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The Use of Social Network Applications in the Japanese Earthquake and Tsunami Response Efforts

The Use of Social Network Applications in the Japanese Earthquake and Tsunami Response Efforts


The March/April print and online editions of PA TIMES featured several articles on the aftermath of the devastating earthquake and subsequent tsunami in Japan. Contact Christine McCrehin, [email protected],…

Part 2: The End of a Tyrant and the Continuation of Democratic Revolutions in the Middle East

Part 2: The End of a Tyrant and the Continuation of Democratic Revolutions in the Middle East


Alexander Dawoody

Today, however, the United States is involved with the world community in enforcing the United Nations Security Council’s No-fly-Zone over Libya. This is the right move.…

Good to Know…Week of March 27, 2011

Links to articles from several sources keeping you informed about reports and trends on all topics and areas of expertise in public administration.

Japan: Early Observations on Heroism, Authority, Emergency Response and Global Governance

Japan: Early Observations on Heroism, Authority, Emergency Response and Global Governance


The March/April print and online editions of PA TIMES featured several articles on the aftermath of the devastating earthquake and subsequent tsunami in Japan. Contact Christine McCrehin, [email protected],…

The End of a Tyrant and the Continuation of Democratic Revolutions in the Middle East

The End of a Tyrant and the Continuation of Democratic Revolutions in the Middle East


Alexander Dawoody

Finally, the lying terrorist dictator of Libya is about to be deposed. After terrorizing his country and the world for 42 years, Moammar Qaddafi’s days in…

Good to Know…Week of March 21, 2011

Links to articles from several sources keeping you informed about reports and trends on all topics and areas of expertise in public administration.

Energy and Excitement Surround ASPA Conference Kick-off

Energy and Excitement Surround ASPA Conference Kick-off


Christine McCrehin

The energy was palpable as I attended ASPA's annual conference this past Saturday and Sunday in Baltimore, MD, at the Renaissance Harborplace Hotel.

Work at the Interface, Governments in Service to Indigenous People


Joe Sarcone

Each week throughout the first year of my work with the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) I selected one word to reflect on.…

Good to Know…Week of March 14, 2011

Links to articles from several sources keeping you informed about reports and trends on all topics and areas of expertise in public administration.

Air Pollution Kills 15,000 Bangladeshis Each Year

Air Pollution Kills 15,000 Bangladeshis Each Year


Shakeel Ahmed Ibne Mahmood

The Problem
Air pollution kills 15,000 Bangladeshi each year, according to a World Bank report.

A Unique Time in Public Finance: Not for Hunkering Down


Bill Barnes

Michael Pagano says that we are in a “unique time in the history of public finance,” a time when leaders and citizens can and should broach fundamental…

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