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Winning the Peace: The Role of Women in Post-Conflict Iraq

Jul 22, 2003
In this cover story from the summer issue of Centerpoint, Iraqi women and international policymakers convene at the Wilson Center for a two-day conference to discuss the strategic role women can and should play in post-conflict Iraq. This conference was sponsored by the Center's Conflict Prevention and Middle East Projects and the organization Women Waging Peace.

Golf in China: Economic Boom but Environmental Bust?

Jul 21, 2003
With increased interest in the game, the number of golf courses in China is destined to climb and with such growth comes serious environmental implications. According to Timothy Hildebrandt, managing editor of the Center's China Environment Series, there are real opportunities for China to limit degradation---but the push for an environmentally sustainable golf industry must be made now while courses are still in development.

CWIHP in the News: "Files Show a Stubborn North Korea"

Jul 16, 2003
CWHIP was featured in a July 10 Christian Science Monitor article on the effectiveness of past foreign aid in achieving leverage on North Korea.

PECS NEWS

Jul 14, 2003
The Spring 2003 issue of ECSP's newletter includes articles by Eckhard Kleinau and Jennifer Talbot on integrated indicators for population-environment programs and Anthony Kolb on population dynamics in the environmentally disastrous Aral Sea region.

CWIHP Partners with High School Teachers, Cold War Scholars and GWU in Summer Institute to Develop Educational Website

Jul 14, 2003
CWIHP partners with high school teachers, GWU and Cold War experts to develop a multimedia educational web site.

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Four Decades of Classic Essays

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Essays by Mario Varga Llosa, Andrew J. Bacevich, Jean Bethke Elshtain, and others.

Dialogue

The Future of Higher Education

Mar 26, 2014Apr 02, 2014

Jeff Abernathy and Richard Morrill discuss how colleges and universities are dealing with rapidly rising costs and how the United States can still compete for students in a globalized environment.