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  • Walters-Salas is quick to pick up the phone to call decision-makers, whether it's the medical director at an insurance company or a corporate executive, to persuade them to cover the surgery.

    News

  • quotes writer-director Armando Iannucci calling the decision-makers "wangpots."

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  • The United States now runs the risk, so familiar to historians of the rise and fall of Great Powers, of what might be called “imperial overstretch”: that is to say, decision-makers in Washington must face the awkward and enduring fact that the total of the United States’s global interests and obligations is nowadays far too large for the country to be able to defend them all simultaneously.

    Interpretations of American History

  • The United States now runs the risk, so familiar to historians of the rise and fall of Great Powers, of what might be called “imperial overstretch”: that is to say, decision-makers in Washington must face the awkward and enduring fact that the total of the United States’s global interests and obligations is nowadays far too large for the country to be able to defend them all simultaneously.

    Interpretations of American History

  • The ongoing World Economic Forum -- the annual gathering of global decision-makers and business leaders -- is the place to discuss big ideas for economic development.

    Lori Pottinger: Grand Illusions for African Energy in Davos

  • I think we need to apply land taxation in the context of the political economy of our country and history of our states and local bodies as political decision-makers have to buy in the land taxation argument.

    Scott Baker: Will India Lead the Way in Urban Land Tax Reform? A Mission Director from the Indian Ministry of Housing Provides Some Answers

  • The United States faces novel and difficult national security challenges, but too few intellectuals and political decision-makers have served in the military, personally know someone who has, or have studied the history of war.

    Our Elite Schools Have Abandoned Military History

  • And when politician/lobbyists like Bayh promote policies that would lead to hardship, injury, and death, their relationship with decision-makers and journalists brings to mind Herman's descriptions of weapons lab employees who "derive support from interactions with others in the mutual effort while complicity is obscured by the routineness of the work, interdependence, and distance from the results."

    Richard (RJ) Eskow: Weiner vs. Bayh: Which One's A Bigger Scandal?

  • The ongoing World Economic Forum -- the annual gathering of global decision-makers and business leaders -- is the place to discuss big ideas for economic development.

    Lori Pottinger: Grand Illusions for African Energy in Davos

  • The ongoing World Economic Forum -- the annual gathering of global decision-makers and business leaders -- is the place to discuss big ideas for economic development.

    Lori Pottinger: Grand Illusions for African Energy in Davos

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