academic Magazine/Journal Jun 22, 2013
    European Affairs Trade Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2008
    Foreign Policy in Focus Professional Magazine/Journal Jul 26, 2011
    Gallup Poll News Service General Newspaper Jun 26, 2015
    German Policy Studies Academic Magazine/Journal Jun 22, 2013
    Global Governance Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2015
    Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy Professional Magazine/Journal Jun 22, 2015
    Human Rights & Human Welfare Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2012
    Independent Review General Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2015
    Institute for Strategic Studies General Collection Jun 1, 2009
    International Journal of Educational Policy, Research and Practice Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2006
    Journal of Australian Political Economy Academic Magazine/Journal Jun 22, 2014
  • Michael Tuckson: Changing the World: Humanity System Integrating the Social Sciences.
  • Lynda-ann Blanchard and Freya Higgins-Desbiolles (eds.): Peace Through Tourism: Promoting Human Security Through International Citizenship.
  • Frank Giarratani, Geoffrey J.D. Hewings and Philip McCann (eds): Handbook of Industry Studies and Economic Geography.
  • Franklin Obeng-Odoom: Governance for Pro-Poor Urban Development: lessons from Ghana.
  • Thomas Klikauer: Managerialism: a Critique of an Ideology.
  • Winton Higgins and Geoff Dow: Politics Against Pessimism: Social Democratic Possibilities since Ernst Wigfors.
  • Stuart Rosewarne, James Goodman and Rebecca Pearse: Climate Action Upsurge: the Ethnography of Climate Movement Politics.
  • J. Quiggin, D. Adamson and D. Quiggin (eds.): Carbon Pricing: Early Experience and Future Prospects.
  • Damien Cahill: The End of Laissez-Faire? The Durability of Embedded Neoliberalism.
  • Immanuel Ness (ed.): New Forms of Worker Organization: The Syndicalist and Autonomist Restoration of Class-Struggle Unionism.
  • Mike Berry: The Affluent Society Revisited.
  • Franklin Obeng-Odoom: Oiling the Urban Economy: Land, Labour, Capital and the State in Sekondi-Tokoradi, Ghana.
  • The four-day workweek as a policy option for Australia.
  • War Crimes and the Parisian Regulation Approach: representations of the crisis of antipodean Fordism.
  • Economic structure, cost outsourcing and global imbalances.
  • Rethinking the twin deficits.
  • Macroeconomic prosperity and social inclusion: from long-run history to the shock of May 2014.
  • Piketty's political economy.
  • Whose crisis? Capital, labour and the state today.
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    Journal of International Affairs Academic Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2015
    Libertarian Papers Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2015
    LIMES Academic Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2013
    Literary Review of Canada Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2012
    Modern Age Academic Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2015
    National Observer - Australia and World Affairs General Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2009
    National Right to Life News General Magazine/Journal May 1, 2015
  • Kill or get out of medicine!
  • Autos for life and spring house cleaning.
  • Wasserman Schultz goes nuclear over 24-hour waiting period, but comfortable with aborting 7-pound baby.
  • North Carolina House passes bill to increase waiting period for an abortion from 24 hours to 72 hours: HB 465 moves to the Senate where it is...
  • The disturbing end game of organization pushing assisting suicide.
  • Self-induced abortions and the myth of female empowerment.
  • Sightless Mom "sees" unborn baby.
  • Top Ten reasons she is proudly "pro-abortion".
  • Tennessee Gov. Signs Law mandating inspection of abortion facilities: two more bills on Governor's desk.
  • Notorious abortionist sells interests in NJ abortion clinics to man convicted of sexually abusing patients.
  • Kansas Gov. Brownback travels the state in symbolic reenactment of signing SB95.
  • Serious Obamacare rationing provision again under fire.
  • Publicity over assisted suicide corresponds with significant increase in assisted suicides and requests for lethal drugs in Oregon: media campaign by...
  • Clinton's pro-abortion speech candidly reveals just how a dangerous a threat she poses.
  • New Research demonstrates conclusively babies in first week feel pain.
  • Born seven weeks after mom declared brain dead, "Baby Angel" is doing well.
  • NARAL sees Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act as "major, nationwide threat".
  • The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (H.R. 36): a summary of the revised version ("Franks Substitute Amendment") introduced in U.S. House of...
  • Gov. Brownback tells NRLC he is proud Kansas is first state to ban dismemberment abortions.
  • Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin signs 72 hour waiting period into law.
