Think Tanks in Sub-Saharan Africa
Author: Mwangi S Kimenyi, Ajoy Datta
Overseas Development Institute (ODI)
Drawing on an exploratory review of the literature, this paper looks at the broad political context across sub-Saharan Africa over the past five decades and assess what impact, if any, this has had on the origin and development of think-tanks.
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Seismic Shift: Understanding Change in the Middle East
Author: Ellen Laipson, F Gregory Gause III, Richard Cincotta, Mona Yacoubian, James C Clad, Courtney C Radsch, Robert Grenier, Andrew Marshall, Andrew Houk
For analysts in and out of governments, the upheaval in the Middle East lends itself to reflections about how regional experts with deep knowledge of the Middle East, and those who use distinct political science or other methodologies to understand p...
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Time for a Caucus: “The Future of US Alliances in Asia”
Author: Christina B Gregorio, Julio Santiago Amador III, Maria Kristela Sylvia B Castronueveo, Danielle Chubb, Linnea Duvall, Christina Cali Failma, Justin Goldman, Fergus Hanson, Brian Harding , Masamichi Minehata, Charmain Misalucha, Lynn Miyahira, Theoben Orosa, Andrew Pickford, Fuadi Pitsuwan, Eric Sayers, Brian Ventura
Pacific Forum CSIS
This paper reports on the findings of a conference on the future of regional security and US alliances in East Asia.
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Strategic Studies Quarterly Vol 5, No 3, Fall 2011
Author: Michael B Donley, Mary Crannell, Ben Sheppard, David S Sorenson, Cheryl M Graham, William W Newmann, James Wood Forsyth Jr, D’Anne E Spence
Air Force Research Institute (AFRI)
This issue of Strategic Studies Quarterly provides insights into the developments in the Arab world and global challenges to US national security from a strategic point of view.
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Africa Spectrum, Vol 45, No 2
Author: Veronika Fuest, Malte Steinbrink, Silke Oldenburg, Sabiti Makara, Abimbola Adesoji, Hartmut Bergenthum, Thomas Siebold
GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies /
Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation /
Hamburg University Press
This edition of Africa Spectrum contains various articles discussing pertinent issues such as Uganda's upcoming 2011 elections, Islamic revivalism in Nigeria, and developments in Europe's African Studies information-sharing infrastructure.
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