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As Russia sees the USA [24 Oct 2012|09:31pm]

ershowg

I want to talk about the United States from the point of view of Russia.
I want to tell you about Russia as it really is.
I'm not going to lie about Russia. Any Russian will tell as I am.
U.S. looks as aggressive and as a fascist state.
The Americans and the British brought to power in the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev.
Today Russian know that Mikhail Gorbachev a traitor Russia. For what he destroyed the Soviet Union, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
After the collapse of the Soviet Union Americans hired Yeltsin.
Russian President Boris Yeltsin continued destruction of Russia.
Russian people demanded a national leader and a miracle happened.
President Putin is a wonderful gift from President Yeltsin.
Putin is not dependent on the U.S. and leads the Russian policy in the interests of the Russian people.
In Russia, the president is not a puppet, but a real head.
Putin's bloody regime is a myth. This myth invented Western forces.
This is cheap propaganda. In the West, people believe in this myth. Our neighbors to the east in this myth do not believe. 
Terrorist attack September 11, 2001 was coined by the U.S. Congress. He was made with remote controlled airliners.
Due to the terrorist attacks of September 11, the U.S. came up with the myth of global terrorism. Under the guise of global terrorism the U.S. expand their influence in the East.
Indeed, Europe, Russia and the East, are aware of these crimes the U.S.. Such methods are supported monopoly dollar.
Central banks in most countries are totally dependent on the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Most of the world can not trade in their money. Foreign trade only through the dollar.
But still want to trade through its currency.
If someone decides to do so, the country is attacked by the U.S. Army.
Any country that is independent of the U.S. and Britain, Americans consider totalitarian.
Today, Russia is a strong country. We got stronger after the devastation of the nineties.
Russian government wants to restore the Soviet Union, but in another form.
Russia will have many allies in Europe and the East.
Russia is included in alliances BRICS, SCO and the Eurasian Union. Eurasian Union is an analogue of the Soviet Union.
These alliances have one goal. The purpose of this is to destroy the U.S. dollar as the monopoly.
This fall BRICS began to make external transactions through their own money. BRICS today refused dollars.
For the U.S., this means the beginning of the end.
World domination is based on the U.S. dollar. Printing dollars instead of real work. Very soon, this will not do.
When the dollar collapses, the U.S. could start a civil war.
Individual U.S. states will divide the property. Special services of Russia, Germany, China and other countries, will warm the U.S. population.
So we try to divide the United States. Our share is Alaska. Easy way to get just as easily and take away.
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Call For Papers [08 Nov 2006|12:17pm]

indar_chandra
Cornwallis XII Call for Papers
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[19 Jun 2006|04:09pm]

crmsn_vxn
[ mood | productive ]

Does someone have (or know where I could get) a comprehensive ranking list of public policy schools? I don't really want to pay to get one.

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[15 Mar 2006|03:40am]

mabellongetti
Hello all. I'm currently finishing up my second semester at Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy in New York. I absolutely love the program and would love to assist anyone considering the Master of Science in Urban Policy Analysis and Management with information. I don't want to go into too much detail here; I know the community says its set up to post any info about public policy programs, but I feel like I'm plugging The New School. However, I'd be perfectly willing to give more information should anyone desire it.
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Law and Public Policy [01 Aug 2005|05:08pm]
illndividuality
Ok, I have become really interested in the thought of pursuing a joint degree in Law and Public Policy due to my summer internship on Capitol Hill. I want to know if anyone in this community are pursuing a joint degree in law and public policy, and could give me information on it? or if anyone know of the advantages or benefits of doing both law and public policy? what are some career paths that are the best?

I still don't know what I really want to do as a career. All I know if that I want to be able to travel, work on foreign and domestic policy and have some influence in politics.
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A possible career change...science policy [11 Jun 2005|04:22pm]

karmarae
Hi Everyone,
My name is Karma and I'm a Ph.D. candidate at U.C. Berkeley in Physical Chemistry. I'm still pretty early in the grad school process (with about 3 years before getting my Ph.D.), but I'm quickly becoming disillusioned with science research. I'm certain that I can't devote my life to doing this research...it seems completely pointless to me on so many levels (I am a spectroscopist who studies ultrafast reaction dynamics in solution).

I've been looking into changing careers to a science policy program...I'm looking into focusing on water quality/public health issues in developing countries or renewable energy research, but I am leaning towards the water quality stuff. From the research I've done, it seems possible to change fields from science to a more applied science policy career post-Ph.D. by doing an appropriate post-doc. But all of these ideas are very new to me and this fall I am going to begin taking some public policy and economics courses @ The Goldman Public Policy School here at Berkeley (although I can only swing one per semester because of TAing and such).

So I just wanted to introduce myself and give you my story. I'd love to get a better feel for the field and meet some people that might be able to teach me some stuff...hopefully I can contribute to all this new stuff too.
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Hi [07 May 2005|05:13pm]

lolacat
Just a quick intro. I'm a 24 year old, married graduate student in American Studies. I've recently had a series of epiphanies that are drawing me towards a career in social policy/service, instead of the usual path of academia. I'm training this summer to be a doula, and am really interested in health, sexuality, and cultural issues relating to women and families.

- Lauren
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Department Rankings [25 Apr 2005|08:14pm]
illndividuality
The Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management has an online Guide to Public Policy Education and Organizations that provides information on academic public policy programs.

U.S. News & World Report Rankings of
Master's Programs in Public Affairs (2004).

Includes M.P.A. (Master of Public Affairs or Master of Public Administration), M.P.P. (Master of Public Policy), and M.P.M. (Master of Public Management) degrees.

Rankings "are based on two broad types of data-expert opinion about program quality and statistical indicators that describe the strength of a school's faculty, its research, and the performance of students both as they enter and leave."

1. University of California - Berkeley
2. Harvard University
3. University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
4. Carnegie Mellon University
5. Duke University
6. Syracuse University
7. University of Chicago
8. Princeton University
9. University of Texas - Austin
10. Georgetown University




U.S. News & World Report Rankings of
Master's Programs in Non-Profit Management (2004).

Rankings "are based on two broad types of data-expert opinion about program quality and statistical indicators that describe the strength of a school's faculty, its research, and the performance of students both as they enter and leave."

1. Indiana University - Bloomington
2. Syracuse University
3. Harvard University
4. University of Georgia

5. Indiana University-Purdue University–Indianapolis
6. University of Minnesota–Twin Cities
7. University of Southern California
8. Johns Hopkins University
9. New York University
10. Seton Hall University

I got this from here.
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Welcome [25 Apr 2005|02:40pm]
illndividuality
Welcome to the Public Policy community! So are you interested in majoring in public policy? Looking for public policy graduate programs? Want to learn more about careers in public policy? An undergrad student majoring in public policy? A graduate student in public policy? Want to learn more about public policy? Well, if you answered "yes" to anyone of these questions than you are in the right place so join now!
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