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Munk Centre Monitor Spring 2006

April 13, 2006

M O N I T O R H I G H L I G H T S Possession is Nine-tenths of the Problem, page 3/ Kosovo: Poised for Statehood by Robert C. Austin, page 7/Our Cities, Our Future by Enid...

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Comparative Program on Health and Society Lupina Foundation Working Papers Series 2004–2005

January 6, 2006

This discussion paper compares and contrasts two epistemological approaches to the analysis of self-report data in the health sciences. I consider these approaches within the context of my own research that relies on data derived from in-depth qualitative interviews on gay men’s health.

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Comparative Program on Health and Society Lupina Foundation Working Papers Series 2004–2005

January 1, 2006

This discussion paper compares and contrasts two epistemological approaches to the analysis of self-report data in the health sciences.

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The Multilateral Agenda: Moving Trade Negotiations Forward

November 25, 2005

The goal of this briefing is to provide a general overview of the current negotiations of the World Trade Organization and some suggestions for moving them forward.

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The Jerusalem Old City Initiative Discussion Document: New Directions for Deliberation and Dialogue

November 25, 2005

After more than a century, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict continues to have profound and frightening consequences. The wounds of violence and injustice are deep. The occupation challenges the collective dignity of Palestinians and creates a humanitarian tragedy. Israelis suffer from widespread terror attacks that create massive insecurity and reinforce a firm belief that tough security measures are a sine qua non for survival, and that a Jewish state will never truly be accepted in the Middle East.

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The Multilateral Agenda: Moving Trade Negotiations Forward

November 6, 2005

I will begin with a brief overview of the legacy of the Uruguay Round, the major determinant of the ambience of the global trading system.

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Bound to Follow? US Foreign Policy, International Reactions, and the New Complexities of Sovereignty

September 30, 2005

A few years ago, it seemed that the world within and beyond the university was becoming more open, a place where our students, future leaders, would naturally develop deep knowledge of people not necessarily like themselves. 9-11 triggered an understandable if regrettable movement in the opposite direction. The pendulum seems now to be swinging back, but the evidence at this point is decidedly mixed. Fear and trauma do strange things to the mind, and the collective mind of the United States — and of its key allies — is perhaps only now beginning to recover.

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Munk Centre Monitor Winter/Spring 2005

May 13, 2005

THE MUNK CENTRE MONITOR VIEW FROM THE DIRECTOR 1 COVER STORY Vladimir Putin’s Quest for a Strong Russia BY PETER H. SOLOMON JR. 1 CENTRE EVENTS Roméo Dallaire on “The New World Disorder” 3 Allan Gotlieb on Canada-US Relations 4...

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Munk Centre Monitor Spring 2005

May 13, 2005

THE MUNK CENTRE MONITOR VIEW FROM THE DIRECTOR 1 COVER STORY A Summit of Pride and Influence? Canada and the Gleneagles G8 BY JOHN KIRTON 1 CENTRE EVENTS The Gelber Prize is awarded to Steve Coll 2 Wolfensohn Issues a...

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Munk Centre Monitor Fall 2004

November 13, 2004

THE MUNK CENTRE MONITOR VIEW FROM THE DIRECTOR  1 COVER STORY Middle East: The Match that can Ignite the World  1 BY JANICE GROSS STEIN CENTRE EVENTS From Sips to Gulps?  3 The Great Lakes Water Controversy Sharing Values  3...

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