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Policy Pathways Ignites Enthusiasm for International Affairs in High School and Early College Students

Policy Pathways Ignites Enthusiasm for International Affairs in High School and Early College Students

A number of high school students, particularly those from historically marginalized communities, are not introduced to how nations formulate public and foreign policies until they are in college or graduate…

Nepal’s Democratic Experiment and Struggles with Corruption

Nepal’s Democratic Experiment and Struggles with Corruption

Corruption, in the form of fraudulent, dishonest or illegal actions of public officials for private gain, has historically challenged governance.…

The National Unraveling—Or Just a New Normal?

The National Unraveling—Or Just a New Normal?

While I so enjoyed the 20th century in America, I look forward to the changes of today and tomorrow...…

Profile: Brion Oaks

Profile: Brion Oaks

Our charge is to bring leadership and guidance around racial equity and question how we disrupt the systems that have not traditionally served or met the needs of our communities…

Healthy Workplace? Weed Out Toxic Leaders

Healthy Workplace? Weed Out Toxic Leaders

...if toxic leadership is not weeded out when it is found, it can overtake the culture and destroy it forever, choking out that which made the organization bloom.…

Sitting In Judgment

Sitting In Judgment

What prevents the Supreme Court of the United States, comprised of different justices than those who now serve in our present or an earlier time decades ago, from concluding that…

Co-Relative Areas of Public Management: Democracy, Public Service and Recruiting

Co-Relative Areas of Public Management: Democracy, Public Service and Recruiting

Democracy must be practiced and as they say practice makes perfect.…

Energy Solutions: Informing Energy Policy Through Public Opinion in Japan

Energy Solutions: Informing Energy Policy Through Public Opinion in Japan

At the state or regional level Deliberative Polling could be used for annual budgeting to better understand resident’s priorities and values, and to inform the public...…

Is the Bureaucracy a Passive Institutional Actor Under the Presidential Influence?

Is the Bureaucracy a Passive Institutional Actor Under the Presidential Influence?

When bureaucratic organizations are dissatisfied with Presidents’ bureaucratic controls, they may defy presidents’ state administration by neglecting their duties or leaving bureaucratic organizations.…

Using Public Administration-related Popular Culture OER Content To Engage Learners

Using Public Administration-related Popular Culture OER Content To Engage Learners

The use of film as a pedagogical tool in teaching public administration concepts and ideas cannot be underestimated...…

The Burden of Voter Suppression on Election Administrators

The Burden of Voter Suppression on Election Administrators

Election administrators must figure out ways to leverage technologies and implement processes and procedures that streamline administrative duties..…

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