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    National Voter General Magazine/Journal Feb 1, 2009
    New Criterion Academic Magazine/Journal Apr 1, 2007
    NotiSur - South American Political and Economic Affairs General Newsletter Jun 5, 2015
    Policy Review Academic Magazine/Journal Feb 1, 2013
    Political Economy Journal of India Trade Magazine/Journal Jul 1, 2014
    Presidential Studies Quarterly Academic Magazine/Journal May 27, 2015
    Public Administration Quarterly Academic Magazine/Journal Jun 22, 2015
    Quarterly Essay Academic Magazine/Journal Jun 1, 2008
    Reason General Magazine/Journal Aug 1, 2014
    Reason Magazine General Magazine/Journal Jun 14, 2015
  • Hillvetica.
  • Better government through crowdsourcing: can Americans' collective wisdom solve our collective problems?
  • The coffee table book of doom! Do more people mean more trouble for the planet?
  • Fake news and false memories: the war of the worlds and the phony panic.
  • Copyright comics.
  • Black history through the mail.
  • Boom and the great bust: sin, sex, and freedom in the Alaskan gold rush.
  • A digital musical museum.
  • Free culture, paying the bills.
  • Sex workers of the world, unite!
  • Blood and leviathan: a Stanford historian thinks war is the engine that drives civilization. Is he right?
  • Why I threw a sex offender brunch: Not everyone on the registry is a predator to be feared.
  • Which states will legalize pot next? a preview of the marijuana initiatives that voters can expect to see in 2015 and 2016.
  • Rand Paul's strategic ambiguity: An unusual foreign policy stance has unusual political perils.
  • What can we learn from national primary polling? Virtually nothing: Who's up? who's down? who cares?
  • Can they stop themselves? reason's guide to whether any of the 2016 presidential hopefuls would actually cut government.
  • The did-something candidate: Scott Walker stands out in the 2016 field for running on his record. How does it stack up?
  • Markets vs. drought: is parched California fertile ground for property rights and prices for water?
  • The fight for the millennial voter; Change happens on the battlefield of ideas, not as the result of elections.
  • The right to record Walter Scott's death: illegal harassment of camera-carrying bystanders.
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    Renewal Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2014
    Revista de Stiinte Politice Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2015
  • Cezar Avram, Roxana Radu, Mihaela Barbieru, The Collectivization Process in Communist Romania.
  • Irina Olivia Calinescu, Posesia si efectele sale juridice (Possession and its legal effects).
  • In search of the housing supply: determinants of the construction policy empowerment in Europe.
  • The romanian housing policy bounds for legal patterns: compulsory insurance, social housing and the "first house" program.
  • Reversible vending: features and world practice.
  • Taxation policies: evidence from flat tax vs. progressive tax pathways.
  • Modernization of Romanian legislation on preventing and combating cybercrime and implementation gap at European level.
  • The impact of the current criminal law upon the offences related to the company's law no. 31/1990.
  • Electoral boundaries: local convergence proof of policying in Balcesti (2012).
  • Explaining european parliament voters' choice: competing insights on elections and elected from Valcea County--May 2014.
  • Accuracy data of the presidential voting outcomes to an inferential bias of the new romanian electoral code and electronic vote (2014).
  • Framing international protests on Romanian news portals.
  • Racing Crimea: on intervention, realism and liberalization as steering analysis of Russia.
  • Military aggression, peace selection and international law: core themes and debates.
  • Forecasting recognition and independence: an intellectual trait analysis of di Vergano diplomacy effectiveness.
  • Balancing Romania-Russia relations: a grounding of the Balkan crisis through proper application of political conditionalities.
  • Bringing justice back in: legislation and case law evolution concerning partition by court and rule of partition in kind.
  • Defining the new economics of labor migration theory boundaries: a sociological-level analysis of international migration.
  • "Governance by the rule of law": parliamentarism in Romania--constitutional traditions and topicality.
  • Is the constitution unbounded? Overlapping adoption and amendament assessments.
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    Social Policy Journal of New Zealand Academic Magazine/Journal Jun 1, 2011
    Synthesis/Regeneration General Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2014
    The American Conservative Academic Magazine/Journal May 1, 2015
    The Cato Journal Academic Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2015
    The New Presence: The Prague Journal of Central European Affairs Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2009
    The Progressive General Magazine/Journal Apr 1, 2007
    The Texas Tribune General Newswire Jul 2, 2015
    Washington Monthly General Magazine/Journal Jun 1, 2015

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