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James Dobbins @Jim_Dobbins
Feb 27, 2007
International Herald Tribune
Published commentary by RAND staff: My Enemy's Enemy, in International Herald Tribune.
F. Stephen Larrabee, Suat Kiniklioglu
Feb 23, 2007
United Press International
Published commentary by RAND staff: America's Turkey Problem, in United Press International.
John F. Pane @JohnFPane
Feb 21, 2007
Published commentary by RAND staff: When Students Disappear..., in Education Week.
Deborah A. Cohen
Published commentary by RAND staff: A Desired Epidemic: Obesity and the Food Industry, in Washingtonpost.com.
Feb 11, 2007
Published commentary by RAND staff: Iraq's Jobs-for-Peace Mirage', in Project Syndicate--an association that distributes commentaries to 291 newspapers in 115 countries.
Brian Gill, Jolley Christman
Published commentary by RAND staff: Straight Talk About a Report on Achievement at City Schools, in the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Andrew R. Hoehn, David A. Shlapak
Feb 1, 2007
Published commentary by RAND staff: America's Long Wars, in United Press International.
William H. Overholt
Policy and Markets Magazine
Published commentary by RAND staff: CWhich Economy Will Run Into Trouble First: The US or China?, in Policy and Markets Magazine.